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Blyth in Northumberland

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Blyth, Northumberland. One of the oddities here is an l8th-century lighthouse, once on the shore, and now stranded in the rear of a terrace of houses. Blyth rose to prominence as a coal-shipping port and ship-building centre in the late 19th century. It never became a seaside resort like some of its northern neighbours, although it has developed a 3 mile stretch of sands which, in 1795, accommodated 7,000 horse and foot soldiers in a fine parade inspected by the Dukes of York and Gloucester under the eyes of 30,000 spectators. The Royal Earsdon Sword Dancers of Blyth perform the “rapper” or short sword dance adapted from a Viking rite. Rappers were used in the early coal-mines and the five dancers, fiddler and two clowns dress somewhat like pitmen of 150 years ago.

Nearby cities: Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Nearby towns: Ashington, Bedlington, Cramlington, Morpeth, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Whitley Bay

Nearby villages: Backworth, Bebside, Berwick Hill, Bothal, Cambois, Choppington, Cowpen, Cresswell, Cullercoats, Dinnington, Dudley, Earsdon, Fenrother, Forest Hall, Gosforth, Hartley, Heaton, Hebron, Hepscott, High Heaton, Hirst, Jesmond, Kenton, Killingworth, Longbenton, Longhirst, Lynemouth, Mitford, Monkseaton, Murton, Newburn, Newsham, North Shields, Pegswood, Ponteland, Seaton Burn, Seaton Delaval, Seaton Sluice, Seghill, Shiremoor, South Shields, Stannington, Throckley, Tynemouth, Ulgham, Wallsend, West Chevington, Widdrington, Willington Quay, Woodhorn, Woolsington

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The Oddfellows Arms B&B
We are a friendly and welcoming family run B&B and pub. Located in Blyth town centre near the quayside, ideal for trips to the Northumbria coast or Newcastle city centre, and single traveller friendly.