Seashore Hideaway is a pleasant walk away from the beach at Newbiggin-by-the-Sea. With a pub and shop within half a mile, there’s everything you need close to hand.
This lovely home has 2 bedrooms and is perfect for a family holiday by the coast. The living room is large with comfy sofas and a TV, and the conservatory houses the dining table and chairs.
Go out of the double doors and you’ll find yourself in a sunny garden that boasts a hot tub and a large patio area.
There’s a choice of places to go nearby, such as the Woodhorn Museum, Warkworth Castle and the bustling city of Newcastle. And head north or south and you’ll find unspoilt beaches to enjoy, each one offering something unique.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Private Hot Tub
About Seashore Hideaway
This home from home has a double and a twin bedroom upstairs sleeping up to 4 people. On the ground floor, the living room has an electric fire, a TV, a DVD player and double doors leading into a conservatory.
A dining table and chairs are in the sunny conservatory. In the kitchen, a microwave, washing machine and fridge-freezer can be found.
The back garden is enclosed with a lawn and patio area, plus a hot tub for 4 people. Up to 2 dogs are welcome here.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
Newbiggin is a quiet seaside town with a long curve of sandy beach. The Maritime Centre has a full-size lifeboat to explore and you can learn about the local fishing industry here too.
The café gets rave reviews especially the cooked breakfast and afternoon tea. St Bartholomew’s Church dates back to the 13th century and has some incredible stained glass windows and an interesting graveyard.
In the town itself, there are a few gift shops, art stores, pubs and a couple of takeaways.
A few miles north up the coast is Druridge Bay Country Park. There’s a long stretch of peaceful sandy beach here, and Ladyburn Lake sits to the back of it.
Dog walkers flock to this place, and the visitor centre provides information about the wildlife in the area. Whitley Bay is close to Newcastle and is ideal for promenade walks.
The prom goes on for miles past a few amusements arcades, a bingo hall and a selection of takeaway shops.
Warkworth Castle sits on the banks of the River Coquet next to the town of Warkworth. Part of this 600-year-old castle is in ruins but the north tower is almost complete.
It’s a dog-friendly place so Fido is welcome inside and outside. There’s also a Hermitage in the grounds – a religious building that has been built into the rocks half-a-mile from the castle.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a 40-minute drive away. There’s an old town, museums, a theatre and a shopping mall in this vibrant city. The Tyne Bridge is a must-see landmark, and the quayside area has a wide selection of pubs, bars, restaurants and an art centre.
The Northumberland coast offers miles of sandy beaches that are rarely crowded with visitors. Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is a quiet fishing town with a Maritime Centre and ice-cream shop at the back of the sands.
The well-known art installation called ‘The Couple’ is popular with visitors too. To see a little more of the coast, see the stretch from Amble to Cresswell – it is pretty and unspoilt.
For somewhere lively there’s Whitely Bay with its amusements and chip shops, and for a rugged landscape visit St Mary’s Lighthouse.
After a day exploring the region, Seashore Hideaway welcomes you back with its comfy living room, well-equipped kitchen, and bubbling hot tub in out in the garden.
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