With the wild scenery that spans the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the near-deserted beaches that can be found mile after mile, our coastline is a great place to enjoy the rugged charm of the county. The sea is never far away, whether it’s the marina at nearby Amble, a trip to Seahouses and the famous Farne Islands or a gentle stroll down to one of the best beaches in Britain.
Just down the river from Warkworth, Fishing Northumberland’s rivers provide superb game and coarse fishing. Salmon and sea trout are found in many rivers in nearby River Coquet, regarded as a fishery of national importance. Warkworth Beach is an award-winning beach located 20 minutes by foot from the village centre, however visitors can drive and there is a car park alongside the picnic area. A large expanse of golden sand backed by an extensive dune system, it really is a must-see when visiting the area and perfect for a morning walk after breakfast or an evening stroll before dinner.
Imagine the sun beaming down on you as you seel the sand beneath your feet. The light refreshing sea breeze in your hair, as you stroll down one of Northumberland’s many magnificent beaches. Sounds amazing doesn’t it?
The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the Northumberland coast. As well as being the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals.
Whether your interests are in fishing, racing, cruising or sailing or you simply wish to relax after a day’s sailing, you will find there is something for everyone at Amble Marina.
Bamburgh has one of the finest beaches on the Northumberland Coast, an award-winning beach with a vast expanse of spectacular golden sands.
The award winning beach is a twenty minute walk from the hotel, however it is easily accesible by car with a car park alongside the picnic area.
The bay is a stunning seven mile stretch of sand running from Amble to Cresswell and is a popular place to ride, cycle walk, paddle and surf.