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Coble Cottage

Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Quaint in seaside fishing town Newbiggin-by-the-sea, sleeping four guests in comfort
  • Within walking distance of the local beach, and handy amenities
  • Close to Sean Henry's famous 'couple' statue and other local landmarks of interest
  • Near to Newcastle City Centre for evening entertainment, shopping and culture
  • Cosy home-from-home feel throughout the property for enhanced relaxation
  • Beautiful log effect electric fire and suntrap patio garden for a restful break
Property code: CN058

This beautifully refurbished terrace property sleeping four guests is ideally located near the centre of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.

Coble Cottage is a beautifully refurbished, terrace property in the seaside town of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea which boasts an important fishing history and where still today, there is a small fishing port which makes use of traditional coble boats. This coastal cottage offers superb, spacious holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests in 3 bedrooms. With excellent facilities including free guest Wi-Fi. With a large lounge, dining room and fully equipped, modern kitchen, plus 3 bedrooms and a good size family bathroom.

Coble Cottage is only a minute’s walk from the stunning bay and beach where you can walk along the longest promenade in Northumberland which skirts the beach. The Maritime Centre (museum, cafe and gallery) and Golf Course with breath taking coastal views are also a stone’s throw away, Sean Henry’s much loved offshore sculpture called Couple is located in the bay and birdwatching, fishing, sailing and other water sports are available nearby. The village amenities include pub restaurants, Italian and Indian restaurants, coffee shops and of course, fish and chip shops which must be sampled!

From here you can explore the rest of this stunning heritage coastline with Cresswell, Druridge, Embleton, Craster, Seahouses and Bamburgh to the North and Blyth, Whitley Bay and Tynemouth to the South.

Newcastle’s vibrant city centre is also less than 17 miles (30 minutes) by car.

  • Bedrooms 1 king-size, 2 singles
  • 1 bathroom with separate shower, large corner bath and toilet
  • Electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer and microwave
  • Electric and gas included
  • Less than 1 mile to beach, bay, shops and pubs
  • Large selection of games
  • Electric flame effect fire
  • Bed linen included
  • Central heating and electric included
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi included
  • Regret no pets
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants within walking distance

This property is personally managed by Nicola.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Ana L 16th December 2017

Coble is a very well equipped cottage, close to all amenities, the bus stop and the co op shop is also near and has everything that you need and just 2 minutes from the beach where you can go for lovely walks.

Reviewed by Hannah D 29th October 2017

Coble had everything that we needed, including small details, welcome basket, dishwasher tablets etc. Which was lovely. Wee had lovely walks at Ingram Valley, particularly the waterfall at Linhope spout, and also Hareshaw Linn - also an amazing waterfall. Plessey woods country park was great for an afternoon walking with small children as the riverRead more is shallow enough in places to wade in wellies. Hide

Reviewed by Deborah C 24th October 2017

Coble cottage was fabulous. All the area of Northumberland should be travelled near or far everything about is exquisite and rare and should be explore and that is what we are doing and yet it is lovely to do memory lane in this area always.

Reviewed by Steve D 7th October 2017

Coble Cottage was very spacious and well equipped. The heating was effective and it was easy to get comfortable. The cottage is very close to local shops including a Co-op to get provisions. Pubs and restaurants are very close too. Being only a couple of minutes walk from the sea-front with a long prom was an added bonus. The information folder wasRead more very comprehensive and included details of some lovely walks. There are several National Trust properties nearby which we enjoyed, in particular Cragside (magnificent grounds with lots of well sign-posted trails), Wallington and Seaton Delaval. The coastal walk at Craster was beautiful and the Shoreline Cafe there is recommended. Coble Cottage is a great base from which to explore the local area. Highly recommended. Hide

Reviewed by Jill R 30th September 2017

Coble is a comfortable cottage in Newbiggin on Sea proved to be an ideal base for visiting castles and forts in the North East. The cottage was immaculately clean and thoughtfully stocked. The owners had included extras such as a packet of biscuits, coffee etc. Bamburgh Castle was a most enjoyable day out as was our visit to Chesters. We used seveRead moreral of the discount vouchers and had a particularly good meal at The Jolly Fisherman, Craster. It was good to return to our well equipped cottage at the end of the day and enjoy all the comforts of home. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely book again soon! Hide

Reviewed by Alison H 25th August 2017

The cottage is an excellent size for a family of four, providing comfortable accommodation and a lovely view past the lifeboat station to the sea. The downstairs has double doors between the lounge and kitchen/dining area, so it can be all open plan, or kept separate if required. We found this a good feature as we could keep an eye on our children Read morereally easily. The washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher made life simpler! Shops for basic food supplies, a playground and the beach all in very close proximity. There was also a range of takeaways, restaurants and pubs readily to hand. The walk along the promenade is enjoyable, giving good views of The Couple. The local church on the cliff top is well worth a visit, but only opens a few days a week. Out of Newbiggin, there is plenty to do. We particularly enjoyed Woodhorn, Warkworth Castle and Seven Stories in Newcastle (surprisingly straightforward to drive to). Lovely beaches at Druridge Bay, Blyth, Seaton Sluice and Low Newton (where the Ship Inn is highly recommended!). There are good playgrounds at Embleton, Seaton Sluice and Shiremoor Adventure Playground is amazing! We also enjoyed a boat trip around Coquet Island with Puffin Cruises sailing from Amble. We easily filled two weeks, and there were plenty of other things that we didn't fit in! For rainy days, Cramlington has swimming, Clip n Climb, a cinema, bowling and lots of shops (plus a Sainsbury's and M&S Food Hall for a more extensive food shopping experience). Good range of cottages available, booking was very straightforward. Great to be able to search for dog free accommodation! Hide

Reviewed by Stephen W 29th April 2017

Interior of property totally belies the exterior. Everything you need for indoor use and wet days. Beach is a 2 minute walk. Friendly neighbours. Parking not an issue but respect neighbours. Ideal for a quiet, relaxing, holiday but evidence this would be different on a sunny, School Summer holiday, day.

Reviewed by Les V 8th April 2017

A delightful cottage ideally situated for the excellent beach.

Reviewed by Anne G 1st January 2017

Coble Cottage is lovely, so clean, very comfortable, decorated really well, great nights sleep, loved the welcome basket, loved the Christmas decorations. I just loved everything, sea views from the kitchen and the back bedroom, very quiet, nice neighbours, Newbiggin is a lovely place to stay, especially if you are in Coble Cottage!

Reviewed by Morag G

Coble Cottage was very clean, comfortable and very nicely furnished. It was a real pleasure to stay there. It was very handy for walks along the shore and also for local shops etc.We have stayed in a lot of cottages in various places over the years and this has probably been our best experience.

Reviewed by Rachel R

Clean, warm, spacious. Had everything we needed plus more! Everywhere was clean. It has everything we needed. The booking process was very good. Excellent information given. Lovely cottage close to the beach. A very spacious cottage a stones throw away from the beach and the promenade. The location of the cottage is perfect for exploring thRead moree Northumberland coast. Hide

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

If you’re looking for a seaside holiday with a difference, visit Northumberland – a region brimming with beautiful golden, sandy beaches, rolling hills, craggy moorland, bustling market towns and fishing villages, and more castles than in any other county in England.

Situated in the North East of England, this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasts no less than 39 miles of unspoilt coastline to explore and a calendar packed with exhilarating water sports options. To indulge in a spot of surfing, kayaking or powerboating, take a trip to one of the many breath-taking Northumberland beaches - where dogs love a good walk and fresh local seafood is never far away.

Home to the awe-inspiring Cheviot Hills and the historical Hadrian’s Wall, the Northumberland National Park is renowned for its open spaces, award-winning Dark Skies and stunning rural backdrops - and is the least populated national park in Britain. Offering access to challenging hikes, horse-riding, rock-climbing and a multitude of other action-packed activities, the park is one of the region’s greatest draws.

There is a huge range of spectacular wildlife and sea life waiting to be sighted, whether you take a boat ride to the Farne Islands to admire the colony of Atlantic grey seals and puffins, or explore the Kielder Water and Forest Park, home to magnificent ospreys. If it’s history you’re looking for, the imposing Bamburgh Castle and the world-famous Alnwick Castle are undoubtedly worth a visit.

Alternatively, if you’re seeking the bright lights of a city adventure, Newcastle upon Tyne is the place to go. Here, you can experience world-class culture, outstanding attractions, superb shopping, impressive live shows, top entertainers and delicious cuisine in abundance.

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