One of only 30 or so holiday cottages which have uninterrupted views overlooking the sea in this beautiful village of Beadnell on the North Northumberland Coast. The Haven is owned by descendants of one of the oldest families in the area and is a much loved holiday cottage. Light and airy, with neutral decor and stripped wood floors, tasteful stripped pine furniture and comfortable lounge furniture, quality beds and bed linens, the cottage offers very spacious accommodation for 4 people. We welcome families, friends holidaying together, or interest groups, though sorry the house is not equipped to meet the needs of divers. Birdwatchers, walkers, golfers and those generally interested in exploring the beautiful Northumberland Coast are well catered for here, and Beadnell is central enough to explore Northumberland's much undiscovered interior as well, being only 45 minutes from the National Park, 30 minutes from Berwick upon Tweed and 20 minutes from Alnwick. WiFi is also available.
What is included:
- A large open-plan lounge and dining room bisected by the wide open tread wooden stairs leading to
- One large bedroom with king size bed with double aspect windows with views of the sea.
- One spacious twin bedroom with views of the sea.
- Both bedrooms have wash-hand basin.
- very large family bathroom, whb, toilet, bath with shower over.
- Downstairs there is a kitchen with "Stoves" oven & electric hob, dishwasher, microwave and all the crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils required for your holiday catering from a sandwich to a gourmet meal.
- Also downstairs is a spacious utility where you will find the washing machine and traditional overhead airer ("sheila maid" style).
- The cottage also has a downstairs cloakroom/toilet.
- Garage housing providing secure storage for cycles, leisure equipment and a place to dry off should the weather be inclement.
This is where you will also find the oil boiler which provides full central heating and hot water.
- The pretty enclosed garden is accessed either from the utility room or the rear door to the garage.
- Outside there is seating in the pebble & sleeper landscaped garden which is an afternoon suntrap.
What you can order (charges apply):
- all bedding, bed linen, towels, bath mat, electricity and oil
- initial supply of logs for the fire, 1st October - 31st March - further supplies available from the garage in Seahouses
- welcome pack for your arrival including initial supply of tea, coffee, sugar, butter, cake, preserve
- If you have a dog, there will be a K9 welcome pack for them too.
- eco-friendly washing up liquid, surface cleaner, dishwasher tablets, laundry tablets
- dish cloth, tea towel, kitchen towel, non-scratch scourer, toilet roll per bathroom/cloaks
- travel cot by arrangement (note: sorry we do not supply cot mattress or linen)
- TV with free view & digital radio channels,
& DVD (which also plays CD's)
- loads of tourist information leaflets
- dog-friendly pub guide
- free Wi-Fi internet access
- Beach Towels (£2 each)
- High Chair hire £5
- K9 food shop
- Dog bed £5 per stay,
- Dog duvet £5 per stay
- Dog cage £15-£20 depending on size (£10 returned on departure)
- Grocery / Food shop (Asda & Tesco do deliver to the area)
- Golf Tee times and other activities/visits can be arranged in advance ask us for a quote.
Special Terms & Notes:
A Good Housekeeping bond of £250 is required to be lodged during your stay.
Whilst The Haven does welcome children please note that the stair case is too wide to accommodate a stairgate and is of an open tread design.
We came to Northumbria for a week to relax - and that is what we have done.
Fabulous house & venue.
Very homely, relaxing & quiet.
Particularly enjoyed the walk from here to Seahouses on the beach - so did Maisie.
We will return!
|Dave & Terry plus Maisie the lab, Nov 2013
|A lovely house in a perfect location. Great for the dog as long, sandy beaches on the doorstep, without having to use the car. The two pubs in the village both welcome dogs and The Towers does the best coffee - perfect after a bracing walk on the beach! Everybody really friendly, we have enjoyed our break and will hopefully be back soon.
|Lisa, Simon & Joe Barker + Lou the labrador, Oct 2013
|I have had the time of my life! This is the most wonderful cottage and it is so homely. The weather has been good and better, even though it has rained a few days - better rain here than in Alabama where it is hot and humid. I look forward to my next trip... and I will stay here again. You must go to Cragside, it is fabulous. The Tree House in Alnwick Garden is a wonderful place for lunch. Enjoy your trip!! :)
|Carolyn Walker, Montgomery, Alabama, USA, Sep 2013
|Again, a lovely holiday in Beadnell.
The Haven is a great place to enjoy Northumberland.
Altogether we did plenty & enjoyed everything.
Wether was great and we had really nice food/service at The Craster Arms.
Dougie the dog met lots of friendly dogs and he doesn't want to go back to Sherwood Forest!
To think of it, neither do we!!
Can't wait to come back to The Haven & Beadnell.
Thanks so much.
Great location &
|Andy & Linda Turner, Brain - the dad & Dougie - the dog!!, Sep 2013
|We have had the most fantastic week here. Everywhere you look is just so beautiful, big skies & amazing beaches. So relaxed practically horizontal. Booked for next year as so impressed with the house, best ever!!
|Aly & David Wright, Sep 2013
|Another lovely week here at The Haven.
|Pat & Dennis Waites, Aug 2013
|Another fantastic holiday in Beadnell! Great sunny weather, so plenty of time on the beach and rock pooling. Cottage very clean, comfortable and does feel like home!
|Helen, Paul, Toby & Tansy. Plus Pippa the dog, Aug 2013
|Can't beat the location. Enjoyed many beaches & rock pooling over the road. Played cricket at the foot of Bamburgh Castle followed by excellent ice-creams. The Castle Hotel in Bamburgh allows dogs in the beer garden, food was surprisingly good.
|Thomlinson family, Aug 2013
|A great location and cottage for our first holiday with a dog. Lovely weather for two weeks - we will be back.
|Burr family, Aug 2013
|Had a great week of Walking, paddling 'n' playing ball with Gus the collie.
|Coll, Rose & Gus Young, Jul 2013
|Nice comfy cottage, fantastic beach, something for everyone, rock pools, sand, fossils & wildlife. We have walked and walked until we could walk no more, or that maybe because the stubborn miniature Jack Russell refused to go any further without any ice cream!!
|Steve, Pat & Amy + Max the dog, Jul 2013
Perfect weather - Perfect house - What a great week!
Everyone walked to a standstill!!
Welcome packs very welcome, loved the biscuits - thank you.
|Paul, Jackie & Kate Whiston & Monty & Mitch, Jul 2013
|Have had a wonderful, sunny week.
Walked, cycled & swam in the sea (in a wet suit).
Dogs have loved beaches & ideal cottage for them.
|Simon & Ann Morgan, Ian & Ellen Clements & dogs, Jul 2013
Had a wonderful relaxing time, love this part of the world! fantastic walks along the beaches, we will be back.
Good accommodation :)
|The Lockings, Jun 2013
|Enjoyed our return visit as much as the first time - thanks.
|The Charlesworth family, Jun 2013
|A wonderful week spent at The Haven, beautiful surroundings and fantastic weather. Lots of enjoyable walks along the coast and fun time on the beach. Gracie & Sky are going to miss their walks on the beach.
|Paul, Jo & Emma Seeney + Gracie & Sky, Jun 2013
|We've had a lovely holiday here in this beautiful cottage. Long sunny days with some amazing sunrises. Lots of good walking and some very good food at The Beadnell Towers.
|Pat & Dennis Waites, Jun 2013
|A wonderful first visit to The Have, Beadnell & hopefully not our last - a warm & comfortable base for lots of exploring & fantastic walks. Thank-you.
|The Drysdale family, May 2013
|Our annual week at The Haven is always one of the highlights of our year & this was no exception.
It feels like home from home, the moment we open the door here.
Extraordinary weather - but the cottage is wonderfully warm and everyone we meet on the beach and around the village is charming.
Thank you to Stay Northumbria who keep the cottage immaculate.
We'll be back again next year - which will be our 13th visit!
|Adrian & Amelia Cazalet & Jodie, May 2013
Had a wonderful week, The Have was perfect for us and the dogs, with plenty of walk from the house, beautiful beaches and many interesting places to visit. Good food at The Craster Arms and dog welcome. Thank you for a great holiday.
|Sandra, Robin, Allison & Kath + Willow & Charlie, May 2013
A lovely light & spacious cottage & what a beautiful sea view! We have had a wonderful week of sunshine - so lucky - and of course there was a brisk wind as well! Visited the Farne Islands, Holy Island, Cragside, Low Newton, Craster, Dunstanburgh, Bamburgh & Alnwick. A simply lovely holiday in a beautiful situation.
|David, Sheila & Archie, Apr 2013
We had fabulous time at The Haven and visited many local places. The weather was fantastic, which made the scenery and long walks on the beaches all the more enjoyable.
|Deborah & Gary, Apr 2013
|Have been meaning to send you an e-mail regarding our stay. We all had a most enjoyable and relaxing week at The Haven. Well equipped and homely cottage, views where spectacular, very central for all tourist locations. We do hope to return in the future, thank you for accomodating the Mon to Mon booking.
Mike and 'B' Winser.
|Mike and 'B' Winser, Oct 2012
|A beautiful cottage with stunning views. Truly exceeded every expectation. A wonderful, snowy Christmas too. Warm, inviting with supersoft beds and every need catered for. Thank you we will be back in the Summer......
|The Porter family, Al Air, United Arab Emirates, Dec 2010
Beadnell is a small village on the North Northumberland coast situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Once thriving as a fishing village and making its mark as a centre for the trade of lime and grain, its main thrust today is tourism, although some of the original fishing families still run boats from the pretty harbour over which stands guard the now redundant lime kilns.
The village has
a pub, a hotel, both of which serve good ale and food, a post office / convenience store and a small cafe serving delightful offerings like huge cream filled meringues and cream teas and hot broth on colder autumn days.
Beadnell is a great base - it is steeped in history - just get talking to a local and they'll exude the tales of fisher folk, farmers and the herring lasses that followed the fleet down from Scotland in the hay day of the herring and the infamous Kipper, the Border Reivers, the Scots and the Vikings and the battles that made northern england.
There's the tranquility too, beautiful expanses of unspoilt beach, ideal for water sports and the village has its own launch facilities for leisure craft. Only 2 miles north is the busier village of Seahouses from where you can take trips to the Farne Islands, sample locally made ice cream and treat yourself to Fish and Chips whilst watching the days activities in
the harbour. Or walk or cycle along the coastal path North and South, visit Castles, gardens, and find out about our religious heritage.
Sample good local produce from local suppliers and marvel at the works of local artists in one of the galleries dotted along the coast.
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Pretty exterior with sea views
a rainbow from the lounge window
the lounge overlooks the sea
Spacious dining room with sea views
Open Tread wooden staircase
Double 5' bed with traditional style bedhead
Twin room with sea view
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