Holy Island


Holy Island takes its name from the tidal island just off the Northumberland Coast. With a rich and far-reaching history going back as far as 6th century AD, it has played an important role in Christianity in Northumberland and now hosts a small castle, which was built in 1550. A popular place to visit and highly recommended.

This beautiful, sunny room is located on the first floor, with a south-facing bay window. This room also includes a Super King Size Bed for a peaceful night’s sleep.

Room Features

  • Drench shower
  • Fluffy towels
  • Fine English linen
  • Hypnos bed
  • Deliciously scented toiletries from Penhaligon’s
  • Plasma screen TV
  • Complimentary water
  • Super-fast wi-fi
  • Tea/coffee making facilities from Pumphreys of Northumberland
  • Complimentary Cookie Jar of Grandma Cooks house cookies

Book a room at The Cookie Jar and experience a little bit of unexpected cookie-ness.