Amble 6 miles.
A single-storey cottage situated in the grounds of the owner’s home on the edge of the village of Widdrington in Northumberland.
This lovely cottage is ideal for a couple or friends seeking a holiday near the Northumberland coastline.
All on the ground floor, the bedroom has a king-size double bed which can be changed to twin beds if preferred, and a luxurious bathroom, perfect for that long awaited soak.
The cottage also has an open plan, well-equipped kitchen with a dining area and a sitting area decorated with a nautical touch.
To the front of the cottage there is a patio area with furniture, perfect for relaxing and sipping your early morning tea whilst watching the sun coming up from the east.
A two-minute stroll from this cosy cottage will take you to The Widdrington Inn, which serves excellent food.
Two miles to the east lies Druridge Bay, a long crescent of golden sands, perfect for walking with your dog, or to relax, unwind and let the Northumberland coastline take your breath away.
Six miles to the north lies the busy fishing port of Amble with an array of shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways.
A little further afield takes you to the charming coastal villages of Warkworth and Alnmouth together with Morpeth, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island and Cragside, which are all within easy reach.
About the location
Morpeth 8.4 miles; Amble 6 miles;
Widdrington is a village located around eight miles north east of Morpeth, an ideal place for exploring the county of Northumberland in an area wonderful for walkers, cyclists and bird-watchers. The local parish church is Grade I listed and dates to the Norman era, commanded by elevated ruins of the 18th century Widdrington Castle. The country park at Druridge Bay is less than two miles away and the bustling little seaport of Amble, situated at the mouth of the River Coquet, can also be reached easily. Historically a centre for boatbuilding, Amble offers a marina, a harbour, sandy beaches and coastal walks to the bird sanctuary at Hauxley. Large fishing boats moor along the harbour wall and land a variety of fish, prawns, crabs and lobsters - the daily catch can be bought at a fish shop in the harbour. A mile south of Amble is Coquet Island, an RSPB reserve with a large population of terns, puffins and eider ducks, which boat trips can be arranged around. The pretty coastal villages of Alnmouth and Craster, as well as numerous superb beaches, are only a short drive away, whilst the National Trust’s Wallington Hall and Cragside are also within easy reach. Be sure to visit picturesque Warkworth and its castle, plus the charming town of Alnwick with its castle and award-winning gardens too.