A great social space to relax and dine in
A cosy lounge to play games and catch up in
A great place to enjoy a morning coffee
Large double bedroom with Ensuite
Plenty of storage for all
Enjoy breakfast in bed
Bright double bedroom with ensuite
With a period feature fireplace
Twin room
Twin room
View of property
1 / 14  A great social space to relax and dine in
2 / 14  A cosy lounge to play games and catch up in
3 / 14  A great place to enjoy a morning coffee
4 / 14  Large double bedroom with Ensuite
5 / 14  Plenty of storage for all
6 / 14  Enjoy breakfast in bed
7 / 14  Bright double bedroom with ensuite
8 / 14  With a period feature fireplace
9 / 14  Bathroom
10 / 14  Twin room
11 / 14  Bathroom
12 / 14  Twin room
13 / 14  Landing
14 / 14  View of property

High Tide Hideaway

Tynemouth, Newcastle
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Spacious seaside property located close to the golden sands of Longsands Beach
  • Close to the amenities in the popular village of Tynemouth
  • Home from home dog-friendly accommodation
  • Access to Newcastle city centre via the nearby Metro or a 15-20 minute drive
  • Discount to the nearby Blue Reef Aquarium for family days out
  • Other local attractions include Whitley Bay, mini golf and the station’s craft markets
Property code: CN125

Close to the award winning beach and all local amenities, as well as bustling Newcastle city centre, this is the perfect choice for friends or family holidays and business trips alike.

Everyone loves Tynemouth!! The beautiful, bustling and popular coastal town of Tynemouth on the north east coastline offers a perfect blend of shoes-off, walk in the sand and paddle, surf dudes and sea fun alongside the more cosmopolitan, trendy, village-feel lifestyle. Tynemouth offers a great range of independent shops, bars, restaurants, coffee houses, art galleries and of course, the not to be missed weekly quirky craft markets set inside the historic train station, all within easy walking distance.

Longsands Lodge is the perfect option for a memorable holiday with a group of friends, a get together with the family, or while visiting extended family living in the North East , as well as for discerning business travellers looking for true, homestyle comforts and the convenience of easy access to the city centre.

The house is a spacious, seaside property ideally located close to the golden, sands of Longsands Blue Flag beach and all the amenities in the popular coastal village of Tynemouth. With 5 generous bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms plus an additional cloakroom with wc, this detached property would suit families and larger parties of up to 10 people, as well as business colleagues looking for excellent, home from home style accommodation with plenty of added extras. Longsands Lodge is dog friendly too and the nearby beach is just perfect for dog walkers, where you and your pooch are all sure to make new friends! Try a nice coffee or have tasty breakfast at the excellent beach cafe, where you can relax indoors or outdoors and enjoy some people watching on the beach.

The house offers free guest Wi-Fi and off-road parking for up to 2 cars. Access to Newcastle city centre is easy, via the nearby Metro station (250 meters from the house) or a 15-20 minute drive.

Choosing to stay at Longsands Lodge means you will have access to a range of Exclusive Offers off a variety of local attractions, including 10% off the must-see English Heritage managed, cliff-top Priory and Castle in Tynemouth, perched on top of the cliffs and this makes for a lovely walk too! We also offer you a discount to The Blue Reef Aquarium which is also nearby and offers great fun for all the family. Other local attractions include the weekend craft markets at the Victorian station, the gorgeous beaches of Cullercoats Bay, Whitley Bay and King Edward’s Bay and the recently opened Lost World Adventure mini golf - watch out for the Dinosaurs!!. Take a walk along Longsands beach, watching the surfers take to the waves all year round!! and enjoy a hot chocolate and bacon sandwich at Crusoe’s Cafe on the beach. During your stay, why not try one of the locally renowned fish restaurants at North Shields famous Fish market! The River Cafe and the award winning Quay Taphouse are lovely!

The Mouth of the Tyne festival (great live music and events) takes place every July, as well as a beach volleyball tournament and the Newcastle Falcons Rugby team hold an annual touch rugby event too.

This cottage accepts up to three dogs

Dog Owners: Please Note: From May to September, the beach is open to dogs at the far end only (not the Crusoes café end).

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £200 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 5 bedrooms 5 doubles (4 of which can be made up as twins)
  • Bathrooms 1 shower room and WC, 2 bathrooms with shower over the bath with WC
  • Double electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine
  • Tumble dryer in utility room
  • TV in the lounge
  • Central heating and electric included
  • Pubs and shops within walking distance
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • iPod docking station
  • Games, books and films in the lounge
  • Bed linen included
  • 3 dogs welcome

The house is ideally located just half a mile from the golden sands of Long Sands Beach, which has developed a national reputation as a surf destination and has staged national championships. It is a great place to learn to surf with lessons and board hire available. King Edward's Bay is also within half a mile; a small sandy bay enclosed by cliffs and grassy banks, perfect for a family day out. The house is set in the historic town of Tynemouth, which has some fabulous attractions, great shopping and a vibrant nightlife. The dramatic Tynemouth Priory & Castle dominates the headland. The site dates back centuries and is the burial place of Saints and Kings of the old Kingdom of Northumbria. For something more cosmopolitan, you can be in one of the UK's largest cities, Newcastle, in around 30 minutes if you take the metro from Tynemouth.

This property is personally managed by Marie.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Denise 24th May 2019

Lovely flat over the shops near the high street and metro. Home baked scones and fruit very welcoming.

Reviewed by Carrie F 14th January 2018

Clean as described and a perfect location. Lovely welcome pack and able to contact owners if needed Tynemouth is a real gem. People are so lovely.

Reviewed by Eileen D 11th August 2017

Good size, plenty of bathrooms. Safe place for the cars. Everything we had requested was there - stair gates, cot, high chair. Lovely homemade scones an fruit on arrival - very welcoming. Longsands Lodge was an ideal place for our family of three generations, 9 of us including 4 children from 19 months to eight. The rooms were spacious and the housRead moree cosy. It is very close to the beach and within walking distance of a play park with cafe, Tynemouth Priory and the Blue Reef sea life centre. Public transport is good with frequent buses to Whitley Bay and a nearby metro station for Newcastle, North and South Shields. Hide

Reviewed by Ann B 27th March 2017

Longsands Lodge provided comfortable accommodation and was like home from home. Everything was clean and tidy. All appliance worked. The fresh scones and bowl of fruit on arrival made one feel very welcome.

Reviewed by Sally R

Large enough for our family group. Central location within Tynemouth. Very comfy, spacious flat, with easy access to shops, metro station and sea front.

Reviewed by Lesley F

We were thrilled with all the space and how well equipped it was, very well equipped lots of thoughtful touches. Perfect place to stay for a family wedding at the Grand sleeps 10 very comfortably.Great area to explore something for everyone.

Reviewed by Linda C

Spacious. All as described. Bedrooms good size. Bathrooms spacious. Clean and welcoming. Could see the sea from kitchen window. Welcoming scones and basket of fruit plus handwritten note was lovely. Tynemouth on the doorstep was great. Raspberry Bazaar was a great shop! People were so friendly. Used cottage for all of our family to stay together - Read morelovely. From Newcastle originally so great to walk around Tynemouth and visit old haunts. Hide

Reviewed by Helen L

I recently stayed at Longsands Lodge with some friends for a post-wedding hen weekend. The lodge was brilliantly located, spacious and well kitted out. Everything we needed for the weekend was there, add in some food and a couple of glasses of prosecco and the best weekend was had by all. Only a short walk from the beach and with great links into tRead morehe city centre, I'd recommend this lodge. It comfortably held 7 girls and there were no issues with getting ready or showers - which could have been the case with so many ladies in the lodge! The lodge has excellent accommodation, a large kitchen area with all the mod cons and the scones on arrival tasted lovely and kept us going all weekend! Overall, a brilliant venue and a great place to go and stay, lots to do in Tynemouth and early evening walks along the beach are great! Hide

Reviewed by Ann P

Spacious, plenty of seating. Rooms nicely laid out with clean cotton linen. And a welcome box of scones. The zip link beds make it excellent for a family gathering with couples and singles. Tynemouth Priory (English Heritage) is worth a visit.

Reviewed by Yvonne D

As described, very clean, great facilities and great location. Tynemouth is a great coastal village and this large cottage is ideal for larger groups; clean, spacious and well equipped. Lovely beaches and in the town Davanti Italian was good value and great quality.

Reviewed by Patrick D

We stayed for just under a week at Christmas 2015. The accommodation is very adequate, lots of room, clean, well appointed and very well looked after. We locked ourselves out within minutes of arriving and the owners were able to get a spare set of keys to us in less than half an hour. They also had put a Christmas tree in the lounge with a few othRead moreer decorations which was a lovely touch. There was also fruit and home-made scones left for us which were very welcome. These things made us feel very welcome. It is a five minute walk from a fabulous beach especially if you have dogs (some restrictions apply in the summer). I would recommend this property to anyone. The accommodation was well described and the service whenever I telephoned was efficient and courteous. Hide

Reviewed by Robert C

The cottage was perfect and Tynemouth is a lovely place for a short break.

Reviewed by Rosemay S

The cottage was just right for a family group of 10 including 3 year old + 2 babies. Age range 9 months to 76 years. Convenient for shops, cafes and beaches.

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A great social space to relax and dine in
A cosy lounge to play games and catch up in
A great place to enjoy a morning coffee
Large double bedroom with Ensuite
Plenty of storage for all
Enjoy breakfast in bed
Bright double bedroom with ensuite
With a period feature fireplace
Twin room
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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.

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