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