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Budle Bay Campsite is 2.5 miles east off the A1 along the B1342. From the South travel along the A1, passing Alnwick and 10 miles further North as you approach the first turning to Belford take a right turn onto the B1342. Continue along this road for 1.5 miles and you will clearly see the site on your right just before the village of Waren Mill. From the North go through Berwick upon Tweed and 15 miles further on at the 3rd mention of Belford, take a left turn onto the B1342. We are along this road. We can also be reached by following the Coastal Route and turning left just after the village of Waren Mill. We are 120m on the left.
Bamburgh,2 miles away has a stunning Castle which sits 45 meters above sea level on a rocky plateau and visit the stunning Grace Darling Musuem. Seahouses,5 miles away has a famous smokery and is the gateway to the Farne Island boat trips
At the landward end of Budle Bay in an area of outstanding natural beauty and within the Lindisfarne Nature Reserve renowned for the incredible variety of migratory and indigenous birds and other wildlife found on its shores, is one of the top three bird watching sites in the country
To the South of Budle Bay lies Alnwick.You can visit Alnwick Castle,famous as "Hogwarts" in the Harry Potter films also famous for its gardens. To the North is Lindisfarne Island with its causeway, Castle and historic Abbey. Further North still lies Berwick upon Tweed North lies the walled town of Berwick on Tweed with its pleasent town and historical
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