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Tahfay House





Description:

A 5 Bedroom Victorian town house just 50 metres from the beach providing high quality self-catering accomodation for up to 10 people.

Ground floor. Comfortable lounge with log effect fire. Fitted kitchen/diner with French doors out to small patio area. First floor. Master bedroom with four poster bed and en-suite shower and WC. Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom with over bath shower and WC. Second floor. Family room with double bed and single bed. Twin bedded room. TV's are provided for some bedrooms. Services. Electricity and gas CH included. Colour TV. DVD. Video. CD radio. Free Wifi. Electric cooker. Microwave. Fridge/freezer. Dishwasher. Washer/dryer. Small enclosed patio with furniture to rear. Roadside parking. Shop/PO/pub 100 metres. Duvets with linen and towels. Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner. Absolutely No smoking in house please.



Location:

This Victorian townhouse is located 50 metres back from the seafront and promenade in Newbiggin by the Sea, south of the mighty expanse of sand at Druridge Bay. Set over three floors it has been recently refurbished to offer quality family accommodation.

15 miles northeast of Newcastle, Newbiggin links the buzz of a vibrant city with the endless beauty of this stunning coastline. 2007 saw the completion of Newbiggin by the Sea's new sea defence breakwater and the first permanent offshore sculpture in the UK called "Couple". The sculpture of a man and a woman standing together looking out to sea was commissioned by Inspire Northumberland and was a unique project for the artist, Sean Henry. Woodhorn Country Park and Northumberland Museum are only 5 minutes by car.

A short drive inland is the attractive market town of Morpeth with a leisure centre, swimming pool, a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants plus the added attractions of a Bagpipe Museum and Chantry Craft Centre. Hexham, Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Fort of Housesteads lie to the west and are well worth a visit.

Further north lies the ancient town of Alnwick famous for it's castle and gardens and Holy Island accessible only by a fantastic causeway. Druridge Bay Country Park and beach combine country pursuits of bird watching, walking, canoeing and board sailing.

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