Just nudging the shoreline in Beadnell, Shoreline is a beach-lover’s paradise, perfect for seaside days all year round – and fit for a discerning and savvy holiday rental customer.
The house, overlooking the rocks and within a surf’s spray of the beach and sea, was built about ten years ago to make it a family holiday retreat – and so an airy first floor lounge, complete with a balcony that overlooked the dunes beyond, was created.
More recently, it’s been given an extra sprinkle of seaside sass; its layout allows for space when you need it – there an upstairs and downstairs lounge with sink-in sofas, cosy throws and big TVs for the days when you’re zonked after a big, big walk – or just when the wind blows and you want to wind down with wine and a rom-com.
Upstairs, convivial living room with log-burner and kitchen diner has shuttered windows which over overlook the sea and rocks beneath. At the rear there’s a large balcony that peeps towards sand-dunes and evening sunsets.
The seaside theme is subtle with nice touches like a beachy mural in the downstairs lounge and a cool wallpaper in a double bedroom which looks like words written in sand. Jack Wills-loving teens will squeal with joy at a twin room with distinctive navy and pink striped wallpaper.
Elsewhere, a calming vibe continues with nice pale stripy carpet as well as wooden floors and plenty of rugs, throws and cushions.
The beauty of the house is, of course, its proximity to the amazing beaches. Shoreline’s layout means that sandy shoes and all the bucket-and-spade paraphernalia can be parked up in a downstairs utility room and bedrooms while the living, eating and entertaining happens on the first floor.
In Beadnell you’ll find sustenance at The Craster Arms, and the good-looking looking Saltwater Cafe. Head to nearby Seahouses for the best Friday fish&chips if you’re staying at Shoreline for the weekend.
Coastal Retreats is also taking on a new build property to the rear of Shoreline soon which makes the properties perfect for holidaying families and big groups.