Low Newton by the Sea Beach

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Low Newton by the Sea Beach

Low Newton by the Sea Beach
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Jo&Rick
Rotherham, UK87 contributions
We visit this beach most times we holiday in this area. Parking has gone up in price but you can walk all the way round the beach towards dunstanburgh castle or just have a picnic as it’s fairly quiet. No facilities as such although there is a pub nearby
Written July 29, 2022
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gourmetflaneur
York, UK1,064 contributions
Low Newton at the north end of Embleton bay has its own sheltered area: sheltered by its own cove like space and by the higher land on the northern flank of the cove. The sand is soft and clean and the water is relatively fresh form rocks but it is an area for the mooring fo a few small leisure craft. Behind the beach the lovely square of ex-fishermen's cottages are neatly lined up (mostly NT holiday lets now) around the very excellent Ship Inn. There are public toilets at the back of the square of cottages but parking is farther afield at Upper Newton or (with a walk of a t least a mile) at the Embleton Gold club area.
Written September 28, 2021
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Terry H
Kirkby on Bain, UK68 contributions
A fantastic "hidden" beach which is owned by the National Trust (as is most of the village) Great space to exercise dogs - ours loved it and there are no restrictions. The car park is just up a small hill from the beach on the left hand side. There are two disabled parking bays by the beach at the bottom of the hill. There is no public on-road parking after the car park. The village sure, by the beach as a pub which served food by we did not try it. Parking costs £3 for the day and national trust members are not exempt from the charge,
Written February 24, 2020
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barrelmakercooper
Bedlington, UK226 contributions
Couples
Lovely place which was once a fishing village. It has a nice(very popular) pub. There is no public parking but there is a pay and display car park before entering and then a steep walk down to the village and access to the lovely golden beach. Apart from the pub this place is free from any commercial activity. So just enjoy the view and walks.
Written March 7, 2020
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ALTHEKITESURFER
UK122 contributions
Friends
I understand pubs have had it tough on lockdown but £7.50 for a dry pie served outside. ITS GREED! A pie in a cardboard box 📦. Sorry that’s just not on and if the menu was clearer I wouldn’t have purchased the food.
Written August 30, 2020
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Carol B
Birmingham, UK5,777 contributions
Thursday 26 August 2021, my husband and I went to visit the coastal village of Low Newton By The Sea, which is owned by The National Trust and is notable for the diversity of birds that can be observed in the area.

We spent time walking along the beach, which was very bracing and very refreshing. This is a lovely place to come if you want a bracing walk, or just walk at any time of the year.
Written October 4, 2021
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Allan1958
Budapest, Hungary19 contributions
Couples
The Ship Inn is a tremendous pub where you will get a warm welcome and enjoy some first class food and drink.
They have set themselves up brilliantly to cope with current restrictions (best seen) which makes you feel safe but takes nothing away from the atmosphere. Well worth a visit.
Written October 11, 2020
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jon jack r
Standlake, UK22 contributions
Park in High Newton, or on the roadside and save charges. The beach is sandy and exquisite and you can walk along the coast path for miles with wonderful views.

The little village square is gorgeous, though there's nothing really to tell you anything about it. The Ship Inn does food (we didn't try) and great local ales. For food you take pot luck at lunch but have to book days in advance for evening.

Definitely worth a detour. .
Written July 11, 2022
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pamelao536
Llandudno, UK113 contributions
Couples
This was a lovely place for an early walk. Parked up easily, toilets available. Accidentally discovered a nature/bird reserve which was lovely. The hides were locked due to Covid which was a shame but managed to peep through the fence at reservoir.
No snacks or drinks available until 11am.
Written September 10, 2020
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Karen H
Doncaster17 contributions
Family
A beautiful little place with a golden sandy beach and quaint little green served by the Ship pub.
Be warned small car park which fills quickly so park on the verge and have a little walk if it’s full. Well worth a visit. Oh and the toilets are sadly lacking otherwise it would be 5 star!
Written August 10, 2020
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