Seagull Cottage, 2 Taylor Street is a lovely holiday cottage situated just off the top of the Harbour in the delightful village of Seahouses on the beautiful Northumbrian coast. The village is sited between the magnificent Bamburgh Castle (2 miles) and Beadnell with it's lovely bay and picturesque harbour. The cottage is a short distance from miles of beautiful, white, sandy beaches and yet close to all amenities i.e. shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes. It is an ideal base for touring to the Farne Islands, Holy Island and the stately homes in the Scottish borders. The superb Alnwick Garden is only 13 miles and well worth a visit. The "Tree House" has recently opened - if it can be called a Tree House as it houses a restaurant and a shop etc. The Cottage: The Accomodation Includes: Lounge/Diner with colour T.V. Fully-fitted Kitchen with Microwave and Washing Machine. Bedroom One with One Double Bed, Bedroom Two with Two Single Beds, Bath/Shower Room. Seagull Cottage is fully centrally heated and has an electric coal-effect fire in the lounge and heaters in all rooms. Well behaved pets are welcome. Keys are provided in a key box at the rear of the property to the right of the back door. key code will be provided upon receipt of balance. On-street parking is normally available. We also provide a parking permit for 1 car for council car park nearby. The permit or disc can also be used throughout Northumberland in Northumberland Council car parks.
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Cottage in Seahouses, Northumberland, England - Seagull Cottage, An Ideal Base For Walking, Golfing, Fishing Or Bird Watching
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About Christine Gregson
Hi! I am Christine Gregson and together with my husband, George, we own and run two self-catering cottages and two static caravans. In 1990 we purchased Seagull Cottage in Seahouses, a converted fisherman's cottage just a stone's throw from the harbour where one can obtain one of the most iconic views in Northumberland - Bamburgh Castle. There are miles of beautiful sandy beaches nearby but we are well located for shops, restaurants etc. Nine years ago we also purchased Dalilea Bungalow, Acharacle, Argyll in Ardnamurchan, after falling in love with the area and its breathtaking scenery. We own 2.5 acres and have installed 2x 30ft. caravans for our guests, many of whom are repeat bookers. Indeed, our own children and their families love the area where they delight in many outdoor sports.
Christine Gregson purchased this Cottage in 1990
Why Christine Gregson chose Seahouses
The Northumbrian coastline is a special place with the most amazing beaches with many coastal walks and breathtaking views. The walk from Seahouses to Bamburgh Castle is just on the doorstep or one can walk from the cottage to Beadnell with it's lovely bay - ideal for families with young children. An afternoon can be spent enjoying the bustling harbour, watching the boats arrive from the Farnes or fishermen landing their daily catch. Seahouses is an ideal base for walking, golfing, fishing and bird watching or simply idling away the time looking in rock pools or meandering along the beach. It is an ideal base for touring to Holy Island, and the stately homes of the borders, Berwick, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Durham. The superb Alnwick Garden is 13 miles away and well worth a visit.
What makes this Cottage unique
Seagull Cottage is a stone's throw from one of the most iconic views i.e. Bamburgh Castle. The cottage has 2 good sized bedrooms sleeping 4 people with bathroom/shower upstairs and lounge/diner and kitchen downstairs. It is centrally-heated with coal-effect electric fire and flat-screen T.V. & DVD.A parking permit for Northumberland C.C. car parks is also included, making a good saving so one can explore the many tourist attractions, castles and market towns the region has to offer. Nearby is the Rick Stein acclaimed Swallow Fish Smokery, ideal for purchasing fresh seafood, kippers, and smoked salmon. The accommodation is centrally located and has easy access to shops, bars and restaurants serving delicious local fayre. There is a small beach nearby and pets are most welcome.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Comfortable home a few yards from harbour and well positioned for exploring this amazing coastline.
House cosy, clean and comfortable kitchen had all the necessaries and lots of hot water for soaks in the bath. Owners helpful and got back right away. Loved being able to step out of the door and walk 100 yards to view sunset over Bamburgh Castle. Enjoyed my stay.
Comfortable and Convenient.
Close to the harbour and all the shops,cafes,pubs.Lounge ,bedrooms and bathroom all good,but feel the kitchen needs updating,and lets the property down a little.Had to do some cleaning in the kitchen - tea stained mugs/dusty glasses and dirty cutlery sorted.Had to degrease the drainer.Shame some people feel the need to leave a property after a weeks rental in such a state.Two pubs very close,so take earplugs if you want an early night! Didn't let these minor irritations spoil our holiday!
Originally an old fisherman's cottage, situated in a quiet wee street just 2 minutes from the busy harbour & a few minutes walk from the Main Street where there are lots of dog friendly eateries.
We found the Links Hotel was particularly good & reasonably priced. The Old Ship is also worth a visit but dogs only welcome in the beer garden.
The cottage is very comfortable & (almost) fully equipped. If you've forgotten something, check under the sink & in the bottom kitchen drawer.
I'd forgotten the dog's water bowl but there were 3 under the sink!
The only thing I couldn't find was an ironing board.
The bedrooms are very comfortable & well equipped with rather nice linen.
Parking can be an issue, locals & workmen ignore all no parking signs but Seagull Cottage has a parking permit for the main car parks so no problems.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay & would hope to return.
Many thanks for your kind review. We do try to provide most items we feel our guests may require. We will certainly be replacing our ironing board.
We do look forward to seeing you in the future.
George and Christine.
A lovely cottage close to the harbour
My wife and I were very pleased with the accommodation. A good sized and comfortable living area, 2 good sized bedrooms, nice bathroom and a good sized kitchen. Plenty of hot water.
We enjoyed our week using the cottage as our base for days out. Lovely walks along the beaches to Beadnell and Bamburgh. We were lucky to have a week of almost continuous sunshine. There is a good selection of places to eat within a very short walk.
The only downside was that at the weekend the pub across the road played loud music until very late in the evening.
Many thanks for your review. We are very pleased you had such a nice time.
Unfortunately with regards to the noise of the music the only thing we can do is report this to the local council.
first stay in seahouses
Great cottage .very good location . we didn't have any trouble parking outside the cottage .kitchen very well equipped. very nice and clean. liked the town as well lots of dog friendly beaches in the area and dog friendly pubs. Looking forward to next visit .
Many thanks for your kind review. It is so nice when our guests make the effort. We find
that everyone who visits seems to have a wonderful time. We do make the effort to make the cottage cosy, clean and dog friendly.
George and Christine Gregson
Very good accommodation.2mins walk to seat with excellent view over the harbour.Very close to sea and shops.Good pubs nearby.Parking is not always available outside the cottage but permit provided is perfectly OK.
Special interest holidays: Seahouses is an ideal base for walking, golfing, fishing and bird watching or simply idling away the time searching in rock pools or strolling along the beach. It is sited between the magnificent Bamburgh Castle and Beadnell with it's picturesque harbour. It is an ideal base for touring The Farnes, Holy Island and the stately homes of the Borders. The superb Alnwick Garden is only 13 miles and well worth a visit. Other places to visit are Alnwick, Berwick, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Metro Centre, Durham, to name but a few. Coast/Beach: Seahouses is an ideal base for walking, golfing, fishing, bird watching or simply idling away the time looking in rock pools or strolling along the beach. Travel: Head for the Post Office near Seahouses village centre. Take the road opposite - Dunstan View - and carry on down to the bottom of the road towards the Harbour until you arrive at the Schooner Pub and turn right into Taylor Street. We are the first house on your right. Distances: Edinburgh - 70 miles Newcastle upon Tyne - 40 miles Berwick upon Tweed - 17 miles Alnwick - 13 miles Further Details: There are many more places to visit, i.e. Alnwick, Berwick, Edinburgh, the Metro Centre in Gateshead, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne, to name but a few. For those interested in ornithology, fishing, sailing or golf, Seahouses is an ideal base as all of thes activities can be found in the vicinity. There is a wealth of birdlife with nature reserves at Budle Bay and Newton Haven. Regular boat trips sail from the harbour taking visitors to the Farne Islands to enjoy the splendour these islands have to offer. The Heritage Coast is renowned for clean sandy beaches, rocky coves, tiny fishing villages and many magnificent castles. The most famous of these castle is Bamburgh, backdrop for many films, 5 miles north of Seahouses. It is possible to walk along the beach from Seahouses all the way to Bamburgh with the castle silhouetted against the skyline. Beadnell, approximately 2 miles away with it's wonderful bay is a centre for scuba diving, windsurfing and sailing. Along the coast from Beadnell is Dunstanburgh Castle, a wonderful walk, and then further on is the tiny fishing village renowned for the Craster kipper. To the north towards Berwick one can take a detour to Holy Island which can be reached at low tide across a causeway to Lindisfarne, this early stronghold of christianity. Chillingham Castle with it's unique herd of white cattle is also worth a visit, as are the many stately homes in the borders, such as Paxton House, the Hirsel, Mellerstain and Manderston with it's silver staircase. Seahouses itself is a bustling little village with everything one could want on the doorstep. There is a large Co-op open till 10.00 pm most nights, chemist, doctors surgery and a vet. There are a good range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, serving delicious local fayre and also it goes without saying the fish and chips are renowned, all caught locally.
Rates & Availability
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Booking Notes: £100 deposit and the balance payable 6 weeks before entry. Changeover Day: Lettings are available all year, normally Saturday 4:00pm until Saturday 10:00am. Notes on prices: Prices: £295-520 p.w. (all inclusive - all bedding, towels, tea towels and electric are included in the price) Price per dog =£10 p.w. (to be arranged when booking)