Northumberland Cottage


To get there, take the A1 from Alnwick, north as far as the B6347, off to the right, through Falloden and Christon Bank, and east to the coast. You can't park in the village as it is too small, but there is a National Trust Car park a few minutes walk away.

Low Newton village and much of the surrounding stretch of beach is almost entirely owned by the National Trust. This small, 18th century fishing village is in the shape of an "open square" with cream-washed cottages set around a green and looking out to sea across the beach of Newton Haven. The Ship Inn is the popular local pub, serving delicious food and cask ales, ice lollies and Sunday papers! Many walkers enjoy eating and drinking outside on the village green, where children enjoy ball games, a stone's throw from the beach. A great start or finish to a walk to Dunstanburgh castle.


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