Beadnell in Nothumberland lies directly on the north east coast, providing stunning sea views and interesting wildlife. It offers a fine choice of coastal cottages to rent to visitors all year round. There are many coastal walks to be had either along the headland, up on the cliffs looking out to sea, or along the magnificent long beaches. During the summer months, sailing is the most popular water sport in this small, cosy town. In the season the sailing club opens up and many events are put on – either take part or watch the locals venture out on the water.

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Bar Harbour is a spacious coastal cottage with a generous lawned garden and contemporary open-plan spaces, just moments from the beach in Beadnell, Northumberland. The pet-friendly cottage enjoys natural light & offers an enclosed garden with a furnished area, plus the chance to enjoy a sea bree...

View this traditional coastal cottage in Northumberland, Lyndhurst Cottage is a stone built semi-detached property, a relaxing and easy going Northern getaway enjoying the best of the Northumberland Coast and countryside a short stroll to the harbor and beach at Beadnell Bay.

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac at the edge of the tourist town of Beadnell, Northumberland, Bay View is a first-floor apartment that makes the perfect holiday home base in the North East, a coastal cottage with an outdoor wood-decked balcony overlooking sandy beaches and the North Sea.

Scuba diving is also becoming popular on this stretch of the coast as well. Inland, it’s only a short drive to the Cheviot Hills which will appeal to walkers. This stretch of the coast is also popular with bird watchers offering birdwatching tours for people who don’t consider themselves birdwatchers. Throughout the town there are many family friendly pubs and bars such as The Sea Breeze which presents a real sense of community and warmth. Beadnell lies within easy reach of other delightful places to visit such as Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, Alnwick and Berwick on Tweed on the Scottish border.