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#1 of 3 things to do in Embleton
Tucked away behind a golf course and with a view of Dunstanburgh castle this is an unspoilt and well kept secret perfect for dogs and the grandkids loved paddling in the sea.
... or pebbles unless nearer the dunstanburgh castle great for dog walking bird watching and nesting birds in the dunes you can walk to craster passing Dunstanburgh castle a good spot for a picnic well worth a visit

Low Newton by the Sea Beach

Newton by the Sea 1.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Newton by the Sea
You can either park in the car park at the top of the hill, or you can park at craster and walk passed Dunstanburgh castle (which is a beautiful and gentle walk) both will lead you to this lovely place and a beaut...
Take a stroll from dunstan burgh castle to Newton by the sea,grab a coffee or hot chocolate at the golf club along the way.Great exercise great location great fun for all the family.lovely
#2 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Whether it’s wandering along the cliff top paths; or serenely strolling along the endless miles of unspoiled beaches; or calmly walking or cycling along the coastal path this is a magnificent gem of scenery, natur...
Top sights - Holy Island, Farne Islands, Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Garden & Castle, Chilligham wild cattle, Cragside, Hadrians Wall, Craster Kippers, Dunstanburgh Castle, Alnmouth etc..
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Howick Hall Gardens

Alnwick, UK 7.5 mi away
#7 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
We visit this beautiful place several times a year, usually first in February to enjoy the snowdrop walks followed by March/April to enjoy the amazing display of daffodils planted throughout the woodland, gardens...
One of our favourite stopping off places when we walk from Craster and back again along the coast The new sensory garden is restful and playful and we enjoyed taking our friends for tea and scones in the Hall.

Barter Books

Alnwick, UK 6.4 mi away
#33 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
Wow! Amazing place to spend a few hours browsing incredible books and having a delicious lunch in the unique and cozy waiting rooms of this converted Victorian train station... the miniature trains running around...
Some many books so little time - amazing collection of books - lovely cafe - you can spend hours browsing but will always come home with something- lovely biscuits available in gift boxes.

Villages in Time

Seahouses, UK 6.0 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Last year on holiday we did the guided walk of Bamburgh with Mick and found it really good so this year when we were back on holiday we booked for the Seahouses guided walk .Mick is a lovely person and very knowle...
... and points of interest ,the walk lasted about 2hrs .We broke for a delightful lunch at The Bamburgh Castle Hotel where Mick kindly arranged to pick us back up and take us to our second walk at Bamburgh itself ...

Beadnell Bay Beach

Beadnell, UK 3.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Beadnell
What a wonderful coastline this is,the beach at Beadnell is fabulous, backed by sand dunes it is great for walking the dogs long expanse of sand,great beach safe for children to play .Large FREE car park which has...
Great beach you can walk for miles past Low Newton to Craster just have to leave the beach and walk through the dunes past the area where the terns are nesting, so nice to have found a part of the country that is...

Dunstanburgh Castle

Craster 1.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Craster
Owned by the NT and maintained by EH it's a magnificent ruin on the "cliffs" overlooking Craster and Embleton Wonderful to walk to as the "cliff" tops are full of sheep and cattle grazing though the much of the he...
A one mile or so walk from Craster along the cliff top, past sheep and cows and overlooking the rocks and the sea, lies Dunstanburgh Castle, the most beautifully romantic ruins surrounded by wild flowers, livestoc...

Swallow Fish

Seahouses, UK 6.0 mi away
#5 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Very helpful staff in this well-stocked shop (fresh fish, smoked fish and a wide selection as frozen).
Fantastic work keeping the Northumbrian tradition of “real” smoking alive.

Alnmouth Beach

Alnmouth 7.4 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Alnmouth
A truly beautiful beach with a long sandy coastline, excellent for a beautiful walk whatever the weather, backed by sand dunes and a golf course running through the side of it, you can walk for miles here and some...
Absolutely gorgeous beach perfect for a gentle stroll (or a more energetic walk with a dog!) Flat golden sands with parking right next to it (which costs £1.50 for the day and is cash only).

Preston Tower

Chathill, UK 3.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Chathill
The tower has good interpretation boards explaining the history of the tower and there are great views from the top.
The tower itself is full of interesting information and the views from the top are beautiful on a clear day!

Doxford Hall Hotel Spa

Alnwick, UK 3.0 mi away
#33 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
The gardens and walks, including maze, are lovely and well kept, and ideal for taking the pooches for their early and late walks.Thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful stay.
... you walk into this hotel you will sense the wonderful ambience, the smell of an open fire, the bright airy entrance to what you will find to be the beginning of an unforgettable stay in a beautiful hotel and Spa.

Preston Tower

Chathill, UK 0.1 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Chathill
... interested to find out more it is dog friendly (keep on lead) and a very interesting attraction with walks through the grounds, the clock tower is an experience with outstanding views, honesty box in operation.
The views are a reward for reaching the top, notes and interesting information at various points inside.

Billy Shiel's Boat Trips

Seahouses, UK 5.8 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
... seal cruise and saw amongst others, seals, puffins and guillemots at very close hand plus were able to take in the stunning scenery and learn more about Grace Darling's lighthouse and the chapel on Inner Farne.
Good opportunity to see seals and the bird life (including puffins,razorbill,guillemots,shags, 3types of terns cormorants, gannets) The ships captain was very knowledgeable concerning the wildlife and history (inc...