Saints and Stones: St. Cuthbert's Cave
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St. Cuthbert’s Cave is an overhanging outcrop of Sandstone rock, supported by an isolated pillar of stone. It is reputed that the monks of Lindisfarne brought St.Cuthbert’s body to this place in 875v A.D. following Viking raids on Holy Island.

About St. Cuthbert's Cave

Wikipedia: St. Cuthbert's Cave-Holburn
St. Cuthbert's Way
St. Cuthbert's Way: Wooler to Lindisfarne
The Modern Antiquarian: St. Cuthbert's Cave
New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Cuthbert
Wikipedia: Cuthbert

Journey to St. Cuthbert's Cave

St. Cuthbert's Cave is situated in the Kyloe Hills near Holburn, between Belford and Lowick, in Northumberland, England.

Ordnance Survey Map (NU059352)

Visitors Information

Visitors information on St. Cuthbert's Cave may be found on a .pdf ("Walks in North Northumberland") at the Northumberland County Council website. General tourist information may be found at the Visit Northumberland website.

Additional Photos of St. Cuthbert's Cave

Road Sign for St. Cuthbert's Cave
Path to St. Cuthbert's Cave
Information Signs Before St. Cuthbert's Cave
Path to St. Cuthbert's Cave Through Woods
St. Cuthbert's Cave
Inside St. Cuthbert's Cave
Looking Out from St. Cuthbert's Cave
Leaving St. Cuthbert's Cave

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