Seahouses is a village on the coast of Northumberland, England. It has a population of 1,800 people (2012 estimate). Due to its proximity to the Northumberland National Park, Northumberland Coast and the Farne Islands, Seahouses has become a domestic tourist destination. Its economy is also supported by its local fishing port.
Guide to Seahouses HotelsHere's a list of hotels in Seahouses that you can book online, with full description, star rating, address, location map, evaluation, and prices as offered by different booking sites. This helps you to make your room booking with the site that offers the best price.
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More on SeahousesVisitors to Seahouses can find operators for trips to the surrounding national parks and islands. The town is famous for a local heroine, Grace Darling, who in 1838 helped her father to save 13 people from a shipwreck. In her honor, the current Seahouses lifeboat bears her name.
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Visiting SeahousesTo reach Seahouses from London by car, you first drive to Newcastle upon Tyne. Take the M1 motorway heading north. From Newcastle upon Tyne, continue on the A1 road. There are two routes to reach Seahouses, both taking you through the English countryside. The first is on the Coastal Route. You turn in at the junction near Lesbury. The second is to take the country road passing through Newham. There are no signages along the A1 for Seahouses, so you may have to ask for direction.
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