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A one minute stroll will take you on to the golden sands of Embleton Bay. With Newton Village to the north, and the iconic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle to the south, this is one of the most magnificent stretches of beach to be found anywhere in the country. A real family beach where you can play for hours and, when the tide is low, the rock-pooling is great. The house, originally a pub, sits in its own grounds adjacent to Newton Pool Nature Reserve where a good variety of birds can be seen throughout the year and, if you are very lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the elusive otter. Straightforward links to the A1 make this a great base for exploring the delights of Northumberland. The house is light and airy seaside inspired space with cream walls, reclaimed and painted furniture, red, white and blue striped fabrics, pebble lamps, beach hut prints, birds, bunting and even a ship's bell that can be rung to announce dinner.
Heating: Oil central heating included.
Garden: Enclosed garden with patio area.
Parking: There is parking available for two cars, access via a shared gate.
Please Note: Wardens have a shed to the side of the cottage, but not directly on property.
There is a stream next to the property which is fenced off. There is also a large area of water as part of the nature reserve - close to the property but fenced off.
From the wild natural beauty of the Yorkshire Dales in the west, the purple heather moorlands of the Yorkshire Moors in the east, the magnificent coastline (much of which we care for) and Northumberland National Park to the north a holiday with us will give you the chance to explore some or all of this fascinating area. As if that wasnâ€™t enough, there are also historic towns and cities and stories after stories in the historic houses we care for.
Long ago, Northumbria was a land at the very edge of a great empire. And even today, the wind sweeping across the hills still seems to carry the distant sounds of Roman legions marching along Hadrian's Wall. From the wild and natural beauty of the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park in the north, magnificent castles and coastline to the east and Hadrian's Wall Country to the west, the scenery is as unspoilt as it was in those far-off times: it will certainly appeal to those wanting to discover high and lonely places and untouched beaches. The National Trust owns a range of historic buildings in the area including Lindisfarne Castle, Wallington, Cragside and the shore- based Souter lighthouse. As if that wasn't enough, there are also historic towns and cities