|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This welcoming,comfortable,peaceful Coastal home is an ideal base to explore this wonderful region. It comprises a conservatory with views of the lake.There is an open plan kitchen/living area equipped to a high standard with all amenities for 4 people.The living area has a wall mounted flatscreen digital TV with freeview,separate DVD player,comfortable seating and night storage heaters. French doors lead out onto a balcony over the lake, with patio table and chairs.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a double bed, TV/DVD, wardrobe and drawer
space. The second bedroom has twin
adult sized bunks with wardrobe and drawers. Bathroom has WC, wash hand
basin, electric shower over the bath and electric heated towel rail. Externally,
there is an enclosed patio garden with steps down to a barbecue area. Due to the property’s water frontage, we regret, no pets or children under 8 years. No smoking in the property.
I live in Northumberland with my Husband and three children. We love spending days out on the Northumberland Coast; the beach, water sports, countryside, adventure activities, Alnwick Gardens and Castle, to name a few. There really is something for all of us!
Sarah Curry purchased this house in 2011
We purchased this Property only in December 2011. The property was already previously run as a successful holiday cottage and we fell in love with the holiday feel of the property with lovely views overlooking the lake and towards the sea. Beadnell is a wonderful location with the outstanding Beadnell Bay as the main attraction for walkers, and sports enthusiasts alike.
The Property is just 3 minutes walk from the fabulous beach
Thank you for an amazing stay in your beautiful cottage- we were luck to have some wonderful weather and had exactly the break we all needed. We are huge fans of Northumberland and there is so much to do and see whatever the weather or whatever your interests. The Cottage provides a home away from home as a base to enjoy everything the region has to offer.
We look forward to sating with you again...!
On arrival we weren't too sure we were in the right place as the property is in a housing estate, but as soon as we got into the property we were very pleasantly surprised , first the property was is lovely condition well looked after and clean then the balcony which really is a bonus just for sitting on watching the swifts, moorhens , plus your own shoal of fish which wait for you to throw crumbs every morning , did I mention it's on a lake. The property also has a conservatory which we used in the evenings if it got a bit too cold to sit on the balcony. The only downside I can see is they are building a new housing estate towards the sea which will block. Some views .
Note the beach has a free car park and activities such as paddle boarding, kitesurfing and coasteering, massive sandunes which you can "surf" down
Overall a nice property great area
I have stayed here several times with my husband & 2 sons. The cottage has a welcome feel & has been tastefully decorated by the owners, offering comfortable & cosy accommodation. This is an ideal location to explore the surrounding area & beautiful beaches, and the cottage has everything you need, with comfortable beds & a well equipped kitchen.I booked a food delivery from Sainsbury's to be delivered to the cottage after we arrived, but there is also great food available at the village pub, hotel or café, all of which are within walking distance. We enjoyed breakfast on the sunny balcony & some evening BBQ's, whilst watching the moorhen family on the lake. The conservatory is a quiet place to sit & read or watch the wildlife. Many beautiful beaches & lovely local towns & villages to explore. Can't wait to come back!
Booked for a week but unfortunately only stayed for 5 nights. The area and surrounding visits were a lovely part of our country. Seahouses, Holy island, Alnwick, a must to see. The house was well equipped to accommodate four people ( there was only 2 of us)
We have used home and away for other lettings but unfortunately this was a bad choice for us. We felt the cleaniless was not up to our standard. Cobwebs in every room obviously been there for quite some time. Black around the corner of the bath, thick dust on skirting boards by the bed head, carpets upstairs stained. the decking area outside covered in old bird muck so not a pleasure to sit out on. Lower outside area under decking had a bin with old items in, a rusty broken barbecue in the lower decking left on its side. Not a pleasure at all to sit outside. Windows were dirty inside and out. Emailed the owners with our concerns when we got home and explained why we had cut short our holiday. They said they had new cleaners! They Apologised to us and said we should of notified them earlier, they said they would go on the Saturday to check the property out. We mentioned no sea view from the bedroom as advertised could be seen... They said they would change the listing as there was now new builds obstructing the sea view which they didn't know about. A further email from them to say they had cleaned the place up and justified by saying they would be doing some work on the property, and that windows were cleaned inside on each change over and every 2 weeks outside. I find this very difficult to believe as there were hand prints on the conservatory window when we arrived!
I emailed the owners prior to our stay as I checked on Google Earth the location and it gave me a different home.igot a very sarcastic reply back prior to our stay!
Very very disappointed with this property!
My three sons and I had a wonderful week staying here. The cottage is really nicely furnished, the views onto the water were lovely and the conservatory allowed us to sit in warm sunshine even in March! Great location for getting to the beach. We would definitely like to stay here again. Lisa
A 3 minute walk takes you to the sea front.
Beadnell Bay is a 3.5 mile sweeping sandy bay which is popular for families and enthusiasts of water sports and fishing.
Nearest airport - Newcastle International.
The City of Edinburgh about 80 miles.
The village of Beadnell is situated on the heritage coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An ideal location for watersports, golf, walking, bird watching and fishing or just relaxing on the beach.
Bamburgh with its magnificent castle is only 5 miles, Alnwick and its famous garden, Tree House and Harry Potter connections is 12 miles, the holy island of Lindisfarne is 20 miles and Seahouses, with its boat trips to the Farne Islands, just 2 miles.
The local shop and post office is a 3 minute walk, as is the village centre with 2 pubs, restaurant, and church. Beadnell has its own harbour with Eighteenth Century Lime kilns and is the only harbour on the East coast which faces west!
Beadnell is an ideal base for those wishing to explore the region.
For nature lovers - regular boat trips to the Farne Islands from Seahouses where seals, puffins, guillemots, cormorants and other sea birds can be viewed at close range. Budle Bay situated about five miles away is an ornothologists dream with over 200 different species.
A history-lovers paradise, Bamburgh Castle, Lindisfarne Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle, Norham Castle, Walkworth Castle are all within an hour's car journey. The Elizabethen walled town of Berwick upon Tweed about 20 miles. The holy island of Lindisfarne, can be reached at low tide (tide tables available locally and on the internet) and takes about an half an hour by car.
These are just some of the attractions of our region.
We have provided tourist information in the house.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
£100 deposit to be paid with booking please. Balance of payment due 4 weeks before holiday.
Bookings Saturday/Saturday. Depart by 10.00am. Arrival 3.00pm please.
Notes on prices:
Please email or ring to confirm availability and for short stay booking enquiries of 3-6 nights. For those weeks not individually shown on calendar please email or ring for pricing enquiries.