Newton-by-the-sea offers two different village experiences in one. High Newton, half a mile inland is a small hamlet with a great pub and restaurant. And down the road at the beach is secluded Low Newton with its open ended square of whitewashed cottages set around a green overlooking the sweeping bay, with the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance.
An 18th century fishing village, Low Newton is now home to one of Northumberland’s finest microbreweries at the Ship Inn, which serves food and ice-cream. It has a glorious sandy beach so vast it never feels crowded and is great for rock pooling. The area around Low Newton is renowned for its good bird watching, in particular the nature reserve overlooking Newton Pool. Two well constructed bird hides are provided, including one with disabled access.
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