Open-plan lounge-diner with rural views
Enjoy the wood burning stove with a cuppa
Dine in style
Contemporay and chic kitchen
Contemporay and chic kitchen
Twin bedroom
Double bedroom
Family bathroom
View of the property
1 / 10  Open-plan lounge-diner with rural views
2 / 10  Enjoy the wood burning stove with a cuppa
3 / 10  Lounge
4 / 10  Dine in style
5 / 10  Contemporay and chic kitchen
6 / 10  Contemporay and chic kitchen
7 / 10  Twin bedroom
8 / 10  Double bedroom
9 / 10  Family bathroom
10 / 10  View of the property

Newton Halt North

Nr Embleton, Northumberland
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Stylishly presented coastal cottage decorated in a Scandinavian beach hut style
  • Contemporary and open-plan accommodation for relaxing family or couples’ getaways
  • Suntrap patio with views of the fields and woodland beyond
  • Within walking distance of local amenities
  • 15 minutes south of Seahouses and its regular boat trips to the Farne Islands
  • Well-situated for daytrips to the area's top visitor attractions
Property code: CN131

This timber-clad cottage offers contemporary Scandi-inspired accommodation in a peaceful setting.

Beach hut-style, board-clad cottage: perfect for beach cricket by day and dark skies gazing at night. Just a two minute walk to the friendly village pub with open fire. Six minutes drive to Low Newton by the sea and one of the Sunday Times top three, best UK seaside fish restaurants with its own micro-brewery (The Ship Inn) and its fabulous beach situation overlooking Dunstanburgh Castle. Even closer is the glorious Joiners Arms gastro pub at Newton and nearby beautiful Beadnell Bay with miles of white sands, perfect for picnics, surfing, sea kayaking and beach cricket. Or,drive south just 5 miles to The Jolly Fisherman gastro pub at Craster’s harbour village. All these fabulous hosteleries are child and dog friendly.

Fifteen minutes north is Seahouses with regular boats to the Farne Islands. Dolphins, puffins and seals are regularly seen in this area of outstanding natural beauty. The market town of Alnwick with numerous local shops, famous Castle gardens, Barter Books and supermarkets is only fifteen minutes drive away.

This property has been fully refurbished to a high specification with both sound and thermal insulation. It has a stylish Scandinavian style modern interior with comfortable child-friendly leather couches, 40-inch wall mounted smart TV, Wi-fi and internet. The cottage is centrally heated throughout and also has a log burning stove.

Outside there is a seating area suntrap with field and woodland views which is great for barbecues. Attractive walks can be accessed directly from the cottage. There is a lockable hut for storing surfboards, wetsuits and bikes as well as off-road parking for 2 cars. The cottage is situated off a small private cul-de-sac.

This cottage also welcomes up to 2 well-behaved dogs at no extra charge.

Larger Groups: If you’re holidaying with a larger party (up to 10 guests), Newton Halt North has a sister cottage which sleeps up to 6 and is located next door.

Newton Halt lies adjacent to the railway line and about 100 yards from a level crossing with services up until about 11pm. However, the cottage has both modern sound and thermal insulation and is priced sensibly to reflect its situation. Notwithstanding it enjoys a great location with field and woodland views on the beautiful Northumberland Heritage coastline.

Bed linen, towels, heating and hot water are all included

  • 2 bedrooms 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom with shower over the bath
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave and fridge
  • Wood burner
  • Enclosed garden
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Bed linen included
  • Central heating and electric included
  • 2 well-behaved dogs welcome
  • TV in the lounge
  • Property lies adjacent to the railway line and about 100 yards from a level crossing with services up until about 11pm. However, the cottage has both modern sound and thermal insulation

This property is personally managed by Nicola.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 28 guest ratings

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Reviewed by James 3rd August 2019

Great location, well maintained, well equipped and comfortable cottage. Perfect base for exploring and nice enough to spend the day in if the weather drives you inside

Reviewed by Andy 13th July 2019

Great location for accessing local attractions. Very friendly pub round the corner. However, the frequent passage of high speed trains, sometimes two at a time, was very disturbing. Like an earthquake. It shook the chair and rattled the glasses. The enclosed garden is not accessible directly from the house, so was inconvenient with a dog.

Reviewed by Colleen 22nd June 2019

Lovely clean, modern, comfortable cottage in a nice setting. There are trains running frequently directly behind & the cottage shakes when they pass but they stop at night & once we were used to them it didn't really bother us. Dog owners beware - the enclosed garden is not directly accessible from the cottage door. You will need to put them on a lRead moreead to take them to the garden. The road is very close to the cottage door & the area not enclosed. Hide

Reviewed by Nicola 12th June 2019

Lovely little holiday let comfortable and clean

Reviewed by Jack 25th May 2019

Very well appointed cottage. Clean, bright and airy, with a nice outside seating area. But be aware that it is just a few feet from the East Coast Mainline railway, which has many trains passing every hour, and through the night. Despite the double glazing they make quite a noise, and vibration in the cottage. The kids found it quite fun at first, Read morebut it was a disturbance in the night and early mornings. Hide

Reviewed by James 4th May 2019

Newton Halt North is set in a small quiet village about one and a half miles from Embleton but, because they have the road closed for construction traffic this now means you have to go a further half mile along the road and back on yourself making it a two and a half miles instead. The cottage is next to a railway line and the bedroom rumbles a bitRead more when a freight train goes past. You get used to this. There is a pub called the Blink Bonny two minutes away which is nice. We enjoyed our stay. Hide

Reviewed by Sarah 20th April 2019

Property suited our needs ideally. Perfect for 3 and a small dog! Everything was present that we could have wished for & the welcome package was a lovely touch. The only less than positive thing was the proximity to the railway, right at the back of the property. The trains flew by very often and even at night. Maybe if we had stayed longer than 5 Read morenights we mighthave got used to them. Shame as the property has a beautiful country outlook & is ideally situated, a short drive to very pretty plac Hide

Reviewed by Anita 17th September 2018

A lovely fresh and airy cottage, in a quiet village but you have to get used to the trains passing at the rear. Ideal for the train enthusiast. Very central to the coast and not too far away from places of interest to visit.

Reviewed by Vs 25th March 2018

Weve just returned from a wonderful 3 night stay here. My daughter now calls it her holiday home! Such a great find for anyone with a dog too as theyre some lovely local walks close by. The accommodation has all the mod cons, well equipped kitchen with everything you need, very comfy beds, and amazing views. The beach is a short drive down the roadRead more with 2 fantastic pubs. Whilst Bamburgh and Alnwick are is also only a 10-15 minute drive away. This is now my new favourite place to go away and shall definitely be returning! Hide

Reviewed by Lisa D 14th February 2018

The cottage was very cosy, especially with the wood burner. Very nicely decorated and furnished. Very happy with the cleanliness and facilities.A lovely dog and family friendly cottage, close to Newton by the Sea which is a fab little beach. Can highly recommend the Joiners Arms for food and service. Alnwick nearby for shopping/pubs/fish & chips. ARead morelso visited Holy Island. Hide

Reviewed by Lucy W 2nd January 2018

Great cottage, great location, great stay!

Reviewed by Katie C 27th December 2017

Great little cottage with a lovely view and log burner. Great location to visit villages and beaches and pubs. Would love to stay again in the summer :) very comfortable.

Reviewed by Stewart P 14th October 2017

Very pleasant cottage modern kitchen & bathroom, tastefully decorated throughout. Clean & Tidy. Ideal location for visiting local coastal villages & rural Northumberland

Reviewed by Susan W 30th September 2017

Newton Halt North is a clean, welcoming and well-equipped cottage with easy access to several lovely beaches, all dog friendly. The proximity to the railway line wasn't a problem for us.

Reviewed by Russell S 19th August 2017

Newton Halt North gives a very good first impression with good quality bedding and furnishings. The smart TV and WiFi were great for a family. The log burner was lovely as was shower.

Reviewed by Michele F 12th August 2017

Newton Halt North is a lovely cottage, very clean and plenty of room in the cottage very peaceful apart from the trains but you soon forget about them.

Reviewed by Sylvain N 5th August 2017

Newton Halt North had everything, the comfort, the location, the cleanliness, everything was perfect. This was our first visit in Northumberland and we really enjoyed our stay at Low Newton cottage. We'd love to come back some time soon.

Reviewed by Rozanna O 13th July 2017

The cottage is lovely. Great views we saw a barn owl nightly and a sparrowhawk daily hunting. Noise didn't bother us from trains rather fascinated the kids. Farne islands trips are a must we all loved that.

Reviewed by Victoria T 3rd June 2017

Newton halt north is a lovely cottage, well suited to 4 persons. Had everything we needed and is very conveniently located near major attractions. We very much enjoyed Alnwick Castle and Gardens and the Serenity Boat Cruise round the Farne Islands from Seahouses. Be aware that the only place we could not take our dog was Alnwick Castle and Gardens,Read more everywhere else was very dog friendly and beaches open to dogs all year round. We used Baseys Doggy Day Care rather than leave the dog in the cottage. Very helpful and friendly. Would definitely return to this cottage. Hide

Reviewed by Jillian And James B 17th April 2017

In nice location. Everything very clean and tidy. Cottage just as described with everything we needed. Situated in a very pretty village close to many attractions, close to the sea and many pretty walks.

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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.

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