Creswell and Druridge Bay are located on a stunning stretch of Northumberland coastline. Cresswell is a small Northumberland coastal village with some stunning scenery and offers visitors great bird watching opportunities, with the popular Cresswell pond and wildlife hide. The Drift Café in the village of Creswell is a great place to visit after a long walk along the beach for a well deserved treat with a great range of delicious snacks. The Drift Cafe also welcomes dogs - and there’s also a wonderful local pub serving food, as well as a farm shop with a delicatessen and a separate coffee shop.
From both Cresswell and Druridge Bay, you’ll also be within easy reach of Druridge Bay Country Park which is less than 3 miles away. There is a lovely lake with lots of wildlife and stepping stones across for those feeling adventurous! Within the park, you can easily access the beach and there are facilities such as as cafe, toilets and children's play area. The nearby fishing town of Amble, better known as 'the friendliest port' - is just 10 miles away where there is lots of excellent restaurants, an award winning ice-cream parlour, 15 retail ‘pods’ at the harbour village, boat trips to Coquet Island to see some amazing wildlife and much more.
Warkworth is another popular village close by, home to a medieval castle, a great range of shops, lovely riverside walks and boat trips - plus access to the beach. Woodhorn Museum in the neighbouring town of Ashington is also well worth a visit during your stay, especially if you are coming with the family as there is lots to explore here, including interactive displays exploring Ashington's mining history and there is a steam railway which both young and old will love.