Spoil yourself with a stay in this original stone cottage holiday home in Embleton. Perfect for a couple, or for three or four guests, and up to two canine companions.
Beautiful sunny open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen with wooden floor and contemporary furnishings. The cottage is just yards away from a thriving village, complete with pub, shop and restaurant.
A great destination to enjoy a peaceful break where you can still explore the glorious coastline and thriving city of Newcastle which is just a short drive.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Teal Cottage
Charming original terrace self-catering holiday cottage. Big comfy chairs in modern, sunny open plan lounge. Two bedrooms, with double and twin beds. Large windows throughout to let in the morning sun.
Superb two bedroom holiday home. Open plan living area with lounge, dining space and kitchen combined. The lounge gives access to road leading to the village.
This cottage has plenty of room for two and four legged guests, and is completely pet friendly. Up to two canine companions are welcome, completely free of charge.
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Things To Do in Embleton
This amazing holiday cottage has almost too many things going for it to list, but let’s try. It’s an original terrace building, made of stone, and right in the middle of a bustling village.
Also, that village is part of some of the most stunning coastline scenery in the UK. For dog owners, there is probably nowhere else better to take a holiday with your four legged friend.
The Northumberland Heritage Coast is right here, stretching 40 miles from Berwick to Amble. There are countless opportunities to take your dog or dogs for a walk, from the Blue Flag winning beaches to the signposted country trails.
A mile away is Dunstanburgh Castle. This sits overlooking the North Sea, as it has done since the 14th Century. Before that, the site was home to an Iron Age fort. The walk from Dunstanburgh to Craster, down the coast slightly to the south, has been voted one of the top 10 walks in the country. Try it with your furry friend, and reward yourselves with a visit to Craster village. This is home to the Craster Kipper, as well as a picture perfect harbour. Further north is Seahouses, which has dog friendly boat rides to the Farne Islands. It also has some of the best fish and chips you will ever taste.
The Farne Islands are run by the National Trust, and are a sanctuary for seals and seabirds, puffins being the most famous. The biggest of the Islands is Lindisfarne, also called Holy Island. This can only be accessed by a causeway, so check the tides if you’re going. Away from the coast slightly, Alnwick is a busy county town just 8 miles inland. This is home to hundreds of shops, as well as pubs and eateries to die for. It is also home to Alnwick Castle, aka Hogwarts. The town itself and Castle visitor attractions have plenty of chances to entertain yourself and your canine companion.
It is perfectly located for a romantic break, but can be used for many holiday getaways. It’s flexible enough to house four people and two dogs, but cosy enough to feel nice and private.
Its location is perfect for doggie activities, and miles of coastline are sure to tire out even the most energetic of canine companions. There is also a host of local history to enjoy, although the charming village of Embleton might make you want to stay there.
The property has an appeal for couples, bigger parties, and especially dog owners. As a holiday destination, it’s one in a million.
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