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Waren View

Lucker, Northumberland
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Complex of properties
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Indoor swimming pool
Tennis Court
Cottage
Swimming pool
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
15 more

At a glance

  • Characterful cottage on the beautiful Northumbrian coast
  • Within easy drive to many local visitor attractions
  • Brilliant on-site leisure facilities for guests
  • Close to the village, including local pub
  • Private patio with stunning views across the countryside
  • Cosy and comfortable interior, also dog-friendly
Property code: CN222

Situated in tranquil surroundings, with easy access to the Northumbrian coast, this cottage is ideally placed for families who wish to enjoy long walks amongst nature.

With an envious location in Warenford, a peaceful Northumbrian village with fantastic access to the rest of this exciting region, Waren View offers lovely self-catering accommodation for up to five guests. Within the village you will find a great Pub, The White Swan which serves lovely food and is just moments from the cottage. You can enjoy cycling through country lanes from Warenford out to the surrounding coast and countryside, which is just perfect for a sunny afternoon.

The house offers an open-plan lounge, dining and kitchen area with French doors opening onto the patio, where you can enjoy the last of the evening sun and dine alfresco with ease. The kitchen is modern and well equipped with everything you will need. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, one double with en-suite bathroom, one twin room and a further single bedroom. There is also a family bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC.

Just over a 20 minute drive away you will find the magical Holy Island, which can only be reached at low tide when the sea lowers to reveal the only road to the island (please check tide times before you visit). Standing proud 100 feet above the sea on a rocky crag is Lindisfarne Priory, the main attraction of the island which is brimming with history and represents a pivotal point in Christian history.

Five miles outside of Warenford towards the coast lies Bamburgh, a beautiful village which welcomes many tourists year after year. Here there are a number of cafes such as The Copper Kettle Tearooms which are renowned as one of the finest tearooms in the country, so well worth a visit! Looking over the village is the iconic Bamburgh Castle, with a site history that dates back to prehistoric times and today recognised as one of the largest inhabited castles in the country, no visit to Bamburgh would be complete without stepping inside this famed castle. Bamburgh was also once home to a true heroine, Grace Darling, who risked her life venturing out into stormy waters in 1838 to save a group of shipwrecked sailors. You can visit the RNLI Grace Darling Museum and learn all about the rescue.

Whilst the Northumberland coast offers many exciting attractions and days out, further inland there is also plenty to see and do.

Alnwick Castle offers an informative yet fun day out, try your hand at broomstick training in the same spot Harry Potter famously realised his flair for flying, or step inside the castle and view the state rooms. The Alnwick Garden also makes for an interesting visit, with the centrepiece being a huge cascade waterfall and attractions including a poison garden and various captivating water features (watch out as you might just end up getting splashed by these!). The town of Alnwick is also very popular with its cobbled streets and varied shops, restaurants and cafes.

When your day of exploring Northumberland has come to end, you can be safe in the knowledge that Waren View Cottage will offer a comfortable and relaxing evening.

Please note, the pool is closed from the 8th - 19th January.

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

This cottage accepts one well behaved dog.

Please note, that for larger groups, this cottage can be booked alongside other similar cottages.

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.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin, 1 single
  • 2 bathrooms: 1 en-suite (shower over the bath, WC), 1 family bathroom (shower over the bath, WC)
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer
  • Wall-mounted electric fire with remote control
  • Central heating included
  • Off-road private parking in courtyard
  • Patio
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Village pub within walking distance
  • 1 well-behaved dog welcome
  • TV in lounge
  • Family friendly
  • On-site leisure facilities - Tennis courts, pool, gym

This property is personally managed by Marie.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Autumn B

Loved the cottage so much and the facility's were excellent. Cleanliness: Very Happy More Details: Very happy overall. The pool and sauna were both a fantastic addition to our stay. As a family we got quite a bit of use out of both. Definitely will be returning and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to family and friends.

Location

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.

If you’re looking for a seaside holiday with a difference, visit Northumberland – a region brimming with beautiful golden, sandy beaches, rolling hills, craggy moorland, bustling market towns and fishing villages, and more castles than in any other county in England.

Situated in the North East of England, this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasts no less than 39 miles of unspoilt coastline to explore and a calendar packed with exhilarating water sports options. To indulge in a spot of surfing, kayaking or powerboating, take a trip to one of the many breath-taking Northumberland beaches - where dogs love a good walk and fresh local seafood is never far away.

Home to the awe-inspiring Cheviot Hills and the historical Hadrian’s Wall, the Northumberland National Park is renowned for its open spaces, award-winning Dark Skies and stunning rural backdrops - and is the least populated national park in Britain. Offering access to challenging hikes, horse-riding, rock-climbing and a multitude of other action-packed activities, the park is one of the region’s greatest draws.

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.

Alternatively, if you’re seeking the bright lights of a city adventure, Newcastle upon Tyne is the place to go. Here, you can experience world-class culture, outstanding attractions, superb shopping, impressive live shows, top entertainers and delicious cuisine in abundance.

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