Beadnell Cottages

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    • Bedrooms2
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    A beautiful, single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Open plan, beams, trusses, woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, play area. Embleton Bay just half a mile walk across owner's pathway through fields. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 949760)

    7 nights from £414

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    • Sleeps5
    • Bedrooms3
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    Stone-built barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation. Stunning views towards the sea. Buggy friendly pathway down to the sea. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 936518)

    7 nights from £431

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    • Bedrooms4
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    Stone-built cottage with hot tub and woodburner. WiFi. Short stroll to the beach, kids playground, shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile. (Ref. 930497)

    7 nights from £567

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    • Bedrooms6
    • PetsYes

    Fabulous, semi-detached barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Woodburning stove. Ground floor bedrooms and shower room. Snooker table. Sea views. Short walk to beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 924725)

    7 nights from £1320

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    • Bedrooms4
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    A superb Embleton property with breathtaking views of Dunstanburgh Castle and Embleton Bay. Open fires. En-suites. Ideal for families. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 20247)

    7 nights from £717

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    • Bedrooms6
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    Stunning Embleton property, luxurious five star accommodation for large parties with uninterrupted views of Dunstanburgh Castle and beautiful Embleton Bay. (Ref. 20248)

    • 10% off - Fri 2nd Jun to 9th Jun 2017

    7 nights from £1352

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    A delightful mid-terrace stone-built cottage, on the outskirts of the village of Christon Bank. Open fire. Beautiful countryside. Alnwick 8 miles. (Ref. 1592)

    7 nights from £297

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    • Bedrooms2
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    Delightful detached stone-built cottage in attractive Embleton. Comfortably furnished with pretty garden, short walk to sandy beaches and golf course. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 562)

    7 nights from £349

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    An 18th century end-terrace cottage in Christon Bank. Single-storey accommodation. Woodburner, garden. Close to amenities, castles and coast. Embleton 2 miles. (Ref. 25354)

    7 nights from £321

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    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms4
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    A detached house in a rural location, just two miles from the Heritage Coast. Woodburner, games room, large gardens. Alnwick 8 miles. (Ref. 20697)

    7 nights from £377

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Just show me Beadnell Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Beadnell, Northumbria.

Northumberland's beautiful coastline is renowned for its magnificent beaches - and that's exactly what you'll find close to a Beadnell holiday cottage.

The attractive village of Beadnell nestles alongside a sweeping curve of golden sands, with far reaching views towards the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle. The bay is a natural haven for water sports like sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving - the latter especially popular around the Farne Islands just off the coast.

Walking, cycling and bird-watching opportunities are fantastic, whether you choose to track the stunning Heritage Coast along the coastal path, or venture inland to the rolling Cheviot Hills.

Beadnell's history is worth a closer inspection. Step back to the 18th Century down at the harbour with its distinctive lime kilns. Head east to Ebb's Neuk Point and roam around the ruins of a 13th Century chapel. There's even evidence of Bronze Age burial chambers along the shore, a strong indication that Beadnell has probably been inhabited for thousands of years.

Today's Beadnell caters for all your holiday needs, with a local pub and hotel both serving food, as well as a traditional fish & chips shop - always best eaten straight out of paper by the sea. There's also a small grocer's and Post Office.

When it's time for a little exploration, Holy Island, Alnwick, Bamburgh Castle and the Cheviot Hills are just a few of the many places within easy reach of your Beadnell holiday cottage. But don't feel guilty if you keep wandering back to that wonderful beach!