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Whether you are coming to the Northumberland Coast for two weeks or just for the day, these pages will help you make the most of your visit.

  • Getting here
  • Getting around
  • Tourist Information centres
  • Holy Island Crossing Times
  • Bring your dog to the Coast
  • Where to stay
  • Greentraveller Guide

Getting here

Travelling here by bus or by train can be a pleasure in itself. Here we give you all of the information you need to get here without a car

  • Arriving by train
  • Arriving by coach or bus
  • Arriving by ferry

Getting here


Getting around

Getting about on the Northumberland Coast without a car can be a fun and interesting way to explore. You could walk, cycle or take the bus.

  • Getting about by bus
  • Planning your journey
  • Holy Island by bus
  • Getting about by bike

Getting around


Tourist Information Centres

A visit to one of our Tourist Information Centres will provide you with all the information you need for your visit

Tourist Information Centres


Holy Island Crossing Times

Holy Island is only accessible by road across a causeway that is covered at high tide. It is your responsibility to make sure you only cross when it is safe to do so.

Holy Island Crossing Times


Bring your dog to the coast

This page provides information about bringing your dog to the Northumberland coast

  • Restrictions for dogs on beaches
  • Responsible dog-ownership
  • Code of conduct

Bring your dog to the coast


Where to stay

Whether you are seeking five-star luxury or a bed in a bunkhouse barn, there is a wide range of accommodation to be found on the Northumberland coast.

  • Green Tourism Business Scheme
  • Greentraveller Guide
  • Finding accommodation

Where to stay


Greentraveller Guide

You can search our Greentraveller guide for accommodation, food, attractions and things to do.

Greentraveller Guide

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