Living room: With wood burner, Sky TV (Including Netflix and Spotify), Xbox 360.
Dining room: With Google Nest and French doors leading to patio garden.
Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With zip and link kingsize bed (can be twin beds on request).
East Burton enjoys the very best of both worlds. Situated down a single track where a passing car is a rarity, the views to the south and west overlook open countryside. To the east there are uninterrupted views towards Bamburgh Castle and the sea, with the Farne Islands on the horizon. The picture postcard coastal village of Bamburgh is just over a mile east, where the commanding presence of the magnificent castle, with its impressive film and TV pedigree, dominates the coastline. This prestigious visitor destination offers restaurants, pubs and quaint tea rooms, along with ample local facilities including a convenience store, butcher (home of the famous Bamburgh banger, as seen on ’Rick Stein Food Heroes’), gift shops, art gallery and the Grace Darling Museum. The wide expanse of golden, and often empty, sandy beach that Bamburgh is renowned for is idyllic for those who yearn to inhale the invigorating sea air, feel the sand between their toes and listen to the lap of the waves as they gently reach the shore. Offering views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and Bamburgh Castle. In addition, Bamburgh’s golf course is one of the most beautiful links course in the world.
The tidal island of Lindisfarne, known locally as Holy Island, is regarded as the birthplace of Christianity in the UK, and can be viewed from the shoreline. The causeway leading onto the island is swept by the North Sea but safe to cross twice daily. Two miles north of Bamburgh is the bird sanctuary at Budle Bay, where at low tide a vast expanse of mud flats is home to countless thousands of wading birds, making this location a haven for bird watchers. The traditional fishing port of Seahouses is only 3 miles down the coastline with its good range of local shops, a Chinese takeaway and an Indian restaurant. Watch the trawlers return to the harbour with their daily catch, take a boat trip to the Farne Islands or set sail to test your fishing skills! There are several golf courses (some of them at championship level) in the area, horse riding, fantastic cycling, and some of the best coastal and countryside walking you will experience. If you like walking, you will love the Northumberland Coastal Patch which passes less than a mile from the cottage and takes in some of the most stunning beach views you will ever see.
The elegant Georgian town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, with its famous ramparts, sits straddling the salmon-rich River Tweed, just 17 miles north, whilst the bustling market town of Alnwick, with its own magnificent castle (the ancestral home to the Duke of Northumberland and film location for Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Academy), also offers many lovely and is around 15 miles away. Alnwick Garden is a popular visitor attraction with its grand cascade waterfall and restaurant set within the largest tree house in Europe.
Darling Cottage is an excellent choice for those seeking beautifully presented accommodation in a truly spectacular setting, giving easy access to explore the 20 miles of Northumberland Heritage Coastline, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Beach 1 mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.