About this cottage
Allocated parking space
Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and toilet
4 Smugglers Cove is a lovely stone built cottage set in the coastal village of Beadnell. This comfortable home from home provides accommodation for up to six people in three bedrooms. The pubs, restaurants and the sweeping sands of Beadnell Bay are only a stone’s throw away and the village itself is a wonderful base in which to explore Northumberland. With a modern, fitted kitchen, central heating and double glazing this cosy, comfortable cottage is perfect for a summer or winter holiday or a short break at any time of year.
The bright and spacious open plan living and dining room is furnished with a leather sofa, easy chairs, a flat screen TV/DVD, a coffee table, and a dining table and seating for 6 people. The modern kitchen is fully equipped with all the mod cons including a dishwasher and washer /dryer. A bedroom with bunk beds and additional WC are also found downstairs. Upstairs the two main bedrooms both offer double beds, and the large family bathroom has a shower over the bath, washbasin, WC and heated towel rail.
Outside there is an allocated parking space in front of the cottage and an enclosed garden with space to sit out and relax.
Lounge/Dining Room: Comfortable leather sofa and easy chairs, flat screen TV, DVD player, dining table with seating for six.
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washer /dryer, oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge / freezer. All crockery and cutlery is provided. Iron and ironing board also provided.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, bedside tables with lamps, and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2: Double bed room, bedside tables with lamps, walk in wardrobe.
Bedroom 3: Bunk bed located downstairs (small room).
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Cloakroom: W.C., wash basin
Outside: There is allocated space for one vehicle in front of the cottage. There is an enclosed garden at the front of the cottage.
Beadnell is located on the North Northumberland coastline, about 3 miles south of Seahouses. It is well known for its sandy beaches, tranquility and superb scenery.
The historic village of Beadnell lies just a few miles east of the main A1 that links Edinburgh with Newcastle-upon-Tyne, but despite this, it remains off the beaten track and as a result has not been spoilt by over-development.
Beadnell is a peaceful village but benefits from a couple of good pubs, offering excellent food, an excelllent fish and chip shop and general store. The village provides an ideal central point from which to discover this fascinating and picturesque coastline