Welcoming seaside retreat in a quiet location with easy access to the stunning beaches and local pub and restaurants. Perfect for small families, couples or those travelling on their own and their dog.
Explore dramatic seascapes and fantastic beaches along the Northumberland Coast when staying in this charming coastal retreat, a happy holiday home with space for four guests to call their own. Situated in the much-loved village of Beadnell, this cottage sits within effortless reach of sandy beaches, bright blue seas and an abundance of seafront walking routes. Perfectly suited to a couple or small family hoping to explore the area on foot, the property also welcomes along one canine companion for dog-walking holidays and pet-friendly expeditions. Get stuck into the great outdoors throughout the day before heading home to retreat into comfort for the course of the evening.
Lovingly decorated with pastel accents and polished décor, this single-storey property offers a delightful space to call your own. Step inside to find a lounge/kitchen/dining area that'll offer a hub of relaxation throughout your stay. Here you can sink into comfortable seating options and switch on the Smart TV for an evening in, catching up on the programs you don't have time for during your everyday lives. An open plan living and dining area offers views of the pretty garden, an enclosed space where you can step out and dine alfresco whilst the sun goes down. Completing the property are two comfortable bedroom with fresh linens to sink into for a night of restful sleep. Completing the property is the family bathroom with bath, shower over the bath and WC.
With Beadnell’s pubs and cafes less than 0.5 miles and its sandy beach less than 1 mile, you can always enjoy the freedom of leaving the car behind when staying right here. Walk or drive to some of Northumberland’s neighbouring beauty spots, from Seahouses Harbour along the coast (2.5 miles) to fantastic Bamburgh (5.5 miles) slightly further away. Discover local history here with a visit to the Grace Darling Museum and the village’s famous castle before looking out to sea to spot the bobbing seals.