Situated close to a traditional harbour in a picturesque coastal village, this lovely cottage makes a fantastic base for exploring the beautiful coastline and countryside of Northumberland.
Located just a few streets away from the traditional harbour in Seahouses, 1 Weatherley Street offers beautifully renovated, self-catering holiday accommodation for up to four guests. Downstairs benefits from a lovely, spacious open plan living, dining and kitchen area, all finished to a very high standard and boasting excellent facilities. The kitchen and dining area offer the perfect space to cook, entertain and enjoy meals together and through in the lounge you can relax after a day out and about exploring Northumberland on two comfortable sofas in front of a cosy, wood burning stove. There is a SMART TV for your entertainment and free Wi-Fi. There are two bedrooms, one double with en-suite bathroom and a twin room, both are very comfortable with high quality linen and wall mounted TVs. In addition to the master bedroom en-suite bathroom, there is a separate shower room.
1 Weatherley Street would suit a family or small group of friends and for those odd rainy days, there is still plenty to do, including a full size table tennis table and dart board in the garage. As well as being a lovely cottage to stay in, it is also a fantastic base from which to explore the beautiful coastline and countryside of Northumberland.
Seahouses offers visitors a range of shops, coffee houses, restaurants and pubs as well as popular boat trips to the Farne Islands, some fantastic fish and chip shops and a golf course. Nearby, Beadnell is just a 5 minute drive away and is often known as the quieter cousin of Seahouses, with a beautiful, horse shoe shaped bay which is just stunning at any time of year and a range of water sports are available throughout the summer months! Bamburgh is another popular and historic coastal village a short drive from Seahouses where the iconic castle is visited by tourists from across the world. There is always plenty to do here including a visit to The Copper Kettle Tearooms, renowned as one of the finest in the country, a butchers selling famous Bamburgh Bangers, the stunning beach, popular with surfers, kite flyers and The Grace Darling RNLI Museum which documents her heroic rescue of sailors stranded at sea. Just over half an hour away by car is the magical Holy Island of Lindisfarne, accessible at low tide (make sure you check the times before you visit), and brimming with history and is home to a nature reserve which protects rare bird species.
Further inland from the coast Northumberland still has plenty to offer its visitors. Alnwick has its famous Castle where Harry Potter was filmed, and Alnwick Gardens offers a great day out for the whole family. Chillingham Castle is steeped in ghostly tales and of course, the Cheviot Hills, which offer some of the most breath-taking walking opportunities.
There is so much to see and do in Northumberland, you are sure to fall in love with it, if you haven’t already!