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B and Bs in Newbiggin by the Sea

The Captains Lodge
2 Haven View
Newbiggin by the Sea
Northumberland

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Newbiggin by the Sea is a great place to base yourself whilst discovering the delights of Northumberland and the Borders. The Captain's Lodge enjoys a glorious position with superb views over Newbiggin Bay and Church Point. We also a double en-suite bedroom with four poster bed; and a single bedroom with a separate private shower room; available for your exclusive use. All rooms have TV and free wireless Internet access; tea and coffee making facilities; and hair driers. Rooms are available from 4.30pm unless by prior arrangement.With an open fire together with traditional home cooked meals it is an ideal location to relax and unwind. In the summer months enjoy the views from a sun-lit patio; with steps leading down to the promenade.We are located near Wansbeck General Hospital; and at the start of the Coast to Coast Walk. We are also ideally situated for Alnwick; Morpeth; Bamburgh; Newcastle; Cramlington; The Metro Centre and the whole of Northumberland. You will discover a legacy of castles; historic houses; abbeys and priories and an abundance of visitor attractions inspired by our rich cultural heritage; from museums and galleries to beautiful gardens.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises (Only service pets are allowed). Off street parking facilities available. Strictly no food or drink allowed in the bedrooms (Only the in room tea & coffee facilities provided are allowed). All Children are welcome on the premises. Check-in time: 16:30 check-out time: 10:30

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