Attractions in Bamburgh in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... attempt to rescue them. Grace was an accomplished oarswoman, often rowing her mother from the Lighthouse to shore on visits to her sister in Bamburgh, she was not going to allow her father to attempt a rescue in such horrendous conditions by himself and she insisted on going with him. William and Grace lowered the lighthouse coble, a short, flat-bottomed boat, into the sea and began to row the mile to Harcar Rock across the stormy waters; the violent tide and strong winds pushed the stout little boat off course many times, making the journey twice as long. O... more
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by - written on 18/03/02, updated on 02/08/03 (Very useful, 396 readings)
The small village of Bamburgh lies on the Northumberland coast and boasts reputedly one of the finest beaches in England with its vast expanse of white sands, which at low tide stretch down to Seahouses and Budle Bay and a few miles up the coast is a bird-watchers paradise with many unusual and interesting species of waders. Most tourists to the village will make their way to Bamburgh Castle, which dominates the village and towers over the sea, the Castle was built using magnificent red sand stone and is indeed an impressive sight, however there is more to Bamburgh than the Castle and beautiful sand dunes. Near the village green in a small cottage you find a ... Read the complete review
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