This stunning beach house is located in a highly desirable position on the headland dunes on the Northumberland coast, just a ten minute stroll from the harbour town of Amble. Signal House oozes style and sophistication, yet is a cosy and welcoming home away from home. Be mesmerised by the fantastic sea views, listen to the waves as you drift off the sleep, or enjoy a sundowner on one of the balconies. Sleeping eight guests in four bedrooms, Signal House is the perfect holiday pad for families and friends looking for a holiday by the sea. Enjoy walks from the front door, kayaking in Amble or take a cruise around Coquet Island. For those who want to venture further afield there are plenty of activities and attractions dotted along the rugged coastline or head inland and explore the beautiful Northumberland National Park.
This romantic barn oozes character and charm and provides a luxurious 5 Star retreat right in the heart of the Lake District in the stunning Troutbeck Valley. Sleeping two guests in one king-sized bedroom, and located just a short stroll from Lake Windermere and an excellent pub, Townfoot Barn is the perfect retreat for couples looking for a slice of Cumbrian paradise. Dogs are welcome too. Breakfast basket provided. Sorry but short breaks are not available, just weekly or longer bookings taken throughout the year. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
Located a stone's throw from the beach in the pretty coastal town of Amble, this recently refurbished self-catering cottage is perfect for families and friends wanting a holiday by the sea. Spend your days surfing, paddleboarding or kayaking, hunt for mini beats in the rockpools, or walk along the Northumberland Coastal Path. Alternatively head inland to the remote footpaths and dark skys in the National Park or explore the local castles at Alnwick (aka Hogwarts) and Bamburgh. South View sleeps four people in two bedrooms and your well behaved four legged friends are welcome too.
Escape to the serene beauty of the Lake District at Brockstone Grasmere Cottage. This charming holiday cottage, which sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms, sits on a quiet lane beside the Wordsworth Walk. The path runs between the churchyard in Grasmere where William Wordsworth is buried, to Rydal village where he lived for most of his adult life and wrote many of his most famous poems. Ambleside, Keswick and Kendal are all within easy reach, as are Windermere and Hawkshead. Whether your goal is to scale Scafell Pike or do nothing more energetic than meander along country footpaths and reward yourself with a soak in the spa bath and a glass of wine, Brockstone's location surrounded by glorious Lakeland scenery and with no passing traffic, lets you feel like part of the landscape rather than a merely interested bystander.
If you are looking for a family holiday by the sea that combines lazy days on the beach, harbourside dining, local independent shops to browse and stunning coastal walks then look no further. The Old Coastguard Station is located in an enviable position on the water's edge in the charming town of Amble on the Northumberland coast. With four ensuite bedrooms, contemporary open plan living and stunning panoramic sea views, it is easy to feel like you are on holiday here. This gorgeous self-catering property perfectly combines salty days by the sea with a touch of luxury and sophistication.
A recently redeveloped barn conversion in a rural location close to the coast, The Old Corn Crush meets your every expectation of a beautiful self-catering holiday cottage. It's in the quiet village of Togston, just under a mile from Amble Harbour and within easy reach of Alnmouth, Bamburgh, Alnwick and spectacular walks along the Northumberland Coast. There is lots to see and do in every season, whether you're a family with younger children wanting a seaside holiday or a group of friends coming to walk and cycle your way from castle to castle. The Old Corn Crush sleeps six people in three bedrooms with accommodation all on one level.