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This is a beautiful beach in any weather, it it was cold, blustery and showery when we visited! The sand is soft, sugar like and backed with large grass covered dunes. Where else do you get a beach with an imposing castle as a backdrop?...More
This is a great beach that starts at Seahouses and ends at Bamburgh. There are 3 miles of long walk but worthy. At the end of the walk coming from Seahouses you will reach Bamburgh Castle. I did not have the time to check the...More
Love this beach in all weathers. Fantastic views of the castle and church - and also the Farne Islands and Longstone Lighthouse to the other side. Dogs allowed on beach. The Arriva X18 bus stops just down the road.
St Aiden beach really is a beautiful place. It has a special aura about it with Bamburgh Castle in the backdrop. This beach is perfect for anyone. It is a gem of a place. Wonderful white sand and plenty of space for everyone. If you...More
Instantly recognisable with the outline of the castle, this is one of England’s most beautiful beaches. Seemingly endless views, soft, talc like sand and the over sized rubic cubes, where better to have a walk?
We love walking along the beach that stretches from Seahouses to Bambrurgh, it's a fantastic beach thats very popular with families and dog walkers alike, very clean with fantastic views towards the Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle, with some great rock pools to explore as...More
We went early October and was so very lucky with the weather - we paid £2 to park at the castle car park. There are places you can park for free but we wanted to go over the dunes to the beach below. The staff...More
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You would struggle unless the pram has large wheels You have to go through the dunes a short distance and the sand is very light and soft.You could though carry the pram with someone front and back as the paths are narrow... More
You would struggle unless the pram has large wheels You have to go through the dunes a short distance and the sand is very light and soft.You could though carry the pram with someone front and back as the paths are narrow. It's not too far and not steep.Only the sand is soft. If you want easy accessible large beech for a pram, Filey is better or Sandsend (near Whitby) not such a large beech there but a separate paddling area for small kids.
Yes you can take your dog on this beach anytime of the year. Northumberland appears to be a very dog friendly county. We were there in June and along with many others we walked our two dogs every morning. Dogs loved it.