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Things to do in Warkworth

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Discover the best attractions and activities that Warkworth has to offer

Warkworth is a fantastic tourist destination in the UK, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year

There are a vast variety of things to do in Warkworth and the surrounding area.

Warkworth Castle is a well-preserved medieval castle dominating the skyline of our Warkworth cottages. Once the family seat of the Dukes of Northumberland, the stunning Warkworth Castle is now a open to the public.

Visiting Warworth Beach is an equally popular thing to in Warkworth, featuring a long expanse of golden sands. Spend a day sunbathing, playing beach games or learning how to surf at the beautiful Warkworth Beach.

Warkworth walks are also a popular local pastime, with the area boasting plentiful paths, trails and sublime views.

Discover what to do in Warkworth by using our handy things to do guide.

  • Farne Islands National Trust

    Coquet Island

    Just off the coast of Northumberland lies the RSPB Nature Reserve, Coquet Island. Home to over 35,000 seabirds it is a bird watchers heaven.

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  • Goodrington Sands

    Druridge Bay Beach

    A fantastic beach running alongside the Druridge Bay Country Park, Druridge Bay Beach offers a glorious sandy expanse as well as beautiful sand dunes, pools and the 100-acre Ladyburn Lake.

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  • Amble Northumberland

    Druridge Bay Country Park

    Red Row
    Druridge Bay
    NE61 5BX

    01670 760968

    Running alongside Druridge Bay Beach, the country park offers a number of small Nature Reserves that are home to many different species of birds, as well as amenities such as a café and children’s play area.

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    Warkworth Beach

    Warkworth Beach
    NE65 0SW

    Warkworth Beach stretches to the north of the mouth of the Coquet River, with golden sand and dunes overlooked by the castle. Within a narrow loop of the River Coquet, the village is built on a rocky spur.

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