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Pilgrims Coffee

Not a lot happens on Lindisfarne/Holy Island which is one of the many great things about this place. Situated across a causeway, inaccessible at high tide, Lindisfarne is a haven for bird watchers and tourists keen to see the beautiful castle and priory.

Dining and drinking options on the island are limited to the two pubs, one hotel and odd cafe open during the day. However, on our last visit we found a new contender that wouldn’t be out of place on an upmarket high street.

Pilgrims Coffee Shop

Situated at the top of the main road, Pilgrims Coffee is a relatively new coffee house dedicated to grinding and serving their own blend of fresh coffee. The small café serves a selection of freshly ground coffees and home made snacks for breakfast and lunch. In the summer months they also open for fresh pizza nights which sound fun.

Free Wifi at Pligrims CoffeeOn Sunny days you can sit in the wonderful old courtyard, surrounding by chirping birds who hop from the trees to the tables and back, with charm and cheekiness.

Inside there are a couple of leather armchairs to relax by the fire, or you can head upstairs to find tables and chairs.

The food here is fresh, the hospitality is warm and the coffee delicious. Chuck in free wifi and you have a wonderful place to chill out or warm up depending on the weather!

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I am Jay, the founder of Wine, Travel and Song. UK based, I set this blog up in 2016 to share my passion for food & drink, travel and music - Wine, Travel & Song. In these posts I share some of my passions in the hope that it may inspire you to go there, eat that or listen to this. In return I hope you will comment and share recommendations of where to go, what to eat and what to listen to!