Set right within the dunes of Budle Bay sands, Grey Heron Lodge is the perfect getaway for those looking for peaceful surroundings by the sea. It has a privately owned sandy beach for all guests to enjoy, you can relish the area’s natural beauty and take in the peacefulness of this wonderful part of the country.
Situated at Lucker Steadings within the heart of Lucker, Bullfinch Cottage is a spacious 3 bedroom property boasting a large kitchen and dining area, making a comfortable living space. Additionally, Bullfinch Cottage garden provides a great outdoor space for get-togethers and features a masonry BBQ and garden furniture.
Red Fox is a beautifully finished, ground floor property set within Lucker, a small charming village only 3 miles from Bamburgh. Rooted in peaceful surroundings, but still close to the tourist attractions and conveniences, Red Fox can sleep up to 6 guests very comfortably using the 3 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite.
Set within the heart of Lucker village with picturesque riverside setting, Bramley Cottage is perfectly suited for larger families or groups of friends. This spacious property is equipped and designed with self-catering in mind to create a very comfortable stay for all guests, with a great range of facilities. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. Millstone Cottage can be booked with Old Mill to create an interlinked property to accommodate up to 12 guests.
Jackdaw Cottage offers space for a large family getaway with a privately owned sandy beach just a stone’s throw away. Part of the Heather House collection of properties situated just above Budle Bay, Jackdaw Cottage provides comfortable living for up to 6 guests with fantastic panoramic views of Budle Bay and up the coast to Holy Island.
Grey Seal is the perfect getaway for those looking for peaceful surroundings by the sea. Grey Seal Cottage sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms and belongs to the Heather Cottages collection which has memorable views across Budle Bay to Holy Island Castle. There’s plenty to do around here from walking, cycling, to explore nature and capturing wildlife on camera.