Nestled in the original part of the village, just a pebble's throw from the golden sands at Beadnell Bay, is this single-storey cottage.
Perfectly positioned for exploring Northumberland's Heritage coastline, this seaside bolthole is well-appointed for a holiday with the family.
The open-plan living room boasts a sleek, wooden floor sweeping across the interior, enhanced by the attractive woodburner adding a warm glow to the room.
Sit and relax on the plush, leather corner sofa and watch the world go by.
Catch glimpses of eager holiday makers heading towards the beach with their swimming gear.
Prepare a hearty breakfast, picnic lunches and tasty evening meals in the kitchen; you have everything you need within a stylish layout!
The bedrooms are just off the hall comprising a double, a family room and a single; each served by the modern shower room.
During the summer months, the south-west facing veranda is ideal for lounging away your afternoons in the sun with a glass of wine and a good book.
Easy access to the bay can be gained using a dune path, ensuring safe arrival to the sandy shores.
A host of activities can be enjoyed at Beadnell Bay, including surfing, paddle boarding, coasteering and cycling.
Also within walking distance are two pubs serving food and local ales, along with two café/bistros.
Find an array of shops, a supermarket and restaurants at nearby Seahouses, a popular village offering boat trips from the harbour to the National Trust's Farne Islands.
Spot puffins and seals; each autumn hundreds of seal pups are born here!
Dunstanburgh Castle is also close by in Craster, with walking, wildlife watching and simply absorbing views of amazing stretches of coastline.
Follow the trail along the Craster to Low Newton coastal walk, pass the mighty ruins of the castle and enjoy the long sweep of Embleton Sands.
A charming getaway in a beautiful part of Northumberland.