Advanced search

Tell me about Northumberland

(12 Posts)
RiverTam Thu 14-Feb-19 16:39:04

we stayed inland up near Bamburgh. It was lovely!!

Georgiemcgeorgeface Thu 14-Feb-19 16:34:18

Thanks all Beadnell looks fab. Well they all do! Just to find a cottage now!

myrtleWilson Thu 14-Feb-19 13:43:44

Definitely visit the beach at Low Newton and go to the Ship Inn - its great (or rather it was the last time I visited - admittedly a couple of years ago...)

FeedMeBooks Thu 14-Feb-19 13:39:12

Another vote for Beadnell. The beach there is a sheltered bay and many of the cottages have sea views. I would say all were within walking distance of the beach. We used

bellinisurge Thu 14-Feb-19 13:17:48

Craster. Dunstanborough Castle.

Hoppinggreen Thu 14-Feb-19 13:11:08

Love Craster but no phone signal and limits WiFi upset The Teen!
Bamburgh and Holy Island are lovely too

Biancadelrioisback Thu 14-Feb-19 13:08:01

Agree with @northumberlandlass
I'm also from Northumberland and we love going out for walks at the weekends

Northumberlandlass Thu 14-Feb-19 13:01:05

Craster / Low Newton / Alnmouth?

I always say on Northumberland threads that the county is so much more than the coast and the popular part of the coast is relatively small. There really is so much to see & do within an easy drive to the coast smile

Creatureofthenight Thu 14-Feb-19 12:55:26

The beaches at Bamburgh are gorgeous!

Biancadelrioisback Thu 14-Feb-19 12:55:03

Amble is nice

BlueChampagne Thu 14-Feb-19 12:54:20


Georgiemcgeorgeface Wed 13-Feb-19 20:36:43

We've been to Seahouses before and loved it. Fancy a weeks break over summer in a cottage as close to a beach as possible. Hit me with suggestions place wise please. I'd like some local amenities but also a less busy area! Thank you

Join the discussion

Registering is free, quick, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Get started »