Northumberland Coastal Cottages
- Sleeps up to 4
- Luxury Cottages
- Digital TV / Audio
- Garden / Terrace
Scremerston Cottages – Two Award Winning Cottages North Northumberland Coast
Situated in Northumberland the cottages are a 10 minute walk from each other- 2 miles to the south of the bustling Elizabethan market town of Berwick upon Tweed and 1.5 miles from the stunning North Northumberland coast. Here magnificent beaches and lush sand dunes at Cocklawburn Beach, Cheswick Sands and Goswick Bay merge into a 7 mile stretch of golden sand leading to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne’s tidal causeway- an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Causeway Barn and School Master’s Retreat are each Awarded 4 Stars and the, “Gold Award” in recognition of exceptional quality by the National Tourist Board for England.
Causeway Barn is a Northumbrian stone and slate barn conversion located on a converted Victorian farm Steading surrounded by tranquil fields to the south of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland. The beautifully styled, spacious interiors accommodate up to 4 guests.
School Master’s Retreat is situated in the historic heart of the Northumbrian village of Scremerston. Set in a walled garden and accommodating 2 guests the Retreat is attached to the owner’s home- the School Master’s House built in 1843.
Both properties are a short drive to the north/south A1. Holy Island is a 10 minute drive south. Just a little further is Bamburgh- the ancient capital of Northumberland, Seahouses with boat trips to the Farne Islands and Alnwick Castle and Garden. Rothbury where Cragside House is a very pleasant 30 minute drive through the beautiful Glendale Valley. The location of the properties also allows for excellent access to the Scottish Borders gems such as Paxton House, Abbotsford House, the once home of Sir Walter Scott and the market towns of Melrose, Kelso with it’s racecourse and Floors Castle- home of the Dukes of Roxburghe. Heading north Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city is only a 60 minute drive or 45 minute train journey on the east coast main line from Berwick upon Tweed.