The Story behind ‘Skyfall’

Coastal Retreats Blog 9 January 2017

Skyfall view

This mews house on the former Glororum farmstead at Bamburgh was named more for its panoramic sky views rather than a reference to the James Bond movie of the same name. But, like the film Skyfall, it certainly delivers on the drama. So what makes Skyfall a destination of choice?

Skyfall

  1. Traditional but contemporary, this stone build mews style property is upside down living. The sleeping areas are on the ground floor so the living areas can benefit from the stunning views of the Cheviot Hills in the West to the Northumberland Coast and Bamburgh Castle in the East.
  1. The beautiful Northumberland skies, free of light pollution at night, are the true celebrity here. Bask in them from the glass balcony as you watch the sun rise and set.
  1. Given the Coastal Retreats Platinum rating for its style and interior, Skyfall belongs to a collection of equally desirable holiday homes at this location, including The Chimney, The Clock House, The New Dairy and The Bamburgh Coach House.
  1. Perfect for couples or a family with young children, it enjoys a lawned garden, a gas-fired log burner and is just one mile from the sea.

Prices start at £505 for a short break. Book now or take the video tour of ‘Skyfall’.

Skyfall bedroom

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