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 Northumberland

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

Water Sports

  • Northside Surf School

    A Surfschool based in Amble Northumberland situated on the stunning northeast coast offering beach surf lessons to young and old.

    £25 per person
  • Alnmouth Boat Club

    The River Aln Boat Club was formed by a small group of local people in 1978. It came into being in order to encourage interest in boating activities mainly for dinghy sailing and sea angling.

    £25 per person
  • Northumbrian Windsurfing

    The whole Northumberland coastline is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, perfect for windsurfing.

    £20 per person
  • Coquet Shorebase

    The Coquet Shorebase Trust caters for all ages and we are registered with the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority. Sailing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, powerboating and raft building are offered.


    • 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.

    • Alnmouth Golf Club, Foxton Hall

      Foxton Hall was one of the historic residences of the local Percy family in the early 1900's when it was offered by the Duke of Northumberland, the then captain of the club, as a clubhouse for a new proposed golf course in 1929.


    • Walking

      A mile or so up river is the imposing sight of Warkworth Castle and during the summer there are regular boat trips from the harbour to the RSPB bird sanctuary at Coquet Island.

    • Fishing

      Also nearby and known as "The Friendliest Port", the town of Amble was built on a point of land that juts out, so providing extensive views of the coastline.


      • 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.