Shopping at Lindisfarne Castle
The shop for Lindisfarne Castle is located in the village on Holy Island. It stocks a wide range of gifts, homeware, outdoor equipment and food, plus a selection of plants and garden gifts.
Inside the shop
You'll find the National Trust shop on Marygate in Holy Island village. It’s stocked with a wide range of products to suit all ages and tastes.
Choose from a selection of local books, outdoor wear and equipment, greeting cards, and Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle souvenirs.
We have a fantastic range of sustainable local products that have been sourced from all over Northumberland. These include prints from Emily Ward Art and beautiful handmade glass angels which are made in Seahouses by Sara Taylor.
The back garden
The back garden has a large selection of plants and garden gear to buy, along with surplus plants and vegetables from the Gertrude Jekyll Garden at Lindisfarne Castle.
We stock a varied range of perennial plants that will ensure your garden flowers year after year, and in the summer, you will find some of the annual flowers that grow in the Gertrude Jekyll Garden.
For the gardener in your life, we have an excellent range of decorative and practical garden items which make great gifts to take home.
Thank you for your support
Every purchase you make in the shop will support our vital conservation work at Lindisfarne Castle and the other special places we look after – so, thank you.
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Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop.
Pick up a book from a second-hand bookshop to keep or share. Every purchase will raise funds for conservation projects at the places in our care.
From the Kitchen and cosy Dining Room to the views from the Upper Battery, explore inside Lindisfarne Castle to imagine how residents lived in centuries past.
From Gertrude Jekyll's Garden to fascinating boat sheds and lime kilns offering a window into Holy Island's industrial past, there's plenty to explore around Lindisfarne Castle.
Your dog is welcome to join you on the many walking routes on Holy Island and the land around Lindisfarne Castle, a one pawprint rated place. Find out what to be aware of and the facilities available.
Tuck into some tasty local fare at cafés and restaurants in places across the North East, from takeaway coffee to a hearty lunch, or bring a picnic and enjoy the fresh spring air outside.