Whether you seek adventure, beauty, history, or culture & friendly faces,
Holy Island has it all…
Just a stone’s throw off the coast of Northumberland lies The Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Famed for its breathtaking natural beauty, enchanting history & rich, spiritual heritage the island has drawn pilgrims & visitors across the centuries. Hearts beat to the rhythm of the tides here & our unique island heritage is echoed in the lives we live today.
The Manor House Hotel is located at the heart of the island, adjacent to the priory and with magnificent views of the castle and harbour.
We invite you to experience Holy Island with us.
Our historic sites & attractions, our beaches & wildlife & our delicious local specialities.
At the Manor House Hotel we have a range of single, double, family and four poster rooms to suit your needs, all boasting some of the best views on Holy Island.
Stay in one of our 10 cozy well-designed rooms that takes you away from the urban hustle and provides you with the comfort and peace for a relaxing stay. Each room offers a high standard with all the essential amenities including;
- Flat screen TV
- Free toiletries
- En-suite bathroom
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Seating Area
The Island Bar
Relax in comfort with spectacular scenery in our Island Bar, or enjoy the outdoors in our beer garden with a drink from our premium selection of spirits and draught, or treat yourself to a cocktail or two.
Skim over the sands and causeway to Holy Island and prepare to enter another world.
Visitors travel from far and wide to visit our beautiful Holy Island. Fortunately, there are many ways to get here that are easily accessible by public transport and car. The island is separated from the mainland by The Causeway. It gets covered by water from the North Sea for two periods each day.
The safe crossing times are published a year in advance. Note, these are guideline times and can change subject to harsh weather conditions such as strong winds. We recommend you follow these times and leave the island with time to spare (about 30 minutes). When there is water on the road, you should not cross.