Outdoor Adventures

4 day Walking Holiday Northumberland Coast Path

56 miles from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Alnmouth
Dramatic castles, sweeping beaches, cliff-top paths & quaint fishing villages

NB: we are currently unable to provide any outdoor clothing or kit. The evening social events will be subject to any Covid restrictions at the time of the event. 

Northumberland Coast Path guided walk | Bamburgh | TeamWalking

Walk the Northumberland Coast Path in the company of Mark Reid, experienced Mountain Leader and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS), who will share his detailed knowledge of this wonderful coastline with its imposing castles, sweeping bays, historic islands, quaint fishing villages and impressive wildlife and seabirds.

Mark Reid spent two years walking the paths and coastline of Northumberland whilst researching his book The Inn Way… to Northumberland, and will share his knowledge of the area with you.

  • Discover Northumberland’s beautiful coastline with Mark Reid
  • Walk along sweeping beaches and cliff-top paths
  • Explore the history and heritage of the area
  • Relax in cosy inns each evening
  • Spend a night on Holy Island
  • Forget about map reading, and enjoy the journey instead!
Northumberland Coast Path guided walk | Alnmouth | TeamWalking

Meet at Berwick-upon-Tweed Railway Station at 9am on Tuesday 22nd June 2021. The Baggage Courier will collect our luggage.

Tues 22 June 2021 – Berwick-upon-Tweed to Holy Island (14.5 miles)
Route highlights: 
Berwick-upon-Tweed’s Elizabethan fortifications, Cocklawburn Dunes nature reserve, Lindisfarne Causeway and spend a night on Holy Island.

Wed 23 June 2021 – Holy Island to Bamburgh (17.5 miles)
Route highlights: Shiellow Wood, Belford and the Great North Road, Budle Bay and the magnificent Bamburgh Castle.

Thur 24 June 2021 – Bamburgh to Embleton (11.5 miles)
Route highlights: Bamburgh Beach, Farne Islands (optional boat trip), Seahouses, Beadnell Limekilns, Beadnell Bay, Low Newton-by-the-Sea and Embleton Bay.

Fri 25 June 2021 – Embleton to Alnmouth (11.5 miles)
Route highlights: Impressive Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster kippers, cliff-top paths and seabirds, Boulmer and Alnmouth

At the end of our walk we’ll head to Alnmouth Station, where you can catch the train back to Berwick-upon-Tweed (20 minute journey) or back home. The Baggage Courier will drop our luggage at a pub in Alnmouth, where we will end our walk. We’ll arrange a taxi to take us and our luggage to Alnmouth Station, which is a mile from Alnmouth village.

Northumberland Coast Path guided walk | Embleton Bay | TeamWalking

There is a train station at Berwick-upon-Tweed on the East Coast Mainline, with regular fast trains between York and Edinburgh. We will then spend 4 days walking southwards along the Northumberland Coast to Alnmouth, where this is also a train station on the East Coast Mainline. You can then either catch a train back to Berwick-upon-Tweed (20 minute journey) or onward travel home. For train times, please visit National Rail Enquiries


You will need accommodation at the following locations:

Berwick-upon-Tweed before/after our walk (optional) – Visit Berwick
Holy Island – Tuesday 22nd June 2021 – Holy Island website
Bamburgh – Wednesday 23rd June 2021 – Bamburgh Village website
Embleton – Thursday 24th June 2021 – Jubilee House B&B; Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel; Blue Bell Inn

Please contact the accommodation provider directly to book your accommodation. The baggage courier will drop your bags at your accommodation. 




This includes:

  • 4 days guided walk along the Northumberland Coast Path
  • Baggage Transfer each day
  • Taxi from Alnmouth to Alnmouth Station at the end of our walk
  • TeamWalking Loyalty Reward scheme


  • Travel to Berwick-upon-Tweed and from Alnmouth (East Coast Rail MainLine)
  • Accommodation along the route (Holy Island, Bamburgh and Embleton)
  • Food (packed lunch, snack food and evening meal)
  • Walking boots, personal walking clothing and equipment