Sandy beach near cliffs. Three paths lead to the beach. Lovely walks around the cliffs to further beaches. The beach is located in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Beach type: sand
Nearest town: Berwick upon Tweed
Local authority: Northumberland County Council
OS Grid Reference: NT999528
Berwick upon Tweed
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Phone 01289 301 780
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