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Low Steads, Longhoughton, Alnwick, NorthumberlandThe lane taking you down to the coast

The location of our holiday cottages on Low Steads Farm in Northumberland is ideal for your holiday as it is only a short walk of ten minutes down a tarmac lane to the beach. You walk past the traditional, well kept farm buildings and down a hedge lined lane. Alongside are fields of wheat, barley, cattle and sheep.

Howick Hall, NorthumberlandHowick Hall Gardens

Alnwick Castle Alnwick Castle

Alnwick GardenAlnwick Garden

Apart from the wonderful beach on the doorstep there are lots of attractions locally. Within a ten minute drive you can visit Howick Hall & Gardens, Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden, Barter Books and the picturesque coastal villages of Craster (home of the world famous Craster Kipper), Boulmer and Alnmouth.

Sugar Sands Beach near Low SteadsBeaches

Boulmer HavenBoulmer Haven

Craster Harbour, NorthumberlandCraster

Being on the coast the cottages are a superb base for walkers as there are numerous lovely walks locally and further afield, including the coastal path. We do allow well behaved dogs by prior arrangement. (The beach above is at the end of our road.)

The village of Longhoughton is a ten minute walk away. There you will find a shop, post office, church and access to the local bus service.

Berwick-upon-TweedBerwick-upon-Tweed

Bamburgh CastleBamburgh Castle

Beadnell HarbourBeadnell Harbour

Holy IslandHoly Island

Watersports ActivitiesWatersports Activities

Woodland WalksWoodland Walks

The perfect base for touring the county, a short trip will take you to any of these other fantastic visitor attractions:

Bamburgh Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, Warkworth Castle, Rothbury, Cragside and Northumberland National Park.

There are the market towns of Alnwick, Morpeth and Berwick-upon-Tweed. Visit fishing villages such as Seahouses (enjoy the fish & chips), Amble, Beadnell, Boulmer & Holy Island.

Dark Skies

During the Autumn and Winter months, Northumberland is a great place to see a truly dark sky. Due to minimal light pollution, a large part of North Northumberland has been awarded ‘International Dark Sky Park Status’.

There are events  held throughout the Autumn and Winter months to access the beautiful night skies.

The amazing Aurora Borealis ‘The Northern Lights’ have been seen off our coastline.

This picture was taken by local astronomer, Ian Glendinning, who offers and provides equipment for Star Gazing Evenings.

Northumberland's Dark Skies

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