Escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy a break at Glen House, a cosy, simple mid-terrace cottage on Holy Island, a tranquil retreat just a few kilometres off the Northumberland coast. If you love birds, then this little cottage is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with the harbour 400 metres away.
Located in a stunning position with sweeping views out to sea, Lookout Cottage is a just a few minutes’ walk to Embleton, with gorgeous coastal walks all round. As a former coastguard lookout, you can even sleep on the original bunks used by the coastguards, although adults will be pleased to hear there's a double bed as well.
Rockside is a former fisherman's cottage with breath-taking views over Embleton Bay. This gorgeous holiday home is conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk from The Ship Inn, a traditional pub and micro-brewery, and a family-friendly sandy beach, so should tick all your coastal holiday boxes.
Situated on Holy Island, St Oswald’s is a large (three bedroom) detached stone cottage with an uninterrupted view of the famous Lindisfarne Castle. Moments from the water’s edge, this beautiful holiday home is in a fabulous position at the very edge of the village. For architecture fans, it was also designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and features a steep pantiled roof.
Risemoor boasts a spectacular location. This spacious former pub sits between Newton Village and the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle on one of the finest stretches of beach in the UK - which is also great for rockpooling if you're taking the kids. With views over next door Newton Pool Nature Reserve, keep your eyes peeled for resident otters.