The land surrounding Low Newton-by-the-Sea, locally known as just Low Newton, has been voted as one of the most attractive areas owned by the National Trust, so it is unsurprising that it has been chosen as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The luxuriously grand Newton Hall is found just outside the village, whereas the more homely venue The Ship Inn sits in the heart of the village and provides a local hub for community events, as well as serving delicious food and drinks.
Visitors should definitely check out the Newton Pool Bird Reserve to see some fascinating birds and discover local wildlife. Don’t forget to take a walk along one of The Guardians Top 10 Walks – a circular route from Low Newton to Craster and back.
Low Newton is a quaint village close to both Embleton and Beadnell which both boast some of the best watersporting activities on the Northumberland coast. Not forgetting its proximity to the bustling harbour town of Seahouses where you can find restaurants, pubs, crazy golf, amusement arcades and much more!
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