Is this the best coastal walk in the North of England?
Although most photographed from the west approach from Holy Island village, Lindisfarne Castle is beautiful from all angles, and one of the reasons that this route is so satisfying is that it allows walkers to appreciate it from all sides. Not only will those who venture here be able to admire this 16th-century building: they may also glimpse puffins, dolphins, curlews and oystercatchers as they look out to sea.
Nick Lewis, house steward at Lindisfarne Castle, said that the castle appears “lazily stretched out on its rocky ledge, almost like one of the hundreds of grey seals on the beaches opposite.”
He added: “As you progress further around the castle, the stark grey walls of the fort give…