Seahouses Cottages

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    The Dunes: Stunning, large property on the edge of Seahouses with sea views. Woodburning stoves, two sitting rooms, table football, WiFi. Large, private, enclosed garden. Off road car parking. Bamburgh 3 miles (Ref. 956045)

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    7 nights from £799

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    Crumstone Corner: Lovely, semi-detached townhouse, perfectly located at heart ofbustling seaside town of Seahouses. Well equipped and comfortable. Beaches 2 mins walk. Alnwick 10 miles. (Ref. 1907)

    7 nights from £282

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    Fisherman's Cottage: Stone-built traditional terraced cottage, close to harbour, in fishing village of Seahouses. Quality accommodation close to shops, pubs and village amenities. Bamburgh 3 miles. (Ref. 207)

    7 nights from £390

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    Sunnie Cottage: A comfortable cosy cottage, just a two minute walk from the picturesque harbour in Seahouses. Centrally located along the Heritage Coastline. An ideal base for discovering wonderful Northumberland. Bamburgh 3 miles. (Ref. 952792)

    7 nights from £323

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    Megstone: A single-storey, semi-detached bungalow, situated on a quiet estate in the heart of Beadnell. Well-equipped accommodation, with enclosed, sunny, rear garden. A great base for touring Northumberland. Seahouses 1.5 miles. (Ref. 17562)

    7 nights from £323

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    Rock Rose: Cosy semi-detached cottage in the heart of Beadnell, just a short stroll from the beach, restaurants and village shop. Electric fire, WiFi, enclosed front patio, pet-friendly. Seahouses 1.5 miles. (Ref. 936078)

    7 nights from £269

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    Lyndhurst Cottage: Cosy single-storey cottage close to the centre of Beadnell. South facing sun-room and large enclosed garden. 5 minutes to beach. Seahouses 2 miles. (Ref. 1372)

    7 nights from £359

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    Primrose Cottage: A welcoming single-storey cottage in Beadnell village. Romantic retreat. Many tourist attractions nearby. Seahouses 1.5 miles. (Ref. 17390)

    7 nights from £263

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    Sunset Cottage: Comfy semi-detached Beadnell cottage, ten minutes' walk from sandy beach at Beadnell Bay. Enclosed garden, ideal location for touring Northumberland. (Ref. 4519)

    7 nights from £330

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    Cheviot View: Cosy Northumberland cottage in Beadnell. Short walk to the beach, pubs, shops and harbour. Many tourist attractions nearby. Seahouses 1.5 miles. (Ref. 17389)

    7 nights from £285

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Just show me Seahouses Cottages

Looking for a lively base from which to tour Northumberland's stunning Heritage Coast? Then consider a Seahouses holiday cottage in this popular seaside town.

Seahouses promises an unforgettable wildlife watching experience and is the stepping stone to the Farne Islands - home to incredibly large numbers of seabirds, including puffins, guillemots, eiders, shags and terns. Mid-April to late July is the official breeding season. Once the birds flee, the islands transform into a huge colony for grey seals - view the pups from late October to mid-December. Several companies operate day trips from the harbour, a couple of which are licensed to land (at restricted times of year). Spare a moment to gaze back at the mainland for a fantastic view of Bamburgh Castle, an iconic landmark for miles around.

Back in Seahouses, potter around the colourful harbour and watch local fishermen land their catch-of-the-day. The town has an excellent reputation as a centre for fishing, as well as sailing and diving. Explore the bustling main street and sample cuisine in a number of restaurants from international to traditional and, of course, sensational fish and chips. There's also a good choice of pubs.

Don your boots and follow the coastal path north to Bamburgh and visit its splendid castle. Discover spectacular beaches and windswept sand dunes all around - perfect for walks with your dog or rock pooling with the family. Visit the local riding centre and enjoy a countryside hack or gallop along the sands.

Later, unwind at your cosy Seahouses cottage, ready for another exciting day tomorrow.