Alnwick

Dogs welcome all year

Newton Haven Beach – Parking in the village of Low Newton and is about 100 metres from the entrance to the beach – type of beach: sand and rock

Embleton Bay Beach – long stretch of golden sand overlooked by the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle. Parking close to beach. type of beach: sandy

Seahouses North – Parking and facilities in the village – type of beach: sandy

Seahouses South Beach (Annstead) – Parking and facilities in the village – type of beach: sandy

Bamburgh Castle Beach – Bamburgh Castle towers over the wide expanse of sandy beach, backed by sand dunes, parking close to the beach and in the village of Bamburgh – type of beach: sandy

 

Restricted access for dogs

Ross Back Sands Beach – dogs not allowed between 1st May to 30th July which is the breeding season for seabirds at the beach. Dogs welcome on the reserve for the rest of the year but must be kept on lead or at heel at all times to avoid disturbance to birds and grazing livestock. No close parking (parking in Ross), about a mile walk to beach. No facilities – type of beach: sandy

Beadnell Bay Beach – seasonal restrictions for breeding birds (well-signed) – Wide, sandy beach just south of the village of Beadnell popular for wind surfing, canoeing and kite surfing, free parking and seasonal Toilets close to beach – type of beach: sandy

 

Amble

Dogs welcome all year

Amble Links Beach – Café/restaurant and shop, parking and toilets on the Cliffs, beach is accessed down a gentle, but narrow path – type of beach: sand & shingle

Alnmouth Beach – Café/restaurant, parking close to beach – type of beach: sandy

Warkworth Beach – 20-minute walk from the village or use car park close to Warkworth Golf Club which makes it a shorter walk to the beach – type of beach: sandy

 

Ashington

Dogs welcome all year

Cresswell Beach – Parking close to beach – type of beach: sandy

Newbiggin – South Beach – Parking just of Seaton Road – type of beach: sand and rock

Cambois – North/South Beaches – Pub nearby, parking close to beach– type of beach: sandy

 

Restricted access for dogs

Newbiggin – North Beach – dogs are not allowed on the section of beach from the breakwater at Church Point to the beach access from the promenade at Sidney Crescent between 1st May to 30th September – parking at eastern end of High Street – type of beach: sand and rock

 

Berwick-upon-Tweed

Dogs welcome all year

Fishermans Haven Beach –Beach is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is rich in wildlife. Parking close to beach. Berwick-upon Tweed is a short walk away – type of beach: sandy

 

Restricted access for dogs

Cheswick Sands & Cocklawburn Beach – Cheswick Sands is one of the biggest beaches in Northumberland and merges in with Cocklawburn Beach in the north. Dogs to be kept on lead or at heel at all times to avoid disturbance to birds and grazing livestock, parking close to beach, no other facilities – type of sand: Sandy

Holy Island (Lindisfarne) Beach – Dogs to be kept on lead or at heel at all times to avoid disturbance to birds and grazing livestock, parking near beach

 

Blyth

Dogs welcome all year

Blyth South Beach – parking towards the north end of the beach on the edge of the Blyth town, toilets, Café and children’s play area can be found here type of beach: sandy

 

Restricted access for dogs

Dogs not allowed on the section of beach from the access at Beachway to the access at the Links Road Car Park, between 1st May to 30th September.