Herons Flight Cottage in Beadnell Northumberland United Kingdom

Prices from £375 per Week
Situated in the heart of the small fishing village of Beadnell, this 4 bedroomed holiday cottage provides a luxurious standard of accommodation for parties of up to 8. The property has recently undergone extensive refurbishment and has been tastefully furnished throughout. It offers all the convenience of contemporary. living whilst retaining much of its original charm. Sea views can be admired from the south-facing rear of the property and a French door leads on to a decked terrace and BBQ area situated within the lawned, enclosed garden. It really is a haven for total peace and relaxation! The cottage is situated within the very heart of the village and is only a short stroll from two pubs (both serving food), the village tearoom with internet access, and a small convenience store. It is very easy to access Beadnell Bay with it’s magnificent sweeping beach - so popular with walkers, bird watchers and water sports enthusiasts. The cottage is also very popular with golfers as it provides an excellent accommodation base for parties keen to play the numerous outstanding courses situated in north Northumberland and across the Scottish border. http://www.heronsflight.net for availability calendar
Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 1


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England, United Kingdom
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Nearest Airport:
Newcastle International (airport code NQY)

Changover days are Saturday unless otherwise agreed Refundable 150 Damage Waiver Deposit required with each booking Short breaks and last minute deals available from as little as 250 Contact us for details

Property Features
  • Close to a golf course
  • Close to a beach
  • Pets are allowed
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

King Size: 1
Doubles: 1
Twins: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Toilets: 2
Shower Rooms: 1
Central Heating
Electric Heaters
Dining room table
Seating for: 8 People
Dining room
Hi Fi
DVD Player
High Chair Available
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Washing Machine
Separate dining area
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Clothes Dryer
Ironing Board
Living Room
Seating for: 10 People
Sofas: 2
Armchairs: 3
Local Activities
Horse Riding
Water Sports
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
The local town is: Sleepy
By the sea
Distance to beach: 500m
Distance to convenience store: 500m
Distance to local restaraunts: <100m
Distance to Airport: 50-100km
Barbecue Area
Outside Tap
Pets Welcome
Family Oriented
Children Welcome
Wheelchair inaccessible
Low Allergen environment
Non Smoking Only
Accommodation Type:: Self Catering
Size:: Spacious
Changeover Day: Sat
Away from it all
Quiet yet close to local activity

Local Area Details

About Golfing

It has been rumoured that there must be something in the water in Northumberland, because in the last five or six years this northern part of England has developed into one of the most popular regions for golf in the United Kingdom.

The locals famously prefer to call the area their own 'great discovery', and for good reason. Northumbria is alive with a sense of tradition, prestige and history and there aren't too many places that can boast such an appeal.

It is, in a strange way, almost 'famous for being famous' when it comes to golf.

The area played a fundamental role in Britain's history and because of various protected areas, the Northumberland National Park for instance, much of the land has been left largely unspoilt. Indeed, whether you are walking one of its fine links or meandering through a rolling parkland course, Northumberland is a beautiful example of northern England in every respect.

The European Tour certainly isn't unaccustomed to stopping by on its varying international schedule, nor is the Seniors circuit, and it's easy to see why. Perhaps the best attribute to playing golf in Northumberland is the variety of courses you can enjoy. There are links by the dozen along the coast and award-winning parkland tracts further inland.

This is, quite simply, one of the finest regions in England to enjoy your golf. And as an added bonus, it won't cost you a fortune for a few rounds!

Seahouses Golf Club (1.5 miles) is a traditional, typical, flat links course with a standard scratch of 67 which is rarely bettered. A fine test for golfers of all standards, it is an exceptionally popular course and offers some excellent seaside views. Founded in 1913 as a 9-hole course, it was upgraded to eighteen holes in 1976, and has since hosted many Northumberland County competitions. It is also home to two of the most prestigious par threes in the north of England, which have challenged, baffled, frustrated and delighted golfers of all handicap scores over the years.

Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club (4 miles) nestles in Embleton Bay near Alnwick and boasts to being one of the finest courses in the area. There are holes to challenge golfers of all skill levels and ages. It is a traditional links course, created by the great golf course architect, James Braid. Set amongst beautiful scenery on the North East coast of Northumberland's Heritage Coastline, you will enjoy a visit that will stay with you forever.

Bamburgh Castle Golf Club (5 miles) is perched on basalt outcrops overlooking the ancient fortress from which it takes its name. Bamburgh Castle Golf Club often referred to as the most picturesque in England is also a fine test of golf for all that play it, being a regular venue for County and Inter-County events. Gorse, heather, whinstone and rare fauna combine with views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands and the Cheviots to make the location one of the most stunning imaginable for any golf course. Don't forget to look around you when playing. The views are, without doubt, some of the most spectacular in the world.

Alnwick Golf Club (11 miles) always assures you of a friendly welcome. The course is located above Alnwick Town Centre, minutes from the A1. Originally created in 1907 as a 9 hole course, the second 9 were added in 1995. Built on mature parkland, the course offers some spectacular views of the Capability Brown designed countryside extending to the sea, 6 miles away.

Alnmouth Golf Club (Foxton Hall) (11 miles) overlooks the splendors of both Foxton and Alnmouth Bay. It is widely regarded as one of the finest golf courses in the North East of England. Alnmouth Golf Club (the fourth oldest golf club in England) was formed in 1869, with a nine-hole course on the links at Alnmouth Village. The famous golf course architect H. S. Colt (the designer of Wentworth, Sunningdale and Pine Valley) was commissioned to create the present course for the Duke of Northumberland in 1930. Although the course has a coastal location it has parkland turf and a reputation for the fine quality of the greens.

Alnmouth Village Golf Club (12 miles) was formed in 1869. The course was designed and created by Mungo Park, who later became a famous golf professional. The first Captain of the club was Earl Percy MP in October 1869. Alnmouth Village is the oldest 9 hole links course in England and, many famous names of the past have graced the Alnmouth links, including Harry Vardon, J.H.Taylor, Tom Morris and The Prince of Wales. A great test of golf and no matter what the weather the greens are always fast and hard. It is almost certain that you will want to go round again.

Warkworth Golf Club (15 miles) is a picturesque but challenging nine-hole course. For those looking for a full round of golf, there are eighteen tees so a full round is possible, but be warned that this is not a course for the faint of heart. Measuring only 5876 yards, it has a par of 70 which is a good indication of the challenges that lie in wait, so concentration and accuracy are vital, as is not underestimating it.

Goswick Links (Berwickshire Golf Club) (15 miles) lies just seven miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed. This fantastic traditional links course provides a strong test of your golf skills. Like all great links golf courses, Goswick is rarely affected by the weather although the same probably cannot be said of your score!! The club has deservedly been selected to host The Open Championship Regional Qualifying Competition from 2008 onwards. Always in great condition, this course is a real must for the golf enthusiast.

Burgham Park Golf Club (20 miles) is a PGA championship parkland course located in the Northumberland countryside, 20 minutes from Newcastle and just a few miles north of Morpeth, just off the A1. It has panoramic views of the Simonside hills to the West and the coast to the East. The course, in beautiful rolling countryside, provides a challenging round for all abilities. The maturing parklands with water hazards, is both beautiful and tranquil and includes some of the finest greens in the region. Former Ryder Cup captain Mark James was part of the design team that developed the course in 1994, which has been constantly improved over the years.

Linden Hall Golf Club (26 miles) has been designed to the highest specifications by Jonathon Gaunt. Linden Hall Golf & Country Club's 18-hole golf course offers a real challenge to the good golfer while remaining sympathetic to the average player. An excellent test of parkland golf.

The Roxburghe (33 miles)
The Duke of Roxburghe, an avid golfer, commissioned Dave Thomas to build this challenging course on his estate which was opened in 1997. The result of Thomas's design bears his distinct hallmark of deep challenging bunkers and large rolling greens. The wide fairways follow the natural contours of the land, making full use of the various changes in elevations. The signature "Viaduct" hole is an elevated tee commanding views of the River Teviot that hug the left of the fairway with an imposing viaduct in the background. The heart of the course are the par threes, play those well and you'll likely make a good score as three of them are around the 190 yards mark. Because of water hazards on two and bunkering on the third, the ball has to be long, high and straight to have any chance of reaching the putting surface in regulation.
Sam Torrance
"Roxburghe's signature hole, The Viaduct, is my favourite 14th tee in Scotland! It's such a beautiful hole in such a glorious setting"

7111 yards Par 72 Course Record 66 held by Sergio Garcia

The Northumberland ParSport allows you to try several of Northumberland's best golf courses at discounted rates. From 1 April until 31 October, the Northumberland ParSport allows unlimited golf on 12 courses throughout North Northumberland, from beautiful moorland and parkland settings, to challenging links courses against a backdrop of sweeping golden sands and dramatic, imposing castles. The participating courses are at Belford, Magdalene Fields (Berwick upon Tweed), Seahouses, Wooler and Alnwick, as well as Alnmouth Village, Burgham Park, Dunstanburgh Castle, Rothbury, Swarland and Warkworth.

ParSports can be purchased for either 3 or 5 days and are valid for consecutive weekdays between Monday and Friday. They must be used within a single Monday - Friday period rather than over consecutive weeks and are not valid for weekends.

The Northumberland ParSport offers unlimited golf, with a maximum of 36 holes on any one course.

A 3 day ParSport is priced at £47

A 5 day ParSport is priced at £75

ParSports can be purchased in advance by contacting Berwick Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0)1289 330733 or by e-mailing tourism@berwick-upon-tweed.gov.uk.

Alternatively, call in to the Tourist Information Centres at Alnwick, Berwick, Amble, Craster, Rothbury, Wooler or Seahouses.

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