Looking for your next seaside escape? Check in to The Deck House, nestled in a quiet corner of the exclusive Beadnell Point development..

Just a minute’s jaunt from the beach and set over two storeys, with superb Cheviot Hills views to one side, this little seaside stunner is one to consider for large families or groups of friends looking for some away-from-it-all, beachy fun.

With three beautiful bedrooms on offer, including one superb triple ground floor bedroom, the property sleeps up to seven guests – including children. New England-style exterior good looks merge perfectly with luxurious Northumberland-chic interiors; think rich colours and large glazed areas that flood the property with the sparkling coastal light.

The open-plan contemporary living space opens up on to a private, decked outdoor sitting area with breathtaking beachy views beyond. The sound of the crashing waves can always be heard – the perfect start to the day. Beadnell Bay is mere moments away, loved for its white sands and watersports. Guests can take advantage of ample parking

Just a minute’s walk from Beadnell beach which is popular for its crescent shape of white sands and watersports. The Deck House sits on the edge of the Beadnell Point development, with ample parking for several cars . Beadnell is ideally placed for visiting the whole coastal region, but especially for those who just want the beach… simply park up and enjoy.

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