National Trust Northumberland Walk

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National Trust Northumberland Walk
Traverse the coast of Embleton Bay overlooked by Dunstanburgh Castle and take in not just the beautiful sights but some of the best seafood in the country!

National Trust Northumberland Walk is a coastal walk that encompasses villages, coastline, meadows and castle ruins! The car park at Craster has a shop as well as toilet facilities, the whole area is very family friendly. The meadow walk along the coast up the Dunstanburgh Castle is the perfect place for families to let the children go wild.

Meander around to the left of the castle ruins and this little path with take you to a vast expansive beach which is simply stunning.
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Low Newton green provides a great place for a picnic and a pint. After this head back to Craster through the beautiful Northumberland countryside and woodlands.

Carpark: Low Newton car park, 1 Coastguard Cottages, Alnwick NE66 3EH