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Hulne Park

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Holy Island, Alnwick Castle & The Kingdom of Northumbria from Edinburgh
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Holy Island, Alnwick Castle & The Kingdom of Northumbria from Edinburgh

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Discover parts of the Scottish countryside that most first-time visitors miss during a day trip that takes you to Holy Island, Alnwick Castle, and Northumberland. Letting someone drive means that you’ll skip the stress of car hire and avoid having to navigation, which leaves you free to soak up the scenery.
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Paul m wrote a review Nov 2020
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Love it!!! but hate tourists treating it like a toilet and rubbish bin they should hang there heads in shame, I feel sorry for the owners and staff who have to deal with public not respecting a gift like this place
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jo c wrote a review Oct 2020
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Gorgeous walk but on our way out we were approached by a bald guy who really thought it was ok to stand there and try to give us grief my children were very scared as it was starting to get dark he was very intimidating complete jobs worth pathetic little man he said it was because it shuts at sunset I mean what time is sunset the sun was just going down very much off putting especially when the views etc is so lovely and then to walk out with a horrid little man standing there, unprofessional manner with dealing with public!!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Abigail5 wrote a review Oct 2020
York, United Kingdom213 contributions110 helpful votes
We enjoyed a lovely walk however there were lots of traps set up around the river to kill moles. Only mole I’ve ever seen and it was dead in a trap. One of them was out on the grass and it was such a sad sight. I would rather enjoy nature and wildlife in a place that respects and values it.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Seamus wrote a review Oct 2020
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Earlier today I approached the entrance to Hulne Park in my car,as it was raining heavily, to read the signage. A little angry looking bald man came out of the Gate house, he was clenching his fists and had the bearing of a right wing football hooligan.Anyway we parked in an appropriate place and thought nothing of it, there are alot of people like that..The trees and river were wonderful and we had a pleasant walk. On coming toward the gate to leave, I popped into the bushes to have a quick pee, despite the heavy rain. On coming out I was greeted by the angry bald man, who became threatening,clenching his fists and was verbally abusive, agressively saying we were all the same,he took my registration number and shouted telling me to never come back. This man is not fit to hold a position where he comes in contact with the public.His owners should keep him on a lead or they will eventually find themselves in legal trouble.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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GKTravellers wrote a review Sep 2020
Harrogate, United Kingdom1,088 contributions352 helpful votes
We parked for free on the road leading up to the main gate and entered the park as it opened at 11am. Of the three alternative colour coded paths we chose the red one measuring 4.7miles. This circular walk took us on gravel road paths down to the river and below Hulne Priory. We entered the Priory through the closed gate and spent 10 minutes viewing the ruins and some interesting statues.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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