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Taylors Cottage

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Contact by or call Mrs. Taylor on:

0191 4605967 or mobile 07785 793359

Please mention the website when you call.

Taylors Cottage is a lovely two bedroomed bungalow, furnished to a very high standard and is fully equipped with everything to make your holiday a pleasure.
Situated close to the heart of the village of Beadnell, a 100 metre walk will take you to the seafront and beyond to the beautiful beaches, picturesque harbour and eighteenth century lime kilns.

A five minute stroll will find you at the pretty church, two pubs both serving good food and ale and
a cafe with internet access. A short stroll north on the coast road will take you to the village store/post office
and fish and chip shop.


Cosy lounge with sofas, dining area, flat screen television with freeview channels, dvd player
and electric coal effect stove.

Two bedrooms, one with 2 extra large single beds and one with two adult size single beds.

Fully equipped kitchen with gas cooker, refrigerator, microwave, electric kettle and toaster.

Bathroom with electric overbath shower, w.c., washbasin and heated towel rail.





Attached garage, leading directly from the kitchen, contains a washing machine, tumble dryer outside tap and hose.

Our peaceful, secluded rear garden with patio and garden furniture catches the sun all day.

Heating is provided by night storage heaters throughout.

Taylors Cottage sleeps a maximum of four people plus a baby.
A travel cot and high chair are available.

Garage and driveway parking for two cars.

Strictly non-smoking. Sorry no pets.

Prices per week inclusive of all heating, bed linen and towels from £220 to £499 depending on season.
Short breaks for a minimum of three nights from £150. Please contact us for any late deals on offer.

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