Embleton Bay Beach, Embleton

Embleton, Northumberland, England, UK

Review Rating: 3.75 out of 5 based on 1 reviews.
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Embleton Bay Beach, Embleton, Northumberland

Embleton Bay is one of Northumberland's many fine beaches. The beach is dominated by Dunstanburgh Castle which stands on the south cliffs of the bay.

Embleton Bay beach is sandy with rock pools at low tide and is very popular with walkers and families.


No facilities and access is from Embleton Village or Low Newton.

We have no dog information for Embleton Bay beach.

Embleton Bay Reviews

Embleton Bay Beach -  06 Jul 2012 - By Anonymous -  One of the most beautiful places in the world
Rating: 3.75  (location = , activites = , families = , relaxation = )

Embleton Bay is a quiet beach for those who appreciate beauty and nature in all weathers.

In the winter you will often be the only one on the beach with miles of landscape to yourself.

A few families come in the summer but there are no facilities and the waters aren't all that safe for bathing. There are no launching facilities for motor boats, or jet-skis.

This a natural beach in an unspoilt state looked after by The National Trust.

There will be dogs. Dog-walkers have unrestricted access here.

Tides & Weather

No tide times available for Embleton

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