The Way of the Sea

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Lindisfarne

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Highlights

  1. Spanish City

    Completed in 1910, ‘The Dome’ became a hub of activity and interest. Work has been…

  2. Warkworth Castle

    Towering 12th century fortress with striking ruins and mystery-shrouded hermitage gracing…

  3. Fisherman's Watch House

    Fisherman's Watch House

    The Watch House was designed by Frank West Rich. A pre-existing clock tower was…

  1. RNLI Cullercoats Lifeboat Station

    Located in the beautiful horseshoe-shaped Cullercoats Bay, Cullercoats Lifeboat Station…

  2. Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

    Forty miles of the country’s most sublime coastline, protected as a pristine package of…

  3. Woodhorn, Museum and Northumberland Archives

    For a taste of Northumberland's history and mining heritage try a visit to Woodhorn -…

  4. Hadrian's Wall

    The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall is the perfect day out. Explore its…

  5. Roman Vindolanda Fort & Museum

    Roman Vindolanda Fort & Museum

    The Vindolanda site today contains a modern world class museum using the latest…

  6. St Mary's Lighthouse

    Lighthouse, bird-watching hide and visitor centre are all open to the public. Permanent…

  7. Seaton Delaval Hall

    Seaton Delaval Hall is a spectacular National Trust property set in the North East; a…

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What's Nearby

  1. Warkworth Castle

    Towering 12th century fortress with striking ruins and mystery-shrouded hermitage gracing…

    0.09 miles away
  2. Warkworth Castle & Hermitage

    The magnificent keep of Warkworth above the River Coquet, dominates one of the largest,…

    0.11 miles away
  1. Warkworth Beach

    Warkworth Beach

    Warkworth Beach. 

    0.78 miles away
  2. Amble Harbour & Marina

    The beautiful harbourside area of the Northumberland coast. 

    1.17 miles away
  3. Coquet Yacht Club

    A friendly club in a friendly port!   The club provides a busy sailing calendar and some…

    1.17 miles away
  4. Coquet Island

    Coquet Island is a Royal Society for the Protection of Birds  managed nature reserve. It…

    1.28 miles away
  5. The Ferryman's Hut

    The Ferryman's Hut

    The hut is a mini-museum with photographs of the ferrymen, various images of old Alnmouth…

    2.9 miles away
  6. Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre

    The Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre is one of the best wildlife-watching spots in the…

    3.03 miles away
  7. St Cuthberts Cross

    Said to be where St Cuthbert agreed to become Bishop of Lindisfarne. 

    3.04 miles away
  8. Druridge Bay Country Park

    The bay is a stunning, with seven miles of sand running from Amble to Cresswell and is a…

    3.87 miles away
  9. Druridge Links

    Many special wild flowers and animals can be found at Druridge Links,  set in 99 acres of…

    3.87 miles away
  10. Cresswell Pond Nature Reserve

    Brackish lagoon, reed beds and hide for bird-watching. Great numbers of roosting waders…

    7.54 miles away
  11. Cresswell Beach

    Boasting one of the best sandy beaches on the Northumberland coast.  The beach at…

    7.99 miles away
  12. Cresswell Tower

    Cresswell Tower

    Built by the Cresswell family in the 15th century and one of approx 175 Pele towers in…

    8.02 miles away
  13. Woodhorn, Museum and Northumberland Archives

    For a taste of Northumberland's history and mining heritage try a visit to Woodhorn -…

    11.11 miles away
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