How to get here

By train

Alnmouth train station 9 miles and Chathill train station 6 miles (infrequent service).

By road

Off the A1 between Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed. Turn off on to the B1340 from Alnwick or the B6347 both towards Christon Bank. The B1339 then runs parallel to the coast, with minor roads leading to the sea at Newton and Embleton.

Parking: Pay and display at Low Newton and Craster.

By foot

The Northumberland Coast Path, part of the North Sea Trail, runs through this estate from Beadnell Bay in the north to Newton Point and Newton Haven, then along Embleton Bay towards Dunstanburgh Castle in the south. Local footpaths lead to the coast from High Newton-by-the Sea and Embleton villages too, both about mile away.

By ferry

Visiting boats may anchor in Newton Haven at their own risk. The moorings are for mooring holders only. The nearest day-launching facilities are up the coast at Beadnell. Small craft can be hand-launched from Newton Haven, but there is no vehicle access to the beach.

By bus

A bus service runs along the B1330 from Bamburgh to Alnwick, passing Embleton and occasionally High Newton, Mon-Sat. Links to buses from Berwick upon Tweed train station, Alnmouth train station, Morpeth and Newcastle.

By cycle

National Cycle Network route 1 travels from Newcastle to Berwick upon Tweed via Alnmouth, Craster and Seahouses, mostly on minor roads. It passes through Embleton village.

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