2 Old Farm Buildings, Low Newton

2 Old Farm Buildings, Low Newton

Sleeps 6

Price Range Per Week:

£ - £

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2 Old Farm Buildings has a 4 star rating with Gold Award from Visit England and is situated in the National Trust’s village of Low Newton-by-the-sea. This beautifully converted farm building is a modern single storey cottage with 3 bedrooms comfortably sleeping up to 6 guests. It is ideally located only a stones throw from the wonderful sandy beach of St Mary’s Haven. From the cottage, there are magnificent uninterrupted views across Embleton Bay to the iconic Dunstanburgh Castle. This cottage has everything that you will need to make your family holiday one to remember!

At the front of the cottage there is a lovely grassed area, ideal for enjoying the afternoon and evening sun of Newton Bay. The small village green with the well known Ship Inn, which serves fabulous food and real ales, is also within easy walking distance from the cottage - well worth a visit during your stay.

There are lots of interesting things to see and do during your stay here, such as coastal walks, bird watching, water sports, fishing, horse riding and golfing. There is one thing for sure, you will not be stuck for ideas for days out when staying in this beautiful part of Northumberland.

 This cottage accepts one small well behaved dog. Please note there is an additional charge, please see our terms and conditions (point19) for more details and point 17 for house rules regarding dogs.


 

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 Accommodation

Lounge: flatscreen TV, DVD player, nest of tables, log effect fire, free Wi-Fi, door leading out onto beach, large double sofa, 2 arm chairs and footstool.

Kitchen/Diner: fridge/freezer, halogen hob, electric oven, washing machine / dryer, dishwasher. Large wooden dining table with seating for 6 guests.

Master bedroom: with king sized bed, TV, bedside tables, lamps, wardrobes and beach views

Second bedroom: with zip and link king sized bed, bed side table, lamp and beach views

Third bedroom: with twin beds, bed side tables and lamps.

Bathroom: family bathroom with shower over bath, wash hand basin, WC and towel rail.

All rooms are heated by electric wall heaters which are independently operated.

Outdoors 

South facing rear lawn with patio and beach access.

Parking 

There is parking for 2/3 cars in front of cottage.

This cottage accepts one small well behaved dog. Please note there is an additional charge, please see our terms and conditions (point19) for more details and point 17 for house rules regarding dogs.

  • Access to Dark Skies
  • Allocated parking space
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and toilet
  • Close to beach
  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs welcome
  • DVD Player
  • Enclosed garden
  • Enclosed Patio Area
  • Family Friendly
  • Flat screen TV
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Garden table and chairs
  • Golf Course nearby
  • High chair
  • Hob/oven
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Log effect electric fire
  • Near shops
  • Night storage heaters
  • Premium
  • Pub in Village
  • Sea views
  • Single Storey
  • Washer/dryer
  • Wi-Fi

 2, Old Farm Buildings, Low Newton

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- 29 September 2017

Even though the weather hasn't been great this week, it didn't stop us from thoroughly enjoying our holiday with our two Labradors. We have done our favourite walk to Football Hole more than once and played with the dogs in the sea. One day it was misty on the coast so we did a lovely walk in Thrunton Woods. The colours of Autumn were beautiful and the smell of pine was particularly strong as they were felling trees. After we drove into Rothbury which is very pretty, and had some lunch. You can walk along the river bank here - it is another lovely walk. Good food is always high on our agenda when visiting this area. We have found some great places to eat. We especially love The Ship at Low Newton, The Potted Lobster at Bamburgh and the Bistro at St Aidens Hotel in Seahouses .

4/ 5stars

- 22 September 2017

Even though the weather hasn't been great this week, it didn't stop us from thoroughly enjoying our holiday with our two Labradors. We have done our favourite walk to Football Hole more than once and played with the dogs in the sea. One day it was misty on the coast so we did a lovely walk in Thrunton Woods. The colours of Autumn were beautiful and the smell of pine was particularly strong as they were felling trees. After we drove into Rothbury which is very pretty, and had some lunch. You can walk along the river bank here - it is another lovely walk. Good food is always high on our agenda when visiting this area. We have found some great places to eat. We especially love The Ship at Low Newton, The Potted Lobster at Bamburgh and the Bistro at St Aidens Hotel in Seahouses .

4/ 5stars

- 25 August 2017

2 Old Farm buildings is definitely the best holiday accommodation in Low Newton. It's position right on the beach cannot be surpassed. It is clear at that the cottage is well loved and the facilities provided are second to none. The cottage is very clean and well presented. Great size and the first cottage we have stayed at where there is no shortage of plates cup and cutlery. The set up is more for a domestic house rather than a holiday let. All round excellent

4/ 5stars
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Key Features

  • Dogs welcome
  • Enclosed garden
  • Family Friendly
  • Premium
  • Sea views
  • Wi-Fi