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Sleeps 4
1 dog
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom

Sandy View is perfect for those wanting a coastal break, just walking distance to a beautiful beach and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.. First Floor:

All on the first floor.

Living/dining room: With Freeview TV, DVD player and door leading to balcony.

Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Bedroom 1: With double bed.

Bedroom 2: With twin beds.

Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet. . Economy 7 central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included.. Balcony with outdoor furniture. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking.. Sandy View is a first floor apartment situated less than a minute’s walk from the glorious sandy beach of Beadnell Bay. Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, this delightful apartment boasts tasteful furnishings throughout and a private balcony offering views of the bay and beyond. Beadnell is rightly popular as a holiday destination as it offers something for everyone. Its glorious scenic beach not only provides a spectacular backdrop for a walk, hike, stroll or birdwatching, but is a well known bay for water sports including sailing, sea kayaking, paddle boarding, kite surfing and scuba diving (please bring own beach towels).

Beadnell Bay can truly be described as a jewel in Northumberland’s seaside crown. Beadnell village is as picturesque as it is welcoming, and is less than a mile away from Sandy View. It offers a well stocked village shop, two cafés and a family friendly pub serving good food and local ales.

2 miles up the coast is the traditional fishing village of Seahouses where boat trips to the nearby Farne Islands depart regularly from its harbour. In Seahouses, you will find several charming tea rooms, quaint pubs, restaurants and shops, with horse riding, fishing and excellent golf courses close by. A further 3 miles up the coastline is the famous village of Bamburgh whose spectacular castle and picture postcard look has attracted film makers from around the world, where Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle can be seen from the unspoilt beach. Just a few miles inland is the bustling market town of Alnwick, with its own dramatic castle which was the film location for Harry Potter’s Hogwarts. Visitors can enjoy a trip to Alnwick Gardens, a spectacular interpretation of a formal garden including the ’Grand Cascade’ waterfall, and a restaurant within the largest tree house in Europe. These gardens are enjoyed by young and old alike. Beach within a minute’s walk. Shop, pub and restaurant 800 yards.

This property accommodates:

4 Adults

You must bring your own beach towels.

Features

Parking Available
WiFi
Coastal
Washing Machine
TV
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Golf Nearby
Dishwasher

Reviews

“Great location a minutes walk onto the beach. Quiet relaxing holiday destination. Well positioned for visiting Local attractions with good pub food and a dog friendly welcome. The accommodation exceeded our expectations and we will definitely return in the future.”
— Allyson, 31 October 2021
“You can add us to the list of happy guests!A lovely well equipped and comfortable apartment, good for a couple or family. It was immaculately clean and well prepared on arrival with a useful welcome pack of provisions to get us started.The Craster Arms does excellent pub food and ales served by friendly staff while Neptunes, in Seahouses, is great for fish and chips. A little further afield, Bertram's in Warkworth is well worth the wait for a table and serves excellent lunches and fantastic cakes. We were disappointed to find Pipers Pitch in Craster Quarry car park closed, having looked forward to a midwalk kipper sandwich, but the Shoreline Cafe was a very good alternative.Sandy View is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful Northumberland coast and villages and we'd love to return for more of the same.”
— Chris, 9 October 2021
“A lovely, clean apartment in a fabulous location. The beach is about a 2 minute walk away & Beadnell itself is well placed for travel to other places of interest in Northumbria. The welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk & chocolate cake was greatly appreciated :)The only negatives I have are that the smelly scented thing in the lounge was overpowering & sickly. So much so we put it on the balcony & then didnt sit out there because even outside it was too strong. Also, I found there was a bit of overkill with the A4 pieces of paper with instructions to remove your shoes dont use the shower while dishwasher is on etc blue tacked to walls. By all means leave a laminate on a table with important instructions, but sticking them to walls is a bit naff. All that said, we had a fabulous holiday & would recommend the apartment.”
— Debra, 19 September 2021
“We'd reccommend Sandy View to anyone. The apartment is in a great location, just minutes from a sandy beach. The apartment is a good size, was spotless, well equipped and the added extras of food items such as eggs, bread and milk were very much appreciated as well as the delicious tiffin. It was also great we could take our cavapoo for a well earned break!Beadnell is a great base to explore the lovely county of Northumberland it has a lovely atmosphere with a good choice of beaches. For days out you are spoilt for choice with Alnwick (the Gardens are amazing!), Seahouses, Craster and Bamburgh. In Beadnell, we ate at the Beadnell Towers, the Salt Water cafe and had drinks at the Craster Arms. We'd also recommend Bait, located at the beach car park for amazing crab rolls and lobster. Thanks Sandy View. We'll see you again soon.”
— Sarah, 5 August 2021
“Good accomodation, well presented and equipped. Good location ,great beaches nearby. Limited but good facilities in village, about half mile away. Good walks straight from accomodation. Parking good. Expect area to be busy in peak times”
— Christine, 16 July 2021
“Very well appointed flat with everything you may need and spotless.”
— Maurice, 21 June 2021
“This was our 2nd stay here and it was even nicer and more comfortable and welcoming than we remember it. Clearly effort had been putting into thorough cleaning, important in these COVID days. Despite having to shorten our stay, we really enjoyed our time on the coast lovely coffee and food at Shoreline caf, Craster. The Ship Inn at Low Newton was serving outdoors only. Put off by the queues & lack of seating, unfortunately. Enjoyed a special meal at St Aidan's, Seahouses and reliable pizzas at Elan. We had a bit of a problem with the electrics which was annoying, especially as the fridge wasn't on when we arrived and we couldn't use the shower towards the end of our short stay. The booking agent and owner did everything that could reasonably be hoped for to try and resolve this as soon as possible. These things happen and nobody was to blame. Next time we visit (which we hope will be sooner rather than later) we hope we can stay the full week & maybe share the fun with family members or friends. Thank you Debra for all the thoughtful touches and letting us stay.”
— Mervyn, 26 May 2021
“The apartment was very well equipped, clean and comfortable. It was great being so close to the beach, as well as within walking distance of some very nice places to eat. The welcome pack, with delicious homemade tiffin, was a lovely touch.”
— John, 8 November 2020
“Wow this flat was absolutely immaculate. We was worried with covid 19 being rife in the north east. We shouldn't have worried there was a lovely welcome pack waiting for us ( Tea, coffee, milk and yummy cake) There was sanitizer gel in every room and a cleaning station at the front door. 1 minute to a beautiful beach which we took the dog every day. We will certainly be returning as we couldn't have had a better safe and happy holiday. And the weather was good to us”
— Julie, 13 October 2020

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