A newly built hut on an organic farm situated on the Northumberland Coastal Route.


Suitable for couples & young families. Uninterrupted views over the Northumberland Coastal Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Budle Bay & the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. An ideal base providing direct access to both coast & countryside. Hot running water, electric shower, oven & hob cooking facilities. Private garden and veranda with wood-burning stove both with rural and sea views. Private parking.











Regretfully, the hut is not suitable for pets.

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 Mobile phone signal - all networks
 Tea coffee facilities
 Double Bed
Electric shower
Free parking on premises
Iron and ironing board
 Fire extinguisher
 Carbon monoxide / Smoke detector
 First aid kit
 Hair Dryer
Gas Fired Central Heating
Heating throughout
Fully equipped Kitchen - Benchtop Oven/Grill
 Towels provided (please bring your own beach towels)
 All bed linen, handwash, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, toilet paper
 kitchen roll, washing up liquid, sponge, dish cloth, tea towel
Refrigerator | Oven | Stove
Enclosed Front Lawned Garden for exclusive use of guests

Lindisfarne Lookout hut occupies an elevated position providing exceptional views out over the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and its castle.


The hut is an ideal base providing easy access to explore the Northumbrian Coast and Countryside direct from your door with direct access onto to the Northumberland Coastal Route which makes a good walking or cycle route to local attractions including several listed below. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne (10 miles) is accessed via a tidal causeway from Beal, only a 10 minute drive away. The Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way footpath actually pass through the farm within short walking distance of the hut.


Budle Bay (1 mile), Bamburgh Castle and beach (4 miles), the seaside town of Seahouses (7.5 miles) and Beadnel Bay Harbour (9 miles) are all coastal destinations accessible within a 20 minute drive along the picturesque coastal driving route. These villages all provide a range of coffee shops, pubs and restaurants. The Farne Island nature reserve is accessible by boat from Seahouses, here you can see seals, puffins, dolphins and many other sea birds.


A 20 minute drive inland will take you to Chillingham Castle (11 miles), Alnwick Castle, treehouse and gardens (16 miles) and the picturesque villages of Ford & Etal (16 miles) to name a few.


For the walkers:

St Cuthbert’s Way, St Oswald’s Way and the Northumbrian Coastal Path can all be joined at their various stages near to the village of Belford. Further inland, the Cheviot Hill range provide excellent walks and viewpoints from where you can enjoy 360 degree views of the picturesque landscape.


For the cyclists:

The 120 mile Sandstone Way cycle route is a fabulous way to see more of the area. There are also numerous country lanes and bridleways to explore. There is secure storage available for your bike upon request should you require it.



The hut is situated approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Belford where you can pick up your every day essentials from from the well equipped village Co op/Post Office. Alternatively a more extensive range of amenities, including large supermarkets, can be found in Berwick-upon-Tweed or Alnwick, both only a 20 minute drive away.


City visits:

The city of Edinburgh is easily accessible by being only 45 minutes away by train from Berwick Railway station. Newcastle can be accessed by car within one hour.


Getting around:

A car is advised due to the rural location. There is private parking space for 2 cars adjacent to the hut. The site provides direct access on to the Coastal driving route between Alnmouth and Lindisfarne and various places between.


Eating out:

From coffee shops to fish & chip take aways, to pub lunches, fine restaurants and everything in between, there are so many places to choose from in the various towns and villages near by so there is always something for everyone!


Handcrafted, fully insulated and with double glazed windows, Lindisfarne Lookout is able to be enjoyed all year round. The hut has been designed and tastefully decorated to provide a high level of comfort for the duration of your stay, allowing you to experience nature in luxury.


The kitchen area provides an electric hob with 2 rings, a bench top oven/grill and an under the counter fridge/freezer. Crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and cooking utensils are provided to enable you to cook your own meals, if you so wish.



The Double bedroom comprises a double bed with luxury mattress and cotton sheets. The bedroom benefits from a large window looking out towards Holy Island. There is hanging space for shirts and a wall mounted 32 Inch Freeview television.



The Children’s room sleeps 2 and comprises a bunk bed, hanging space for clothes and a large window looking out towards Holy Island.


The bathroom is situated off the kitchen and provides an electric shower, flushing toilet and hand basin with hot water.


There are wall mounted electrical 3 pin plugs in each room along with USB plugs in the kitchen. There is central heating throughout the hut should this be needed in winter months.


There is a picnic table in the private garden allowing you to dine outside and also a table and 4 chairs inside the hut allowing you to sit inside if the weather dictates. There is a fenced private lawn area for your exclusive use and private parking directly adjacent to the hut so you don’t have far to carry your belongings.


If you wish to pitch a tent, please specify this when booking.


Due to very little light pollution in this location, you will have the opportunity to witness the stars in the night sky.

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A welcome pack is provided on arrival including informative letter on local amenities and contact details, a bottle of wine, cookies and freshly laid free range organic eggs from our farm

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