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Walking From Bamburgh to Seahouses in Northumberland

On our first day in Bamburgh we decided to walk along the beach from Bamburgh to Seahouses. Its just over 3 miles and is a lovely walk. You can also walk along the St Oswalds Way if you wanted to which goes through fields and quiet country roads.

Walking From Bamburgh to Seahouses in Northumberland

Bamburgh Beach
Little K on Bamburgh Beach
Bamburgh Beach
Our crazy girl on the beach

Our boys didn’t wake up until 7.30am which is unheard of in our house. So by the time we had got downstairs and finished breakfast it was 9.30am. As usual with kids and dogs to sort out and get ready it was 10.30am before we left our self catering accommodation.

Bamburgh Beach
Our old man on the beach

The boys were also kitted out in their waterproofs (anywhere with water, waterproofs are needed!). Big K was also kitted out in a pair of his new Junior Bridgedale Socks. These are new for 2017 and he loved having the same type of socks as mummy. By the time we finished the walk his feet weren’t wet or smelly, as the wicking type of material kept them nice and dry. He also kindly informed us that they were very comfy to wear. He also can’t wait to try them out doing some more hiking.

Finding The Beach

The beach is easy to find, just walk towards the left of Bamburgh Castle through the bowling green. There is an entrance at the far corner. Heading along the beach the dogs and kids all enjoyed running and jumping about. We finally reached Seahouses at about 12pm (just in time for lunch)

Bamburgh to Seahouses
Lunch at Bamburgh Castle Inn
Bamburgh to Seahouses
Lunch at Bamburgh Castle Inn

We headed to the Bamburgh Castle Inn where I had remembered seeing before that it was dog friendly. Making our way through the main restaurant area we decided to sit outside in the beer garden and enjoy some more fresh air. Personally I did find the Inn rather expensive however comparing it to the rest of our weeks lunch bills it wasn’t too far off (roughly £6 more expensive). It was nearly £30 for 1 main course, 1 sandwich and 2 drinks. Although the food was delicious.

Bamburgh to Seahouses
Well deserved drink for Nick

After lunch we explored Seahouses for a while and took a walk along the harbor to see the boats. Once the boys had seen the boats we set off back towards Bamburgh along the St Oswalds Way.

St Oswalds Way
Horse on the St Oswalds Way
St Oswalds Way
Boys walking along St Oswalds Way

Overall

The beach is a much easier option but that could be because we were all tired and it seemed to take ages to get back to Bamburgh! We also found the beach was much more scenic with the sand dunes and the sea coming in and out.

If you are staying in the area then it is a great walk and you can enjoy the many photo opportunities along the way of Bamburgh Castle.

Bamburgh Castle
Bamburgh Castle

Have you ever walked from Bamburgh to Seahouses before along the beach? Let us know in the comments below.

Video Of Our Day

Disclaimer: We were given the Bridgedale socks in exchange for a mention in our blog. However, our opinion is 100% our own and honest.  

Bamburgh to Seahouses Northumberland

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