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Walking Holiday on one of Northern England's Long Distance Walking Trails
Northumberland Coast Path
Cresswell to Berwick-upon-Tweed in 7 days

Walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path
Walking in Northern England from Cresswell to the Scottish border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed,
via the Northumberland coast towns of Alnmouth, Warkworth, Craster, Dunstanburgh Castle, Seahouses, Bamburgh and Holy Island/Lindisfarne.
The Northumberland Coast Path is 72 miles long and is one of UK's long distance way-marked
walking trails. The walking
holiday begins on the
Northumberland coast at
Cresswell and ends near the Scottish border at Berwick-upon-Tweed.
This walking holiday is suitable as a first hiking vacation as it is quite easy walking along this North Sea Coast with small seaside villages & towns, some great castles and Holy Island.
Spend a day visiting The Farne Island famous for puffins and fulmers. This is a popular walking tour and we have carefully selected comfortable accommodation to ensure you are well rested each night after a busy day hiking and sightseeing.
You can take rest days en-route to explore galleries, museums and the fine selection of shops, restaurants and pubs.
Online Booking Available! This walking holiday is great hiking for visitors to the UK as it offers a taste of England's history; Roman, ancient, medieval and religious.
Walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path
   
Suggested Tour Duration:
6 nights, 5 days walking
Total Distance:
72 miles
Min/max daily distance:
10/14 miles
Average Daily distance:
14 miles
Grading:
easy/moderate
Features:

Lindisfarne Holy Island
Bamburgh Castle
This walk connects with:
St Cuthbert's Way
St Oswald's Way
This self guided walking holiday hikes through some of the Northern UK's and Northumberland's best walking country. The Northumberland Coast Path passes through towns and villages connected with 7th century King of Northumbria who helped bring Christianity to this part of Northern England.
The Northumberland Coast Path walking trail is clearly way-marked to provide reassurance on your hiking vacation in Northern England.
Cresswell on walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path Day 1: Arrive Cresswell.   
To start your walking holiday on the Northumberband Coast Path walking trail you make your own way to Cressell in Northern England. We can assist with coach or train transfers if necessary. Car parking is available for the duration of your self-guided walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path.
Day 2: Cresswell to Warkworth.    12 miles     
The Northumberland Coast Path starts from Cresswell and the hiking trail follows the sandy shoreline of Druridge Bay to the Wildlife Reserve at Low Hauxley. The walking route passes along sand dunes before reaching the fishing port of Amble, then around the River Coquet estuary before reaching Warkworth with its large castle.
Warkworth Castle on walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path
Craster on walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path Day 3: Warkworth to Craster.    13 miles
Walking on from Warkworth the Northumberland Coastal Path shares the same trail as St Oswald's Way and passes fine golden sands before reaching Alnmouth. The hiking trail passes the famous old smuggling fishing village of Boumer, Sugar Sands and Cullernose Point. Today's walk ends at the fishing village of Craster. Any visit to Craster should include a taste of its famous oaked smoked kippers or salmon.
Day 4: Craster to Bamburgh.    14 miles    
Walking on from Craster the hiking trail passes the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, along the golden sands of Embleton Bay, through Low Newton by Sea with its little beach huts and fine old inn before reaching the busy little harbour of Seahouses via Beadnell. After Seahouses the hiking trail reaches the lovely coastal town of Bamburgh with a stunning castle, well worth a visit, and selection of restaurants and fine bars.
Bamburgh Castle on walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path
Lindisfarne Castle on walking holiday on Northumberland Coast Path Day 5: Bamburgh to West Mains.    14 miles
Walking on from Bamburgh, the hiking trail goes through Belford then follows Kyloe Ridge which offers fine views south to Bamburgh Castle and north to Berwick-on-Tweed. The route shares the walking trail with St Cuthbert's Way.
Day 6: West Mains to Holy Island to Berwick-upon-Tweed.    19 miles     
You take the causeway over to Holy Island (Lindisfarne), one of western Europe's most important Christian sites and the first abbey dating back to 635AD. The causeway to Holy Island is tidal and so this holiday is only available when the tides are favourable. The Priory that now stands in ruins is 11th century. The castle on the island dates back to Henry VIII, is now run by the National Trust and well worth a visit. This island is a special place with so much to see a great place to extend your stay. The trail enters Berwick-upon-Tweed via the town of Spittal and the Old Bridge over the Tweed. Berwick-upon-Tweed is a fine town with much to offer the visitor . The town has a Lowery trail passing many views made famous by the artist.
St Oswald on Northumberland Coast Path walking holiday

Day 7: Depart after breakfast
or extend your walking holiday and spend some time exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
We can transfer you to your car or station.

What's included
in your UK walking holiday
on Northumberland Coast Path

  • accommodation at high quality guest houses, inns or small hotels on a bed and breakfast basis
  • room with en-suite or private bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities
  • daily luggage transfer
  • support should there be any problems on route
  • detailed itineraries and maps
  • Northumberland Coast Path guide book
These distances are only a suggestion. If you would like to walk longer or shorter distances, we can arrange that too.
Why not combine this walking holiday with a hiking tour in another part of the UK. Our staff will be happy to advise and arrange necessary transfers.
This walking holiday in the UK operates March through October and in either direction.
Short walking breaks are also available, with 2 or 3 days walking. Just select the part of the path you want to walk.
Online booking available. A deposit of £55 per person is required to secure the booking, with the balance due 6 weeks before departure.
Northumberland Coast Path guide book

Optional Extras
for your UK Walking Holiday
on the Northumberland Coast Path

  • upgrade to the region's most elegant, prestigious and famous hotels, where available
  • transfers back to car or station
  • parking facilities
  • rest days
  • inn to inn walks
Northumberland Coast Path
7 day itinerary:
5 days walking and 6 nights accommodation
£486pp
dbl/twin
£630pp
single occ
£690pp
solo traveller
Book Northumberland Coast Path holiday online now
All prices subject to change
Optional Accommodation Upgrades
Can be added when booking online
Subject to availability                  Supplement per person per night
Warkworth Double/Twin Single Room
Warkworth House Hotel £29.00 £35.00
Bamburgh Double/Twin Single Room
Victoria Hotel £19.00 £21.00
Berwick upon Tweed Double/Twin Single Room
Queens Head Hotel £29.00 £36.00
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What our customers say:
"We thoroughly enjoyed the walking trip; marvellous to have the maps laminated. All the accommodation was good. Your little pamphlet with details of where we were staying with maps was excellent. All in all, a super trip and we hope to use you again."
                     Sally Brookman 2011
How to get there
By Plane to Newcastle or Edinburgh, where we can arrange transfer to the start of the route
By Car to Cresswell where parking is available
By Train / Bus to Berwick-upon-Tweed, Newcastle or Morpeth
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