A great deal of information for this section of the website has been pasted directly from the excellent Your Northumberland Guide, which you may want to visit for further information.
Low Newton By-The-Sea
Known locally simply as ‘Low Newton’, the village of Low Newton By-The-Sea is considered by many to be one of the most attractive villages on the Northumberland Coast. It is mainly owned by the National Trust and has an open-ended square of cream-washed cottages looking out onto the sandy beach. In the corner of this square is The Ship Inn and is a popular and friendly pub serving an excellent range of sandwiches and meals. Since it is tucked out of the way off the beaten track Low Newton beach can often be found almost empty in the offseason.
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Places and Attractions Nearby
Seahouses, Beadnell, Embleton, Holy Island, Farne Islands, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Lindisfarne Castle, Craster, Bamburgh Castle.