Northolme in Beadnell, Northumberland

What to Expect

This spacious and New England-style clapboard house has room enough for your family and a couple of friends too. Located just two minutes from the beach at Beadnell Bay, it is a perfect base for water sports and you even have access to the communal tennis courts.

Three bedrooms sleep eight guests, one bedroom is on the ground floor, and light streams in from the apex glass windows and side skylights onto the open plan living area. Outside there is a luxury hot tub that seats seven people and the wrap-around decking has garden furniture for alfresco dining and a BBQ.

At A Glance

Ground floor bedroom
Ground floor WC
Wraparound decking
Multi-fuel burner
One king-size en suite
2 minutes to the beach


Super-size hot tub
Coffee machine
Bread maker
Access to tennis courts

About Northolme

There are three bedrooms, one king-size bedroom on the ground floor, the main en suite, and one with a double bed and a bunk, ideal for the younger set. There is a family bathroom on the first floor and a WC with a basin at ground level.

The long galley kitchen is very well equipped and has everything that opens and closes, and this includes a bread maker, a coffee and Nespresso machine, a range cooker with a gas hob and, like all the bedrooms, a music docking station.

There is ample space for everyone at the dining table, where there are double doors leading out to the wrap-around balcony. Equipped for a family barbeque or just some alfresco dining, the outdoor space has a luxury seven-seater hot tub.

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Things To Do in Beadnell

You are in a newly developed coastal complex giving you access to the communal tennis court. So, don’t forget to pack your rackets if you enjoy playing the game. Better still, the charming harbour at Beadnell and the pristine beach of the bay will provide the perfect setting for endless hours of sun, sea and sand.

Surfing and bodyboarding are popular in this bay which can produce swells of up to 15 feet. If you have always fancied snorkelling, you won’t be disappointed when you dive in the sheltered bay when the visibility is good. For experienced divers, check out the popular Somali, a ship that was bombed and sunk in WWII, which is ripe for exploration with many of its original features and cargo still intact.
The sleepy seaside village’s pub, Craster Arms, is where you can join the locals either indoors or in the massive beer garden while sipping your Shipyard Pale Ale and tucking into fresh Seahouses’ lobster in summer and locally sourced venison and game pie in winter.

Take the three-mile coastal walk to Seahouses, a reasonably flat stroll along the seashore. You will pass by Annstead Beach that has some of the best sand dunes in Northumberland, where wildflowers such as Dog Rose and Marram Grass grow in profusion. Once you are in Seahouses, you could book a boat trip to the Farne Islands. The islands are home to more than 100,000 birds, such as puffins, arctic terns and eider ducks. Of course, not forgetting the thousands of grey seals and their pups basking on the rocks. Don’t forget to take your camera to capture this memorable experience of this abundance of beautiful birdlife with many unusual species you may have never seen before.

Last Word

From the wrap-around decking of this pristine clapboard double-storey holiday home, you can hear the sound of the sea while you sip your cocktails from the depths of the luxury super-sized hot tub. It is just so easy to spend as much time as you can outdoors when everything is there with your comfort in mind, such as the patio furniture for alfresco dining and the BBQ for fresh fish and lobster suppers.
You are only a stone’s throw from the harbour and the beach, where you can take your early morning and evening strolls or run if you feel inclined, to see the boats launching out to sea and the surfers catching a wave.

The interior of this multi-generational home-from-home benefits from the high windows, glass apex and double doors. There is a wood or charcoal burner in the sitting room with its plush sofas and board games, perfect when the wind gets up and the nights creep in.

If you are looking for a seaside retreat that still retains much of its original charm and will be a getaway that will include more than a few of you, then this is where you should be heading for your next holiday.

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