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2 Bamburgh Gate

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Very Good 4.5/5 Score from 16 reviews

Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 6 km
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Recently restored, stone-built agricultural building which has been converted into a cosy studio cottage for two people (also pet-friendly). Located in a secluded location amongst rolling Northumberland countryside with stunning views to the south and yet only 15 minutes from the beach. Great care has been taken to use original local materials in the restoration of the cottage with exposed beams, cast-iron toilet cistern and stone hearth.

Bamburgh Gate provides the perfect centre for exploring the beaches, islands, hills and castles along the unspoilt Northumbria coastline. Within 30 minutes drive are Holy Island, Berwick upon Tweed, Alnwick, Alnmouth, Beadnell, Seahouses, Craster and Newton by the Sea. Cragside Hall gardens are about 45 minutes and Newcastle upon Tyne or Edinburgh both little more than an hour away. The location is ideal for walkers, cyclists, surfers, fishermen, golfers and bird watchers. A choice of great pubs and restaurants is available within a few miles.

Would-be chefs are encouraged to try cooking local Northumberland produce from a list of sustainable sources. Fresh Boulmer Bay lobsters & langoustines, Alnmouth Bay salmon, sea trout, cod, mackerel, Northumberland beef and lamb are all readily available. We have our own fishing boat based at Alnmouth from which we can offer guests seasonal catches. The property is also equipped with its own kitchen garden which is planted with herbs, salad and vegetables. Guests are welcome to pick their own produce when is season and make an appropriate contribution to an honesty box. A set of Sabatier chefs knives, griddle pan & lobster claw crackers are provided and all you need is the healthy appetite generated after a long walk on the beach.

Available for short breaks (3 night weekends & 4 night mid-week breaks) between October and May each year, otherwise full weeks from Friday to Friday.

Spacious open plan area with TV/VDVD, Wi-fi. Log Burner. Electric oven & hob. Fridge. Microwave. Double bed. French doors to private garden & patio area with seating. Separate bathroom - Shower. WC & whb. Private parking.

All power and bed linen included in rental but solid fuel for the stove and bathroom towels are not. Our studio cottages are compact, which makes them low maintenance, and experience has taught us that most people would prefer to pay a lower rate for their stay and do their own cleaning (including in the price the cost of cleaning and the provision/laundering of towels each week, could add as much as 20-25% to each booking). For those less concerned about the cost, both cleaning and towels are offered as a paid option at point of booking.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Bamburgh 6 km
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 6 km
Family friendly Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking

The Northumberland region

Bamburgh sits of the beautiful Northumberland Heritage Coastline about 50 miles north of Newcastle and 70 south of Edinburgh. East Coast mainline trains from nearby Alnwick reach both these destinations. Hadrians Wall, Keilder Reservoir & Forest and the Scottish border country are all within about an hours drive.

For a long time a hidden gem, Northumberland is being discovered for the unique and beguiling landscape that is is. From countless miles of pristine beaches and sand dunes, is climbs through gently rolling hills to high moor and on to mountains. Its history means it is peppered with castles and historic monuments, now often with spectacular gardens or antique collections.

There are lakes and rivers that now boast some of the best salmon and trout fishing in Europe - usually much cheaper than better-known alternatives and sometimes even free!

Local fishermen still land fresh sea food from small boats, which can often be bought locally at great prices. Newly refurbished pubs and restaurants have started to exploit this great resource and now fabulous food can be had in the area.

On the back of the increase in visitors there are now all kinds of activities to be enjoyed, many based around the water but also for those on foot or two wheels.

In short, the North East can now offer everything from the vibrant city experience of Newcastle with its world famous Quayside to, full-on kite surfing with your friends, or the peace and tranquillity of a clean white beach, often all to yourself (even in July).

Bamburgh

Things to do when staying at Bamburgh Gate

Bambugh is a really nice little place: its castle, dunes and beaches are truly spectacular – its iconic castle situated amongst rolling sand dunes was voted 2nd best view in Britain after The Lakes. From the beach you can see over to The Farne Islands, including Holy Island and during the season there are boat trips from Seahouses to visit the islands and see the seals and other wildlife. Bamburghs has cafés, pubs and a couple of shops – try the Beckleberries local ice cream – it's to die for! The local butcher also has award-winning sausages and pies. The Grace Darling museum is a fascinating tribute to amazingly brave young woman and is also buried across the road in the church yard. Nearby Budle Bay, just a couple of miles north of Bamburgh is an extremely beautiful tidal estuary and a magnet for bird watchers and walkers. You can reach it via a beach/dune-top walk.

A 'must do' is a walk from Newton by the Sea (20 minute drive south along the coast) to Dunstanburgh Castle followed by crab sandwiches and their own real ale at The Ship Inn at Newton. If you have the stamina, continue past Dunstanburgh Castle a further 2 miles to Craster. Have a coffee at the Shoreline Café before visiting Robsons, the home of the famous Craster kippers. They also sell fresh fish and shellfish. Also featured in the Guardian Top 10 Walks at http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2010/aug/17/top-10-uk-walks-northumberland

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Review 1-10 of 16

24 Nov 2014

5/5

"Tranquil Luxury"

This is the second time we have stayed here and it was just as wonderful as the first time! A few extra luxuries makes this a superior place to stay. Clean and airy with excellent views across the fie… More

28 Oct 2014

5/5

"Secluded cottage comfort for two"

This was just a delightful place to stay- out in the country, overlooking fields, beautifully quiet but only 10 mins from Bamburgh. The facilities were more than adequate and it was wonderfully comfor… More

14 Sep 2014

5/5

"Spot on"

Just had a week here and it was spot on just what we were looking for. Very clean and tidy. Everything you could ask for and at a great price. With in easy accesses of all the main attractions I.e Bam… More

22 Aug 2014

5/5

"Summer Holiday..."

We have just come back from a very relaxing week staying at no2 Bambrugh Gate. Location is fab for getting out and about and the information contained in the folder in the cottage aided us no end on p… More

19 Aug 2014

4/5

"Perfect Idyll in the Centre of an Ancient Kingdom"

A newly modernised and perfectly functional accommodation in a perfect location for exploring the beautiful county of Northumberland. Easily accessible from the A1 but practically ruralwhen you arrive… More

22 Jun 2014

5/5

"Comfortable and convenient"

The location just away from the A1 was really handy for visiting all the local attractions but far enough away to avoid any traffic noise.The cottage was compact but had all we needed. We ate in on f… More

3 Apr 2014

4/5

"Great cosy place to stay for short breaks"

We found this place, clean and tidy, with everything you need for a short break. The log burner kept us warm and cosy so we didn't need any other heating. Great location for trips out but you d… More

4 Feb 2014

5/5

"Winter Joy"

We very much enjoyed a midweek break in this lovely studio. It is in such a peaceful location yet within easy reach of Bamburgh , Alnwick, Berwick and other lovely little coastal harbours and villages… More

14 Oct 2013

4/5

"Comfy place to stay at"

Stayed at Bamburgh Gate 2, a lovely studio cottage with attention to detail. A lot of good things to say about the place. It was warm and cosy, well situated and equipped, and since we weren't ex… More

We really appreciate the feedback. Thank you. Our studio cottages are so compact and low maintenance, experience has taught us that most people prefer to pay a lower rate for their stay by doing their own cleaning. Towels are the same really; providing and laundering these each week can add up to 15% to each booking. Our competitive pricing means that some guests can afford to visit several times a year. For those less concerned about the cost, both cleaning and towels are offered as a paid option at point of booking but clearly we needed to make this more prominent and have now done so.

13 Oct 2013

5/5

"Great Cottage. Great Location. Great Holiday."

What a fantastic holiday. Due mainly to the comforts and location of the Cottage. Very peaceful but still close enough to the A1 to make getting around the sights and locations in Northumberland very … More

This valuable feed back brought to our attention a couple of important issues which we were not aware of but have now resolved. The manual for the hob is left at the cottage and new pans have been provided and checked. We have also acquired a lovely old wooden chest with rope handles, which we have up-cycled into a coffee table and storage. Thanks for this and look forward to seeing you again.

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