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“This is a large medieval church with a number of interesting features, but most prominent is the grave of Grace Darling in the churchyard, and the original memorial from the grave now kept inside.”
“This is a famous church which has the resting place of Grace Darling in its grave yard.I think it is a 12 century church named after the apostle St Aiden.It is a nice church with good architecture lovely stain win...”
“Walked along the beach to the castle so glad we did it's well worth a visit brilliant to look round and see all the amazing rooms, coffee shop was great as were the views, guides were very knowledgeable loved it”
“Spent the day here which we thoroughly enjoyed, the views are fantastic from the castle, and the grounds are lovley and welcoming , very interesting and full of history and an education to a brilliant day out and...”
“A one mile or so walk from Craster along the cliff top, past sheep and cows and overlooking the rocks and the sea, lies Dunstanburgh Castle, the most beautifully romantic ruins surrounded by wild flowers, livestoc...”
“The welcome by the English Heritage site manager (Andrew) was lovely and he provided us with the history of the castle and details of the nesting seabirds plus local knowledge and other wonderful Northumbria place...”