Jennifer

Holiday Cottages in Northumberland by the sea


A superb, three-storey semi-detached home, situated next to The Lookout, Ref 20248, providing exemplary views, found less than half a mile through the beach in the well-known Northumberland coastal village of Embleton.

This Embleton cottage features four rooms, all of which boast incredible sea views, with the two rooms on the first-floor supplying en-suite facilities, as well as 2 have actually French oak bedrooms, as well as the roomy second-floor restroom has actually a limestone bath, causeing this to be beautifully-presented Embleton cottage perfect for a sizable family or group of buddies, as well as those searching for a unique holiday base near the magnificent Northumberland coastline.

Thoughtfully restored with coastal features, this Embleton cottage provides sisal and oak flooring downstairs, a sizable tiled kitchen area with underfloor heating and an L-shaped island product, which encompasses a seating and kitchen.

The light and airy sitting area benefits from an attractive bay window and a roaring open-fire, the ideal room for adults to escape for some peace and quiet, whilst the interestingly spacious snug/dining space has a big pine dining table for lots more formal food.

The views through the second-floor of this Embleton cottage are breathtaking, sweeping far over the landscape towards Bamburgh Castle to the north and Craster to the south.

Into back with this cottage in Embleton is an increasing, enclosed patio area with furnishings, and to leading is a big location with paving and decking, a great location to remain with a beer with the remarkable background regarding the bay to inspire your vacation programs.

Embleton Bay is a much-sought after location in the history Coastline.

A quick walk across the golden beach goes to your pretty fishing village of minimal Newton-by-the-Sea, a good place for a bite to consume and a taste of regional real ale.

Also, just a couple of hundred yards from home for this Embleton cottage is a wonderful links golf course.

This Embleton cottage provides the perfect destination for groups wanting to enjoy a seaside break collectively in spacious, comfortable deluxe.

Note: This cottage is alongside Ref. 20248, collectively they sleep 20.

Accommodation

Over three flooring. Four bed rooms: 1 x second floor French oak king-size double, 1 x French oak king-size double with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x twin with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x second floor twin. Second-floor bathroom with shower, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Home with morning meal table with archway to sitting space with open fire. Snug/dining area. First-floor laundry room.

Amenities

  • Oil central home heating with underfloor home heating in cooking area and open fire
  • Electric two fold oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and beginner pack for fire inc. in lease
  • Bed linens and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair on demand
  • Roadside parking close to home
  • Raised decked area with furniture
  • Front yard with patio, decking and furnishings
  • Sorry, no pets with no smoking
  • Shop, club and beach 8 mins go
  • Note: No stag/hen
  • Note: Underfloor heating only offered by Nov - Feb.

EMBLETON

Craster 3 kilometers; Beadnell 4 kilometers; Alnwick 7 miles.

The pretty town of Embleton is essentially placed for exploring probably one of the most attractive extends of Northumberland's Heritage Coastline. A beautiful grassy path operates from the town to neighbouring Craster, alongside the ocean and past Dunstanburgh Castle - the greatest ruined palace in Northumberland. Embleton it self features a village pub and an area hotel, and there is an excellent array of amenities in nearby Alnwick. The landscapes at nearby Howick Hall tend to be available during summer time and therefore are mentioned due to their beauty, whilst Alnwick Castle and outdoors are a 'must-see' whenever visiting the location. The keen golfer, Dunstanburgh Links Course is about 1 mile away - one of a few excellent classes when you look at the vicinity.

Region Information



Share this article





Related Posts




Blog categories


Hotels in Seahouses
Interesting fact
In the United States, there are alternative postal services besides the USPS. This means that the USPS has to perform its functions under conditions of quite intense competition. The USPS improves the quality and reliability of its services in all available ways, maximally reduce the delivery time. They have to resort to the use of modern technologies: registration of mail items via the Internet, online tracking of parcels, etc. Besides, HR online resources (lite blue, PostalEASE etc.) and applications for mobile devices, were created for the convenience of the Postal Service employees.
Latest Posts
Bamburgh Castle Seahouses
Bamburgh Castle…
Whilst the title suggests, this building…
Northumberland weekend breaks
Northumberland…
Matfen Hall The united states manor goes…
Holiday parks Northumberland coast
Holiday parks…
North East beauty The north-east is very…
Getting to Lindisfarne
Getting to Lindisfarne
Lindisfarne Festival is based from the…
When was Bamburgh Castle built
When was Bamburgh…
In summer 1772, Dr John Sharp, archdeacon…
Copyright © 2019 l www.the-dunes.com. All rights reserved.