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Self-Catering in Newton-by-the-Sea

Beach Cottage, Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland

Beach Cottage
Link House Farm
Newton-by-the-Sea
Northumberland

NE66 3DF | View map

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On one of the most spectacular stretches of Northumberland Heritage coast, these six individually designed cottages enjoy an idyllic location on a working farm only yards from Beadnell Bay's wonderful long sandy beach, backed by National Trust sand dunes. Perfect for walkers, bird watchers and families (all children under 12 receive a free bucket and spade!), each cottage has its own unique character and all of them offer spacious, well appointed interiors and their own garden as well as shared enjoyment of a well equipped children's play area. And the farm, which sits at the end of a lane half a mile from the village of Newton-by-the-Sea, boasts a collection of peacocks and ornamental pheasants.

Wonderful coastal walking starts at the door north to the fishing village of Beadnell and south to Low Newton's glorious sandy beach and stunning views of Dunstanburgh Castle and through to Craster, a pretty harbour village famous for its much sought after kippers. Nature lovers will delight in the area's variety of native and migrating birds, and grey seals and sea otters are often spotted along the coast.

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