The traditional old stone cottage is comfortably renovated in a secluded and quiet farm lane. It feels so peaceful and calm but also old and full of times gone by. The sea and Dunstanburgh castle are within 10 minutes walk.
A castle round the corner
Beautiful walks and views
On the ancient St Oswald s way by the wild Northumbrian coast
Cosy and warm with all mod cons
Wifi and TV
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The keys for the front door and backdoor are kept in a Keysafe by the back door.
The code is given once the booking is confirmed.
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We live one hour away but like to stay in the cottage at weekends and holidays so it depends on our plans whether we would see you.
Welcome to the Stone Cottage we very much hope you enjoy your stay.
To make the experience pleasant for everyone please can you respect a few house rules:
Treat our holiday home with respect. It is a place of personal value which we love as a family.
No smoking indoors. Be mindful of our neighbours if you are smoking outside and pick up any cigarette buts.
No parties please and keep to the number of guests you have requested accommodation for.
Muddy boots and shoes off at the door.
Put big green wheelie bin to the front if you re staying over a Wed night for rubbish collection Thursday morning.
Keep pets downstairs and off the furniture . If your pet messes in the garden or around the vicinity of the cottages please pick it up and put it in the special bin at the end of the lane.
If you bring your own linen please remove the clean cottage linen from the beds you use and leave it in the drawers during your stay then remake any beds used before your departure.
For your comfort bring your own salt,pepper, dishwasher tablets and washing up liquid- we provide bin bags and dishcloths.
I am a doctor and love the North East of England-amazingly!
My grandparents owned Dunstan Steads farm and the cottage is one of the old farm workers cottages. I remember steering the landrover along the farm road leading up to the Dunstan Square from the Steads and feeling as if I was looking down over the castle and Ocean. My feet couldn t even nearly reach the pedals-Gramp decided the speed and pressed the brakes.
I grew up here as a small child and this area holds a special magic-it s the landscape of myths and legends.
My family and I love to walk the coastal and moorland paths rain or shine.
We live in town during the weeks but get away to the cottage on the occasional weekend - rugby,football and other school events allowing.
We like the cottage to be used and for other people to get to know and hopefully appreciate the area.
I suppose my motto would be 'get out there and go for it-dont wait for the weather'
An English cliche I suppose