Earth : Europe : Britain and Ireland : United Kingdom : England : North East England : Northumberland : Seahouses
Seahouses is a small town on the Northumberland coast.It is both a key tourist attraction and a working fishing port.
The main access is by road.The A1 trunk road provides the main access either south from Scotland or north from Newcastle-upon-tyne. However to get to Seahouses you need to leave the main A1 and the town itself is accessed through the B1340. There is also access by sea as Seahouses is a working fishing port.
Seahouses is small enough to walk around. However it is not entirely flat and the road down to the harbour is quite steep.If you need a taxi then Hunters taxis are local, Tel:01665 720 400.
The harbour.Usually very colourful, with stalls, boats and plenty of activity.
Walk northwards to the sandy beach leading up to Bamburgh Castle.
The sandy beach is a very popular walk for families, dogs and everyone. Sometimes you will catch brave people trying to surf but throwing a frisbee is a more popular and safe sport here.
Smoked salmon and kippers are a popular present to buy when you visit Seahouses. The Swallow fish mongers  is a good place to chose the best of the day's catch.
Seahouses offers plenty of food restaurants and even more food stalls
Official Seahouses web site