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Do Water Sports From a Modern Beach House With a Hot Tub
Awaken in a handcrafted driftwood bed refreshed and ready for a day at the seaside. The main floor has double-height ceilings and large windows where light cascades in to illuminate a modern, airy space. Open sliding doors to let in fresh ocean air. Sand Dancer was built in 2017 and shares communal grassy areas with its neighbours. There’s a South facing private deck with a hot tub. Most of the neighbours are also holiday homes; respecting each other’s space is important. A car is recommended to access the area’s places of interest, although trains & buses run locally too. A visitor folder gives lots more information on outings. Although we live some distance from the house, we are available by phone. We also have local support from our excellent house keeping team. The house is in Beadnell, an unspoilt fishing village on the Northumbrian coast, close to the shops in Seahouses. Bottlenose dolphins are often seen during boat trips. The area is rich in imposing castles, Neolithic rock art, and outdoor activities. The best way to see as much as possible & make the most of your visit, is by car. Sky TV full package is provided Smart TV. Cycles to be kept in the secure outside store. No cycles in the house. Hot tub to be used as guests’ folder explains. (Not to be used with fake tan) Private deck area is not suitable for disposable BBQs as they would damage it (made from recycled materials). However, the beach or paved area is perfect for them! Please do not allow children to use the smart lock. Repeated incorrect entries will disable it for a time & can set off the tamper alarm. A basket of logs is provided & additional logs may be bought in Seahouses or The Veg Hut, Drythrottle Cottage, Charlton Mires NE66 2TJ (07834409422).
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The Net House
High season (Apr - Oct), Easter, half term and Christmas/New Year 7 day minimum. Changeover day Friday, except Christmas and New Year. Low season (Nov - Mar) Weekend (Fri - Mon) and midweek breaks (Mon - Fri) available The Net House is a bright but cosy cottage in the heart of Old Seahouses, a short walk from one of the many beautiful beaches on the Northumberland coast. The Net House is a 5 minute walk from the centre of Seahouses. Bamburgh is a short drive (or a 3 mile coastal walk) away
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Flat 4 - Cliff House
Comfortable, quiet, harbour-front holiday apartment with spectacular views and accommodation for 4 (we can take 6 but send a message to us before booking if there are more than 4 in your party) on the edge of Seahouses. Views out to the Farne Islands where you can see countless sea birds - or stay put and watch the wildlife from the apartment. We do use our flat whenever we can but are keen to share it rather than leaving it empty - everyone is welcome. Get in touch if you have any questions.
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Your guide to Beadnell

All About Beadnell

The Northumberland village of Beadnell, which overlooks the vast expanse of the North Sea, is known for its sandy shores and ideal water sports conditions — the middle and south stretches of the crescent-shaped Beadnell Bay kick up enough swell for surfing, with waves reaching five metres on good days. At over three kilometres long, the dog-friendly beach is also a popular spot for walks in the bracing salty air.

Grass-covered dunes climb up from the water’s edge past centuries-old stone cottages toward the town. The south end of the village houses Beadnell Harbour, the only west-facing harbour on the East Coast. The undulating stone structures here are 18th-century lime kilns, although today they’re more likely to store lobster traps. The main village is where you can most easily grab a bite to eat — fresh North Sea cod makes stellar fish and chips. Just a 15-minute walk away from Beadnell, Annstead Dunes Nature Reserve is home to narrow, snaking paths where visitors come to spot grazing wild ponies and nesting curlews, along with wildflowers and lizards.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Beadnell

Beadnell is an English beach town, which means that it’s at its most lively between June and September. This is when the weather is best for surfing and sailing, sun-warmed walks on the sand, and long days of al fresco dining and drinks on the shore. Several sports shops in the village offer lessons and equipment rentals, and there are bike trails in the Cheviot Hills, about an hour’s drive inland. The off-season, which begins in October, is rainy and cool, but stormy weather lends atmosphere to walks around the bay — just be sure to bundle up. Pub lunches and a local pint by the fire are also popular ways to stave off the cold. Spring can be a pleasant time to explore Northumberland’s castles, including Bamburgh Castle and Lindisfarne on Holy Isle.


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Farne Islands

A short boat ride away, the Farne Islands are a birding paradise — best known for their puffins, but equally blessed with terns, shags, and kittiwakes. Nest-building season begins in April and runs through to July. Grey seals also gather on the rocks, mixed with their white-furred pups in the colder months. The voyage around the isles is a joy of its own: boats leave from Seahouses harbour, five minutes north of Beadnell.

The Poison Garden

Around 20 minutes southwest of Beadnell, black iron gates within the five-hectare Alnwick Garden guard nearly 100 poisonous and intoxicating plants, including hemlock, deadly nightshade, and monkshood. All proceeds from visits to the Poison Garden go towards preserving and growing the garden for future generations.

Linhope Spout Waterfall

Located in the Cheviots, the Linhope Spout walk is a 4.8-kilometre round-trip route to a striking 18-metre waterfall and plunge pool. This is a popular spot for a picnic or a quick, chilly dip, especially on a hot summer’s day. Red squirrels may zip across your path in spring and autumn.

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