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#1 of 6 things to do in Belford
... we had a meal there on our last night and it was excellent , well cooked and presented and so tasty, the pub is dog friendly and the locals are lovely ,the two doges that live there alfie and dillon were so fr...
Tuesdays they have a mix of various musicians doing their thing which is fun, Wednesdays is quiz night which is very good, the supper the participants get is a very nice gesture and lovely.
#2 of 6 things to do in Belford
Amazing treatments from Emma, Lauren & Sophie, would definitely recommend the goody goodies facial and work it out massage! Afternoon tea was in the viewing room and was delicious and then spent the afternoon usin...
... home......she has magic fingers and massaged all my troubles away...... Seriously though.....it really is relaxing pamper heaven......and the afternoon tea is from the apple inn....so that too was delicious.....

Bamburgh Beach

Bamburgh 4.5 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
This is a wonderful beach doggie paradise you can walk for miles their is a great view of the castle from the beach the sand is perfect for children to play we go on the beach with our dog twice a day when on holi...
The walk to bamburgh along the beach is stunning, you can see holy island, bamburgh castle and the carne islands as well as the seabirds, sounds of the sea and lovely sandy beach.
#2 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
From great beaches and walks, great pubs, plenty of villages and towns to explore, the historical aspects with castles and splendid architecture, it really is a perfect place to explore whatever you enjoy
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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St Aiden Beach

Bamburgh 4.6 mi away
#3 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
We love walking along the beach that stretches from Seahouses to Bambrurgh, it's a fantastic beach thats very popular with families and dog walkers alike, very clean with fantastic views towards the Farne Islands...
... that's 3mile of beach.Dog friendly and proper sand dunes.Finally the best bit- the view, Spectacular!!! Bamburgh castle on one side and the Carne Islands on the other with Holy Island in the distance.A must visit
#1 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Great trip with Serenity - very comfortable boat most helpful crew good information helpful and polite See the Farne Islands with Serenity and to be sure book in advance!
There are various tours available ranging from a 2 hour trip around the Farne Islands to a landing tour on the Inner Farne or a trip to the Staple Island for bird watchers .The landing fee is free for NT members b...

Ross Back Sands Beach

Bamburgh 3.4 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
Yet another beautiful strip of Northumberland coastline which is well worth the effort to get there The walk to the beach is interesting and if you are lucky you might catch sight of local hares and birds of prey...
Once again another great Northumberland beach.We took a very windy Sunday afternoon walk along it, with our 2 dogs, they loved it.The day was gorgeous but a times it was like being in a sand storm, but it all adde...

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh 4.1 mi away
#6 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
Walked along the beach to the castle so glad we did it's well worth a visit brilliant to look round and see all the amazing rooms, coffee shop was great as were the views, guides were very knowledgeable loved it
... you a thoroughly interesting insight into its rich History.....Of Particular note are the Amazing State rooms and the Great Hall.....very impressive....They are in Great company as you access the courtyard en ...
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Farne Islands

Northumberland, UK 6.9 mi away
#8 of 283 things to do in Northumberland
Took a boat trip from Seahouses Harbour to visit the Farne Islands The staff at the kiosk were very friendly and helpful and made sure we caught the right boat as there are various ones doing different trips aroun...
... cruising around the rocky islands seeing the sea birds and then being able to walk around the Inner Farne observing the birds, particularly puffins and turns, at close quarters during their breeding season.
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Andy Howeys Birds of Prey Centre

Berwick upon Tweed 7.5 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed
Brilliant afternoon out, friendly little place, fantastic displays, very informative, and excellent for letting kids get hands on with all the animals, my son had Bob the Trantula on his head, and I faced my fears...
We have visited a few times Brilliant hands on experience for all ages Very knowledgeable staff,they certainly know their creatures Watching the birds of prey being flown is fantastic My 2 year old grandson had th...

Billy Shiel's Boat Trips

Seahouses 6.8 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Excellent value boat trip round the farne islands and wildlife saw lots of birds and seals all along with knowlegeable commentary from the skipper with a stop off at the national Trust bird sanctuary.
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...

Villages in Time

Seahouses 6.9 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
In the morning we toured the village, focusing on the church of St. Aidan - what a history it has - as well as the village and area outside the castle.
And now I do too!! Writing this review to thank Mick for a very interesting couple of hours in Bamburgh.

Chillingham Castle

Alnwick 5.8 mi away
#11 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
The visit was a most unexpected find; the restoration works area great testament to the current owner, who has also had the great delight to fill the various rooms with all types of memorabilia!
The gardens and grounds are fabulous too, the formal gardens being just that with magnificent trees and the grounds beyond are natural woodland, very tranquil and pleasant.

Grace Darling Museum

Bamburgh 4.4 mi away
#4 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
... after our visit to the Farne islands earlier in the week, they loved the interactive lighthouse and seeing the boat that’s Grace and her father used to rescue nine people, they could dress up as RNLI volunteers.
The museum is free, with any donations going to the RNLI, and is packed with information and artifacts about local lighthouse keeper's daughter Grace Darling and her part in the hair-raising rescue of survivors fr...

Budle Bay

Waren Mill 2.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Waren Mill
Getting up in the morning and having this incredible private beach to walk the dogs on, the dogs thought they had died and gone to doggy heaven.
Wonderful place for bird watching, quiet and lovely walks.