Beadnell and Tughall, Northumberland Coastal
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- £875 per week
- £125 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- Open fire or woodburner
- Smart Tv
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
- Secure bicycle storage
- Rural location
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 16:00
- Check out: 10:00
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Driftwood is ideal for young families, couples and groups. With its light and airy feel and lots of nautical touches, you get a real sense of staying by the sea. Cream, linen and soft blues are used to great effect and the soft furnishings complement the space and furniture beautifully. Just one mile from Beadnell Beach, it is centrally located on the Northumberland coast within easy access of all the attractions.
Nestled in between two of our other Retreats in a row of farm cottages, Driftwood is a treasure trove of comforts. Its personality is evident from the moment you walk through the door, with nods to its coastal location in many of the rooms. The cream enamel log burner is the feature of the lounge ensuring this is an enjoyable cottage to stay in all year round. In fact holidaying here is a breeze as the small details have been taken care of such as the many DVDs, dressing up box and games for the children, to the beach equipment for lazy days on the sands. Lovely private garden.
Deceptively large and built in stone on the site of four derelict farm cottages, it can also be booked along with adjoining Nook End or Seasalt for a large family holiday, or with friends. Together they can accommodate up to 18 guests.
- Family friendly cottage just one mile from Beadnell Beach
- Spacious living room with log burner, board games, DVDs, plus doors to the garden
- Fabulous children's room with galley bed
- Distant sea views from the front of Driftwood
- Private enclosed lawned garden with table and chairs
- Outside tap for washing bikes, wellies, buckets & spades etc
- Can be booked with neighbouring Seasalt or Nook End
- Private leisure club membership (entry fee applies)
- Garage for storage of bikes, small boats, kayaks etc
- Large lounge with comfy sofas, cream enamel log burner, patio doors to rear decking and private garden
- Kitchen/dining room with distant views of Beadnell Bay
- Separate shower room & WC on ground floor with large walk in shower
- Utility area with sink and washer/dryer
- Main bedroom with king size bed
- Second bedroom with king size bed
- 1 twin room with single bed and handmade galley bed (this bed is more suitable for children, although it is a full size single bed)
- Family bathroom with hand shower over bath (limited head room)
- Private enclosed rear garden with patio furniture
- Parking for up to 2 cars
- Garage for storage of bikes & boogie boards
- Oil central heating
- Bedding and bath towels
- Starter supply of kitchen roll, dishwasher tablets, toilet roll, washing up liquid, salt and pepper
- First Aid kit
- Travel cot and high chair
- Cooker and hob
- Kitchen and tableware
- Coffee maker
- Cool box
- Iron and ironing board
- Vacuum cleaner
- Mop, bucket, dustpan and brush
- Tea towels
- Dish cloths
- Oven gloves
- Smart TV
- Books and magazines
- Landline telephone with honesty box
- Outdoor table and seating
- Outside tap
- Garage for storage of bikes and sports equipment
- Key safe for independent arrival
AVAILABLE BY REQUEST
Extra linen and towels (charges apply)
Lovely we’ll equipped and clean accommodation in a great location with lots to do. Only down side was no welcome package that we have always previously received. Can’t wait to stay again.
We have stayed in the Coastal Retreats Bradshawgate Cottages for the past few years, so of course our children were devastated that the field was no longer available to play on, and the games room is long gone. There were a few other things missing this time that we have become accustomed to from Coastal Retreats, most notably the lovely welcome bag; also a bbq and access to the toy cupboard. The cottage this time felt quite tired and in need of some maintenance, and the information booklet also requires some updates.
Extremely comfortable cottage with the most well-equipped toy cupboard ever!!
We had a fantastic week in the cottage! We loved exploring Amble, Alnmouth and Walkworth. We spent a great day at Alnwick Castle. The new playground "Lilidori" was excellent. We would highly recommend eating at "the Dirty Bottles". The cottage is very well equipped and very comfortable! We will definitely be coming back.
Driftwood is a very cosy cottage with lots of fun and games. You could go to Dunstinbrough Castle or Bamburgh beach. I enjoyed coasteering but at the end of it we were all freezing because of the wind! When we all go home we all played games like: domino's, top trumps, chess, jenga and a jigsaw shark that can stand by itself. There were two beanbags, and armchair and two sofa's. When my cousins came over we all played hide and seek. Driftwood is such an amazing place for people of all ages.
Stayed here for a golf trip. We found the cottage very comfortable and well-equipped. We found the golf course very challenging so it was lovely to relax here in the evening. We got a taxi into Craster on evening and ate at The Jolly Fisherman and we would recommend that dining experience! We'd all like to return here sometime in the future.
We booked fairly last minute and we are so lucky we've had a chance to visit the cottage. It's beautiful with everything included in what you would expect in a home-from-home. We have been extremley lucky with the weather and the beaches locally are just beautiful. We flew broomsticks at Alnwick Castle and raced the tide at Lindisfarne. We will definitely be back!
Gorgeous little cottage with great facilities and lots of lovely details. We love this area and visit regularly. We love the Potted Lobster and the newly renovated Black Swan in Seahouses. Our children loved our days on the beach and crabbing at both Ctaster & Beadnell. On a rare rainy day we loved Bamburgh Castle and a trip to Barter Books in Alnwick. Don't forget to take a trip to Joiners Arms in High Newton.
We had a really lovely stay- pop out to enjoy the sunset from the communal garden and enjoy the dark skies. Beadnell beach was glorious and we loved our walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle. Just need to come back again for a kipper bun!
For further information on the area, see our Beadnell section.