Howick lies between Boulmer and Craster and the area is effectively all that belongs to Howick Hall. It was here that Earl
Grey tea was invented and you can sample the tea in the estate tea room. The estate grounds are large and rambling.
There is a glen which follows the small brook towards the sea. But be careful as at the end the gate allows you out
but not back in!
If you are lucky you will also see the small deer kept in the grounds.
Nearby along the coastal path to the south are story boards telling the tale of a stone age settlement found
here. Apparently at over 8,000 years ago it is one of the oldest in Britain.
Clifftop fields by Howick Hall
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Howick Hall is
through the gates to the left. Straight ahead, to the right of the lodge is the entrance to a new, large car
park for visitors to the gardens (Adults £5, childen free)
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The small sandy bay beside the Bathing house ... and Dunstanburgh Castle on the
and one of the many lovely rock pools along the coast between Howick and Craster