Budle Bay Croft provides luxury 5* Northumberland holiday cottages that are couple, family and dog friendly, and also close to the beaches and castles. Situated on Budle Bay in the historic 13th century hamlet of Waren Mill, on the edge of the Parish of Bamburgh, Budle Bay Croft offers a unique combination of the stunning Northumbria Heritage Coast with a rural countryside Farm Stay.
Budle Bay Croft is a working smallholding of several acres with a truly enviable coastal location at Budle Bay, with the Cheviot Hills to the west, and nestled into the Lindisfarne Nature Reserve, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Scientific Interest.
Our gorgeous, beautifully furnished Northumberland cottages ooze style and 5 star luxury, yet remain cosy and snug.
For a truly relaxing great escape, our dog welcoming cottages offer the perfect bolt hole to explore this wonderful coastline. Budle Bay Croft offers family friendly home-from-homes, designed to keep the kids occupied so you can chill. Amazingly well equipped, so you don’t have to squash everything into your car, our luxury Northumberland cottages have been designed for comfort and serenity, helping you to unwind and completely relax.
“A great “escape” quiet, relaxing and stunning seascape – wonderful! Truly lovely – we’ve had the most gorgeous holiday – delightful and charming surroundings, all the little things that matter – soft pillows, comfy furnishings and great hosts.Loved the fresh eggs every day! Paradise for the dog too! Thank you.”
The farm was filled with jam packed fun and adventure for the kids, collecting eggs was the highlight of our daughter’s morning.
“First of all we would like to thank Allison’s daughter (7) for showing us around the grounds and showing us her amazing bike riding skills – what a delight she is. Feeding the pigs was a great adventure as was collecting the eggs and stroking the sheep. Pooh sticks was great fun for us – not so sure about the ducks! We’ve had a great stay in your gorgeous cottage; your hospitality and welcome was wonderful and much appreciated. W will return – it’s been a joy.”
Best equipped cottage I have ever stayed in.
“We have had the most amazing 14 days here. The weather was unbelievable, but we would have loved it even in bad weather. Thank you so much Allison for making our holiday the best ever – thanks especially for my husband’s birthday tea and for sharing his party! My daughter would like to say thank you to Allison’s daughter for being her “big sister” and teaching her bouncing tricks on the trampoline. Some places we enjoyed (bearing in mind we were looking for attractions suitable for a lively 4 year old) included Alnwick Gardens – fantastic lunch in the Treehouse restaurant and then lots of fun in the gardens,; Barter Books – amazing bookshop and café in the old railway station (a model train runs around above your head); Sunnyhills Farm Shop – nice child friendly café with tractors and climbing frame,a nd great takeaway food in the shop; Heatherslaw light railway; fish and chips in Seahouses – pinnacles was delicious; Ocean Leisure Club is greta for swimming and has nice café afterwards; but of course, given the amazing weather we harm we spent most of our time on the beach. We tried a few but our favourite was Bamburgh in front of the castle.”
“Fab toys for both girls and we were made to feel very welcome. Think we will have to get more dressing up clothes at home! Feeding the lambs was lovely and all the outside space is great. The wood burner got used quite a bit – very toasty :-)”
Immediately impressed with this wonderful cottage in lovely surroundings.
Feeding the lambs was lovely and all the outside space is great.
Our first time on the farm, but definitely not our last. We love this part of the workd and thoroughly enjoyed our few days; walking on the beaches, exploring the farm” and sipping tea and coffee (…and beer and wine!?!) Thank you for making us feel so welcome – it means a lot. Thanks for the extras too – and our son loved it here! Highlights? Low Newton to Dunstanburgh on the Beach, Craster to Howick and of course, Bamburgh – stunning (oh, and the Shoreline Café in Craster – nice cake!)
“Beautiful cottage and grounds, we had a lovely stay here. Feeding orphaned lambs, sheep, hens, ducks, pigs – collecting eggs for breakfast! Special thanks to Allison and family for being so friendly and welcoming , providing all sorts of extras and making our holiday extra fab!! Xx”