Can you camp on Beadnell beach?

Can you camp on Beadnell beach?

1 – Beadnell Bay Campsite The site is beautifully located with views of the Cheviot Hills and Beadnell Bay which is less than 5 minutes walk from the campsite. What is this? The site is fairly small and quiet with just 150 pitches and has a play area for children. Pitches are available from £6.60 per person per night.

Can you walk from Beadnell to Seahouses?

This popular walk runs between this two lovely villages in the Northumberland Coast AONB. It’s about a 3 mile coastal trail so 6 miles there and back. The route takes place on a fairly flat section of the St Oswald’s Way long distance trail.

Where is Beadnell Bay?

North Northumberland
It is part of the North Northumberland Heritage Coast and is within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Beadnell is a perfect destination for a bracing coastal walk at any time of year. To the south, visitors can walk along the sand dunes behind the beach to the village of Low Newton.

Can you wild camp on Bamburgh beach?

Wild camping is technically not allowed – unless you have the permission of the land owner. However many people still do it, particularly when visiting the Northumberland National Park.

How long is Beadnell Bay?

Beadnell Bay, has a sandy beach stretching 2 miles to the south, This glorious golden sand, curves around the bay forming a natural harbour.

Are dogs allowed on Beadnell beach?

Beadnell. Any restrictions? Dogs are welcome all year round, although seasonal restrictions apply during bird breeding season when dogs must be kept on a lead. Parking: There is a public car park just before you get to the beach.

Is beadnell worth visiting?

The bay is beautiful in all weathers and the overall coastline is just breathtaking. There are water sports available right from the bay and it looks like so much fun.

Is beadnell a nice place to live?

Water sports are popular in this area of Northumberland and of course all the castles whet the appetite of those history buffs. Beadnell in Northumberland is a lovely setting for all sorts of holidays and our self-catering cottages in Beadnell can offer the perfect base to return to.

Where can I camp for free in Northumberland?


  • Free camping in Gilsland. Try Gilsland, near Haltwhistle, where there is a Roman fort enclosed in a farm.
  • Free camping in Haltwhistle.
  • Free camping near Holy Island / Lindisfarne.
  • Free camping in Alnmouth.
  • Free camping in Scremerston.

Can you wild camp in Northumberland National Park?

How long is Beadnell beach?

2 miles
Beadnell Bay, has a sandy beach stretching 2 miles to the south, This glorious golden sand, curves around the bay forming a natural harbour.

Is Seahouses beach dog-Friendly?

#4 Seahouses Beach Seahouses beach lies in the middle of Bamburgh Castle and Beadnell, with the town having excellent amenities for both tourists and the locals. With dogs allowed on both parts of the beaches all year round, making it a great space for your dog to let off its energy.