Sandy Shore in Beadnell, Northumberland

What to Expect

This superb detached new build can be found in the lovely harbour village of Beadnell, close to the fishing village of Seahouses and the town of Bamburgh.

If you have always dreamt of a break that includes your close friends or extended family, this holiday home is ideal because there is room enough for eight guests and a pet. There will be no queuing for the bathroom on this staycation because Sandy Shore benefits from three bathrooms, two en suites, and a cloakroom downstairs.

Your Fitbit will go into overdrive here because there are miles and miles of coastline to discover studded with bays and beaches, nature reserves, and the Farne Islands just under four miles out to sea.

At A Glance

Detached
Log burner
2 en suites
Enclosed garden
Open plan living
Landline

Amenities

Washing machine
Dishwasher
Double oven
Cloakroom
Starter fuel pack
Wifi

About Sandy Shore

It is ideal for a group of friends or a large family gathering; it sleeps eight in four bedrooms, with two en suite shower rooms. There is an additional family bathroom with a bath and separate shower.

Downstairs, the open plan living comprises seating in front of a log burning. The open plan living has seating in front of a log burner, a kitchen with a breakfast bar, and a dining area with double doors leading out to the patio.

The large lawned area scores big points, especially with younger family members and energetic pets, and there’s off-road parking for two cars.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Beadnell

You won’t need the car to get to the beach, an award-winning two-mile stretch of golden sand. Pack the frisbees and other beach games and go a little beyond the main area where it becomes the busiest, especially in high season. There is always plenty of space further along, where the kids can explore the rock pools and your canine companion can romp in the waves. Waters sports abound on Beadnell and if you are a keen jet skier or have experience in water skiing, then this is the only AONB beach on the Northumberland’s North Coast that has permission to launch small leisure crafts from its shores.

Once you have had a glorious day in the sun, then the Craster Arms awaits, where you can enjoy a pint of Hadrian’s Border Brewery’s Northumberland Gold and tuck into a cod and chip supper. The pub is affiliated to the nearby Salt Water Café, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

It only takes one or two in your party to have walked an 18-hole golf course to lead the way for the rest to experience the game and, better still, the courses near Beadnell have links that are up there with the best in the UK. The closest is Seahouses’ Golf Club, unequalled when it comes to its four hours before nightfall tee-off times because the sunset is spectacular from the last holes. It costs as little as £70 for four players and because it is off-peak, it is suited to those who want to try their hand at the sport for the first time. The clubhouse, built in 1904, has been given a facelift and after you have completed the 18 holes, you can sit back and relax in the wood panelled bar with its extensive sea views towards Lindisfarne and the Farne islands. If you want to travel further afield, then Bamburgh Golf Club, thought to be the most picturesque course in the country, is designed on the basalt outcrop overlooking Bamburgh Castle and the sea beyond. It is only a 10-minute drive from Beadnell. Then there is Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club overlooking Embleton Bay, six miles further along and the acclaimed Alnwick Castle course that regularly hosts open competitions is a 20-minute drive.

Last Word

This Area of Outstanding National Beauty is jam-packed with things to do that will suit all members of your party. Castles and links’ golf courses abound and while you are soaking up the sun on Beadnell’s golden stretch of beach, you can be planning what to do the next day.

If you come in spring, a boat trip around the Farne Islands will pass close to the 84,000 birds such as puffins and terns nesting on the rocky outcrops. October brings the Northern Lights in all their glory and for the best seats, wrap up warm, pack blankets and head for the bay to witness this spectacular display.

Sandy Shore, with its impressive downstairs’ open plan living space and a patio overlooking a large stretch of manicured lawn, is ideal for a getaway with a group of family and friends.

Make sure to browse the full range of cottages in Beadnell for dogs on this page.
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