Newton By The Sea Cottages

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    Coastguard Cottage: Super family-friendly cottage in the much sought after village of Low Newton-by-the-Sea. Spectacular views over Newton Bay and Dunstanburgh Castle. Beadnell 3 miles. (Ref. 20503)

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    3B Coastguard Cottages: A former coastguard's cottage in the heart of the village of Low Newton-by-the-Sea. Stunning panoramic views over Embleton Bay and Dunstanburgh Castle. Beadnell 3 miles. (Ref. 27680)

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    Home Stead Cottage: Delightful semi-detached cottage. Lovely panoramic views towards Embleton Bay. Woodburner. Short drive to great pubs and restaurants. (Ref. 930498)

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    Grey Croft: Delightful, semi-detached converted barn on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation with woodburner. Lovely views. Easy walk down to the beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 917240)

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    West Gate: Detached single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Bright and airy. Woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, panoramic views to the sea. Beach just half a mile easy walk. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 947951)

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    Bank Top Cottage: A beautiful, single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Open plan, beams, trusses, woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, play area. Embleton Bay just half a mile walk across owner's pathway through fields. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 949760)

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    Long Cart Cottage: Stone-built barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation. Stunning views towards the sea. Buggy friendly pathway down to the sea. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 936518)

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    High Hemmel House: Stone-built cottage with hot tub and woodburner. WiFi. Short stroll to the beach, kids playground, shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile. (Ref. 930497)

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    Granary Stone House: Fabulous, semi-detached barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Woodburning stove. Ground floor bedrooms and shower room. Snooker table. Sea views. Short walk to beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 924725)

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    Broadwood House: Superb, luxury barn conversion in rural location, surrounded by stunning countryside. Just three miles from coastal villages of Beadnell and Low Newton-by-the-Sea. Decked barbecue area. Alnwick 10 miles. (Ref. 25353)

Just show me Newton By The Sea Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages in Newton By The Sea, Northumberland.

Welcome to a gem on Northumberland's Heritage Coast, surrounded by soft sands, dunes rich in wildlife and rocky headlands. Owned almost exclusively by the National Trust, whitewashed cottages and an historic pub frame the village green. Fans of 'Oz and James Drink to Britain' may recognise The Ship Inn, offering sensational food and ales from its micro brewery. If you're staying in a Newton-by-the-Sea cottage, you're bound to visit more than once!

The pub is also the start of two great coastal walks. Turn left, cross the headland to Beadnell Bay, then on to Seahouses and Bamburgh Castle. Or turn right to Craster, passing the extraordinary ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle along the way.

Sheltered by an off-shore reef, the bay at Newton is ideal for dinghy sailing, sea-kayaking and windsurfing; while surfing, kite surfing, diving and snorkelling can be enjoyed locally at Embleton and Beadnell Bays. Other sports include golf at Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Course and horse riding at Embleton Bay.

Spot all kinds of seabirds, shorebirds and wildfowl at the Newton Pool Bird Reserve, a freshwater lagoon nature reserve close to the shore, with spectacular breeding activity during May and June.

Newton is a fabulous spot to bring children, with sandy beaches great for paddling, rock pooling and sandcastle building. Catch your supper and fish from the rocks. Take a moonlit stroll along the beach and listen out for seals. In summer, look out for family events and wildlife walks.

Then round off your day with a comfortable night's sleep in your Newton-by-the-Sea cottage, ready for tomorrow's adventure.