All Places in Northumberland
- Craster is a small fishing village on the Northumbrian coast with a small and attractive harbour. The harbour itself is protected by two areas of rocks, known as Muckle Car and Little Car. Craster is not so much a beach but a rocky shore with a view northwards to the spectacular ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle. This is the nearest point of access to the castle and the 1.5 mile approach must be made on foot along a grassy path.
- Heddon on the Wall is a village on Hadrian’s Wall situated just outside Throckley in Northumberland. At Heddon, there is the longest stretch of unbroken parts of Hadrian’s Wall, which is up to 2 metres thick in places. This stretch is now known as Broad Wall and is popular with tourists.
- Blyth has 20 colourful traditional timber beach huts which are available for daily hire with access between after 8am and to finish by 7pm. Facilities in the huts include kettle, four deck chairs and a terraced area at the back. The Dave Stephens Centre is close by where there are public toilets and external showers. Animals, smoking and barbeques are not allowed in the huts or on the terraced area.