Beadnell Cottages

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

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    Shepherds Nook: Charming mid-terrace cottage on working farm in North Charlton. Beams, open fire and great base for touring. Easy reach of Heritage Coast and Alnwick. (Ref. 1362)

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    3 St. Cuthbert's Garth: Cosy terraced cottage, centrally located in the historic village of Bamburgh, with its sandy beach and imposing castle. Dog-friendly with an enclosed garden. Perfectly positioned for touring Northumberland. Alnwick 12 miles. (Ref. 919425)

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    Brada View: Modern ground floor apartment, a short walk from the sea at Bamburgh. Tastefully decorated and well-equipped. Private courtyard garden. Alnwick 14 miles. (Ref. 1111)

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    Vicarage Cottage: Luxury, stone-built cottage in the pretty Northumberland village of Lucker. Large and spacious, with en-suite bedrooms and a great village pub/restaurant nearby. Bamburgh 4 miles. (Ref. 930252)

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    Rock Mill Cottage: Delightful country cottage in peaceful, rural position 1 mile from Rock and 3 miles from Coast. Great touring base. Low Newton and Embleton 3 miles. Alnwick 7 miles. (Ref. 1153)

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    Croft Cottage: Beautiful detached barn conversion offering superbly stylish open plan living in great Northumbrian countryside. Beaches and Heritage Coast nearby. Alnwick 7 miles. (Ref. 1786)

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    Newton Retreat: A superb, detached, single-storey cottage in unspoilt countryside, close to both Embleton and Newton-by-the-Sea. Wonderful modern and character features. En-suite facilities, woodburner. Many attractions in the area. Embleton 3 miles. (Ref. 940785)

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    Robin House: Cosy semi-detached cottage in the village of Lucker, near Bamburgh. WiFi, enclosed decked garden. Plenty of places to visit nearby. Bamburgh 4 miles. (Ref. 945222)

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    Swallows Flight: A refreshing. bright semi-detached cottage in the village of Lucker in Northumbria. Delightful garden. Incredible views. Modern decor. Shop and pub 3 mins walk. Bamburgh 4 miles. (Ref. 963902)

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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!