Front entrance
With small, well-equipped kitchen
Traditional wood burning stove
Dine in for 2
Bright double bedroom
Fully tiled shower room
Stroll to the harbour nearby
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2 / 10  With small, well-equipped kitchen
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4 / 10  Traditional wood burning stove
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6 / 10  Dine in for 2
7 / 10  Bright double bedroom
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9 / 10  Fully tiled shower room
10 / 10  Stroll to the harbour nearby

Little Flores Cottage

Seahouses, Northumberland
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Traditional stone cottage for romantic getaways for two
  • Refurbished for the 2020 season
  • Located in a quiet corner at the heart of Seahouses village
  • A short walk from the harbour, shops, restaurants and cafes
  • Boat trips to the Farne Islands available locally
  • Excellent walks along the coastal paths and beaches 
  • Close to Bamburgh beach and castle
  • Ideally situated for relaxing and exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders
Property code: CN123

This small, white-washed traditional stone cottage is a welcoming seaside getaway for couples.

This small, white washed traditional stone cottage is a welcoming seaside getaway for a couple looking to spend some holiday time close to the beaches in our beautiful Northumberland. Located in the centre of the much loved village of Seahouses, Little Flores Cottage is only a very short walk to the harbour front, the beaches, all the shops, restaurants, take-aways, bars, coffee houses and much more. Seahouses is the central hub for taking a boat trip to see the birds and wildlife On The Farne Islands and you can walk along the lovely, coastal path to Bamburgh beach to visit Bamburgh Castle, spend time in the attractive village and visit the Grace Darling Museum while you are there. With WiFi and a cosy, open fire, this cottage offers very comfortable holiday accommodation for two in a central, coastal location.

Please note, that for a larger group, this cottage can be booked alongside its sister cottage next door, Flores Cottage with 2 bedrooms.

Parking: You cannot park outside at this cottage however, you can unload and load there and then there is a permit provided for parking one car in Seahouses main car park round the corner from the cottage. Please note that this parking permit can also be used in any of the paid Northumberland County car parks - providing a great saving! NB Please note: Some free short stay car parks require a parking disc. The permit will be left for you in the cottage.

There is no outside space with this cottage and no views however, as we have mentioned, you are in a good, central location with easy access to the harbour, beach and all the village amenities; shops, restaurants pubs and takeaways.

This cottage welcomes up to 2 medium/large or 3 small well-behaved dogs.

Bed linen, towels, heating and hot water is included.

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

  • 1 bedrooms 1 double
  • 1 bathroom, fully tiled with shower, wash basin and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine
  • Traditional wood burning stove with a initial supply of logs provided (for bookings between 1st October and 30th March)
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric heating, hot water and electric included
  • Cafes, pubs and shops within walking distance
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Welcome pack included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Parking permit for use in Seahouses’ main car park and any of the Northumberland County Council managed car parks during your stay

This property is personally managed by Emma.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 23 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Clive 17th December 2019

Nice quiet cottage, very easy walk to amenities and seafront. A good retreat and a perfect base to explore the area. The cottage owner was helpful and easy to deal with.

Reviewed by Anne 28th September 2019

This is a delightful little cottage for two. Very cosy and allows 2 dogs which was great for us. It is situated just off the main street so close to all the fabulous restaurants, pubs and shops. We found the old railway line that provides a great circular walk back along the stunning beach. There is no outside space but we didn't find it a problem Read moremight miss that in a hot summer day though. We'll definitely go back. Hide

Reviewed by Irene 24th August 2019

The cottage is perfect for 2 people. Good sized living and bedroom. Lots of hot water. The kitchen is well stocked . The shops are a 2 minute walk. Parking was easy. Lots of walks can be done straight from the cottage. The bus stop is also very close. I went to Berwick for a day. Like being on a tour bus. Excellent views!

Reviewed by Claire 17th August 2019

When we first arrived we were a bit disappointed as the cotrage is very small but once we were settled we found the cottage had everything we needed. In a good location. The bed was very comfortable which is always a bonus.

Reviewed by David 20th July 2019

This fairly basic but comfortable cottage is in a convenient location at the top of the town, adjacent to the Links Hotel (which serves good meals, and allows parking to unload and load). A permit for the large car park at the other end of town is provided, with the bonus of being able to park in other Council car parks in Northumberland. The kitchRead moreen is small but well equipped. The bathroom urgently needs improvement. Hide

Reviewed by Marion 13th July 2019

Lovely small dog friendly cottage in a quiet corner and dog friendly. The kitchen was more than adequate though we didnt cook at all. It was good to have a few starter things left for us. Thankyou. Lovely cosy lounge to relax in after long days out. Couldnt get Wi Fi. The shower over the bath was good and provision of lovely thick bath towel was goRead moreod. We would certainly love to return in the future. Hide

Reviewed by Hayley 1st June 2019

The living room and bedroom were comfortable and the heating in the living room and bedroom kicked in quickly. The property accepts dogs but note that there isn't a garden so you will have to walk your dog for it's toilet needs. The location is in the centre of Seahouses and you are given a pass to park for free in a car park a short walk away whicRead moreh is clearly stated when booking so that wasn't a problem. Hide

Reviewed by Susan 25th May 2019

Seahouses is a great central location from which one can explore miles of glorious beaches in either direction. The town is a bit charmless, but the food shops are excellent. Little Flores is situated close to the centre and with easy access to Bamburgh and Beadnel.

Reviewed by Nicola 6th April 2019

The cottage is very centrally located which made for easy access to the shops and a 10 minute walk to the beach but would be a disappointment in the summer months as sadly there is absolutely no outside space .

Reviewed by Linda 23rd March 2019

A small cottage but well-equipped. Although no "views" from the cottage it was in a location convenient for town centre, harbour and beach.

Reviewed by Suzanne 3rd December 2018

Close to the centre and harbour. Stairs narrow and steep . Situated behind car park for a cafe and hotel. Could hear car doors . You have to park the car out of sight in public carpark , a few minutes walk away. Lovely pub, Bamburgh castle Inn, great food, dog friendly. Nice little retreat.

Reviewed by Michael 11th August 2018

We enjoyed our week-long stay in Little Flores Cottage, finding it comfortable, clean and reasonably well-equipped. On the downside, the lack of a parking space (a permit is provided for the public car park) or any kind of view is something to bear in mind.

Reviewed by Mark 4th August 2018

Little Flores cottage had a specious front room and bedroom, it was clean and dry and had a washing machine, microwave TV, DVD Player, WIFI, iron and ironing board. Everything you should expect from a holiday cottage. Complementary annual parking pass for all Northumberland Council Car Parks a bonus. There was a very small court yard, accessible thRead morerough the adjacent garden (Flores Cottage), not really suitable for a dog. Bathroom was tired..... Would I return - No 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.

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