Stay in luxury accommodation on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Belvue Guesthouse offers self catering studios with hotel quality amenities, from rainfall showers to fluffy towels. Ideal for those looking for the peace and tranquility that engulf this island when the tide covers the causeway and the only noise left is that of the seals lulling you to sleep.
What makes a stay at Belvue Guesthouse Holy Island unique?
The rooms at Belvue Guesthouse were designed first and foremost with guest tranquility in mind. There are no intrusive hosts or the feeling that you are in someone's house. The kitchenettes in the studios provide the ability to eat breakfast on your terms, and you can come and go as you please. The outside front seating area is a peaceful sun trap for lazy afternoons, enjoying the smug feeling that when all other visitors to Holy Island have to leave, you can stay. The friendly hosts are available for advice and useful Island tips if you need them, and can point out walks to areas of the island not frequented by most visitors. And there's free parking for all guests.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Belvue Guesthouse Holy Island?
Each self catering room at Belvue guesthouse has been designed individually with its own theme, to an exacting standard. The self catering studio rooms have kitchenettes with fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee/tea-making facilities with artisan coffee, cutlery and crockery. They also contain a breakfast table, and the 'to die for' rainfall shower with great water pressure. All rooms have luxury toiletries, fluffy towels, underfloor heating in bathrooms, smart TVs, fast wifi, and quick hassle-free checkout.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Holy Island area?
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne in Northumberland is connected to the mainland via a causeway that closes twice a day when the North Sea tide comes in and makes the road impassable. During low tide, the Island is popular with visitors, but they all have to leave before the tide returns, which leaves overnight visitors with a tranquility second to none, and the eerie silence that is shared only by the lucky ones who stayed. Go for walks along the stunning island beaches (this is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), watching the playful seals and the migrating birds. Visit Lindisfarne Castle and priory, and stop for a drink in one of the Island's cafes and pubs. You can read more in this article about things to do on Holy Island.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are several cafes and pubs on Holy Island, all within walking distance from Belvue Guesthouse. The pubs on the Island serve exceptionally good fare. For more information see food options on Holy Island.
Belvue Guesthouse launched as a new quality accommodation provider on Holy Island in 2019 and has already established a devoted following by customers who were impressed by the high standards and luxury provided at such a stunning location. Early booking is advisable, especially for the high season (April to September), when the guesthouse already sells out.