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Beadnell is a village in Northumberland, England.
It is situated 6 km south-east of Bamburgh on the North sea coast, and has a population of 528. Containing the only west-facing port on the east coast, Beadnell is a tourist base with some small scale fishing. Contact Us
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    Restaurants

    There are many places to eat in and around Beadnell here are a few suggestions:

    Beadnell: The Craster Arms - a good food pub with a nice beer garden www.crasterarms.co.uk

    The Beadnell Towers Hotel - another nice beer garden and a bit posher food than the Craster Arms, but very nice! www.beadnelltowers.co.uk

    Sea Breeze Fish & Chip shop - the best fish and chips you can get and I think the mushy peas are great, seasonal opening hours apply!!

    Seahouses: Numerous takeaways and pubs.

    Special mention to The Indian Brasserie on the main street, very good and the Bamburgh Castle hotel has fabulous views over the harbour.

    Bamburgh: A good selection of pubs and restaurants.

    The butcher on main street does fab Scotch pies and sausages!

    Craster: The Jolly Fisherman - recently refurbished and the crab sandwiches with chips made from beef dripping are great!

    Must visit Robsons Smokery for kippers!

    Embleton: The Ship Inn is meant to be fabulous but get there early as it gets very busy!
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    Beadnell Village

    Beadnell is a village in Northumberland, England. It is situated 6 km south-east of Bamburgh on the North sea coast, and has a population of 528. Containing the only west-facing port on the east coast, Beadnell is a tourist base with some small scale fishing.

    The parish church is the Anglican Church of St Ebba, built in 1746 and restored in the nineteenth century. A sixteenth-century pele tower remains as part of the Craster Arms pub.

    Near the harbour are historic limekilns owned by the National Trust . Beadnell is within the North Northumberland Herirage Coast and the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

    Beadnell Bay, a sandy beach stretching 3 km (1.8 miles) to the south, contains a nationally-important colony of Little terns and the largest mainland colony of Arctic terns in the UK.

    Visit : http://www.beadnellvillage.co.uk/ for more information.