No3 Cliff House Cottages

Seahouses & Beadnell Area, Coastal

  • 3 Star

You can book this property from:

  • £285 per week
  • £41 per night
  • 3 Star

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 double bed

Appliances

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Freezer

Bathrooms

  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided
  • Shower

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Welcome pack

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Surfing
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Pony trekking/horse riding

Outdoors

  • Garden
  • Barbecue
  • Private parking

Accessibility

  • On one level, no stairs
  • Ground floor WC
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Walk-in shower

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 7:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am
  • The owner would love to provide your dog with a personalised welcome. If you are bringing pets with you please let us know your dog's name, breed and age.

  To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.

Description


A courtyard of four 1 bedroom holiday cottages in the old fishing quarter of Seahouses

Close to the harbour and ideally situated for the amenities of the village, beach walks and other outdoor activities.

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).

No 3 is our smallest cottage, ideal for the single traveller or couple.

Entrance

  • Courtyard of four 1 bedroom holiday cottages
  • In the old fishing quarter of Seahouses
  • Close to the harbour
  • Enter into a small porch leading to shower room and open plan lounge kitchen diner
  • Karndean floor throughout
  • No3 is single storey
  • Off street parking for 1 car

Kitchen

  • Open plan lounge kitchen diner
  • Electric oven
  • Ceramic hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge Freezer
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Good range of quality china, cutlery & glasses
  • Good range of cookware & bake ware

Dining area

  • Open plan lounge kitchen diner
  • Unit for all crockery, cutlery and glasses with a drop down front which is a table.
  • Foldaway chairs

Lounge

  • Open plan lounge kitchen diner
  • 1 linen sofa
  • Freeview TV
  • DVD
  • CD/Radio
  • Range of CD's and DVD's
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Electric thermostatically controlled wall radiators (not night storage)

Bedroom & shower room

  • Small ground floor double bedroom
  • Standard double bed
  • Wardrobe
  • Chest of drawers
  • Electric heater (Not night storage)
  • Hairdryer

Communal Laundry Room (currently unavailable due to covid 19)

  • Automatic washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hoover
  • Cleaning materials

Entertainment

  • Freeview TV
  • DVD
  • CD/Radio
  • Wi-fi
  • Range of CD's and DVD's
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Loads of tourist information leaflets

Outside Facilities

  • Off street parking for 1 car
  • Picnic table per cottage

What's included at No 3 Cliff House Cottages

  • Bedding (duvets per bed & 2 pillows per person)
  • Bed linen
  • Towels (hand & bath sheet per person, plus bathroom hand towel)
  • Kitchen towel
  • Tea-towel
  • Oven glove
  • Electricity
  • Wi-fi
  • Welcome Pack: tea, coffee, sugar, milk and a sweet treat
  • Off street parking for 1 car

What can be arranged at No 3 Cliff House Cottages

  • 1 small/medium well behaved dog welcome @ £25.00 per dog per week or part thereof
  • Dog duvet
  • Plastic dog bed
  • Dog crate medium
  • Beach towels

Bringing Your Dog on Holiday

Cliff House No 3 welcomes 1 small to medium well behaved dog (up to 2) @ £25.00 per dog per week or part thereof. When you book you will be asked to provide some information about your pet which will aide the owner in ensuring that the property is set up to welcome them.

 

A bit of K9 etiquette should be observed during your stay:-

  • Your pet should not be left in the property unattended (unless crated - crates can be hired)
  • Your pet should not be allowed in the bedrooms or on furniture
  • On booking for your pet, you are confirming that it is fully up to date on its flea treatment.

The following items are available to hire if you are bringing your K9 friend

  • Dog duvet
  • Plastic dog bed
  • Dog crate medium

 

Special Notes & Conditions.

  • Well behaved dog welcome (small to medium sized) - £25.00 per dog per week or part thereof.
  • Mobile signal can be a problem here - EE (T-mobile / Orange) is the most consistent provider, but if you smart phone allows you may be able to make wi-fi calls.
  • This is a no smoking and no vaping property.

Accessibility

Read the full Access Statement for this property.

Access Statement

Access Guide

Property name: No3 Cliff House Cottages

Description: No. 3 Cliff House Cottages is a stone built terraced cottage in small courtyard in the heart of the old fishing quarter of Seahouses. The courtyard is traditionally cobbled and a smooth path runs in front of the cottage. The entrance archway into Cliff House Cottages courtyard is 3100mm (10’2”) wide, 1900mm (6’3’) high at the lowest point and 2300mm (7’6”) at the highest point in the centre.

Pre-arrival
The nearest bus stop is: next to the Memorial Roundabout 250m away
The nearest train station is: Chathill Railway Station is 5 miles away
The nearest food shop is: Main Street Co-Op
The nearest pub/restaurant is: The Black Swan
The nearest petrol station is: King street
Mobility equipment hire: No

Arrival and car parking
Type of parking available: Car parking is available directly outside the cottage. • Disabled spaces are available in Seahouses Car Park 250m.
For what sized cars:
Good space to unload once parked: Outside the courtyard the pavements are in good repair, the is a steep incline down to the harbour
Number of spaces available: Off street parking for 1 car.
The parking surface is:
Distance to the property from the parking: Car parking is available directly outside the cottage
Is the parking level:
Distance to nearest parking area: Car parking is available directly outside the cottage
Is it pay and display: No
The width of the path to the property:
How many steps are there en-route to the entrance: The step from the path is 3cm high on to a 35cm deep piece of slate. The second step is concrete 4cm high and 25cm deep.

Main entrance
How many entrances are there:
The door widths:
Door heights:
Keyhole height:
How many steps to the entrance:

Living and dining rooms
The flooring is: The floor is carpeted, a rug is situated between the sofa in the lounge area
The door widths are: Door from the hall to the lounge/dining room is 70cm wide by 196cm high.
Is there good space between the furniture: The folding dining table (maximum size 90cm wide x 150cm long x 73cm high) has two drop leaves.

There are 4 dining chairs available inside the table.

Is the furniture movable or fixed: Moveable

 

Kitchen
The flooring is: ceramic tiles
The doors widths are:
The worktop height is: 92cm high and 60cm deep.
Is the oven set high or low: The electric oven can be accessed from the front. The oven door grill is under bench height
The fridge height is: The fridge is under the work surface with the 4* ice box at 64cm and the highest shelf being 47cm
The freezer height is: The fridge is under the work surface with the 4* ice box at 64cm and the highest shelf being 47cm
Is crockery stored high or low: Catering standard crockery is provided in the cupboards above the work surfaces. Glasses and cups etc are in the wall cupboards.
Is any equipment stored externally:

Bedrooms and landings
How many floors does the property have: 1
The number of steps between floors:
The flooring is: Wooden
The door widths are:
Bed sizes: Double
Is the bedroom furniture moveable or fixed: Moveable

Bathrooms and cloakrooms
The door widths are:
Is there an accessible or adapted WC: No
Is there an accessible or adapted bath/shower: No
Is there a ground floor WC: Yes
Is there a ground floor bath or shower room: Yes
Does the bath or shower have a grab rail or handle fitted: No
Is there any shower where access is level rather than having a step: No
The flooring is: ceramic tiles

Outdoor facilities
External areas are: Exiting from the front door, there is a courtyard area which is cobbled and therefore an uneven surface.
Outdoor furniture: Patio furniture and BBQ are available for guests to use.
Outside lighting:
Is there colour contrast on surfaces (eg white on edge of steps):
Aid for visually/mobility impaired guest:
Is the outdoor space enclosed: No
Any hazards (such as ponds, water features or steep areas):

General
Is there a landline for guests to use:
Mobile reception details:
Are electric sockets accessible without moving furniture:
Are electric sockets generally set high or low:
Do you provide speciality alarms for hearing or visually impaired guests:
Any other information:

Reviews

Very deceiving, like a tardis. Everything you’d need was in there.

Mrs Mary O,

The property was very well situated close to the harbour and town. The entrance to the courtyard was rather tight but once you were in the parking was adequate. The property is small but perfectly adequate for 2 people and a dog. we loved Northumbria and would happily return and use your website again.

Previous Customer,

Our first time at Seahouses and we were delighted with this little cottage. It is small but feels just right for a couple. It has everything you could possibly want and the owners have paid great attention to detail so there is nothing on which to improve [a rare experience for us on our many travels!] Cosy, comfortable and excellent!

Past Customer,

Location

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).
These cottages are 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).


Walking & Amenities:

  • Just a mile into the centre of Seahouses on foot, and 2.5 to Bamburgh
  • Easy access to Seahouses and all its amenities, from the busy harbour 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
  • 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).

Amenities close by:

  • Shops, butchers, bakers (no candlestick maker tho),
  • Pubs & Restaurants,
  • Newsagents,
  • Petrol station,
  • Takeaways (Italian, Indian, Chinese)
  • Harbour where you can leave on excursions to visit the Farne Islands, to see Puffins (May to July), Grey Seals and many other species of birds. The area is popular with birdwatchers and photographers.
  • Grace Darling Museum Bamburgh

A short drive:

  • Bamburgh Castle (2.5 miles north) sits atop rocky outcrop overlooking the beach,
  • 15 miles south 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

Travel and Access information:

Trains:

  • Alnmouth for Alnwick station is approx 15 miles south - a mainline station on the North East Coastal line with regular stops from London to Edinburgh
  • Berwick upon Tweed approx 25 miles north - a mainline station on the North East Coastal line with regular stops from London to Edinburgh

Bus:

  • Buses run by Arriva and Travelsure stop in Seahouses itself the X15 and the X18 services run north and south along the coast from Berwick to Newcastle

Airport:

  • Newcastle International is approx 50 miles south,
  • Edinburgh Airport is approx 90 miles north
  • Both airports have daily internal flights from a number of UK locations, and international flights on a regular basis.
  • Car hire is available from both airports.

Cycling:

  • Seahouses is situated on Sustrans Coast and Castles Route 1 and is a popular stopping point.

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