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The Sands – Home 284118 Cottage

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

Cottage / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

END OF SEASON DISCOUNT: £380 for any available week in OCTOBER

Location - Beadnell

Property Overview:

FREE WiFi

This lovely two bedroom semi-detached summer cottage is located in the heart of the village of Beadnell situated on a quiet 'no through' road.

A few minutes walk to the stunning Northumbrian coast and its two beautiful Beadnell beaches

This cottage is furnished and decorated to a high standard and equipped with everything you need during your stay including a plentiful supply of towels and linen.

Relax and enjoy this peaceful location with fabulous open views over the garden's dry stone wall to the fields and hills on the horizon. It's the perfect base from which to explore this breathtaking coastline.

ACCOMMODATION

SUMMARY:

Broadband WiFi

Parking space on the property

Bathroom with electric shower over white bath with matching hand basin and toilet

Fully enclosed garden

Flat screen HD TV

END OF SEASON DISCOUNT: £380 for any available week in OCTOBER

Location - Beadnell

Property Overview:

FREE WiFi

This lovely two bedroom semi-detached summer cottage is located in the heart of the village of Beadnell situated on a quiet 'no through' road.

A few minutes walk to the stunning Northumbrian coast and its two beautiful Beadnell beaches

This cottage is furnished and decorated to a high standard and equipped with everything you need during your stay including a plentiful supply of towels and linen.

Relax and enjoy this peaceful location with fabulous open views over the garden's dry stone wall to the fields and hills on the horizon. It's the perfect base from which to explore this breathtaking coastline.

ACCOMMODATION

SUMMARY:

Broadband WiFi

Parking space on the property

Bathroom with electric shower over white bath with matching hand basin and toilet

Fully enclosed garden

Flat screen HD TV with Freeview

Stereo DAB Radio

Original coast inspired artworks throughout the cottage

Fridge/freezer

2 Sets of Garden tables and chairs (covered and uncovered patio areas)

High chair

Hob/oven

Iron and ironing board

Microwave

Tourist information in cottage

Travel Cot

Washing machine

Lounge/Dining Room:

- An open plan living area which is light and spacious.

- Comfortable 3 seater sofa & rocking chair, large coffee table,

- Flat screen HDTV (with Freeview),

- Pure DAB stereo radio

- Beautiful original marine-themed artworks featured on the walls.

- French doors through to covered patio and very well maintained lawned lavender garden.

Kitchen:

- Fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, saucepans, crockery & cutlery.

Dining Area:

- Old pine dining table with seating for four (adjacent to kitchen)

First Floor

Open plan staircase leading to first floor. Fitted closet on landing which houses steam iron and full size ironing board.

Bedroom 1:

- Double bedroom, bedside tables, dressing table with drawer, lovely views across open countryside to The Cheviot Hills. Lovely thick lined curtains and original artworks on the wall.

Bedroom 2:

- Bunk Bedroom with small set of drawers and thick lined curtains. Adult sized bunk beds but restricted space in this room may make it less easy for adults and more suited to children.

Bathroom:

- Electric shower over white bath, hand basin, w.c. glass shower screen and tiled floor.

Outside:

There is a garden at the front and an enclosed south west facing garden at the back which is perfect for outside dining in the warmer months.

Covered patio area through the french doors and a well maintained lawned lavender garden which extends down to the uncovered patio by the drystone wall which catches the sun throughout the day. Spectacular views across open countryside to the Cheviot Hills. Chat to the two friendly horses, Woody and Danny, over the drystone wall.

Parking:

There is off street parking for one car at the front of the cottage and on street parking for another outside the cottage.

All bedding linen is provided and plenty of fresh bath and hand towels.

This cottage is pet free.

Location:

The village of Beadnell is located on the North Northumberland coastline, 2 miles south of Seahouses, 12 miles north of Alnwick and 5 miles south of Bamburgh. It is well known for it's wide, dune sheltered sandy beaches and superb scenery along with its picturesque villages overlooked by magnificent castles.

The historic village of Beadnell lies just a few miles east of the main A1 that links Edinburgh with Newcastle-upon-Tyne, but despite this, it remains off the beaten track and as a result has not been spoilt by over-development.

Beadnell is a peaceful village but benefits from a couple of good pubs, offering excellent food, an excellent fish and chip shop and general store. The village provides an ideal central point from which to discover this fascinating and picturesque coastline.

Location description from owner

The England region

The Sands Cottage is just five minutes from the sea in the remote Northumbrian fishing village of Beadnell.

Beadnell is just 12 miles north of Alnwick (go there to see the castle and Alnwick Garden), 5 miles south of Bamburgh where you won't be able to miss the most spectacularly located castle anywhere.

It is perched high on the rocks overlooking the sand dunes and the North Sea. Seahouses is just a short 2 miles away where you can get all your provisions, eat great fish and chips or book boat trips to the Farne Islands where you will see seals and puffins (May, June & July).

Turn inland and you'll see even more castles (Northumberland has more castles than anywhere else in England) at your disposal and access to one of England's last open wildernesses; the Northumberland National Park, (officially England's most tranquil place and, it is so dark, it is the best location to stargaze - there is an observatory in Kielder Forest). The dramatic Northumbrian hills and sheltered valleys stretch from Hadrian's Wall to the Scottish border.

If you feel the urge to visit a city then Newcastle is only just over an hour away and even Edinburgh can be done in a day! Nearest local towns are Alnwick (12 miles south) and Morpeth (20 miles south of Alnwick)

Beadnell

The area is renowned for it's wide sandy beaches and sheltered sand dunes. Ideal for walking. You can walk south of Beadnell along the coastal path to Newton By The Sea where you can have the most enjoyable luch at The Ship Inn.

If you're appetite is not quite ready, soldier on south past the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle to Craster, famous for its kippers and crab sandwiches - The Jolly Fisherman pub is the best place to have these sitting in their garden overlooking the sea with spectacular views of the coast.

Walking along the beach north from Beadnell you will first come to Seahouses. Lots to see and do there (read about the boat trips above) and for sustenance we recommend any one of the fish and chip restaurants (we prefer The Neptune) or The Ship Inn just up from the harbour. The cosy little bar has to be seen to believed - you'll never see a ceiling adorned with so much marine paraphernalia as you'll see here - with not even a speck of dust! Great food with local and regional ales all served here in this family run inn.

You can walk even further from here heading north to Bamburgh without leaving the beach. Just head for the castle, about 2.5 miles further along the beach.

If all of this is too energetic then the beach on Beadnell Bay will suit everyone. Watersports are available too - the sheltered bay is ideal. For land lovers, the beach is so wide when the tide is out you could easily have a full size football pitch running lengthways between the water and the dunes. The dunes provide great shelter; sit below them have a barbecue. Two local pubs are family-friendly and offer a great choice of food and drinks. In the high season, you can sit on the picnic benches outside the village's great little fish and chip shop which sits behind the dunes by the (other, closer) beach.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Double Bed
    Bedroom 2: Bunk Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Safe
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • High chair available
  • Satellite TV
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:16:00, Check out time:11:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
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Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

John R
Response rate:
85%
Calendar updated:
25 Sep 2016
Years listed:
3
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 28 Nov 2012. Located in Northumberland, it has 23 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £380 to £650.

The Owner has a response rate of 85% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 25 Sep 2016.

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“4th visit to this property - says it all really!”

Reviewed 10 Jul 2016

We've visited The Sands 4 times and it is one of the best holiday properties we have stayed in. Everything we need is there, clean, tidy, well presented, friendly and helpful owners, and the little added touches that make a holiday special. Handy for two beaches and an excellent chip shop, comfortable beds, plenty of towels, horses at the bottom of the garden. We love it.

Thank you Mum! Seriously, the most flattering feedback we can get is a a returning guest.

“Great little place, conveniently located”

Reviewed 9 Jun 2015

We stayed during half term week with our 2 year old. Cottage was well equipped for those travelling with young children and had a high chair and travel cot. The cottage is comfortable and compact, perfect for us three. The garden was great and we managed to sit out a few evenings and meet the horses. It's a quiet spot, located in a cul de sac. The beach is a short walk away and the two village pub/hotels are less than 5 mins walk. We liked the convenience of the location - just two miles from Seahouses, and not too far from Alnwick, Bamburgh and Lindisfarne. Would recommend.

Thank you for your kind comments. Beadnell is a special place to get away from it all but without being completely isolated.

“A perfect base for exploring Northumberland - we'll be back!”

Reviewed 14 Apr 2015

The Sands was a cosy and comfortable cottage and a great base for exploring Northumberland. As we were extremely lucky with the weather - glorious sunshine every day - we were out all day at various beaches and sight-seeing, and our youngest loved the boat trip to the Farne Islands where we saw seals, birds and even a couple of puffins. We enjoyed being able to walk to the local beaches where we watched the surfers and collected shells, and we ate at both pubs in the village - a welcome change for Mum! We also went along to the Spring Fling at the WI hall and got a few bargains and homemade cakes. The locals were warm and welcoming, and overall everything about our holiday and accommodation was top notch. The garden was perfect for children to play out safely while you have a coffee on the patio, or watch the horses in the fields. An idyllic spot. The owners John and Heather left us a delicious cake on arrival - a lovely and much-appreciated welcome! We hope to return next year.

Thank you for your positive review. You certainly made the most of what the village had to offer! It's always very rewarding for us to receive reviews like this and the fact that you would like to return next year makes it even better - we look forward to welcoming you again!

“Wow ! Only 2 minutes walk to the stunning Beadnell Bay and beach.”

Reviewed 3 Nov 2014

Our stay in Beadnell was eagerly anticipated and did not disappoint. From the clean , crisp , snug surroundings of our cottage to the wide open spaces of Beadnell Bay my family of 4 ( two boys aged 12 and 7 )were in our element . Either taking in the culture of the castles at Alnwick , Bamburgh or Dunstonburgh or body boarding in sea at Beadnell our whole stay was great . Our first visit to. Northumberland was worth the wait and we will definitely return to the area and to the cottage so well presented by the owners !!

It's great to get such wonderful feedback - thank you! But what is even better is to hear that you and your family had such an enjoyable stay. Sounds like you made the most of your stay in Northumberland and it would be a pleasure to see you back soon.

“Compact, well equipped and clean. Great location and cottage.”

Reviewed 26 Aug 2014

Travelled with my partner and 2 kids (aged 11 & 12) and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cottage is compact, well equipped and clean. It is in an ideal location, quiet and a 5 minute walk to the sea front. The free wifi was a nice addition.

Thank you for your positive review. I'm glad you all enjoyed the place, it is a nice little spot too for a family beach holiday and I hope one day you'll return.

“Lovely break at The Sands”

Reviewed 29 Jul 2014

Very well equipped cottage. Clean and welcoming. Cake and tea on arrival was a very nice touch. A great location from which to explore this fascinating and historic coastline.

Thank you for your positive review. It's always good to hear that guests liked the cottage and enjoyed exploring the area - it is a very special place, especially when the weather is as fine as it has been.

“A lovely cottage with a homely feel”

Reviewed 26 Jun 2014

The cottage was well looked after and had a very local feel, with some nice pictures and nautical themed decorations. The welcome cake was very nice, and the garden was a real sun-trap (we were lucky to get some sun!). Swallows came to investigate and may be nesting now. The area is beautiful, we visited the Farne Islands, and had the experience of being bombed by terns - not to be missed, and they didn't! The bunk beds are full-sized, but we were four adults and personally we found the second room a little small, though it would be quite OK for a family with children.

We're really pleased you enjoyed our cottage. The second bedroom is small and hence the bunk beds which we had specially made and although they are adult sized they don't compromise the remaining space in the room that much and we think they are worth having. That said, the room is probably more suited to children because of the size restriction and we have therefore amended the property description to point this out. Thank you for this constructive feedback and also the nice things you said about our cottage. I will keep you up to date on the swallows as previously promised.

“A comfortable base for exploring a very beautiful area.”

Reviewed 26 Sep 2013

A warm welcome with beverages and cake. The cottage was clean with lots of bedlinen and towels provided. A safe enclosed garden overlooking fields. Entertained by the nesting swallows under the patio roof.

Thank you for your positive comments. The swallows were definitely a hit this year.

“Lovely house in a beautiful area”

Reviewed 15 Jul 2013

The house is semi-detached on the edge of quiet estate so has lovely views of the fields (complete with 2 resident horses, hares, cattle etc). There were swallows nesting in the porch which proved an additional bonus. Beadnell has 2 stunning beaches and is perfectly placed for trips to the Farne Islands, Bamburgh and Dunstanburgh castles, Lindisfarne and Alnwick. The Sands is very light and well-decorated with comfortable beds and a well-equipped kitchen. It feels like a real home and the owners, Heather and John, are lovely people who provide all the information you need to enjoy a memorable holiday in this beautiful part on the UK.

Thank you for such a lovely review. We're thrilled you got so much out of your stay up here.

“Great location, excellent facility.”

Reviewed 25 Jun 2013

Quick & easy access to all the coastline. Very quiet & peaceful location. All amenities provided for with comfortable interior in very good order. Key safe is excellent way of gaining entry as we could not tell when we would arrive.

Thank you for your positive review; it is really appreciated. We're delighted you had a nice stay up here and we hope you come back.

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