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St Oswald’s Way stretches from Holy Island in the north and follows the beautiful Northumberland coastline before heading inland across glorious countryside
to Heavenfield and Hadrian’s Wall in the south.

The 97 mile walk covers some of the most stunning landscapes in the county and explores the area’s fascinating history. The route links some of the places associated with St. Oswald, the King of Northumbria in the early 7th century, who played a major part in bringing Christianity to his people.
Seahouses Hostel provides comfortable, spacious accommodation and a very warm welcome – and is ideally located for walkers, providing the perfect spot to rest!

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