Coastal Cottages In Northumberland To Rent
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In these far reaches of England you’ll find not only stunning Northumberland coastal cottages, but castle-laden horizon, 30 miles of beaches, and retro-chic seaside towns. You can also expect a hidden gem or two, with a trip across the causeway to the unique Holy Island of Lindisfarne from the 6th century, or a bird-watching adventure on the Farne Islands - named by Sir David Attenborough as his favourite place to catch nature at it’s finest. Book a coastal cottage in Northumberland, and you can go see exactly what he means!
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Splendid Morpeth Cottage
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Splendid Warkworth Cottage
Cosy Morpeth Cottage
Lovely Beadnell Cottage
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Gorgeous Beadnell Cottage
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What our customers are saying about our Coastal Cottages In Northumberland To Rent.
Bob - verified booking
"Potentially a nice holiday cottage spoiled by lack of attention to detail.We didn't get off to the best of starts as the first thing to greet us on entering the cottage was a strong smell of fish. So rummaging through the kitchen for a tin of air freshener, there was none, we came upon the welcome pack. Bread, butter, milk and a bottle of white wine, there was no tea or coffee so what were you thinking, toast and a glass of milk perhaps? There was no salt or pepper either, no cooking oil, and the dishwasher had warning lights on for no salt or rinse aid. A trip to the local shop was first priority. Luckily the shop was still open, closes at 5pm and just a short walk into the village. We got back to the cottage and while my wife was unpacking I set to with the air freshener and then attacked the heating. Although there is a thermostat at the bottom of the stairs I realised that all of the radiators had been turned off, consequently the house was a little cool in the evening, except for the bathroom which was hot enough to be a sauna. The radiator valves were stubbornly stuck and took a lot of work to open, some didn't make it and stayed stuck. While on the subject of heating you should know there is no access to the boiler which is right next to the bedroom and switches on and off constantly, not helpful if you are a light sleeper, so you have to try and get a balance between keeping the house warm in the cooler evenings but not so much that the boiler keeps you awake. On the subject of sleeping I noticed complaints about traffic noise from previous guests, we arrived Friday evening and to be honest I thought they were exaggerating, however come Monday morning the traffic noise started, early morning as people head off to work, light sleepers beware.The cottage is dog friendly, as is most of Northumberland, and as a dog lover and the owner of a lovely black Labrador I think this is a great idea, although we couldn't bring ours with us as we normally live in Spain. There are however a few downsides to being pet friendly, the neighbours letting their dogs out each morning to pee on the plant pots and table legs in the courtyard, putting some washing in the excellent washer/dryer provided and having the first lot come out covered in short hairs, and then suffering flea bites on our legs after the first evening. Unfortunately I am allergic to bites and my ankle was swollen and covered in an itchy rash, trip to Boots in Amble to top up on Piriton and then an hour spent hoovering the living room and in particular the sofas sorted the problem and no further bites. On the subject of dogs I presume the stains on carpets and sofas were from previous pets.Despite all this we really enjoyed our week in Warkworth, it's a lovely area I just hope this particular holiday cottage gets a bit more care before future guests arrive."
Kate - verified booking
"Always love NorthumberlandBungalow ideally placed closed to beach on a quiet roadA quiet village...one shop, one pub and a fabulous bistro/cafe..highly recommend salt water cafe....seahouses close by with more facilities so not an issueLots of walks for the dogs...beach is two minutes awayThe access via the garage is just brilliant...we only used the front door when we arrived and leftTwo small criticisms..the main bedroom is very small....be aware plus during our stay there was a smell like old cigarette smoke in both the second bedroom and lounge which was odd in a non smoking property....no smell of dogs which we might've anticipated.....a container of febreeze seemed to eventually contain itThere also appeared to be a small leak in th conservatory roof at the side which joins the other property as floor was wet which may Ned attentionOverall I would definitely go there again though...Plus God weather...always a bonus"
Ian - verified booking
"The cottage is beautiful But the noise from traffic outside is terrible it is on a main road and very noisy, The real problem is parking. I parked my car round the ally to unpack my car a man who drives a learner driver car came knocking on my window and shouting I'm I a resident in a very aggressive manner. Then followed me to the cottage shouting at me to move my car. I left the car there until my husband came back as I was frightened to move it on my own. At 8.30 the next day I had someone banging on the cottage door and shouting at me to move my car!! I moved it to the open car park at the front. They are doing drain works in Warkworth village limiting car space to half the amount even resident carpark full!! This needs sorting out before someone gets hurt. The residents are really aggressive!!!"
phil - verified booking
"Beadnell is nice, it's pretty, we knew beforehand that there were no local facilities so it was as expected. The cottage was fine, fairly well equipped. There was a sparcity of utensils, 4 of everything which is cutting things very fine for 4 people. The double bedroom is very cramped, the bedroom with 2 single beds is fine. The garage / utility room was very useful. The big issue was the smell in the bathroom, I should not go on holiday and have to mop and bleach the bathroom floor every day. The bathroom is in desperate need of a ventilation fan, especially with a shower. The fact that there was a smell was made worse because the cleaner said it was always like that. The cleaner's work and initial presentation was excellent."
Carmen - verified booking
"My husband, two boys (ages 8 and 6) and I stayed at S87819 for our annual family holiday. The house is deceptively bigger on the inside. It was clean, comfortable and well equipped. It is in the perfect place for exploring Northumberland with young children, as nowhere is more than an hour away. I would happily stay there again and would recommend it to anyone. As my youngest son said "the beds are super dooper comfy". The two bathrooms made getting everyone organised in the morning easy. Lovely house and the owners made it feel special with little touches like leaving milk, homemade flapjack and flowers waiting for us when we arrived."