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Message posted by nicolamill3 on 02/7/2006 at 4:22pm
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We are looking for a campsite in Nortumberland, within walking distance of the coast.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thank you.

Nicola.

Thanks to everyone who posted a response. Campsite now booked. Thank you.



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Message posted by Northumbrian on 02/7/2006 at 6:39pm
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WAREN MILL, BAMBURGH? (caps!) umm theres about three in hte same area. or theres golden sands or cresswell towers in Cresswell? HTH?

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this gem of a beach is called low newton  (newton by the sea ) just came back from a few days at dunstan hill you can walk to the beach from there but a bit of a walk proctor steads, beadnel c&cc club site but no euh the nearest one i seen to the beach i think would be beadnel links.the photo of the beach i found by chance just been nosy finding out where a road went to its a dead end at the bottom with a pub cum restaraunt but a sparkling beach only the pub and restraunt to spent your money on



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Message posted by Tim and Cary on 02/7/2006 at 7:29pm
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Hi Nichola

Do you want just the coast or a beach too?

We stayed at Proctor Steads just after the Whit BHol.  It is about a mile from Craster fer from where there is a lovely walk along the coast to the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle.  There a number of reviews of PSteads, possibly including ours

There are a number of other good sites but all a little back from the beach - mant with reviews in the campsite section of this website. There are not really many sites right on the beach cos of the volcanic sill which runs along the coast thereabouts and blocks out seaviews.  We love to be able to have a pitch with a seaview.  The coastline is really beautiful when you get to it.

As Bryfert has posted above the beaches at Newton are beautiful, clean white sand with very people about, even at busy times.  Just follow the signs to Newton and the "Joiners Arms" - you can turn right or left at that pub to get to lovely beaches. The left hand one has carparking.

What is your outfit? Beadnell Bay Caravan and Camping Club Site is quite near to the beach at Beadnell Bay but it does not take caravans only tents and motorhomes.

The coast, also, tends to be a bit windy if the weather is so inclined.

Have a lovely time

Regards

Tim

 



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Message posted by fatlad on 02/7/2006 at 9:18pm
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Hi Nicola,

           Depends what you want from the area. Do you want peace and quiet and remoteness or do you want somewhere that has a lot of amenities nearby ?

If you are after the latter, you could try the local authority site in South Shields Sandhaven Caravan Park  -- There is a lot going on at the moment with the Summer Festival starting. 


Message posted by mistleuk on 03/7/2006 at 9:06am
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Hiya just got back from northumberland after a week camping near seahouses, the beadnell site is just across the road from teh beech but it is windy and it has no eclectric hookup if you wanted that, we stayed  at a new site about a mile out of seahouses with uninterupted views out to sea and to bamburgh castle and ofcourse the farne islands, i think you could walk to the beach  i'd say just under a mile across farm land anywhy the site is called springhill farm and heres th wed addyhttp://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/sites/details.asp?revid=5974 we love the coast and we where happy with the site and are planning to go back next year

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there is a lovely site called Yellowcraig but it is a bit further up, another 30+ miles over the border into Scotland, it is a caravan club site right alongside a beautiful beach and within walking distance to lovely village. 

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Dunstan Hill is only 5 minutes away from Embleton beach which is lovely. It's a C&CC site and takes all units.

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