nr Newton by the sea
This holiday hideaway of renowned artist Alan Smith Page and his family is once more available to Coastal Retreats guests, who can enjoy a display of his beautiful artwork in the quirky surroundings of a converted barn. Originally part of the Retreats portfolio some years ago, The Studio was one of our most popular couple’s escapes, but the family then decided they wanted unlimited use themselves all year round. We are delighted that they have chosen to share it with us again from and now have opened up a second bedroom for another two guests.
Just a mile inland, at Tughall Steads, this holiday home is set in the corner of a quadrangle of converted farm buildings.
Exposed roof trusses, lots of coastal artwork, a cosy logburner, and vintage leather sofas are bound to ensure that guests are both chilled out, and maybe even a little artistically inspired, by the end of their stay!
An additional mezzanine twin room (can be booked as an extra) so the cottage could sleep up to six guests.
A video tour will be on the website soon.
- Superb double height living area with logburner
- Dining kitchen opening onto an enclosed private courtyard garden
- House bathroom with bath and shower over
- First floor master bedroom with superking bed in the eaves of the building
- Ground floor double bedroom
- Entrance hallway
- Dining kitchen with all appliances
- Living room with corner sofa and logburner
- House bathroom with bath and shower over the bath
- Double bedroom
- Master bedroom with superking bed
- Additional twin bedroom which can be booked as an extra (£50 charge) can house an extra 2 guests ( Please note the low ceilings and lack of wardrobe make this area more suited to occasional or children’s use)
- To the front there is a small lawn and private parking for 2 cars
- To the rear is an enclosed private courtyard garden with coastal planting and sitting area
To see how The Studio sits in relation to our other Retreats at Tughall Steads, see the adjacent site plan
Please note all plans are not to scale but for illustration purposes only
Prices and Availability
In the quiet farm hamlet of Tughall Steads just a couple of miles from Newton by the sea, The Studio is set amongst a number of other Coastal Retreats cottages down a country lane and surrounded by open farmland. The popular cove and village of Beadnell are 5 minutes by car and Bamburgh village with its famous castle is a 10 minute drive away.
If you happen to look at Tughall Steads on google earth, please note that the apparent ‘airstrip’ shown nearby was last used in 1948!
For further information on the area, see our Tughall Steads section
See here what’s included in our Retreats stays
Please note that all of our cottages are non-smoking
Facilities particular to The Studio
Nespresso coffee machine (remember to bring your coffee pods)
Arrival and Departure
Arrival: 4pm ( 3pm from Nov-March)
Couples or a small family looking to enjoy the peaceful rural location. Larger groups may look at The Studio to book with other Tughall cottages.
Children at The Studio
Not a particularly child-friendly cottage but children are welcome and we can provide a cot and highchair on request.
There is full oil central heating and a logburner in the lounge.
Please note: Whilst we take great care to represent our properties and their facilities as accurately as possible, the décor, furnishings and facilities shown in images and video tours may occasionally be subject to minor change.
We stayed here a few years ago when The Studio was one of the first in your collection. We weren't disappointed on our return visit. Liked the feel and cosyness of the cottage and fell in love with all of the artwork by the owner Alan Page
Our family were holidaying in the large Moo House and we came along for a few days to stay in the Studio. It was lovely having our own quiet space away from the bustle of the family and we loved coming back to the Studio to sit in the garden with a bottle of wine
Fabulous week at The Studio! We've walked from Craster to Newton by the sea (via The Ship), from Seahouses to Bamburgh...and back. Walked Hadrian's Wall, flown broomsticks at Alnwick, lazed on beaches and gazed at incredible views in the national park.....we will definitely be back