Superbly located for touring the beautiful heritage coastline, this delightful, two-bedroom semi-detached cottage is situated in the heart of Beadnell, just a short stroll from the beach, restaurants and village shop.
As you step into the open plan living room at Lavender Cottage, with its calming hues of Farrow and Ball, you immediately feel relaxed and at home.
There is a bright kitchen, a dining area, a comfortable sitting area and a delightful conservatory with views over the fields to the sea, a lovely spot to curl up with a good book.
A staircase from the living area leads to a shower room and two pretty bedrooms, one double and a single with a perfect view of Dunstanburgh Castle beyond.
The conservatory at the rear of the cottage has French doors leading to a patio and garden, what could be nicer than relaxing with a drink, whilst taking in the views of the coast and watching the resident horses snuffle around the adjacent field.
Beadnell is a much sought after destination on the Northumberland Coast, the endless, crescent shaped golden beach and towering sand dunes are a magnet for walkers and watersports enthusiasts alike.
The pubs and restaurants in the area are always buzzing with activity, serving good wholesome fare for everyone.
There are many other activities in the surrounding area of Beadnell including a number of excellent links golf courses, cycling, horse riding and fishing.
Within easy reach from the cottage there are many attractions including the castles at Alnwick, Warkworth, Dunstanburgh and Bamburgh, Holy Island, Hadrian’s Wall and Berwick-upon-Tweed.
This cottage is in a fabulous location with so much to do from the doorstep, and central to exploring the rest of the Northumbrian coastline.
About the location
Seahouses 1.5 miles; Bamburgh 5 miles.
This attractive and peaceful harbour village is situated beside one of the most beautiful stretches of Northumberland’s Heritage Coastline - Beadnell Bay. Established in Saxon times, Beadnell was once an important fishing village and a smuggler's haven. Nowadays, it is still a fishing village, but is equally popular with holidaymakers who come to enjoy its pretty harbour and, of course, the nearby sandy beaches. The village has a shop, two pubs and a café serving food. Popular Seahouses is just over a mile away and has shops, a supermarket and restaurants, and it also offers boat trips from the harbour to the magnificent Farne Islands - a haven for bird watchers. Bamburgh is close by, whilst the market town of Alnwick with its Castle and Gardens, shops, pubs and restaurants is a short drive away.