This traditional yet contemporary-style cottage sits in an ideal Northumberland location. With history, wildlife and beaches at close by its a great base to explore the region from.
Situated in the heart of traditional, historic Seahouses, Puffin Cottage is located just a few steps from the bustling harbour in this truly picturesque seaside village. The main street is just a short stroll away where you can find a wide variety of shops, friendly pubs and restaurants.
If you want to explore the area, there is so much to see and do. You can catch one of the many boat trips to the nearby Farne Islands to see local wildlife such as puffins and seals and you can take a drive along the beautiful coast road to explore Bamburgh village with its magnificent Castle, cross the causeway to Holy Island, spend time on the beautiful beach at Beadnell, followed by lunch in one of the great places to eat there, drive a little south to Craster and see the charming harbour and walk the coastal path to Dunstanburgh Castle remains, play golf with breath-taking views and take a beach walk at Low Newton followed by lunch and a drink in the excellent Ship Inn with its own microbrewery!
Puffin Cottage has been recently renovated, yet still retains some of its traditional features, such as a narrow corridor off the kitchen where barrels of herring were once rolled from the yard onto carts for transportation. The cottage is set over two floors with the open plan kitchen and dining area and a good size living room on the ground floor. The two bedrooms, one of which has a super-king-size bed and a Smart TV, are located on the first floor, along with the family bathroom on a three quarter landing. The cosy lounge has a log burning stove set in an original stone fire place, the ideal place to relax and plan your holiday adventures. There are two very comfortable sofas, a flat screen TV with Freeview and a DVD player and Wi-Fi. The stove and electric radiators mean the cottage stays warm, whatever the weather.
Puffin Cottage was recently featured on the Discover Britain website.
Bed linen, towels, heating and hot water are included.
Please note: The cottage is adjacent to the Schooner Inn, a friendly, local pub which welcomes holiday makers and their dogs and offers live music at weekends.
This cottage accepts up to two well behaved dogs.
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.