Make the most of your time at The Bamburgh Castle Inn with our insider’s tips on the best things to see and do in the sounding area.
For a world class and FREE experience take a walk along the miles of pristine beaches surrounding The Bamburgh Castle Inn. They’re consistently voted amongst the best in the country.
An indoor kids’ play area, amusement arcades and swimming pool are all on the doorstep to keep little ones happy if rain stops outdoor play. At nearby Bamburgh explore the Grace Darling Museum, whose heroic rescue of stricken passengers on the islands opposite The Bamburgh Castle Inn is recounted here. It’s a famous sight, but be sure to visit our namesake magnificent Bamburgh Castle. Bamburgh Castle Inn guests enjoy 10% discount off admission.
Pop into the Farne Gift Shop just next door to
The Bamburgh Castle Inn. It’s a cornucopia of finds including kites to soar on the beach, too. The Main Street has lots of independent shops selling local produce and gifts.
St Aidan’s Church at Bamburgh founded on the site of the present church in 635 by Saint Aidan. A shrine marks the spot where St Aidan is believed to have died.
With many a sheltered bay and with miles of beaches all around, there are lots of great water based activities to enjoy. Jump, scramble and swim around the coastline with Adventure Northumberland’s coasteering activities. If horse riding is your thing, then saddle up for an exhilarating gallop along the sands with Slate Hall Riding Centre in Seahouses.
A visit the Farne Islands is rated by Sir David Attenburgh as one of the UK’s top wildlife experiences. See the UK’s largest grey seal colony, up to 23 varieties of seabirds including the colourful puffin and look out for dolphins, whales and porpoises which are often spotted. Boat trips leave from the harbour beneath the Bamburgh Castle Inn.
The Inn Collection Group gift vouchers make the ideal gift for all occasions. Our monetary gift vouchers are available to purchase online, and can be used at any of our Inns in the North of England and the Lake District.