Bamburgh holiday cottages in Northumberland: 10 The Wynding10 THE WYNDING
Bamburgh,
Northumberland

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Sleeps: 4.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.

Price range £350 - £750 pw.
Winter short breaks.

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For further details please contact:

Mrs S Turnbull
Tel: 01668 214494


 A comfortable and well equipped cottage in the picturesque village of Bamburgh. The cottage backs on to a children's play area, tennis court and cricket ground at the foot of the castle and the wide, sandy beach can be reached by a path across the dunes. Stunning view of Castle from bedroom and kitchen.

The Wynding leads from the centre of the village to the beach and Golf Course.

Accommodation  
  • Two bedrooms, one with queen sized bed and one with two singles. The 2 singles can be zipped together to form Kingsize bed. Electric blankets.
  • Bed linen is provided, but not towels.
  • Refitted bathroom with electric shower over bath, airing cupboard, electric heater and hairdryer.
  • Spacious sitting room with coal open fire, Digital TV and DVD player, and radio/CD player.
  • Kitchen/diner, fully equipped for 4, including washer/dryer, dishwasher and microwave.
  • Electricity and coal are included in the rent.
  • Parking is at the rear of the cottage.
 


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 10 THE WYNDING
Bamburgh,
Northumberland

_________________

Sleeps: 4.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.

Price range £350 - £750 pw.
Winter short breaks.

_________________

For further details please contact:

Mrs S Turnbull
Tel: 01668 214494
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 A comfortable and well equipped cottage in the picturesque village of Bamburgh. The cottage backs on to a children's play area, tennis court and cricket ground at the foot of the castle and the wide, sandy beach can be reached by a path across the dunes. Stunning view of Castle from bedroom and kitchen.

The Wynding leads from the centre of the village to the beach and Golf Course.

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