Blyth Boathouse is an exciting new development on the banks of the River Blyth combining a high class seafood restaurant and port heritage centre. It is part of Blyth Education and Community Hub (BEACH) which also includes a Marine Sciences building for Newcastle University, the Blyth Tall Ship heritage boat building workshop and a new quay wall hosting research and fishing vessels.
Why not pay us a visit.
Blyth Boathouse Restaurant offers a rich and memorable dining experience for Northumberland. Boasting a unique, warm and welcoming dining room with great service, stunning views and some of the finest seafood and British cuisine available. Our highly skilled and experienced chefs lovingly craft delicious dishes from only the finest produce including Northumberland reared meat and seafood fresh from the very boats that sail past the venue.Read More
Port Heritage Centre
The Port Heritage Centre for the first time provides a fascinating overview of the history of the Port of Blyth. A timeline around the walls takes visitors from it’s 12th Century origins to the present day, including the building of the first ‘Ark Royal’ and being the largest coal port in Europe! Watch out for our temporary exhibitions, developed by volunteers from Blyth Tall Ship, who are delving deeper into the Port archive. You could also consider joining them in this exciting work.Read More
News & Events
- 22.11.15 Great Day Out For Cub Scouts Read More
- 02.04.15 Blyth Tall Ship Announces Heritage Lottery Investment Read More
- 26.02.15 An Exhibition Of Blyth’s The Coal and Railway Heritage. May 2015. Read More
- 26.02.15 Visit The Workshop Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm Read More
- 28.01.15 Volunteer Archive Days Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4pm Read More
View an interactive live map and other information on shipping movements in Port of Blyth by clicking below.