Easter Retreats: Where to stay and what to enjoy

Coastal Retreats Blog 16 March 2017

Seasalt living room

Our selections for an Easter getaway

Seasalt has always worked well for families with its easy Scandinavian feel and dedicated children’s room. An Easter break here is fuss free – a relaxing balance of nights by the log burner, and warm spring days sipping coffee in the garden. In addition to the private outdoor space, there is a shared communal area where children can kick a ball or play on the swings.

Great for: families with a party size of 4-6 and especially for those holidaying with grandparents. Perfect for toddlers and older children because of the private and shared garden spaces.

What’s on nearby at Easter: The Alnwick Garden, a magnificent attraction including a treehouse, maze and water displays, will be staging Easter trails throughout its grounds. There will also be appearances from Mr and Mrs Nutkins, two squirrels ready to entertain visitors.

Living room - The Beach Pad

If you need an excuse to visit the Northumberland coast this Easter then seeing the first puffins arrive at The Farne Islands to breed is it. Base yourself at two-bedroom The Beach Pad, with its appealing sea views, and you are just a walk away from the harbour (where the boats leave for The Farne Islands), the beach and the village with its range of eateries, private leisure club and shops. The Beach Pad is a fun, energetic kind of place for those who like uncomplicated holidays with all you need within walking distance.

Great for: One or two couples or a family of 3-4 people.

What’s on nearby at Easter: Boat trips from Seahouses harbour to see the puffins arrive at The Farne Islands, the grey seals who inhabit these isles year round, and various seabirds.

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