Accommodation

Where should I stay?

There are plenty of accommodation options on the Northumberland Coast but please remember that not all places will take single-night stays. During the summer months, the coast is very popular with tourists so be sure to book your accommodation well in advance.

We have listed Welcome Port accommodation businesses that are part of our Passport scheme here.

If you can’t find what you are looking for here there are two other ways to easily find accommodation:

Via www.visitnorthumberland.com

Berwick Tourist Information Centre offer a book-a-bed-ahead scheme for the path, you can call them on +44 01670 622 155

Rather than staying at a different place each night, there is an option to stay in one or two locations along the route and using the bus services to travel to and from your start and end points each day. If you decide on a single location, we would recommend Alnwick or Alnmouth as they are both well served by buses heading north and south along the coast. Warkworth and Longhoughton would also work.

Camping

Wild camping is not allowed in England, so please do not pitch your tent unless you have sought the permission of the landowner.

There are no official campsites on or near the trail south of Craster (there is a campsite at Warkworth but it is three miles off-route). You should consider this before deciding to camp.

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    Harbour Guest House

    Bed & Breakfast
    Amble

    The Harbour Guest House and Tearoom has 6 letting rooms all en suite. Situated on Amble Harbour, 3 minutes to town centre.

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    • Visit Britain three starsVisit Britain three stars

    Price

    from£30.00B&B per person per night
  2. The Links Hotel in Seahouses

    The Links Hotel

    Hotel
    Seahouses

    We are a 2 star AA rated hotel, situated in the beautiful village of Seahouses on the Northumbrian Coast, offering en suite accommodation with a public lounge bar and restaurant.  Our aim is to make your stay as comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable as possible.

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    • AA two starsAA two stars

    Price

    from£36.00B&B per person per night
  3. Sebastia at The Joiners Arms

    The Joiners Arms

    Inn
    Newton-by-the-Sea

    The Joiners Arms, Gastro Pub and Luxury Inn; a haven for lovers of great country food, drinks and merriment.

    Price

    from£140.00B&B per room per night
  4. Springhill Farm Caravans

    Springhill Farm Camping, Caravan & Wigwams

    Caravan & Camping
    Seahouses

    Arguably Northumberland’s most scenic site. With great views across rolling countryside towards the sea and Farne Islands and with Bamburgh Castle to the north and the Cheviot Hills to the west, Springhill’s camping/caravan site and wigwams

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    • Visit Britain four starsVisit Britain four stars

    Price

    from£14.00pitch per caravan per night
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    The Lindisfarne Inn

    Inn
    Holy Island

    The nearest mainland inn to Holy Island, North East England Tourism Pub of the Year Silver Winner 2016 The Lindisfarne Inn is open all day, every day for food, drinks and accommodation. 

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    • AA three starsAA three stars

    Price

    from£70.95B&B per room per night
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    Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel

    Hotel
    Alnwick

    High standards and excellent facilities with the added warmth of a family-run hotel. Two fine restaurants. Close to beach.

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    • AA two starsAA two stars

    Price

    from£48.50B&B per person per night
  7. St Cuthbert's House, Seahouses

    St Cuthbert's House

    Bed & Breakfast
    Seahouses

    Awarded 'England's Best B&B 2014' by VisitEngland - and also Bronze & Silver medals at their national Awards in 2015 & 2016 too. Your hosts Jeff & Jill offer you beautiful Guest Accommodation in this historic former chapel building, on the spectacular Northumberland coast. Beautiful, elegant restoration, offering six very high-quality ensuite bedrooms in stunning, peaceful surroundings.

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    • Visit Britain five starsVisit Britain five stars

    Price

    from£110.00B&B per room per night
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    Alannah House

    Bed & Breakfast
    Berwick-upon-Tweed
    Georgian townhouse with walled garden. Close to all amenities and in town-centre location. Residential parking available.

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    • Visit Britain four starsVisit Britain four stars

    Price

    from£40.00B&B per person per night
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    Fenham Farm Bed & Breakfast

    Bed & Breakfast
    Beal

    Quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation on a beautiful coastal spot overlooking Holy Island in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 7 warm and comfortable en-suite rooms which are independent of the farmhouse and have individual front doors.

    New lounge with beautiful view of Holy Island.

    The farm is an ideal base for walking, cycling, and exploring the local area.

    Breakfasts are served in the Granary with plenty of fresh options and cooked breakfasts made to order using local produce. Enjoy homemade jams, local honey and Northumbrian bacon and sausages with delicious free range eggs.

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    Price

    from£85.00B&B per room per night
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    Pot-a-Doodle Do Wigwam Village

    Caravan & Camping
    Berwick-upon-Tweed

    We have 27 wooden wigwams and 3 canvas yurts in Berwick Upon Tweed. Close to beaches and Holy Island.

    Price

    from£18.50per person room only
  11. The Old Post Office at Warkworth

    Warkworth Old Post Office Bed, Breakfast and Bistro

    Accommodation
    Warkworth

    The Old Post Office at Warkworth offers affordable accommodation all year round with super comfy beds, gorgeous home cooked breakfasts and evening meals in our bistro on Friday and Saturday nights. An ideal base to explore beautiful Northumberland and just down the hill from the castle, a variety of eateries and little shops to browse in.

     

    Price

    from£75.00B&B per room per night
  12. The Hogs Head Inn

    The Hogs Head Inn

    Inn
    Alnwick

    Welcome to the award-winning Hog’s Head Inn at Alnwick. Inside, you'll find a contemporary, friendly inn serving homemade food all day, every day from breakfasts and lunches to light bites and evening meals. 

    With 53 en suite rooms, The Hog's Head Inn is the perfect place to stay in Alnwick for business or pleasure. 

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    • AA three starsAA three stars

    Price

    from£74.95B&B per room per night
  13. Waren Caravan & Camping Park

    Meadowhead's Waren Caravan and Camping Park

    Caravan & Camping
    Bamburgh

    Waren Caravan & Camping Park is a 4 star self-contained touring park with fully serviced modern Rose Award winning holiday homes, fantastic Wigwams and a touring pitch.

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    • Visit Britain four starsVisit Britain four stars

    Price

    from£11.00pitch per tent per night
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    Bamburgh Castle Inn

    Inn
    Seahouses

    North East Tourism Pub of the Year 2015 in arguably the best seaside location on the Northumberland coast. Open all day, every day for home cooked food, drinks and accommodation. New for 2017: Walk Inn Breaks including key meals, accommodation, self guided walking pack, welcome drink and packed lunch. 

     

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    • AA three starsAA three stars

    Price

    from£75.00B&B per room per night
  15. Springhill Farm Holiday Accommodation

    Springhill Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages

    Self Catering
    Seahouses

    Secluded accommodation nestled on the Northumberland coastline between Seahouses and Bamburgh.

    AONB Award for Excellence Winners.

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    Price

    from£140.00per unit per week
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    The Craster Arms

    Inn
    Beadnell

    Set in the heart of the sleepy fishing village of beadnell The Craster Arms welcomes regulars and visitors to drink and dine with us inside our bar and al fresco in our glorious beer garden.

    serving a wealth of local produce all day including seahouses caught crab sandwiches and giant north sea beer battered cod.

    A designated dog friendly area can be found inside

    our 3 well appointed ensuite rooms provide a great location to stay and explore the area after a hearty northumbrian breakfast served by the fire from 8:30am

    Price

    from£80.00B&B per room per night
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    Alnmouth Golf Club

    Bed & Breakfast
    Alnmouth
    Situated on the magnificent Northumberland Coast, in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Foxton Hall provides the perfect base to tour the delights of Northumberland.

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    • Visit Britain three starsVisit Britain three stars

    Price

    from£45.00B&B per person per night
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Accommodation

Where should I stay?

There are plenty of accommodation options on the Northumberland Coast but please remember that not all places will take single-night stays. During the summer months, the coast is very popular with tourists so be sure to book your accommodation well in advance.

We have listed Welcome Port accommodation businesses that are part of our Passport scheme here.

If you can’t find what you are looking for here there are two other ways to easily find accommodation:

Via www.visitnorthumberland.com

Berwick Tourist Information Centre offer a book-a-bed-ahead scheme for the path, you can call them on +44 01670 622 155

Rather than staying at a different place each night, there is an option to stay in one or two locations along the route and using the bus services to travel to and from your start and end points each day. If you decide on a single location, we would recommend Alnwick or Alnmouth as they are both well served by buses heading north and south along the coast. Warkworth and Longhoughton would also work.

Camping

Wild camping is not allowed in England, so please do not pitch your tent unless you have sought the permission of the landowner.

There are no official campsites on or near the trail south of Craster (there is a campsite at Warkworth but it is three miles off-route). You should consider this before deciding to camp.