Nestled into the seaside town of Newton-by-the-Sea, near Embleton which is only 6.2 miles away with local amenities and attractions, Cullernose Cottage is a lovely base for a family or group of friends looking to explore the coast and countryside of Northumberland.
Enter into this property and descend the stairs to the lower-ground-floor living space, an open-plan social hub ideal for guests to relax in. Cook up a storm in the well-fitted kitchen, serving your masterpiece either at the dining table or alfresco style in the rear garden, an ideal spot to make the most of the sunshine.
As the evening wears on, settle into the sitting area and enjoy a movie marathon. Freshen up in the ground-floor wet room before settling into one of the three well-presented bedrooms, each with storage and tasteful décor, choosing between a ground-floor bunk room, a king-size with charming balcony and large windows, and a twin with charming furniture. There is also the added bonus of a bath on the second floor where guests can enjoy a relaxing soak amongst the bubbles.
Newton-by-the-Sea is a coastal town offering a local pub, The Ship Inn, access too Football Hole Beach and walks in National Trust - Embleton and Newton Links. From here, find the village of Embleton where there is a convenience store and pub, as well as another fantastic beach and access to Dunstanburgh Castle and golf course.
Further from the property you will find the fantastic market town of Alnwick, boasting a whole host of great cafes, pubs, restaurants, independent shops and a local museum. Alnwick is also home to the incredible Alnwick Castle, Alnwick Gardens and a local museum.
Alnmouth offers coastal walks, a golf course, a beach and riverside strolls, whilst the property is within easy reach of the stunning Northumberland National Park and the Scottish Borders.
Enjoy all of this and so much more with a stay at Cullernose Cottage.
About the location
Craster 3 miles; Beadnell 4 miles; Alnwick 7 miles.
The pretty village of Embleton is ideally placed for exploring one of the most attractive stretches of Northumberland's Heritage Coastline. A beautiful grassy path runs from the village to neighbouring Craster, alongside the sea and past Dunstanburgh Castle - the largest ruined castle in Northumberland. Embleton itself has a village pub and a local hotel, and there is an excellent range of amenities in nearby Alnwick. The gardens at nearby Howick Hall are open during the summer and are noted for their beauty, whilst Alnwick Castle and Garden are a 'must-see' when visiting the area. For the keen golfer, Dunstanburgh Links Course is about 1 mile away - just one of several excellent courses in the vicinity.