Bolt Hole by the beach is a beautiful self-catering holiday home-away-from-home tucked away on a quiet little street in Newbiggin by the sea on the Northumberland coast.
The holiday home is a 2-minute stroll from the amazing south facing Newbiggin bay with promenade & beach. It has a private courtyard which isn’t overlooked and is great for contemplating the day ahead, al fresco meals or just chilling with a glass of something at the end of a busy day of sightseeing. The property sleeps up to 5 people (+ a baby/toddler) in 2 spacious bedrooms (max 4 adults in 2 double beds please) and provides guests with a welcoming, homely, and comfortable place to stay.
The lounge is furnished with plenty of comfortable seating and has a Google SMART TV with Netflix so there’s always something good to watch. Even if the weather isn’t great you can curl up with a cosy throw and connect with the outside world or binge on your favourite Netflix box sets after a walk along the beach. The kitchen has everything you will need to make your self-catering stay easy. There’s a brand-new washer/dryer, electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, family size fridge freezer, toaster, Tassimo coffee maker and a full range of cutlery, crockery & utensils. Essential pantry items are always available as are toilet tissue & hand soaps. There is a separate dining room which you can open into the living space. The extending dining table comfortably seats everyone so you can enjoy a family meal in comfort which is great if you prefer a night in with a cooked meal or a cheeky holiday takeaway! The dining room also has a single sofa bed, offering downstairs sleeping facilities if needed. It can be closed off again to provide a private space for sleeping – or to shut yourself away with a good book.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is a place of relaxation and comfort. Its simply decorated with a feature wall mural of Newbiggin Bay, its furnished with a new double bed [superior mattress], drawer chest & bedsides and it’s a great place to fall asleep while listening to the crash of the waves. Bedroom 2 is the Family Room. Furnished with a triple bunk bed comprising double bed with single above [we wouldn’t recommend the single bunk for over 16s]. We also have a junior ‘ready bed’, a travel cot and a single Jay-be folding guest bed so there’s something suitable for everyone. The room is super spacious with plenty of play space for little pirates who can enjoy our treasure chest of pirate themed books, sea creatures, games, dress ups and DVDs. The bathroom is part tiled and the power shower over the bath provides ample hot water – perfect for rinsing off the sand you’ve brought back from the beach!
Out back, our enclosed patio is modern, secure, private and not overlooked and is a great space for al fresco dining or for letting the children play safely. Out front, free on-street parking is available usually directly outside the property. Public transportation links are available within a 5 minute walk. The promenade is the longest in Northumberland and is home to the oldest operational Lifeboat station in the British Isles. It also has a fabulous sea front Maritime centre with museum, café and gift shop. As well as having its own ‘craft ale micro pub’ Newbiggin by the sea is also the home to the last pub before Norway!
Included in your stay
Reasonable use of gas and electricity, hairdryer, complimentary WIFI, linen and towels, toilet tissues and other toiletries, cleaning materials & tea towels, free on- street parking. There is also a huge selection of children’s toys as well as some fancy dress costumes. Our Spectrum Pack is also available for families to use and includes a range of handheld sensory toys, blackout blind, light toys and visual resources.
Before and during your stay.
We understand that preparing an autistic person for a holiday can sometimes be challenging. At Spectrum Holidays we are always looking for ways to make this process easier. We design bespoke, personalised visual stories and countdown calendars for every person that would benefit from additional preparation for their holiday.
Inside the Spectrum Pack you will also find a set of visuals to help support you while on holiday, there is also a “now, next, later” travel keyring to take out and about with you as you visit the local area.
Local Amenities and the Local Area
Lifestyle Express – Newbiggin-by-the-Sea. 2 min walk
Co-op Newbiggin Central – 3 min drive
Asda Ashington – 8 min drive
Newcastle City Centre – 28 min drive
Places to visit:
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea Beach – This sleepy, coastal town is known for the idyllic beach that makes for excellent evening strolls, striking sunrises that will take your breath away and myriad of marine life that regularly graces Newbiggin Bay with its presence
Woodhorn Museum – Woodhorn Museum is a great attraction for the whole family, with plenty of hands on activities, some blockbuster exhibitions, and a great events programme. It is located in a delightful country park with a lake at its heart, and it is possible to walk or cycle around the lake, with public access from the museum end and the northern approach. There’s a cafe too!
Newbiggin Maritime Centre – Newbiggin Maritime Centre is an accessible, all weather family attraction, open all year. Discover life in a historic fishing village through the Mary Joicey and Girl Anne interactive exhibitions and varying range of thought provoking exhibits. The Newbiggin Maritime Centre is passionate about offering engaging, creative and unique learning activities. Nearby is the longest promenade in Northumberland plus the iconic Lifeboat Station, the UK’s oldest operational boathouse. There is a great playpark adjacent to the centre, as is a sandy beach with rock pools, registered as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Ridley Park, Blyth – Ridley Park is a popular and picturesque spot for the whole family to visit throughout the year. It provides space for many fun and recreational activities for people of all ages to enjoy and includes a large and vibrant water play area
Things You May Need to Know
Bolt hole by the Beach is located within a quiet residential neighbourhood and is a mid terrace property. The street and the neighbouring properties are quiet.
The stairs inside the property are fairly steep
The windows and doors are lockable with a key
The back outdoor area is enclosed and has high walls so is not overlooked. The gate leading to the street has a deadlock.
How to book/prices
Pricing – Bolt Hole by the Beach offers a year yound rate of £125 per night with a 3 night minimum stay.
Check in days are:
3 nights Fri-Mon
4 nights Mon-Fri
7 nights Mon/Fri
During Summer there is a 7 night minimum stay in place with a Saturday check in day.
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