Expect homely comforts aplenty in this charming cottage that affords glorious views of the countryside beyond to the Cheviots as well as a prime position just inland from the mid-Northumberland coast.
This charming cottage affords glorious countryside views as well as being in a prime position for easy access to the stunning Northumberland coast. Welcoming four humans and two dogs, make the most of this beautiful area and time spent together in this cosy rural retreat. Spend the day discovering dramatic castles and expansive beaches as you journey along some of the 62 miles of Northumberland Coast Path, before returning home to while away the evening in front of the crackling wood burner with a glass of wine.
Snuggle up on the comfortable sofas and plan tomorrow’s adventures as Fido listens intently at the talk of walkies. Prepare a delicious meal in the contemporary kitchen and enjoy it in the dining room with delightful views of the front garden. Have a game of football with Rover in the half-acre grassed paddock at the rear of the property and, after all that hard work, enjoy a well-deserved rest in one of the two stylish double bedrooms. Take a morning coffee and breakfast outside at the bistro table and breathe in the fresh countryside air as you bask in the morning sunshine with a salty seadog at your feet.
Journey to the beach at Low Hauxley (4.5 miles) and dig holes, fetch sticks and paddle in the salty waves. Discover the remains of a prehistoric submerged forest here and glimpse at tree stumps preserved in peat, which are possibly 7,000 years old, as they are occasionally exposed by the tides. Board a dog-friendly boat cruise around Croquet Island from Amble harbour (5 miles) and view the resident colony of puffins as well as the working lighthouse and ruins of an ancient monastery
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.