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
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.