Sandsedge Cottage is a coastal haven brimming with character and embraced by one of the most stunning Northumberland beaches. Taking its name from the sand dune grass, this charming barn conversion sits at the edge of a small cluster of stone cottages which have been carefully restored to maintain their period features whilst offering high quality, homely, Northumberland holiday cottage accommodation.
Inside you will find the evidence of this restoration with exposed ceiling beams and original stone work. The arched window in the lounge lets streams of natural light cascade in to illuminate the area, whilst the multi fuel stove ensures a cosy ambience is maintained. You will also find a television, DVD and CD player to keep you entertained, a fully equipped kitchen where you can perfect your culinary technique and a dining area for you to enjoy your produce.
There are three comfortable bedrooms; a twin, a double, and a bunk room suitable for children, all are tastefully decorated, complimenting the maritime setting. A spacious bathroom with a bath, separate shower cubicle toilet and wash basin serves the bedrooms.
The oil for the central heating, bed linen, towels, and electricity are included in the reasonable price of Sandsedge Cottage. To take advantage of the good weather, a BBQ and outdoor furniture are available, and there is plenty of storage for outdoor equipment in the garage and off road parking for two cars.
Sandsedge Cottage is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland and beyond. You will benefit from the best of both worlds as the cottage is in a tranquil setting but with the main roads only moments away, allowing easy access to Hadrian's Wall, the historic Berwick upon-Tweed, Kielder Water Park and all the castles and coastline in between. So for a comfortable and convenient retreat, book a stay here today.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||On the doorstep 200yds|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Alnmouth 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
About the local area
A well stocked farm shop with welcoming cafe is only half a mile from the property. There is a Country Park nearby, which offers a Nature Sanctuary, a visitor centre and where many water sports are available on Ladyburn Lake, also renowned for its copious wildlife. The traditional fishing village of Amble, known locally as 'the friendliest port' is 5 miles north and where boat trips to Coquet Island, populated by basking seals and breeding gulls and puffins, depart regularly. The historic market town of Morpeth, with its winding River Wansbeck, offers an extensive range of facilities only 9 miles south. Alnwick Castle along with the charitable project of Alnwick Garden, created by the Duchess of Northumberland, has a lovely woodland walk, a grand cascade waterfall and a restaurant within the largest tree house in Europe are popular visitor attractions. For those seeking more lively entertainment, the cultural metropolis of newcastle and extensive shopping facilities at Gateshead's Metro Centre are around 20 miles south.
Things to do nearby
Druridge Bay is a seven mile coastal bay stretching from the popular seaside port of Amble in the north to Cresswell in the south.
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Ladyburn Lake is a lovely nature reserve close to Druridge Bay.
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Bob Smith Fly Fishing
Bob Smith offers lessons, tuitions and courses on all aspects of fishing including river fishing, stillwater fishing and and fly fishing.
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Uncover the heritage of the country through fascinating, emotive displays and original listed colliery buildings. Expereince the exciting changing exhibition programme and explore the treasures of the past in the archives for Northumberland.
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Fishing in Amble
Amble is a fantastic base for a fishing holiday with much of the quayside devoted to moorings for local visiting fishing craft of all types.
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Amble Boat Charter
A 12 person vessel situated at the harbour in Amble. Discover wrecks, reefs and the local wildlife or try your hand at ground fishing around Coquest Island, Druridge Bay and Cresswell Skere. Tel: 01665 712561
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Northumberland Seabird Centre
The gateway to the RSPB Coquet Island from the port of Amble in Northumberland. See some of the finest selection of coastal wildlife on a boat tour - fantasic for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Tel: 01665 710835
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Cresswell Pond Nature Reserve
A nature reserve with a bird watching hide close to the village of Cresswell in Northumberland. The lagoon is full of reed beds with a number of roosting waders and wildfowl present.
Hauxley Nature Reserve
Nature reserve with a lake and six bird hides. Spring and Autumn see waders on migration whilst summer sees the birds nesting around the lake shoreline. Tel: 01665 711578
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Woodhorn Colliery Museum
Discover 800 years of history and experience some exciting events and exhibitions at the award winning Colliery Museum. Tel: 01670 528080
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Druridge Bay is a seven mile coastal bay stretching from the popular seaside port of Amble in the north to Cresswell in the south. Much of the area is owned by the National Trust and many places are set aside as nature reserves. It is a vast landscape rich in wildlife and perfect for birdwatchers and photographers.
Druridge Bay Country Park within the bay comprises of three miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes with a large freshwater lake surrounded by woodland and meadows. You can sail on Ladyburn Lake with sailing, windsurfing and canoeing lessons held throughout the summer.
The park is also a good base for exploring the area by bike with cycle tracks starting from the park.
Other facilities within the park include a visitor centre with a range of useful leaflets and guides, children's play area, cafe, gift shop and picnic site.