Lyme Cottage At Warkworth

Warkworth , Alnmouth, Northumberland , Seaside village

Check-in Time: 15:30
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The lawned garden to the rear of the cottage is fully enclosed and has views across the sea to the east towards Coquet Island and in a northerly direction towards the village of Alnmouth in the distance. There are also lawned areas to the front with a feature stone built wall. Parking is available immediately outside the cottage.

Downstairs Description

Lyme Cottage with its two hemmel arched windows provides an immaculately furnished light and airy lounge. The gas coal effect fire creates a cosy feel during winter evenings. The spacious Dining Kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. The kitchen has vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. The ground floor bedroom with ensuite shower room has a very comfortable king size bed and offers panoramic views of the sea.

First Floor Description

The first floor bedroom provides twin beds and a built in wardrobe and there is an adjacent bathroom.

Windows Views Description

The windows to the rear of the cottage provide views in a northerly direction across fields towards the estuary at Alnmouth. From the ground floor bedroom window, on the east elevation of the cottage, there is a fantastic sea view with the added bonus of some dramatic sun rises and sunsets. The front hemmel arched widows look onto a grassed area with paved patio.

Ocean Lookout
Child Friendly
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Alnwick Castle: Close by is Alnwick Castle, the seat of the Duke of Northumberland (the setting for Hogwarts) and the location of the now internationally famous Alnwick Gardens. Visit website
  • Alnwick Garden: The Alnwick Garden was designed for every season - from fragrant roses to mirror-polished water features, there is always something to admire. Visit website
  • Holy Island : Holy Island is internationally famous both for its medieval religious heritage and also its more recent picturesque 16th century castle. Visitors return year after year smitten by the spiritual enchantment of a very special place sought out by people since prehistory. Visit website
  • St Oswals Coastal Path: St. Oswald’s Way is a long-distance walking route, exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Boathouse Amble: Atmosphere all combine to ensure you have a rich and memorable dining experience be it a private party, corporate booking or romantic meal for two. Visit website
  • The Jolly Fisherman Craster: At The Jolly Fisherman you will find a wide selection of fresh catches on the menu, including our famous crab soup. We’re not just the home of delicious seafood though. From rib eye steak to confit of duck, our chefs take Visit website
  • Northumberland Arms Felton: Wholesome, locally sourced food is served daily in the River Room, as well as the restaurant and bar/lounge area; cooked to perfection by our Team of Chefs. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • The Grocer : In Alnmouth Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: In Alnwick and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Alnmouth Golf Club: Situated half a mile to the north of the village of Alnmouth and only ten minutes drive from the main A1 link road, Alnmouth Golf Club is easily accessed. The Club has a long and distinguished history and is proud of its heritage as the 4th oldest club in England, being established in 1869. Visit website
  • Coquet Shorebased Trust: They are based close to the harbour and from Amble offer courses in Powerboats, canoeing and kayaking and additionally from nearby Druridge Bay Country Park, windsurfing and sailing. On a Sunday afternoon they have 'Paddling on the Coquet Estuary' where you can enjoy a peaceful tour of the wildlife and scenery. Visit website
  • Dunstanburgh Golf Club Embleton: There are holes to challenge golfers of all skill levels and ages. It is a traditional links course, created by the great golf course architect, James Braid. Set amongst beautiful scenery on the North-East coast of Northumberland's Heritage Coastline, you will enjoy a visit which will stay with you forever. Visit website