Walk a few steps from our Club Site at Beadnell Bay and you are among the sand dunes of the North Northumberland Heritage Coast. In the other direction you will find idyllic countryside - a forgotten paradise.
Coast and Castles and National Cycle Routes pass the Club Site.
Walkers will enjoy exploring the surrounding Cheviot Hills.
The local sand dunes are a haven for birdlife, even in winter.
Much of the lovely Northumberland Heritage Coast is designated both a Heritage Coast and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bamburgh's Grace Darling Museum commemorates the 22-year-old who rescued many sailors in 1838.
The medieval Alnwick Castle makes a good day out. It has provided the backdrop for many films and TV series, including Elizabeth, Blackadder and the Harry Potter movies.
The Grand Cascade is the largest water feature of its kind in the UK. The Cascade is in Alnwick Garden.
Visit some of Northumberland's many castles and fortified buildings - known as bastles and peletowers. These include Kielder, Bamburgh, and Chillingham.
Bamburgh Castle has stunning views over the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The island itself is only accessible at low tide.
Beadnell and Seahouses harbours are famous for watersports, attracting divers, anglers, windsurfers and canoeists. The Club Site has a shower for those in wetsuits.
Take a boat from Seahouses to the Farne Islands, home to around 55,000 pairs of nesting puffins.
Visit the Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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