The Drift House at Beadnell
Luxurious Beadnell beach house just yards from the beach
Located opposite sweeping and sandy Beadnell Bay and the only west-facing harbour on the east coast of the UK, The Drift House at Beadnell is an idyllic Beadnell holiday cottage. Quite literally 250ft from the sand as the crow flies, The Drift House is the ideal British summer retreat or cosy winter getaway to the friendly north-east.
This gorgeous beach house is very close to The Craster Arms, the best pub in Beadnell with a great beer garden and fantastic food. Or why not try The Salt Water Cafe opposite St. Ebba’s Church, serving delicious homemade breakfasts, lunches and very popular bistro evening meals.
Less than 3 miles to the north you’ll reach Seahouses with its famous open working harbour and Farne Island boat trips. Less than 6 miles to the south you’ll find Low Newton with its famous pub, virtually ‘on the beach’, The Ship Inn. Get your walking boots and walk to Craster from here for some classic Craster Kippers, then hop on the bus with tired legs back to Beadnell.
The Drift House sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms and is situated on the prime Beadnell Point development in an enviable location within the village and on the coastline. Sorry, no pets can be accommodated at the The Drift House.
The Drift House at Beadnell sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms, with the master bedroom having an en suite and there’s an additional family bathroom. Downstairs, the living area, kitchen and dining room are all open plan to tie in with the relaxed ‘beach house’ vibe. 1 bedroom is on the ground floor too.
There is private parking for 2 cars outside The Drift House and a furnished veranda for enjoying breakfast in the sun and drinks early evening. Pleased note that no BBQ’s are permitted anywhere in the vicinity of the property, but the beach is perfect for beach-BBQ’s Regretfully we cannot accept pets at The Drift House.
Enter into an airy hallway which leads to the open plan living area, the cloakroom, the downstairs bedroom and some hanging space too.
The lounge has the height 2 floors with huge double-height windows, giving this beach house plenty of natural light but with plantation shutters all round for privacy. There is a smart TV and seating for 6, with French doors leading out to the veranda.
Open plan to the lounge and kitchen, the dining area has seating for 6.
The kitchen has all of the usual appliances, with hand-painted cupboards and granite surfaces. There is an electric oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and kettle. A washer/dryer can also be found here.
Located on the ground floor, this bedroom is ideal for guests who struggle with stairs. There is a king size bed (5ft wide). lots of drawers space but limited hanging space via hooks and hangers. Fluffy towels, luxury linens and a hair dryer is provided.
Complete with an en suite, this bedroom has a super-king size bed (6ft wide) and plenty of storage, as well as a smart TV. Luxury linens, fluffy towels and a hair dryer are provided. The windows open out to a Juliette balcony.
With 2 single-size beds (3ft wide), this bedroom cannot be converted into a super king size bed. Luxury linens, fluffy white towels and a hair dryer are provided.
The gorgeous family bathroom has a large, walk-in shower, separate bath, heated towel rail, WC and basin. Complimentary toiletries are also provided.
The veranda leading from the lounge is a suntrap, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or evening tipple. Please note, no BBQ’s are permitted under any circumstances on the premises of the property. The beach is only a stone’s throw away so you can have a beach BBQ instead!
The Drift House at Beadnell
A Beach-Lovers Dream
Located opposite a huge sandy bay and the only the only west-facing harbour on the east coast, this warm and inviting seaside home classically embraces it’s northern, coastal roots with drift wood, a pastel colour palette and of course, fresh sea air.
Facts & Features
Up to 6 guests and 1 baby welcome (to sleep in a travel cot).
Welcome Hamper including luxury White Company toiletries. Bespoke Property and Area Guide.
One baby welcome. Travel cot and highchair available (bring your own cot linen). Small selection of children’s toys.
Sorry, strictly no pets can be accommodated at The Drift House.
Fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and kettle. Washer/dryer, iron, ironing board and vacuum. Hairdryer, books, music and films.
Large Smart TV’s in the lounge and master bedroom. Free unlimited Wi-Fi.
The Drift House is spread over 2 floors, with the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, cloakroom and one kingsize bedroom on the ground floor and on the first floor; 2 bedrooms, family bathroom and the shower room.
Care of the Property
Our ‘Coquet’ cottages are much-loved privately-owned holiday homes into which our owners have lavished much care and investment to create beautiful places for their guests to enjoy. We therefore require a cautionary Good Housekeeping Deposit to protect our owners’ property, so that if damage/breakages occur or exceptional cleaning over and above the usual changeover clean is required up to the value of the deposit, the owner can be recompensed.
You have the option of paying either a £250 refundable Good Housekeeping Deposit or a smaller non-refundable £34 Deposit Waiver, which covers you to the value of £250. Please choose which option you prefer when booking. Click HERE for more information.
All-male groups are not permitted at The Drift House under any circumstances. Female party bookings are subject to our discretion and a £500 security deposit.
3 bedrooms; super-king master bedroom (6ft wide bed); twin bedroom with 2 single beds (3ft wide); king size bedroom downstairs (5ft wide bed).
Non-feather bedding and pillows are provided on each bed. There is no feather alternative available.
Family bathroom and en suite to the master bedroom.
There is a decked, furnished veranda leading from the open plan living area that is enclosed but not secure.
There is no BBQ provided at The Drift House and BBQ’s are not permitted to be used here. The beach is 250ft from the house which is perfect for using disposable BBQ’s if you wish to bring one.
There is private parking for 2 cars in front of The Drift House.
Please be Aware
There are strictly no pets or BBQ’s permitted on the premises under any circumstances.
Arrivals & Departures
Arrival Day: Friday or Monday
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am
Virtual Tour & Floorplan
Here’s a 3D virtual tour of The Drift House at Beadnell. Click on the image to start the tour, then use your mouse or touch screen to move around, to discover all aspects of the property. Click on the image of the floor plan to enlarge. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call us on 01665 710700 or email us.
Map & Local Area
The Drift House at Beadnell is just 250 yards from the huge and sandy Beadnell Bay and the only west-facing harbour on the east coast of the UK. Beadnell is well-known for it’s watersports and enthusiasts, with many brave people jumping off the Beadnell pier in their wet suits at all times of the year!
In Beadnell you have 2 pubs; The Craster Arms and Beadnell Towers, with the former being the livelier of the 2. Both serve great food in a warm and cosy setting. In addition to the 2 pubs you will find The Salt Water Cafe just opposite the gorgeous St. Ebba’s Church. This new, artisan-style cafe serves gorgeous breakfasts, fresh lunches and home-cooked evening meals when the cafe turns into a licenced bistro.
Head north to Seahouses less than 3 miles away up the coast and you’ll find a buzzing seaside town with plenty of shops, cafes, and a traditional ‘bucket and spade’ feel to the town which overlooks the working harbour. Catch the boat over to The Farne Islands with Billy Shiel’s boat trips and admire the stunning views of the coast from the sea. When the sun starts to set, it’s incredibly romantic.
Bamburgh is just 10 mins’ away in the car and Alnwick can be reached in 15 minutes. Beadnell is a wonderful village to spend a memorable holiday with so much to do on your doorstep yet the rest of Northumberland at your fingertips to discover.
- Local Facilities
- Places to eat/drink
Tips from a local
Sample the delicious, fresh local seafood at the stylish Salt Water Cafe.
Located centrally in Beadnell, opposite the village church, Salt Water Cafe offers a stunning menu and uses Seafood from Beadnell Bay itself, and nearby Seahouses Harbour. They serve food all day from 8.30am and on into the evening, and also offer a fantastic afternoon tea, with the added luxury of prosecco and cocktails on offer too!
Tips from a local
Did you know Beadnell has the only West-facing harbour on the East Coast?
This rare spot on the Northumberland Coastline means you can enjoy the sunset from the harbour, looking back over the land. What a stunning way to end an evening stroll along Beadnell Bay sands.
Tips from a local
Visit Holy Island, just a short drive up the A1.
The Lindisfarne Brewery and gift shop is lovely where you’ll find tasty goodies to bring home with you for friends and family – and for yourself!
Please be extra careful and check the tide times for the causeway, and don’t underestimate how fast the tide comes in! It’s a regular occurrence for people to be stranded and have to be rescued by the Coastguard because they ignored the tide timetable and thought they could get through when the tide was coming in – cars flooded with seawater are completely written off!
Not sure where to start?
We know Northumberland and all of our cottages inside out, so if you have any particular queries, please don’t hesitate to call or email us. We’re more than happy to help!