Find a haven to unwind in this stunning country cottage in Old Hartley. Perfect for a couple, small family or group, including one well behaved canine companion.
Sunny open plan lounge and dining area with rustic country furnishings. Homely wood burner in original fireplace and chimney breast, ideal for the evenings. The cottage is a short stroll to a dog friendly pub.
It is a great rural property for anyone looking to escape the busy city and unwind with family and friends. It is also a brilliant base to explore the vast attractions that Northumberland has to offer.
At A Glance
About Brier Dene End Cottage
Delightful self-catering holiday cottage. Country furnishings in a sunny open plan lounge and dining area. Two superb bedrooms with double and twin beds. Lounge and kitchen naturally lit through large windows.
Charming two bedroom holiday home. Spacious open plan living area with wood burner in original chimney breast and fireplace. Lounge opens onto patio with outdoor furniture.
The cottage is pet-friendly. One well behaved doggie is welcome to enjoy your holiday stay with you; and it won’t cost you any extra for the pleasure.
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Things To Do in Whitley Bay
Brier Dene End Cottage offers the best of quite a few worlds. Hidden on a country lane just north of Whitley Bay, the cottage is part of a working farm with its own Welsh Mountain Ponies.
There are bridleways, cycle paths and walking trails all around the area, including a restored Waggonway from the area’s industrial past, which passes right next to the farm. The local pub is just down the lane, and is very dog friendly.
To the east of the Cottage lie the coastal settlements around Hartley and Seaton Sluice. Seaton Sluice has some excellent, traditional pubs, serving locally caught fish and world famous chips. There is also a supermarket for all your provisions. Just down the road and out to sea is St. Mary’s Island, home to the iconic lighthouse for which Whitley Bay is famous. This is cut off from the mainland twice a day by the tides, and only accessible by a causeway. The headland near the island is a bird sanctuary, with a path following the coast for your furry friend to explore.
The English Coastal Path runs north and south along the coast, and passes some spectacular beaches on the way. There are plenty of places to stop for ice cream and water if your four legged friend needs a break. Follow the path south for a couple of miles, and you’ll find Tynemouth, home to the world famous Longsands Beach. Here is a mile long stretch of sand, extremely popular with dog walkers from near and far. Tynemouth itself is home to the Priory English Heritage site, and many quirky local shops, as well as pubs, cafés and restaurants.
Whitley Bay is just to the south of the cottage, and has plenty to amuse both you and your canine companion. From here, Newcastle upon Tyne is within easy reach, with all the regional capital city has to offer. Dogs are welcome on the Tyne and Wear Metro, which runs directly from Whitley Bay to Newcastle, including its international airport.
Brier Dene End Cottage is the perfect place for a romantic break or a family holiday. Your four legged friend will be spoilt for choice of things to do, and will love exploring the local area. The location is rural, but at the seaside, and there are busy towns and villages within a short drive or bike ride.
The cottage itself is extremely peaceful, as is the surrounding area. However, there is much more on offer for the adventurous dog owner.
Brier Dene End Cottage
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