Holiday cottage with a sea view.
Try Low Newton , Bamburgh or Alnmouth on the beautiful Northumberland coast ..slightly further than your max distance at around 330miles ( Low Newton ) …but you can get a train all the way there from London if you don’t want to drive ..Posted 3 months ago
Just Google “cottages” for any of those locations and you will be spoilt for choice ..edlongMember
What he said. There’s loads of em, at various pricepoints and sizes. Companies to look at include Sykes, whitbycottages.com and for the slightly higher end spendy wise (although well worth it ime) Shoreline Cottages.
Nearby if you want quieter / quainter than the buzzing metropolis that is Whitby, have a look at Robin Hoods Bay, Staithes, Runswick Bay.
Avoid Scarborough (generally)Posted 3 months agowrightysonMember
Any of the cottages at trebarwith strand. Awesome rollers come smashing in up a rocky gulley at high tide. Great warm pub at the bottom of the village called the port William. Fantastic coastal walks from the door.Posted 3 months ago
We stayed at little rufo don’t book when I want to go back!!
How much of a deal breaker is the “Sea View” ??
Tried and tested by other STW’ers
It’s 204m from the sea but you can’ actually see it 😀Posted 3 months agodocrobsterMember
Try Low Newton , Bamburgh or Alnmouth on the beautiful Northumberland coast ..slightly further than your max distance at around 330miles ( Low Newton )
I’m currently sitting in a very pleasant cottage at Budle bay, 3 miles north of bamburgh. Can see lindisfarne from the breakfast table. The beach is a few yards away.Posted 3 months ago
Takes dogs, sleeps 6. Cost £540 for this (school half term) week.
The coast here is just stunning. Kite surfers out on the sands on Sunday morning. Birdwatching at low tide. The ship inn in seahouses is a great pub 10 mins away.
Google maps says 341 miles to London though so no good to you.CountZeroMember
The one at the bottom of this pic with the blue window shade is called Sea View, this photo was taken around six or seven years ago.Posted 3 months ago
There’s a shed just behind it which is now half destroyed and the contents fallen down the cliff, and part of the wall out front is missing.
It might be possible to rent it, but be quick before the next Easterly storm takes the whole cottage.
It’s in Hallsands, South Devon.
We’ve just had a great week in Anglesey. Dulas to be exact with views over the estuary. Google Sage and Sea holiday cottages.
1hr 20 from Coed y Brennin, which we did and also rode on Anglesey thanks to advice on STW.
We also did 4 activities at Zip World- Forest Coaster, Velocity, Skyride and (the best bit) Caverns.
Paddle boarded around the coastline with seals.
Surfed at surf Snowdonia
Really liked Anglesey. Never been before, but we went on Trip Advisor and found a couple of nice restaurants and the walks were beautiful too. A nice place to relax after doing lots of activities.Posted 3 months agolapierreladySubscriber
Some of the Nazi Atlantic wall towers on Guernsey/Jersey are also holiday lets- an example here https://www.jerseyheritage.org/holiday/radio-towerPosted 3 months agorichardkennerleySubscriber
Just realised I didn’t post the link, national trust holiday propertiesPosted 3 months ago
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