Beach Retreat, Low Newton

Beach Retreat, Low Newton

Sleeps 8

Price Range Per Week:

£ - £

Short Breaks From:

As featured in Living North Magazine. 

Beach Retreat is part of a farm conversion in the popular hamlet of Low Newton on Sea with direct access to the beach and coastal walks to Embleton, Craster and Dunstanburgh Castle. This is a 3 bedroom, single storey cottage making it an option for guests with mobility issues and offers ample space for up to 8 guests. As the property is deally situated right next to the beach and the beautiful sandy dunes, it also benefits from stunning views from the lounge and bedroom south facing windows. Beach Retreat makes an ideal holiday or short break for families and friends whatever the season and offers guest membership to *The Ocean Club in Seahouses.

At the front of the cottage there is a grassed area, ideal for enjoying the afternoon and evening sun of Newton Bay and beyond. The beach – a safe, sandy expanse which stretches south towards Dunstanburgh Castle – is just a few steps from the house and the proximity of the small village green with the much praised local hostelry called 'The Ship Inn' is an added bonus.

Bed linen and towels are provided. Beach toys are available for guests to use.

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

Entrance is via the back door.

Kitchen: Spacious room with breakfast table seating 4 to 6, large fridge, double electric oven including a grill, electric hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, cafetiere. There is also an iron and ironing board, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Lounge: With south facing windows looking on to the beach beyond, there are two large sofas, two armchairs, occasional tables, TV with Free view, a DVD player, books, games and a selection of DVDs.

Dining Room: Oval dining table (with extra leaf) to sit up to 8, a chest of drawers and bookshelves with a variety of books you can browse through during your holiday. From here, there is a door leading out to the garden at the front of the property and a large porch that has become a useful drying and storage area – ideal for outdoor clothes and wet suits.

Hallway: With storage cupboards - one of which houses the washing machine and a tumble drier.

Bedroom 1: Queen size bed, chest of drawers x 2, bedside table X 2 and lamps. View to beach.

Bedroom 2: Queen size bed with bedside drawers and lamps, a chest of drawers and wardrobe.Views to beach.

Bedroom 3: Sleeping 4, with 2 sets of standard size bunk beds.

Bathroom Family : Bath and hand wash basin and WC. (Please note, there is no hand shower over bath - this has been altered since this photo was taken)

Shower Room: Shower cubicle, hand wash basin and WC.

Outside:  Grassed garden area with outdoor table and chairs.

Parking: 

There is allocated parking outside the cottage for one car at the rear of the cottage. ( N.B. it is possible to park two small cars if you park close to the cottage and one behind the other. Parking  is allowed  by the fence on the grass to the front side of the cottage if the space  is available. This is clarified  in the information book in the cottage. The other spaces belong to the other cottages please do not  park in these.

*Ocean Club Guest Membership: 

Beach Retreat Cottage offers private guest membership to use the facilities of The Ocean Club in Seahouses including the 20 metre indoor swimming pool with separate children’s pool and spa /sauna area (click here for pool timetable) plus the fully equipped Fitness Suite . You can even book an hour with a personal trainer, try indoor cycling and the high tech ‘PowerPlate’ to help you stay in shape. For more information on The Ocean Club's facilities, click here.
If you prefer to relax a little more, you can treat yourself to a facial, a massage, a manicure etc.or indulge in one of the specialist therapies on offer in the Spa. Click here for treatment menu.There is also a coffee shop with a licenced bar and free Wi-Fi. 
Please note, the membership allows entry to this private Club. There is a charge to pay per visit of £6 per adult and £3 per child (Children under 2 go free).


 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
  • Cycle Friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs welcome
  • DVD Player
  • Enclosed garden
  • Freeview TV
  • Fridge
  • Games, books and DVDs
  • Garden table and chairs
  • Golf Course nearby
  • Ground Floor Bed/Bathroom
  • High chair
  • Hob/oven
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Ocean Club Membership
  • Premium
  • Pub in Village
  • Sea views
  • Separate dining room
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Shower Room
  • Single Storey
  • Travel Cot
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing machine

Beach Retreat is located in a great position, right on the beach in Low Newton just beyond Newton-by-the-Sea and close to excellent pub - 'The Ship'.

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- 8 October 2016

Very comfortable, warm and cosy cottage. Perfect location for walking the dogs.

4/ 5stars

- 17 September 2016

Lovely to come back to such a beautiful place! Revisited all our favourite walks - from the cottage to Football Hole, Sugar Sands to Boulmer, Thrunton Woods and Howick to Craster stopping for lunch at The Jolly Fisherman. Tried out The Apple Inn and The Apple Core at Lucker after one of your holidaymakers gave them a good review. The food at these two establishments was very disappointing to say the least. The Apple Core is supposed to specialise in Pizzas and Crepes. The Pizzas were average and the Crepes were not freshly made but used ready made ones! Don't go there! Instead go for Sunday lunch at Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel in Embleton, evening meals at Greys Inn at Embleton and The Ship at Low Newton. These are my favourite places to eat. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.When it was foggy and misty on Wednesday we went in the pool and spa area at The Ocean Club. This is a lovely treat and a great place to go. The cafe in The Ocean Club is great - the food is excellent. Hated to come home - will be back next April - can't wait!

4/ 5stars

- 17 September 2016

Lovely to come back to such a beautiful place! Revisited all our favourite walks - from the cottage to Football Hole, Sugar Sands to Boulmer, Thrunton Woods and Howick to Craster stopping for lunch at The Jolly Fisherman. Tried out The Apple Inn and The Apple Core at Lucker after one of your holidaymakers gave them a good review. The food at these two establishments was very disappointing to say the least. The Apple Core is supposed to specialise in Pizzas and Crepes. The Pizzas were average and the Crepes were not freshly made but used ready made ones! Don't go there! Instead go for Sunday lunch at Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel in Embleton, evening meals at Greys Inn at Embleton and The Ship at Low Newton. These are my favourite places to eat. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.When it was foggy and misty on Wednesday we went in the pool and spa area at The Ocean Club. This is a lovely treat and a great place to go. The cafe in The Ocean Club is great - the food is excellent. Hated to come home - will be back next April - can't wait!

4/ 5stars
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Key Features

  • Cycle Friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs welcome
  • Enclosed garden
  • Ground Floor Bed/Bathroom
  • High chair
  • Premium
  • Sea views
  • Travel Cot
  • Washing machine