Venture to the water’s edge to the Commissioners Quay Inn

Blyth, Northumberland

With a waterfront location and a great range of seafood on the menu, the Commissioners Quay Inn has the seaside at its heart.

Located in south east Northumberland, this cosy but contemporary inn is a great base for exploring the coast. With more than 30 miles of beautiful English beaches, an archipelago of islands home to colonies of seabirds and seals, and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll be spoiled for choice when looking for things to do.

By day, take trips to Northumberland landmarks such as Bamburgh Castle and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. By night, you might be lucky enough to spot the aurora borealis dancing over the sea.

Just twenty minutes from Newcastle City Centre, it is the perfect coastal holiday for those who want to explore the city, beach and countryside all in one trip.

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