Town House Farm
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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 10
Situated in the older part of Beadnell overlooking the small village green and ancient church, this large stone-built 18th Century house provides accommodation for up to ten people. It is a large property making it very suitable for family groups. Within half a mile there is the sea shore with an attractive little harbour and beyong this a beautiful sweeping sandy bay with rocky coves. A lovely coastal footpath links Beadnell with Alnmouth and includes some of the finest scenery on the Herritage Coast, with views of the Farne Islands offshore, Dunstanbre Castle to the south and Bambara Castle to the north. There is an outdoor sports centre for wind-surfing, canoeing and sea-fishing in the village, and also several fine golf-courses near by.
The house has large rooms ,and the lounge, diner/kitchen and ensuite bedroom all have windows overlooking the village green.The family bedroom and the double bedroom are on the second floor both having pitched and beamed ceilings. The twin bedroom is on the first floor again overlooking the village green. There is a duckers bed in here which enables a variation so that up to 3 children could sleep in the same room. This is a large room with a 3 seater settee as well as the beds so can double up as a play room if the adults want a break. The house has a toilet on each floor (3) the ground floor toilet is just outside the lounge.
The lounge on the ground floor is a beautiful room with the origional stone wall and a multi burner as the main feature in the room. This makes winter bookings and Christmas time a very cosy experience. This room also looks out onto the ancient church and the village green.
Next door is the large kitchen diner which is well equipped and spacious. It provides a great facility for large groups to eat together and socialise in the evening. Many families who have stayed also enjoy a games evening on the village green which is right outside the front door. We have a bench directly outside so on nice summer evenings a glass of wine can be enjoyed whilst watching the children play. It's a great house for large families or 2 families travelling together.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Beadnell 1 km|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newcastle 60 km, Nearest railway: Chathill 5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
The house is situated opposite the ancient church on the village green. As you enter the house the large diner kitchen is to the right with views over the village green. To the left is the large but cosy lounge with a wood burning stove. This room also looks out to the village green and the church. The next floor offers a twin bedroom with a duckers bed that can be pulled out. A great room for children as there are board games and DVD's available. The other bedroom on this floor is a double with its own ensuite facilities. The second floors offers a family room with a double and 2 single beds ,a family bathroom with a shower over the bath and a further large double bedroom. The ground floor has a separate toilet off the entrance hall.
|Further details outdoors|
There is a very good children's playground a very short distance from the house and the village green directly outside the house is great for children's games.
Beadnell is a place where you will regularly see water sports taking place . Divers return on a regular basis as well.
About this location
The Northumberland region
There are some excellent sandy beaches and windsurfing in the wide Beadnell Bay' The lime Kilns owned by The National Trust dominate Beadnell's small attractive harbour. The only harbour to face west on the east coast. Beadnell is linked to Alnmouth by a beautiful coastal path with some of the finest scenery on the Heratage Coast.This passes through the pretty village of Newton By The Sea which offers a delightful pub The Ship offering good food and real ale brewed on the premises.Further along to Craster and its famous Kipper house. There is a pub with a garden that overlooks the sea.
Beadnell is an ideal location offering a pub, a cafe and a hotel. The cafe offers free access to the internet and also serves both meals ,drinks and takeaways. There is a children's playground and two beaches. One has rock pools whilst the other is a long sweeping sandy beach with views of Dunstanburgh Castle. There is a well stocked village shop with a fish and chip shop next door in the season. Its a mile and a half walk to Seahouses a livel resort with boats to the Farne Islands. Bamburgh with its famous castle is a further 4 miles.
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19 Aug 2014
"Very comfortable stay"
The premises were very clean on arrival and the owners are pet friendly and very helpful.Property is well positioned for exploring Northumberland and was comfortable for the seven of us who stayed… More
21 Jan 2013
"excellent accommodation, well equipped and lovely and warm"
Ten of us stayed at Town House Farm for a week over the New Year. I had thought the house looked really good on the web but was pleasantly surprised, on arrival, to find it was better than expected. The rooms were extremely large and well equipped and the wood burner in the lounge was superb. Although I did not personally meet the owner Sue, she was was very pleasant to communicate with by email, kept me informed and readily answered my questions. The feedback from the others in our group (all adults male/female) was that they rated the accommodation excellent although they would have preferred it if more bedrooms had on suite. We all agreed we would have no hesitation in booking this accommodation again at a future date.(If you book this property and want some games to play, there is a large box containing several, under the bed in the double room with the on suite shower.)
4 Nov 2012
"Fantastic accommodation, lovely village."
This holiday was everything we could have dreamed of. The house is beautiful, owners very friendly and helpful. Beach just a 5 minute walk away with local shop and pub. Loads to do for a family of … More
5 Jan 2012
"A perfect house and location for a family get together"
The property was everything we could have wished for. We stayed with our son and his family, and our daughter and her family. This included 4 children under 10 and the house was large enough for us to have our own space, yet when we were all together both the lounge and the kitchen/diner were big enough for us all. The bedrooms were very comfortable, the house was well heated and the kitchen very well equipped. The close proximity to the beach was ideal for the children and the dogs. It was our first visit to the Northumberland coast and we were delighted with the beauty of the area and the amenities. We loved the village of Beadnell and the surrounding area but there wasn't enough time to see and do everything so we'll be back!
The owners were most helpful and friendly and were easy to contact if necessary.