The Bothy is a cosy two bedroomed cottage situated in the grounds of Shepherds Cottage and has its own secluded patio at the back looking out over fields towards The Cheviots and Seahouses.
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The Bothy accommodation is all on the ground floor and comprises of a light and airy lounge with a comfortable leather Chesterfield sofa and 2 chairs, a small dining table and French doors leading out onto a covered patio area. A well equipped compact kitchen, 1 double bedroom with king sized bed and 1 twin bedded room, a bathroom with bath and walk in shower.
On the patio at the rear of the property there is a charcoal BBQ and fire pit which will keep you warm on an evening whilst enjoying a glass of wine on the rocking chair watching the sunset over the Cheviots. Or you can enjoy the views towards the sea while dining alfresco. The garden is secluded and secure so perfect for little ones and pets.
At the side of the Bothy there is an outdoor utility room with washer, dryer and freezer. Next to the utility there is a boards and bike shed for all your outdoor gear after an adventurous day at the beach or exploring the Coast and Castles cycle trails.
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Under Bench Fridge
Washing Machine/ Dryer
Tea towels and Cleaning materials
Parking for up to 2 cars
We are very lucky in Northumberland as the beaches allow dogs on all year round so bring your furry four legged friend on holiday with you. Our cottages are dog friendly.
We can also arrange for in house catering for your stay or have a look at Taste of Northumberland.
Spacious and comfortable house with lovely sea views. Date of Stay: 30 June 2016
We stayed here for a long weekend and didn’t want to leave! The house was spacious, giving plenty of space for 4 adults and 4 teens to chill out and the beds were comfortable. This was also a very good location – quiet with lovely views to the sea and only a short walk to Beadnell Bay and to the Craster Arms (very good food). It didn’t take long to get to Lindisfarne or Alnwick Castle, both excellent places to visit. Finally the welcome cake and wine was a lovely touch – thank you Sam.