Large traditional detached farmhouse situated on Holy Island. A holiday home with a difference - there is something ethereal about being "stranded" on an island. The tide cuts the island off twice a day, and when the tide recedes revealing the causeway, you can drive on and off the island and explore more of the County.
So when you are on the island you'll find quite a bit to do. The Priory, the small independent shops, the Lindisfarne Mead distillery, two pubs which both serve food, two cafes, a post office store, there are many walks around and across the island, and the area is a mecca for wildlife lovers, photographers and dark skies enthusiasts. Note the castle is currently closed for major renovations and is due to re-open April 2018, but stands proud at the end of the Castle Walk overlooking the sound between the island and the mainland at Ross Sands.
St. Coombs Farmhouse is traditionally stone built and it has been a working farm and residential house until the present owners purchased it at the end of 2016.