Settled just a stone's throw from the Beadnell Bay, Hilly Brow is a wonderful, detached family holiday home resting in the quaint coastal village of Beadnell.
Lying on the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Hilly Brow can accommodate seven guests in four bedrooms, with spacious living areas and an enclosed garden.
Park up on the spacious drive before heading into this homely property, going through the hall and into the kitchen, fitted with every appliance you need for a self-catered stay including a large fridge/freezer and an electric double oven.
Further appliances can be found in the garage including a washing machine and tumble dryer, with plenty of space for storing bikes and beach gear.
Pass the ground-floor cloakroom before heading through to the spacious open-plan living and dining area, with one side home to two large sofas to relax on, an electric fire and a TV, and the other half hosting a dining table and chairs, with patio doors providing lovely views of the garden.
The first floor is where you'll find the elegant bedrooms, with a master king-size room, a double boasting an en-suite shower room, a double and a small double, served by the family bathroom.
Enjoy summer afternoons and evenings spent relaxing in the large enclosed garden, with a large lawn the children are sure to enjoy playing on, and a rear decked area with a large outdoor sofa to unwind on with a glass of wine.
The property lies just a short way from Beadnell Bay, a glorious stretch of sandy beach well known for being one of the best places in the county for watersports, with the beach offering great conditions for surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and even scuba diving!
Walkers can enjoy exploring the beautiful Northumberland coast; head south along the sand dunes towards Low Newton where you'll find a lovely pub, The Ship Inn, to stop for refreshments before heading back, or head north to Seahouses and onto Bamburgh to visit Bamburgh Castle.
The castle is an imposing building, once the seat of the Kings of Northumbria, with audio-tours of the grand rooms to enjoy.
Take a boat trip out to the Farne Islands, now a national nature reserve home to plenty of bird species and wildlife, or venture further to Holy Island, home to Lindisdarne Priory and Heritage centre.
The scenic ruins of the National Trust's Dunstanburgh Castle make a perfect stop on a cycle ride, or pay a visit to the lovely Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum.
A trip to Alnwick presents many attractions including The Alnwick Garden, Alnwick Castle, and plenty more restaurants, pubs and shops to enjoy.
For a fun-filled trip to Northumberland's scenic coast choose Hilly Brow