Annual Autumn Visit to Northumberland 2016
We like to find something new to see and, although we have been visiting the area for decades now, there is always a corner we haven't covered.
The picturesque, former fishing village of Low Newton is a familiar haunt. In fact, the first time we came across it, terraced cottages in the square were for sale for £2,500. With a mortgage on our home, there was no way we could access that amount. You guessed it, these cottages are now impossible to get hold of and a week's rental in May is over £500!
We hadn't known about the bird hide behind the village, which is part of a pleasant circular walk which takes you to the beautiful beach with its rock pools.