Christon Bank is just under 2 miles from Embleton, but there is another small village store and post office here.
It is located on the main road so you cannot miss it. As Embleton is very small, Londis is the only shop in the village itself and located on the front street.
Alternatively you can begin the walk from Embleton beach but Craster is well-worth a visit.
This walk sets foot from the fishing village of Craster, passing the mighty ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle and the long sweep of Embleton Sands before reaching the bay and village of Low Newton by the Sea.
They serve Lunch in the bar or evening meals either in the bar or in the Castle Grill Room.
The whole walk from Craster to Low Newton is 6 miles and will take a couple of hours.
They also do a great lunch option after a brisk walk on Embleton beach, and you can take your dog too! A small gift shop that also sells fresh coffee and home made cakes. It speaks for itself; Embleton beach is a great walk and you can reach Low Newton very easily from here too as the beaches are connected.
If you carry on driving south from Sunny Brae in Embleton, you will reach it – it’s an old barn converted into an interesting Aladdins cave of pretty gifts. Embleton beach can be accessed on foot along a country lane towards the Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club.
Booking is recommended on a Sunday for Sunday lunch.
They also offer a takeaway menu too, from fish and chips, rustic burgers and evening pizzas.