Set in the quiet quarter of Seahouses in one of the original fishing squares, No 1 Sunnieside is a traditional fisherman's cottage which has been extended from the original two room style, to now provide a 2 bedroom cottage, ideal for couples or the smaller family.
Pets are welcome here too, and the pretty enclosed courtyard is ideal for both dogs and children.
- The open plan lounge dining kitchen with its vaulted ceiling is light and airy, with comfy sofas & chairs
- TV with Freeview and DVD
- Library of cd's and DVDs and a log effect electric stove
- The cottage is heated by night storage
- The newly fitted family bathroom has bath with electric shower over, basin and toilet
- The large double bedroom has a standard size double bed and room for a travel cot if required
- Off the lounge is a further bedroom fitted with bunks and ideal for the kids
- The cottage has recently been decorated from tip to toe by its new owners, and the easy maintenance style means that holidaying here will be a breeze
- Beautiful wood effect lounge floor is ideal for living the outdoor, indoor lifestyle
- Double patio doors which open off the kitchen make alfresco dining a must when its sunny
- The cottage is close to all the local ameneties
- A dog-friendly pub within 200 yards
- A leisurely walk into the centre of Seahouses to the local butcher, baker (no candlestick maker tho), and newsagents, chemist etc.
- This property has a good basic kitchen, fridge with ice box, electric cooker (oven, grill & hob), and microwave
- Note: The property does not have a freezer, dishwasher, washing machine or tumble drier
What's Included in the price:
- All bedding, bed linen, towels, kitchen towel & tea-towel
- Eco friendly washing up liquid and multi-surface cleaner
- Welcome supply of tea, coffee and sugar
- K9 welcome pack for doggy guests
What an be arranged (charges may apply):
- Travel cot £5 per stay - sorry no cot bedding is supplied
- High chair £5 per stay
- Dog bed £5 per stay
- Dog duvet £5 per stay
- Human or dog food shop (Asda and Tesco both deliver)
- Larger welcome pack of locally baked cake, bread, milk, butter and preserve £10.
- Golf Tee times, and other leisure activities can be arranged and booked on request.
Notes and Special Conditions
- There is a parking space on the gable end of No1 Sunnieside Square, the courtyard is shared and whilst this space is generally used by the occupants of No1, it is not designated specifically so cannot be guaranteed. Whilst that said, we have not had any reports of guests of no. 1 having problems parking.
- A good housekeeping bond of £150 is required to be lodged during your stay
- Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome. Charge of £20 per pet per stay applies.
|A lovely cosy cottage in a beautiful location.
We enjoyed lots of walks along the beaches. We visited North Berwick, Tallaton Castle, Bamburgh, Holy Island, Dunstanburgh Castle and enjoyed a boat ride out to the Farne Isles.
Our 6 year old daughter loved crabbing and rock pooling in the harbour.
The weather has been lovely all week.
We would definitely visit again and will recommend Sunnieside Square (1) to our friends and family.
|The Smith Family, Aug 2013
|Lovely cottage, great place! Had lots and lots of walks - so relaxing. Our dog Milo enjoyed his first holiday. Hope to come back soon.
|Jayne, Mathew, Andrew and Milo, Jul 2013
|Been here 4 times now and enjoyed it every time!
The weather has been fabulous all week and we have completely relaxed, as have our two dogs, Rags and Molly.
This morning down on the beach in Seahouses Harbour I proposed to my fiance Jan, and she said YES!
Beat that for a holiday!
|Jan, Kevin, Rags and Molly, Jul 2013
|Our 1st stay @ 1 Sunnieside Square, has been relaxing and enjoyable.
The light airy well appointed cottage with it's delightful courtyard contributed greatly to the state of mind.
The weather was glorious so we watered the plants and de-headed the lovely pansies!!
Thank you - we certainly hope to return.
|David and Aileen Halstead - Huddersfield, Jul 2013
|We've been coming to this part of Northumberland for the last 10-12 years (staying in B&B) so No1 Sunnieside Square has been a real "find". It's central yet quiet location was ideal for us as a base to do all the touristy things previously mentioned here. For those who like that sort of thing - a slog up to "Cheviot" makes a good day out.
Kind weather has helped to make our stay here a memorable one.
|Jose & Brian Essex, Jul 2012
|Once again we have enjoyed our stay at 1 Sunnieside Square. Comfortable as before.
Taken trips to Craster, Preston Towers and Bamburgh. Hope to be back. Still very good meals at The Black Swan. Nice Pansies in garden area.
|B & D Lovett and Otis , Jun 2012
|Great Cottage, very clean and warm close for everything needed.
The Olde Ship public house is a real ale lovers dream.
We loved the area and will be returning to this cottage next August.
P.S. This was our first holiday with a dog and it was a success, Thank You
|Martin, Kate & Jack Nr Bath, Jun 2012
|Cottage met our needs perfectly, nice quiet square, with easy and secure parking.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will book again.
Seahouses has plenty to offer, as does most of Northumberland.
I hope whoever is here next enjoys it as much as we have.
|Kevin & Jan Rags & Molly, Jun 2012
|Had a great week, cottage very comfortable, good food at Links hotel and Black Swan. Love Seahouses will be back soon.
|Di and Tony (Holly our Border Terrier), Jun 2011
|Excellent cottage in the very best part of Seahouses. Good to see an active busy harbour. Made much use of Swallows smokery.
Bamburgh Castle is an astonishing place and needs to be visited with Cragside to get the full picture of that amazing man William Armstrong.
Lindisfarne Castle was very appealing and the Priory well documented.
We had two bracing swims off the rocks in the bay south of Seahouses, watched by hundreds of birds.
A long walk along the beautiful coastline from Beadnell to Dunstanburgh Castle and back.
Excellent Grace Darling museum at Bamburgh.
A delightful week
|Richard and Biddy Trahair, Jun 2011
|Delightful cottage, really clean, tidy, and comfortable, lived up to our expectations, will recommend it highly.
Lovely coastline, although weather really cold, bright and invigorating.
Lots of good eating places would recommend Blacketts in Bamburgh for a lovely, leisurely lunch.
We will be back.
|Sandy & Janis Nelson North Lanarkshire, Feb 2011
|Nice cottage. We had a good time.
|Paul & Liz, Nov 2010
|Sunnieside cottage has been a very nice place to stay. It is well equipped, cosy and just what you need for a relaxing break. We have had a marvoullous time and "Boab" our dog loved his walks on the beach. We will be back.
|Stephen, Marion and "Boab" Spence Glasgow, Nov 2010
|Lovely cottage, very cosy. Had a brilliant time enjoying all our old haunts in this area. First time at Chillingham Castle, Brilliant for our two grandchildren.
Weather chilly but that didn't stop us spending time on our two favourite beaches, Cullernose Point and Alnmouth.
|Anne, John, Bev, Vaughan, and Billy Doncaster, Oct 2010
|We have enjoyed our long weekend at Seahouses.
The cottage is lovely and the local people are very friendly.
There is plenty to do and see and the local walks are beautiful. We will definetly come back
|Martin & Janis, Sep 2010
|We have enjoyed our week here. Our last holiday in this area was 1987, and we have revisited many old haunts, and a few new ones. The weather has been mostly good, much better than the forecast.
The cottage is very comfortable and spacious. We were delighted to discover its close proximity to the harbour. The ample seating provided was appreciated.
|Vic and Racheal Green + Sammy the dog Derby, Aug 2010
|A very nice stay with our 18 month old daughter.
Places we visited - Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Gardens, Berwick, Amble and plenty of beaches.
The cottage was good. Hope to come back soon.
|Niomi, Mat & Izzy, Jun 2010
|Good base to explore this beautiful coast line.
A good week except the cold wind. Going home tired but very relaxrd.
|Karen & Tony Wright (Norfolk) + Rosie & Alice, May 2010
|We have enjoyed our short break. It was interesting to be back in Sunnieside Square 1 again after our first stay at Seahouses 12 years ago. Since then we have always stayed at Cliff House Cottages! It is always good to be back in Seahouses!
|The Godfreys Ravenshead Notts, Apr 2010
|A good place to stay. Very close to the beach and harbour. We enjoyed going to the Farne Islands, Alnwick Gardens, Barter Books (which was really good) Bamburgh Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, and our walks on the beach.
A very clean and tidy place to stay and good that it welcomes dogs.
|The Flynn Family Leeds, Aug 2009
Only 50 yards outside the courtyard and you are on the top of the harbour wall, where seating is provided so you can while away the hours watching the toings and froings of harbour life, or stretch your legs on the beautiful beaches which run North and South and are ideal for leisurely walks, or for those more adventurous try the 6 mile return beach walk to Bamburgh, or the 14 mile return journey to Newton by the Sea (great pub awaits for the mid walk break).
The cottage is close to all the village amenities - shops, butchers, bakers (no candlestick maker tho), pubs & restaurants, newsagents, petrol station, library, resource centre for internet access, takeaways, and the harbour where you can leave on excursions to visit the Farne Islands, to see Puffins (June & July), Grey Seals and many other species of birds. The area is popular with birdwatchers and photographers.
Just 2.5 miles up the coast by road is Bamburgh and its wonderful castle on a rocky outcrop overlooking the beach, and 15 miles south you'll find Alnwick Castle and Garden a popular spot for those with green fingers, and Harry Potter fans (the castle was Hogwarts and the site of the quiddich pitch in the 1st two films).
||Post Bank Holiday reduction Central Seahouses. Accepts pets.
Sat 30 Aug 2014 - Sat 06 Sep 2014 £450.00
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The light and airy lounge diner with vaulted ceiling
The front entrance, reached via the communal courtyard that is Sunnieside Square.
Comfy seating for up to 4 people
Spacious bedroom with standard size double bed
2nd bedroom is bunk beds ideal for youngsters.
The enclosed private courtyard accessed direct from the kitchen
The enclosed sunny private courtyard
Newly fitted bathroom with shower over bath
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