: Newcastle Internationl
: Berwick upon Tweed
Bamburgh has one of the finest beaches on the Northumberland Coast, an award-winning beach with a vast expanse of spectacular golden sands.
The village has gift shops, grocer, butcher, newsagent, plant nursery, restaurants, pubs and a cricket pitch, all within walking distance of the village green, the visitor will find much of interest here.
Visible for miles around, Bamburgh is dominated by its imposing castle.
Having been extensively restored, first by Lord Crewe in the 1750's and more recently by the first Lord Armstrong at the end of the 19th century.
It is open to members of the public throughout the year.
Golf: Bamburgh Castle is one of the most beautiful and entertaining courses in Britain. It is short but tricky, fun but thought-provoking. It starts with two par 3s followed by two par 5s; there are six par 3s in all; the last three holes are a great finish to any round: a birdie is possible for any golfer at all three, but it's also easy to get into a lot of trouble.