A beautiful river side to wander on a summer day watching the wildlife and river activity (a great place to paddle board!). The historic hermitage, accessed via boat is another fantastic adventure to immerse yourself in history!
Not as well-known as some of its more popular rivals but well worth the visit. This huge white sand beach is magnificent! It might become your new favourite!
When you need a pit stop after all that history and walking, make sure you head to Morwick Dairy for some local ice cream.
Spend the afternoon wandering around the shops, art galleries and cafes.
2. Visit Seahouses
Naturally we are bias when it comes to Seahouses, it’s the home of four of our cottages. However, there’s a reason it tops a lot of visitors lists of places to visit.
Fish and chips
With a number of take aways to choose from, this traditional British favourite won’t disappoint in Seahouses. Take your pick from Lewis’, Hook and Neptunes.
Visit the harbour
A working harbour and a hive of activity with boats in and out. Known as the gateway to the Farne Islands with local companies bursting with knowledge and ready to take you to explore the local bird life. You might even get to see the life boat launch on its training sessions, or on a real-life launch!
A fantastic beach option for everyone, especially your four legged pals. Walking distance from the centre of Seahouses and if your legs will take you, walk all the way to Bamburgh for a magnificent view of Bamburgh Castle.
3. Go castle spotting.
With more castles than any other English county why not get your pen and paper out and tick them off your list. You don’t need to book entry tickets to admire the beauty of these awe inspiring buildings.
Enjoy productions of David Walliam’s Bad Dad and Wind in the Willows. Head over to their website for booking information.
8. Walk the Cheviots
If you’re a keen walker and like to get away from all the hustle and bustle of the coastal villages for the day, you can really enjoy the wild rugged countryside by stepping into the hills of the Cheviots. Guided or unguided there are a number of options and routes.