Low Newton is a small fishing village, almost completely owned by the National Trust. The curving beach and open-ended grass square surrounded by cream washed cottages is nothing short of picturesque.
Allow yourself to kick back and relax with lunch and a glass of real ale brewed in the village pub’s tiny micro brewery situated in the village square, the heart of the old village.
Enjoy watching windsurfers skim across the sea, or you could even take a trip to the sandy beach to explore the myriad of rock pools, or paddle in the shallows.
You can see the skeletal ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance along from the long stretch of sand curving around Embleton Bay.
This village may be small, but it has a lot to offer. Try local produce, be captivated by the stunning views, and lose yourself in the community spirit of the area.
The area is renowned for bird watching and is famous for the Newton Pool Bird Reserve. Here in the two purpose built hides you can spot a variety of seabirds, shorebirds and wildfowl.