Beadnell, Northumberland, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Front courtyard style garden with seating area and rear enclosed private garden with decking, table, seating area and barrel barbecue. Use of communal grassy area for children playing with swings, Garden Pod for adults and Games Room shared with neighbouring Nook End and Driftwood. Each cottage does have its own private garden just off the living room which is lovely for younger children.

Downstairs Description

You enter the cottage into an entrance hallway where there is a utility area

Ther is a fully fitted kitchen with dining table to seat 6, a good-sized living room with log burning stove and glazed door to garden and decking.

Rear hallway with desk, computer and printer for guests use plus kids reading and drawing area and ground floor shower room/WC

First Floor Description

On the first floor there is a master bedroom with king-sized bed a 2nd bedroom with double bed.

The 3rd bedroom has single bed and additional galley style full sized single, making the perfect children's bedroom and a family bathroom with bath and heated towel rail.

Windows Views Description

From the front garden, there’s a view to the sea about a mile away and to the side, a view of farmland and Bamburgh Castle in the distance.

Other Notes

The shower room is on the ground floor with the small bathroom upstairs. This is in the eaves so our taller guests may bang their head a couple of times. The large shared garden and games room exclusively for Nook End, Driftwood and Seasalt, is located across the service drive from the cottages, so not ideal for unsupervised toddlers as vehicles do use the road. The games room is unheated so you will need warm clothes in the winter. Seasalt is only 50 m or so from the road to Beadnell, which is not exceptionally busy but young children should be watched.

Child Friendly: The 5 starfish rating applies to this cottage where toys and games are supplied for younger guests and the use of the communal Games Room and play area. Travel cot (please bring your own cot linen), high chair, two stair gates, bed rail and Silver Cross b
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Alnwick Castle: Close by is Alnwick Castle, the seat of the Duke of Northumberland (the setting for Hogwarts) and the location of the now internationally famous Alnwick Gardens. Visit website
  • Alnwick Garden: The Alnwick Garden was designed for every season - from fragrant roses to mirror-polished water features, there is always something to admire. Visit website
  • Bamburgh Castle: "Bamburgh - the finest castle anywhere in this country" Time Out Great Britain: Perfect Places to Stay, Eat and Explore 2009. Perched on a basalt outcrop on the very edge of the North Sea at Bamburgh, the castle overlooks miles of pristine beaches and sand dunes. Visit website
  • Alnwick Town: Alnwick Town is also well worth a days visit- voted the Best Place to live in Britain - best for beauty, for community, for affordability and quality of life” according to a nation wide survey carried out by Country Life Magazine 31st October 2002. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Craster Arms Hotel: Offers a range of local and continental beers along with a selection of fine wines, providing the perfect accompaniment to a delicious meal prepared by our talented kitchen brigade.The menu features a collection of traditional fayre finished with a contemporary twist and is sure to satisfy the heartiest of appetites. Visit website
  • The Beadnell Towers: All their food is freshly prepared by their team of qualified chefs. Offering a wide choice of mouthwatering dishes, all of which are cooked using the best in local produce including, fresh locally caught fish, meat and vegetables. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Co-Op: Located 2.2 miles away in Seahouses Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: Online ordering and delivery. Located 9 miles away in Alnwick. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Shipley Lane Equestrian Centre: For some Horse Riding try Shipley Lane Equestrian Centre. Ride their quality school horses and ponies and ook a lesson or why not bring the whole family and enjoy a guided ride along the excellent bridleways? More experienced riders can have a day’s trail ride and take a picnic. Visit website
  • Alnmouth Golf Club: For a round of golf visit Alnmouth Golf Club this famous links course is open to visitors. It has 18 holes 6414 yards 5855 metres. S.S.S. 71 and is the fourth oldest Club in England. Visit website