Why not leave the car in the car park?
Going out without getting in
Going on holiday can be a time to see new places, and try new things, do things in a different way. So here are some ideas for you to plan a 'no-car' day whist you're at St Cuthbert's House. Hopefully they might inspire you to get you out into the fresh Northumbrian air and let you travel a bit more slowly than usual - and perhaps rediscover some things you'd forgotten about. Slow down, take time, dawdle aimlessly - it's good for your soul.
Go for a walk. Just go.
We have lots of routes we can tell you about, or show you on the map – it depends how far you want to walk. Why not try to incorporate a tea-shop or a pub along the way.
We can also help you to plan a linear walk – so you could take the bus to Beadnell, Embleton, High Newton, or Craster for example, and then dawdle home along the magnificent beaches. The Northumberland Coast Path stretches over 60 miles along the coast, and you can walk any part of it from here.
There’s a really nice circular walk to Bamburgh and back, which is about 7 miles. You can go one way along the beach, and the other through the countryside. And there’s a tea shop and several pubs in the middle.