Waterside in Beadnell, Northumberland

What to Expect

This bespoke holiday home can be booked as part of a pair with the neighbouring property to house 13 people or rented alone to house six adults, plus one well behaved dog easily. It is perfect as a retreat and base for exploring the surrounding coast, countryside and unique visitor attractions.

Its location on Beadnell Point gives it exceptional views out over the North Sea and up and down the Northumberland coast, and the raised rear decking area is the ideal setting to enjoy the surroundings.

Walk, cycle, swim or drive to experience local landmarks like Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, the Farnes, Alnwick, several national parks and nature reserves on your doorstep.

At A Glance

Beach location
Private development
Alfresco dining
Tennis courts
Wildlife pond
Log burner

Amenities

Cloakroom
Decked area
Gas hob
Communal gardens
Shop and pub <1 mile
2x off-road parking

About Waterside

Sleeping six across two floors to accommodate ages and abilities, a double bedroom on the ground floor next to a bathroom with WC, handrail and basin, a master double upstairs with ensuite and Juliet balcony, plus another double with access to a proper bath, shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Open plan layout downstairs with wooden flooring, comfy furnishings from sofas to padded chairs around the dining table, flat-screen tv and a wood burner in its own brick fireplace.

Naturally lit throughout, floor to ceiling glass doors opening out onto the decking with furniture for alfresco dining, and off-road parking for two cars.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Beadnell

There is a pond on-site next to Waterside, hence its name, so your nature-loving guests will have plenty to enjoy before going anywhere else. Also on site are two private tennis courts for sporty types. Access to the nearby beach is by foot only, and this is only a few minutes walk away. Beadnell Bay is very popular for kite surfing, paragliding, sailing, scuba diving and surfing. Those who just like the clean sea air can walk the dog along the sands while the others get on with it.

Beadnell is part of the Northumberland Heritage Coast AONB, which hosts a walking path stretching from Berwick upon Tweed in the north to Amble in the south. There are many visitors centres along this reserve, with rest areas, open-air dining and eating to help enjoy the views. One of the best is Dunstanburgh Castle, a 14th-century ruin maintained by the National Trust with its own picnic area. You can enjoy fish and chips at many villages up and down the coast, from Warkworth to Seahouses.

Seahouses is also the place to book boat trips to the Farne Islands, which house a protected puffin colony – a world heritage site. Bamburgh Castle is to the north, next to the causeway over to Holy Island, home of the legendary monks who make Lindisfarne Mead. Alnwick is a short drive inland to the south and has everything a buzzing modern town should, as well as a gardened castle where a real Duke (of Northumberland) lives and a fictional wizard (Harry Potter) went to school.

Last Word

Waterside is a tailor-made getaway for a family, group of friends or colleagues who appreciate their own space, as well as the natural world and the unique places Northumberland has to offer. A wooded floor, open plan layout is perfect for dog owners and walkers. The stylish but comfortable furnishing, plus downstairs double bedroom and bathroom, mean that people of all ages can be sure of a stress-free holiday.

The rugged natural beauty of the Northumbrian coastline is all around, coming as it does with reminders of the area’s pivotal role in history. Enjoy the ruined and inhabited castles while sampling locally caught fish with home-cooked chips, or try some more sophisticated cuisine in Alnwick. Test yourselves against the elements in and around the sea, or just inhale the air as you walk along the dunes and cliffs which make up the Northumberland Coast AONB.

Come home at night to your own part of a private spot on the headland, sit out on the raised decking and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the outside world while your guests do the same. Waterside is a great place for grown-ups of all ages to enjoy a unique part of the world.

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