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Holiday cottages in SEAHOUSES, Northumberland

NU2132 : Seahouses and the beachNU2132 : On the coast north of SeahousesNU2132 : The Tumblers SeahousesNU2132 : Looking along Seafield RoadNU2132 : SeahousesNU2132 : Beach North of Seahouses
The charming village of Seahouses is situated on the coast of the county of Northumberland and this is a great place to take a relaxing break. People who are looking for UK cottages overlooking the ocean will find an excellent range of self catering accommodation options to choose from in Seahouses.

Seahouses is famous for its working fishing port and a number of charming cottages for rent can be found close to the port. People who choose to book a holiday cottage here will also find a good range of shops and other amenities such as restaurants and bars located nearby. Cottages to rent can also be found conveniently located in the very heart of the village. Seahouses boasts a charming atmosphere and a strong sense of community, and taking a stroll through the village feels like stepping back in time to a simpler age.

Most people travel to Seahouses to spend time soaking up sun on the beach. Gorgeous sandy beaches that come complete with sand dunes can be found both to the north of the village and provide plenty of space for visitors to stretch out on sunny days. The sea that laps the shore is particularly cool and clear and is the ideal place to practice a wide range of different types of water sports such as kayaking and swimming.

Visitors can also take a stroll along the beach to reach the impressive Bamburgh Castle. This ancient castle is one of the main landmarks in this part of Northumberland and people who climb to the top of one of the castle’s turrets will be treated to stunning views along the coast.

NU2132 : Foreshore at Seahouses

People who enjoy freshly caught seafood dishes will really be in their element in Seashouses. Most of the village’s restaurants specialise in a number of excellent seafood dishes, while slightly less adventurous visitors will also be able to indulge in the British staple dish of fish and chips. After dining in style in a restaurant overlooking the ocean, visitors can then spend the evening in one of the nearby bars, which offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

NU2132 : National Trust - St Aidans