Blyth Beach Huts, the only ones in Northumberland, were built in 2008 in two rows of ten to replace the old 1950’s huts which fell into disrepair and were knocked down in the ’90’s.
They are built from reclaimed timber on foundations made from the concrete slabs which came from the old promenade, and have sedum roofs. Most of the huts are let on an annual basis in the season, but two are available for day hire. No fires, no barbecues, no smoking, no noise, no dogs . . . . you know the score