Recently refurbished to a high standard this terraced cottage is perfect for a family of four or a small group of friends.
Away from the hustle and bustle, it is a 20-minute walk into Seahouses you can enjoy this quiet location on the balcony leading off the main bedroom or on the patio to the rear of the property.
There is off-road parking for your car, and this immaculately presented holiday home welcomes up to two pets.
At A Glance
Seahouses 20-minute walk
Shop 0.5 mile
About Hasting Dairy
Freshly decorated with clean lines and laminate flooring this delightful holiday retreat sleeps four in its double bedroom and two singles. Upstairs there is a spacious balcony with outdoor furniture and the bathroom has a corner tub with an overhead shower.
Downstairs the separate eat-in kitchen that comes with a dishwasher leads out to a rear patio for alfresco dining and the off-road parking space for one car.
The sitting room with its leather sofas, TV and DVD player, has an electric fire and the entire accommodation has central heating.
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Things To Do in Seahouses
When it comes to top seaside locations, the award-winning Bamburgh Castle Inn in Seahouses will enhance your experience in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Overlooking the sea with views to the Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle this up-market inn received gold in the North East England Tourism Awards and a Great British Pub finalist two years ago. Here you can enjoy a pint of Tyneside Blonde from the Hadrian Border Brewery in the causal pub or book a table for a meal with provenance. From Swallow Fish’s smoked mackerel salad to an indulgent Lobster Thermidor, the inn’s seasonal menu won’t disappoint. It has a popular Sunday carvery from noon to 3pm and booking is essential.
To the north of Seahouses’ harbour there is a good beach with clean water, where you can sit high up on the sand dunes and look out to sea. You might spot a school of dolphins frolicking in the waves and there will always be boats coming and going from the islands 3.5 miles out to sea. You can see the Holy Island of Lindisfarne from this vantage point which could give you the idea of reserving a seat on one of the boats that regularly take visitors to this iconic destination. Nature lovers will be blown away by the bird and sea life that some of the islands are home which you can experience on two-hour cruises. There’s puffins, guillemots, Cormorants, Kittiwakes, Arctic Terns, Razorbills and Eider Ducks, and colonies of up to 4,000 grey seals.
If it’s walking that your family or group of friends are keen on then the three-mile shoreline walk to Bamburgh Castle and its award-winning beach is a must. Here you can sit back and relax on the golden sand and if you want to do something completely different then book a surfing lesson or if you have experience hire a kayak and take to the waves.
Once you’ve unpacked and refuelled a leisurely walk to the harbour front is going to be a splendid start to your stay in Seahouses. This colourful fishing village forms part of an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty and its nearby coastline is hard to beat.
A visit to this working port won’t be complete without fish and chips at the family-run Swallow Fish’s Fishermen’s Kitchen. The business has been going since 1843 and its popularity with visitors and locals alike continues to grow. While you are there you can buy fresh crab, smoked mackerel and for the adventurous home cook there’s fresh lobster too.
There is plenty for the younger set to do such as Crazy Golf or the self-guided Seahouses’ Treasure Hunt Trail that will take them two hours to complete and costs £9.99 per guide, one is enough for up to five people.
It says it all when some of Hasting Dairy guests have been four times and can’t wait until their next. Its quiet location, first floor balcony and quality furnishings and fittings makes it a deserved winner for everyone who stays here.
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