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Causeway Barn Garden

Causeway Barn Garden

Causeway Barn sitting room

Causeway Barn sitting room

Northumberland

Northumberland

Causeway Barn front approach

Causeway Barn front approach

Causeway Barn Bedroom one

Causeway Barn Bedroom one

School Master's Retreat to the left

School Master's Retreat to the left

School Master's Retreat at School M

School Master's Retreat at School M

Cyclist Friendly Cottages

Cyclist Friendly Cottages

School Master's Retreat Kitchen

School Master's Retreat Kitchen

School Master's Sitting Room

School Master's Sitting Room

School Master's Retreat Bedroom

School Master's Retreat Bedroom

Berwick upon Tweed 2 miles away

Berwick upon Tweed 2 miles away

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Causeway Barn bedroom 2

Causeway Barn bedroom 2

Causeway Barn Kitchen/dining room

Causeway Barn Kitchen/dining room

Causeway Barn Garden

Causeway Barn Garden

Causeway Barn sitting room

Causeway Barn sitting room

Northumberland

Northumberland

Causeway Barn front approach

Causeway Barn front approach

Causeway Barn Bedroom one

Causeway Barn Bedroom one

School Master's Retreat to the left

School Master's Retreat to the left

School Master's Retreat at School M

School Master's Retreat at School M

Cyclist Friendly Cottages

Cyclist Friendly Cottages

School Master's Retreat Kitchen

School Master's Retreat Kitchen

School Master's Sitting Room

School Master's Sitting Room

School Master's Retreat Bedroom

School Master's Retreat Bedroom

Berwick upon Tweed 2 miles away

Berwick upon Tweed 2 miles away

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Causeway Barn bedroom 2

Causeway Barn bedroom 2

Causeway Barn Kitchen/dining room

Causeway Barn Kitchen/dining room

Scremerston Cottages

Northumberland, TD15 2QT

Luxury Cottages on Northumberland Heritage Coast nr Lindisfarne & Berwick

  • Near Coast & Castle Cycle Route Bike Storage
  • 1.5 miles from Restaurants, Pubs, M&S Food Store
  • Sunny Sheltered Garden. Private Parking. WiFi
  • Two Cafes/Shops within Walking Distance
  • Close to Lindisfarne Nature Reserve Sandy Beaches
  • Friendly, Personal Attention from the owners

Awards

VisitEngland Gold award for excellence
VisitEngland 4 star
VisitEngland 5 star

Cottages

From £400

There are 2 cottages at this site

    • Sleeps 4
    • Bedrooms 2
    • Dines 4
    • Matched bathrooms
    • Enclosed Garden
    • Dog Free Cottage
    • Supermarket delivery available
    • WiFi
    • Dedicated Parking
    • Hypoallergenic bedding option
    • Bike storage
    • Beach within walking distance
    • National Trail within 10 miles
From £300
    • Sleeps 2
    • Bedrooms 1
    • Dines 2
    • All Ensuite
    • Matched bathrooms
    • Enclosed Garden
    • Dog Free Cottage
    • Supermarket delivery available
    • Owners/Manager onsite
    • WiFi
    • Dedicated Parking
    • Hypoallergenic bedding option
    • Bike storage
    • Beach within walking distance
    • Walkable National Trail (within 1 mile)

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All Ensuite

All Ensuite

Matched bathrooms

Matched bathrooms

Enclosed Garden

Enclosed Garden

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Supermarket delivery available

Supermarket delivery available

Owners/Manager onsite

Owners/Manager onsite

WiFi

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Dedicated Parking

Hypoallergenic bedding option

Hypoallergenic bedding option

Bike storage

Bike storage

Beach within walking distance

Beach within walking distance

Walkable National Trail (within 1 mile)

Walkable National Trail (within 1 mile)

National Trail within 10 miles

National Trail within 10 miles

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Causeway Barn sitting room

Luxury Cottages on Northumberland Heritage Coast nr Lindisfarne & Berwick


School Master’s Retreat

Situated in the heart of the Northumbrian village of Scremerston this stone and slate Retreat is set in walled gardens with courtyard and parking. The cottage is attached to the owner’s house - the School Master’s House built in 1843. This historic village house has been home to generations of School Master’s and Mistresses.

The Retreat was completely renovated during summer 2016 with newly fitted kitchen, bathroom and furnishings. The open plan ground floor is 30ft in length and has a sitting room with 2 leather sofas, WiFi box and flat screen TV with DVD player, over feature fireplace. The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling with flagstone floor and integrated appliances, solid oak worktops and quality dining table and chairs.

The staircase leads up to a light and airy balcony dressing area and off to the bedroom with quality pocket sprung king-size bed with Egyptian cotton bed linen. An oak door leads into the en suite with rain shower over full length bath, basin and WC.

Outside there is private parking for one car and private rear courtyard/garden with outdoor table and chairs and sun loungers. The property is attached to the owner’s home but remains self contained with independent utilities including combi-boiler and full central heating.

Causeway Barn

Causeway Barn is one of ten Northumbrian stone and slate barn conversions that form a charming Victorian farm Steading surrounded by tranquil fields. Adjacent to Causeway Barn is a private farm drive for residents originally created by the Romans and is known locally as, 'The Causeway' hence the name of the Barn. Outside the Barn swallows dart in the summer sky, deer, foxes and buzzards form part of an abundance of wildlife that are often seen. In spring and summer guests can enjoy the cows grazing peacefully with their calves in the field beyond the Causeway whilst the sun rises over the sea beyond, one mile away. To the rear of the Barn is a garden that is wonderfully sheltered by the larger courtyard formation.

The barn is very spacious and has beautifully styled interiors that are furnished to the highest standards to ensure guests are able to enjoy themselves whatever the weather. Characterised by large arched, 'Hemmel' style French doors that lead to the outside spaces that benefits from an East/West orientation. On the ground floor is a large kitchen/dining room, a luxurious sitting room and WC.

Bedroom 1 decorated in Zoffany wallpaper with plentiful bespoke wardrobes and shelving .The bed area that is home to a king-size bed with pocket sprung mattress. There are bedside tables with free standing table lamps and a Robert’s Digital Radio. There is a dressing table with magnifying mirror and hair dryer. In the bath area the floor is marble tiles with a fabulous free standing bath, Lloyd Loom easy chair and complimentary bath and hand towels. A door leads through to the en suite with marble tiled floor, shower cubicle, heated towel rail, WC and hand wash basin.

Bedroom 2 decorated with a feature wall of Lewis and Wood wallpaper. The bed maybe two 3 feet wide single beds or zip and linked to form a 6 foot wide super king-size double. There are bedside table with free standing table lamps and a Robert’s digital radio. There is a free standing quality wardrobe, large chest of drawers and dressing table with hairdryer. This room is serviced by a bathroom off the landing featuring co-ordinating Lewis and Wood wallpaper, marble tiled floors a full size bath, shower cubicle, heated towel rail, WC and hand wash basin.

Meet the owner

Rosalind Dryden

Northumberland is my much loved home and I enjoy hosting new guests along with our growing loyal regular guests to this glorious corner of England.

Location

  • Beach
  • Castle
  • Food
  • Gardens
  • Golf
  • Heritage
  • Leisure Parks
  • Museums
  • Pub/Restaurant
  • Town
  • Visitors Attraction
  • Walks
  • Wildlife

Ross Sands

Between Bamburgh to the South and Holy Island to the North, Ross Back Sands is around three miles of unspoiled dunes and beach. One mile walk from the car park

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Sandham Bay, Holy Island

A remote sandy beach on the northern coast of Holy Island. Sitting in the lee of Emmanuel Head the beach here is easily located by the huge white pyramid.

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Bamburgh Beach

Majestic Bamburgh Castle, once a Norman stronghold towers over the wide expanse of pristine, sandy beach, backed by sand dunes. Opposite the beach are the Inner Farne Islands.

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Spittal Beach

Spittal lies on the Northumberland coast about half a mile south of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Visitors have been coming here since the 18th century, when Spittal was a popular spa and bathing

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Cocklawburn Beach

Sand and rock beach, backed by grassy dunes,Berwick and the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an area popular with walkers. ...

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Cheswick sands

Magnificent golden sandy beach only a 5 minute drive from the cottages

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Floors Castle

Floors Castle is not only a Duke’s family home, but is also the heart of the diverse Roxburghe Estates in a beautiful part of the Scottish Borders.

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Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle is a 13th century, Grade 1 Star-listed stronghold in Northumberland, famed for action and battles. With its fine rooms, gardens, lakes, fountains and tea rooms.

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Norham Castle

12th century keep and massive towered bailey- Norham ranks among the finest sights in the border country. Set high on a grassy mound over looking the River Tweed

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Lindisfarne Castle

Lindisfarne Castle is a 16th-century castle located on Holy Island sitting high up on a rocky crag with spectacular views. Much altered by Sir Edwin Lutyens, garden by Gertrude Jekyll

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Alnwick Castle

Alniwick castle has 700 years of history and is home to the Percy family- the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. The state apartments contain a wealth of treasures.

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Bamburgh Castle

Magnificent castle commanding outstanding views over the Northumberland coast and Royal Seat of the Kings of Northumbria.

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Giacopazzi's

Award winning Fish & Chip Restaurant, Takeaway and Ice Cream Parlour is a long established, family run and family friendly business. Classically situated next to the harbour in Eyemouth

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Marks and Spencer Simply Food

Simply food with a coffee shop/cafe to the rear

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Barn at Beal

Restaurant, coffee shop and bar overlooking the historic and rugged Holy Island of Lindisfarne

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Alnwick Garden

One of the world's most contemporary gardens. The Duchess of Northumberland created the garden and it continues to flourish. There is a tree house cafe and restaurant also.

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Berwick Golf Club

The most dangerous hole on the course is the sixteenth, named “the destroyer”, which is a blind drive only yards away from the shelter made famous in a painting by

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Goswick Golf Club

Goswick, a championship links golf course measures a mean 6,803 yards from the medal tees, rarely affected by the weather and is playable all year situated in AONB- a gem!

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Duddo Standing Stones

4000 year old Bronze age stone circle

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Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth

Gunsgreen House was built back in 1753 by local smuggler John Nisbet, and of a John Adam design. The architecture includes secret hiding places where smuggled goods were kept.

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Saint Aidan's Winery

St Aidan's Winery is the home of the world famous Lindisfarne Mead

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Swan Centre

Leisure centre with swimming pool and gym as well as fitness classes

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Grace Darling Museum

The RNLI Grace Darling Museum commemorates the life of Victorian Britain’s greatest heroine, who risked her life to rescue nine survivors from the wrecked SS Forfarshire on 7 September 1838.

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Jim Clark Museum

At the heart of the museum is the trophy collection featuring both Jim Clark’s historic Formula 1 World Championship cups from 1963 and 1965 and the Indianapolis 500 clock trophy from 1965.

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Berwick Barracks and Main Guard

18th Century purpose built barracks houses the King's Own Scottish Borderers museu and the Berwick Gymnasium Art Gallery

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Paxton House

One of the finest examples of Neo-Palladian architecture in Scotland. Completed in 1763 by architect John Adam and includes a magnificent picture gallery. Gardens extend to the River Tweed.

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Cragside House and Grounds

Cragside is a Victorian country house near the town of Rothbury It was the home of William Armstrong, the first house in the world to be lit by electric light

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Audela Restaurant

Located on Bridge Street, Berwick old town this chef/family owned restaurant serves quality local produce on concise seasonal lunch and dinner menus. Booking advised.

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Amran's Indian Kitchen

Chef/owner Amran's is located in Hide Hill, Berwick serving quality Indian cuisine.

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Percy Arms, Chatton

In the heart of rural Northumberland in the village of Chatton you’ll find The Percy Arms

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Allanton Inn

Set in the centre of the peaceful conservation village of Allanton, Berwickshire, The Allanton Inn is a charming coaching inn dating from the eighteenth century.

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Black Bull Inn, Lowick

Village Inn serving home cooked food

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Wheatsheaf Restaurant

Overlooking the green of the pretty Berwickshire village of Swinton, seasonal dishes feature. “Classic, unfussy dishes with a modern twist” — Michelin Eating Out in Pubs

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The Plough Inn

Newly refurbished for 2017- Gastro Pub offering a locally sourced menu, bar with live music and outdoor play area for children.

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Kelso

A rare gem almost lost to the modern high street; a historic town centre that radiates out from the largest cobbled town square in Scotland overlooked by elegant Georgian buildings

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Coldstream

Coldstream gave its name to the regiment who marched from here to London in 1660, an action that resulted in the restoration of Charles II. The Coldstream Museum highlights the history.

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Berwick Garden Centre and Farm Shop

Gifts, home wares, cafe, plant centre and locally sourced food and drink

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St Abb's Visitor Centre

St Abbs is a small, picturesque fishing village situated at the foot of the St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve.The area is internationally important for its rugged landscape and wildlife,

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Kimmerston Hourse Riding Centre

Near the breathtaking Cheviot Hills you can experience exhilarating horse riding you will never forget. Beach and Moor rides available.

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Seahouses RNLI station

Established in 1827, Seahouses Lifeboat Station runs both an all-weather lifeboat and an inshore lifeboat. The crews have been presented with four awards for gallantry.

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The Hirsel Estate

Fishing, walks, golf, shooting, craft centre, tea room Museum of country life.

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Ford and Etal Estate

2 beautiful villages- many attractions. Lady Waterford Gallery, Black Bull Inn, Heatherslaw Mill and light Railway, Etal Castle, Lavender tearooms, Old Dairy Reclamation, Old Forge Antiques

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The Maltings Theatre

Theatre, cinema, bar and cafe/restaurant with great views over the old town to the railway bridge

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Berwick Speedway and Rangers Football

Shieldfield Park is home to Berwick Rangers football club and Berwick Bandits Speedway

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Berwick Rugby Club

The most Northerly Rigby Club in England with great club house/bar- all welcome on match days.

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LIndisfarne Priory

Irish monks settled here in AD 635 and the monastery became the centre of a major saint’s cult celebrating its bishop, Cuthbert. The masterpiece now known as the Lindisfarne Gospels was

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St Cuthbert's Cave Woods

an overhanging outcrop of Sandstone rock, supported by an isolated pillar of stone. It is reputed that the monks of Lindisfarne brought St. Cuthbert’s body to this place in AD875

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Berwick's Elizabethan Walls Walk

In the view of archaeologists Oliver Creighton and Robert Higham, "by some measure the best-preserved example of town defences in Britain designed for post-medieval warfare". They are Grade 1 listed.

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Lough, Holy Island- Birdwatching

Beyond Lindisfarne Castle and before Emmanuel Head and it’s famous stone pyramid. A new hide has recently been provided. A good selection of wildfowl can be found all year round.

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Berwick Boat Trips

Trips on the River Tweed and Sea trips - dolphin, seal and whale spotting

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Farne Islands

Rocky islands, habitat for seals and many species of seabird, including puffins

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