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Farne House Holiday Homes - Crag End

Seahouses, Northumberland | MDS 3 Grade:
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Ideal location for a family holiday in this colourful seaside village, with shared use of an indoor heated swimming pool.

Entrance hall.
Ground Floor:
Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
First Floor:
Living/dining room: With Freeview TV and DVD player.
Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and washing machine.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With bath and toilet.

Bed linen included. Cots and highchairs available on request. Indoor heated swimming pool and sauna (shared with other properties on-site, open 8am-8pm daily, Apr-Oct). Private parking. No smoking. Please note: Shared facility charge payable direct to the owner (£27 per week July – September; £38 per week October – June); pro rata per short break.

  • Bed linen inc (personal towels and baby cot linen not provided)
  • Cots and h/chairs on request
  • TV (Freeview)/DVD/video
  • M/wave
  • W/machine
  • Parking
  • Indoor heated swimming pool and sauna (open Apr-Oct, 8am-8pm)
  • No smoking (throughout complex, internally or externally)

With fine views across the little harbour and its working quayside (not Gull’s Crest or Crag End), Farne House Holiday Homes are within a few hundred yards of the shops, restaurants, inns and other amenities of the fishing village and colourful seaside resort of Seahouses. Converted and refurbished to extremely high standards throughout, the properties here are grouped around a central courtyard only yards away from a fine indoor heated swimming pool and sauna (at extra cost and payable direct to the owner). Available between April-October, the pool has a constant depth of 4ft 6in and features a south-facing glass sun living room to one side.
Within easy walking distance, the bustling harbour boasts a fleet of brightly painted fishing cobbles and a few larger boats, and the town itself provides a good range of facilities, including golf, sailing and horse riding. There are calm weather boat trips to the offshore Farne Islands, a wildlife sanctuary for puffins, oyster-catchers, kittywakes, guillemots and grey seals. The 28 islands form a nature reserve owned by the National Trust and, though half of them are submerged at high tide, landing is allowed daily in summer on the largest, Farne Island – where there is a nature trail, lighthouse and 14th-century chapel.
At Beadnell, 2 miles to the south, the dune-backed sands of Beadnell Bay provide ideal conditions for water sports. Formerly an important fishing village and smugglers’ haunt, Beadnell now enjoys a reputation as a centre for sailing and has the unique distinction of being the only East Coast port with a west-facing harbour. The sandy beach running the length of the bay is safe for swimming and is overlooked by 18th-century lime kilns. In the village stands a three-storey, 16th-century peel tower, which now forms part of an inn. Five minutes’ drive to the north of Farne House Holiday Homes stands the mighty fortress of Bamburgh Castle, easily visible across the wide stretch of sand from Seahouses.
Just a few miles further on is yet more historical, natural and scenic interest at Holy Island. Here, the fairytale Lindisfarne Castle was first a 16th-century fort, then a ruin which was redesigned by Edwin Lutyens in 1902 and is now owned by the National Trust.
Inland is a country of massive hills and moors, fast rivers and great forests. Between the Cheviots and the sea, there is easy touring through fields of corn and pastures dotted with solid stone hamlets and lined by dry-stone walls which patchwork the countryside. Shops 500 yards.

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Features

  • Highchair
    Highchair
  • Pub within 1 mile
    Pub within 1 mile
  • Cot Available
    Cot Available
  • Swimming Pool
    Swimming Pool
  • Washing Machine
    Washing Machine
  • Pets – not allowed
    Pets – not allowed
  • Coastal within 1 mile
    Coastal within 1 mile
  • Coastal within 3 miles
    Coastal within 3 miles
  • Coastal within 5 miles
    Coastal within 5 miles
  • Parking - On Site
    Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
    Shower Cubicle


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