Out and About

Alnmouth is a small picturesque coastal village situated between the market town of Alnwick and the quaint fishing port of Amble

Things to do in and around Alnmouth

Places To Eat

  • The Red Lion Inn, Alnmouth

    A traditional 18th Century Coaching Inn, The Red Lion now provides a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

  • Hooked, Alnmouth

    Hooked restaurant offers a concise menu of locally sourced food that attempts to be as seasonal as possible.

  • Bistro 23

    Bistro 23 is a fully licensed restaurant, situated at 23 Northumberland Street, Alnmouth.

    • Tel:

       +44 (0)1665 830393
  • Scott's of Alnmouth

    A high quality, coffee shop and delicatessen. Great for breakfast, coffees, lunch and bi-monthly themed Friday night dinners. The shop sells everything from the essentials to specialist cheese, wine and nibbles

  • Hope and Anchor

    The Hope and Anchor is a relaxed bar and Italian fish restaurant> They also do amazing take away fish and chips. All meals are home made and ingredients are source as locally as possible

  • The Village Tearooms

    The Village Tearooms has a cosy atmosphere and serves delicious sandwiches and cakes.

    • Tel:

       01665 830310


  • Alnmouth Village Golf Club

    A fine nine-hole course adjacent to the beach, the view from the 7th is outstanding on this beautiful links course. The club was established in 1869 making it the oldest 9 hole links in England. Like other coastal courses it's open to the wind, adding to the challenge.

  • Alnmouth Golf Club, Foxton Hall

    The Jewel In Northumberland's Golfing Crown. Visitors are always given a warm Northumbrian welcome at Alnmouth where we have a wonderful golf course, first class practice facilities and a beautiful Clubhouse.


  • Warkworth Beach

    Just a short walk from Warworth village is a lovely sandy beach that stretches for over 5 miles

  • Ross Back Sands

    Ross Back Sands is a glorious expanse of unspoilt beach and dunes 3, generally deserted because access to it is on foot rather than by car

  • Alnmouth Beach

    Alnmouth Beach sits in a wide sandy bay at the mouth of the River Aln. Backed by vast expanses of dunes there is a wealth of birds and wildlife to be seen here.

    Castles and Gardens

    • Alnwick Castle

      Visit Alnwick Castle for a day out to fire the imagination. Discover sumptuous State Rooms, the medieval Knight's Quest arena, dragons and magic.

    • Bamburgh Castle

      A spectacular castle with fantastic coastal views The stunning Kings Hall and Keep house collections of arm.

    • Warkworth

      If you are planning a fun family day out in Northumberland then look no further than Warkworth Castle, only 5 miles from Sefton House.

    • Dunstanburgh

      Dunstanburgh Castle is a 14th-century fortification on the coast of Northumberland in northern England, between the villages of Craster and Embleton

    • Alnwick Gardens

      The Alnwick Garden is one of the world’s most extraordinary contemporary gardens. 12 acres of meandering and magnificent gardens are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku Cherry Orchard, a Grand Cascade comprising 120 water jets and the worlds largest Treehouse Restaurant.

    • Howick Hall Gardens and Arboretum

      Howick Hall Gardens are aimed at garden lovers and are a plantsman’s delight with extensive grounds offering a stunning variety of unusual plants throughout the seasons