Beadnell village coast and harbour

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Beadnell Harbour at low tide
Is a small village a couple of miles south of Seahouses. It has a small but attractive harbour which is overlooked by lime kilns. During the holiday seasons there are a large number of small pleasure sailing boats moored up on the beach just outside the harbour, with good views of them from the harbour wall. At low tide these craft are beached presenting a variety of shapes and colours, with the rising tide they change character and come alive. The harbour is, as far as I know, the only one on the east coast with a west facing entrance, this means that there is great potential for sunset over the harbour and small boats.