Snuggler’s Cove in Beadnell, Northumberland

What to Expect

A semi-detached bungalow, a few minutes walk from an award-winning beach and the centre of a charming fishing harbour village, it sleeps two and has accommodation all on one level.

Beadnell Bay is consistently rated one of the best beaches along the North Sea coast and to the north is the quayside where fishermen’s lobster pots are still stored in kilns once used to store volcanic quartz-dolerite commonly known as limestone.

Even though this sleepy fishing village comes alive in the height of summer, its two-mile stretch of sheltered shoreline saves it from becoming a tourist trap.

At A Glance

Quiet location
Decking
Laminated flooring
Beach 3 mins walk
Pub 5 mins walk
All ground floor

Amenities

Allocated parking 50 yards
Bath with grab rail
Washing machine
Wifi
Freeview TV
2 pets

About Snuggler’s Cove

There is one step into this ground level accommodation that sleeps two and benefits from a bathroom with a tub with grab rail and a shower overhead.

The sitting and dining area are separate from the compact kitchen that comes complete with an ample fridge/freezer, washing machine and an electric hob and oven. The sitting and dining room space has laminated flooring and a Freeview TV with a DVD.

About 50 yards from the property, there is on-road parking, a pebbled front area with a bench, and decking to the rear for meals under open skies.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Beadnell

It’s only a few minutes walk and there are the glorious golden sands of Beadnell Beach to enjoy. Here you can sit and watch the surfers challenge the swells that can reach up to 15ft. The harbour is there too where, if you are a keen angler, you can cast your line out for cod, coalfish, bass and eel, just to name a few. The North Sea at Beadnell is gin-clear, making it a popular destination for anglers and divers alike. If you’re not up for catching your supper, then head for the Bait at Beadnell beach truck that you can’t miss, open from 9 am to 4 pm and Tuesday to Saturday for its famous “one meal suppers” from 5.30 pm to 8 pm.

During your stay, at least one walk to Seahouses has to be on the cards. Take the scenic shoreline route that will take not much more than an hour. Once you are here, you can visit Lewis’s Fish Restaurant, although be warned it is so popular that the queues go out the door and round the corner. At Seahouses, you can climb abroad a customised boat for a tour of the Farne Islands. Serenity Farne Island Boat Tours have purpose-built catamarans with 360-degree platforms ideal for bird watching and photography. It can come right up to the cliff faces where you can get up close and personal with the colonies of grey seals and about 84,000 puffins nesting in the spring.

You might want to do a bit of castle-spotting while you are in the area and there is no other part of England where you will see fortress after fortress dotting the coastline. There is Alnwick Castle and its award-winning gardens that boast the world’s largest treehouse restaurant; 1,400-year-old Bamburgh Castle that is still inhabited to this day; or the partial ruins of Dunstanburgh with a championship links golf course lies in its shadow.

Last Word

A holiday by the sea can give you a new lease for life and in Beadnell, you can try out activities you never thought you’d ever attempt. From surfing and wakeboarding lessons to snorkelling with seals, it is doubtful you will run out of doing something completely different.

The location of Snugglers Cove gives you direct access to watersports, walks and even wacky nights out at the Craster Arms, renowned for its live music nights and its annual “Crastonbury”. This festival is all about promoting local talent.

You might just want to park up and not get behind the wheel of your car for your entire stay, but many visitors to Beadnell can’t resist a trip to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. However, check the tide times because the causeway leading onto the island is impassable at high tide.

If you and your loved one are looking for something completely different, then a holiday in Beadnell is guaranteed to deliver.

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