Holiday cottages & acommodation in Budle Bay
With stunning sea views and set in glorious rural surroundings, Budle Bay holiday cottages offer fantastic self-catering accommodation for couples, families and groups of friends looking to make the most of this stunning part of the Northumberland Coast. There’s a fabulous choice of holiday cottages, including beautiful barn conversions, traditional stone-built cottages, spacious farmhouses, former farm worker’s cottages, attractive lodges and stylish purpose-built holiday homes. Budle Bay cottages are ideal for visitors wanting to discover this delightful bay which has a sandy beach to the south. This is one of the more secluded beaches in the area, making it a perfect spot for birdwatching and dog walking, as well as a variety of water sports including windsurfing, kayaking and body boarding or just relaxing in the sun. Discover everything you need to know about Budle Bay in our guide.
Budle Bay forms part of the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, which also includes Holy Island, where you will find a wide range of wildfowl. As well as some lovely Budle Bay cottages, Northumberland is home to a glorious national park (16 miles) and a magnificent stretch of coastline that’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Along the coast, you can visit thriving fishing villages near our Northumberland cottages including Seahouses (5.5 miles), Beadnell (7 miles) and Craster (15 miles), all with a great choice of places to eat and drink. Some medieval castles still dominate the shoreline, including those at Dunstanburgh (18 miles) and the historic village of Bamburgh (2 miles). You can take a boat trip across to the Farne Islands or take part in numerous activities such as golf, fishing and cycling.