The perfect location... On the Beach...
Beadnell Beach Guesthouse, at Low Dover House, provides excellence in Bed and Breakfast (B&B) and Self Catering, and it has direct access to the beach and harbour of Beadnell bay, just seconds away from St Ebb’s Neuk 13th Century archaeological site as televised on Time Team.
enjoyEngland 5 star Silver award for Bed and Breakfast and enjoyEngland 4 star Gold award for Self Catering accommodation.
Virtually encompassed by the sea, situated at the end of a tiny peninsula at Beadnell, on the North Northumberland Heritage coast. It is a perfect seaside location from which to explore this unspoiled North East region. The emphasis is on a friendly, welcoming, and informal atmosphere to ensure your stay is most comfortable and relaxed. All accommodation thoroughly refurbished for 2012.
Bed and Breakfast guests have breakfast served with a unique sea view…
Guests may choose from three styles of ground floor, superior Bed & Breakfast (B&B) and Self Catering accommodation. Each immaculate suite is superbly appointed and furnished to exceptional standards. Each suite has a patio, complete with furniture outside the private entrance. All rooms are elegantly designed with unique character, attention to detail, and thoughtful comforts.
Unwind in the picturesque garden with its many pots and hanging baskets; an ideal sun trap with an abundance of colour. Or stroll 50 metres to the unspoiled beach or headlands of Beadnell bay for breath taking coastal views.
Beadnell Beach Bed and Breakfast & Self Catering accommodation is ideally located and is central to nearby destinations of Dunstanburgh Castle, the Farne Islands National Nature Reserve, (boat trip from Seahouses harbour to see puffins and grey seals), Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick, Castle and Gardens, Holy Island (Lindisfarne). The nearby Northumberland National Park provides a wealth of picturesque and fascinating countryside in the Cheviot Hills near to Wooler. There are market towns at Alnwick, Rothbury and Morpeth. Hadrian's Wall is not far away, Berwick upon Tweed and the Borders region are the gateway to Scotland.