Three days coastal walking with like minded people makes for a wonderful short break.
Beautiful beaches, fresh air, great company simply add to the pleasure.
Our guided Northumberland walking holidays itinerary requires a reasonable level of fitness, walkers should be comfortable with a moderate degree of exertion and challenge. Alternative, independent walks can be recommended for those who would like an easier/harder day; route guidance and maps provided.
Our short walking break offers three full days of easier/moderate walking in some of the most beautiful parts of Northumberland.
A packed lunch includes a filled roll, fruit,chocolate bar, crisps and a drink.
Below is a sample itinerary of our walks.
Easy/Moderate; 6 to 9 miles well marked paths with short ascents and descents.
Day 1 – Arrival Day
Arrive mid-afternoon for tea and homemade cake, meet fellow guests and chat about the walking.
Day 2 – Amble and Warkworth
7.5 miles Easy/Moderate
The walk starts from Amble on the Northumberland coast path, leading to Warkworth. The route takes us along St Oswalds Way before heading back to Amble.
Day 3 – Alnwick
7 miles Easy/Moderate
The walk follows the River Aln past medieval Alnwick Castle and into Hulne Park. We take in the remains of Hulne Priory before returning to Alnwick.
Day 4 – Druridge Bay
8 miles Easy/Moderate
From Amble we head south towards Druridge Bay along the Northumberland coastal path, passing Hauxley Nature Reserve. Return through beautiful countryside to Amble.
Day 5 – Departure Day
Depart after breakfast.
For those wishing to extend their short break in Northumberland there are plenty of things to see and do:
|A boat trip to Coquet Island to see the wildlife.
Lindisfarne and the Priory.
Visit the Farne Islands famous for its bird life.