Holiday Cottages & Lets

Situated in the bustling seaside town of Seahouses, Slate Hall Holiday Cottages has two gorgeous properties available both with self catering facilities.


The Snuggery is a converted stable set in a peaceful courtyard on the outskirts of Seahouses but still within easy reach of the shops, stunning coastline and local attractions.  Quirkiness and clever design has been used to utilise the space of this cute studio style cottage which is perfect for one or two adults and is available for short breaks throughout the year with a four legged friend welcome too. 

Also fitted with a woodburner for you to enjoy cosy nights in, The Snuggery will suit the young at heart looking for accommodation that is both functional, comfortable and characterful.








An ideal location for exploring the area, Slate Hall B&B is situated a short walk from the centre of the village, harbour and sandy beaches where you will find regular boat trips to the scenic Farne Islands.
Bamburgh Castle and Beadnell are both a very short drive  away or a lovely walk. Further afield you will find Alnwick Castle where Harry Potter was filmed (20min drive) as well as Holy Island, Craster and many other beautiful castles and places of outstanding beauty- great for Bird Watching, Photography and Cycling too!
Pubs & Restaurants

The Old Ship Inn  – Nautically themed ‘The Olde Ship’ sits  above the fishing harbour of Seahouses. 

St Aidans Bistro – Little Bistro on the Seafront

Neptune Fish Resteraunt Local Fish and Chips with takeaway and sit in options

Bamburgh Castle Inn home-cooked pub food with panoramic harbour views and pub Garden

Insieme Restaurant Italian Cuisine

The Links Restaurant – Restaurant and Bar with varied menu

Sight Seeing

Bamburgh Castle – 3.4 miles –Experience Northumberland at a different level with a visit to magnificent Bamburgh Castle, one of England’s finest coastal castle and the filming location of many big films such as The Transformers, The Las Knight and Macbeth.

Dunstanburgh Castle – 10 miles – Built on the most magnificent scale, Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a remote headland in Northumberland. 

Alnwick Castle – 14 miles – Filming location of the Harry Potter films and home to the Duke of Northumberland and the percy family for the over 700 years.

Lindisfarne, Holy Island – 18 miles –Lindisfarne is a tidal island reachable via a paved causeway only when the North Sea tides permit. Lindisfarne is internationally famous both for its medieval religious heritage and also its more recent picturesque 16th century castle. Please make sure to always check safe crossing times when planning your trip to Lindisfarne. 


Daytime Activities

Mini Golf at The Bunker  – 18 hole crazy golf course and soft play

Alnwick Gardens– 14 miles – The creation of The Duchess of Northumberland, The Alnwick Garden is a multi-award winning visitor attraction based in Alnwick, Northumberland. 12 acres of meandering and magnificent Gardens are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku Cherry Orchard, a Grand Cascade comprising 120 water jets and the worlds largest Treehouse Restaurant.

Cragside – 26 miles – Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland – the wonder of its age and home of victorian adventure Lord Armstrong

Walks & Hiking

Seahouses Heritage Trail – The fascinating history of Seahouses and North Sunderland has been brought to life with three Heritage Walks. A leaflet is available from Seahouses tourist information.

Northumbrian Coast Path– The Northumberland coast offers some of the finest coastal walking in Europe. The Northumberland Coast Path follows this stunningly beautiful coastline for 100 kilometres (62 Miles) from Cresswell in the south to Berwick-upon-Tweed in the north

Dunstanburgh Castle Coastal walk  – Dunstanburgh Castle Coastal Walk is a 8.7 kilometer out and back trail located near Alnwick, Northumberland, England that features a river and is rated as moderate.

Embleton Heritage Trails  A series of six self-guided trails around the Parish of Embleton. A guidebook is available from shops in the village or can be downloaded by following the link above. 

Thrunton Woods – Thurnton Wood and Coe Crag Circular is a 17.1 kilometer loop trail  that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Simonside – A walk along the Simonside Hills must not be missed. From the top, you have a wonderful 360-degree view encompassing the Cheviot Hills and North Sea coastline. The area teems with wildlife such as the curlew, red grouse, wild goats, and even red squirrels in the forest below.

Boat Trips

There are a number of different boat trips available from the seahouses harbour visiting local islands, viewing the wildlife and sightseeing along the coastline.

Billy Shiels Boat trips

Serenity Farne Island Tours

Golden Gate Boat Trips

Shows & Entertainment

Alnwick Playhouse TheatreRecently renovated with a bar and cafe/restaurant, Alnwick playhouse offers a variety of live productions and filmed events.

For more suggestions of things to do in the area check out this list of top local attractions on trip advisor here

Looking for Catered accomadation? Check out our Bed and Breakfast rooms


If you have any questions we would love to hear from you!

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