The Farne Islands offer a truly fascinating experience. Home to numbers of breeding seabirds, including puffins and grey seal pupping grounds.
Lying off the coast of north Northumberland, the Farne Islands offer a truly fascinating experience. Not only the home to numbers of breeding seabirds, including puffins, but also the pupping grounds to second largest colony of grey seals in England.
The islands are steeped in history too with stories of St. Cuthbert, who spent over 10 years living as a hermit on Inner Farne, and local heroine Grace Darling, who helped rescue survivors from the shipwrecked Forfarshire in 1838.
Seahouses Hostel is located in the pretty coastal village of Seahouses and within walking distance of the harbour and boat trips galore! We provide comfortable, bright and spacious accommodation within close proximity to the beach, local amenities, restaurants and charming pubs oozing character!
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