A short walk from the beach, harbour and close to the local attractions, this inviting cottage for up to four has plenty to offer including a wood-burning stove and contemporary interior to ensure a memorable stay.
Situated in Seahouses village, this light and airy property is only a short walk from the shops, harbour and beach. This inviting cottage has plenty of character and charm having been renovated with bright, fresh, contemporary décor. There is a warming wood burning stove in the lounge, as well as electric heating throughout, making the cottage an ideal choice for a break all year round. This cosy, stone-built cottage is steeped in history dating back to the 18th Century. The cottage was formerly known as The Badger pub during the 1800s and still retains much of its original character today. The property benefits from off-street, allocated parking for one car while the main street of Seahouses is just a few metres' walk and where you can find a wide variety of food and craft shops, friendly pubs and restaurants, as well as the bustling harbour, beautiful beach and coastal paths.
Enter the cottage through the rear door directly into the utility room with a washer/dryer. This leads into the kitchen which is equipped with electric oven and hob, a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and cafetière. A small step takes you down to the bright and fresh dining room with a large table, comfortable chairs and a feature fireplace. Across the hallway, you will find the lounge with a comfy sofa and two armchairs. You can spend a cosy evening in front of the wood burning stove and watch TV or a DVD. There is a small selection of films, books and a variety of games to keep the whole family entertained. On the first floor, there are two generous size bedrooms; a master with king-size bed, two bedside tables with drawers, a double wardrobe and hairdryer. The second bedroom has two single beds, a wardrobe and chest of drawers and the spacious bathroom has a shower over bath and WC.
There is an allocated parking space for one car at the side of the cottage. Please note, there is no outdoor space here however, the beach, harbour and coastal paths are a just a short walk from the cottage.
If you want to explore the fabulous sights of Northumberland, this is the perfect base for up to four people. You can catch one of the many boat trips to the Farne Islands from the harbour, walk along the coastal paths or take a short drive and explore nearby Bamburgh, Holy Island, Beadnell, Craster, Embleton and Low Newton. For castle lovers, why not visit Alnwick, Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh and Warkworth Castles.