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.
“Fantastic place, good to be back. Amazing horsehide on Holy Island with Kimmerston.com. The cottage has absolutely everything you could want and more. We will be back soon.”
Its just been great and we would love to come back and stay again – thank you!
“Wonderful place to stay and superb location. A lot of love and passion has been put into the cottage and everything has been thought of. We can’t wait to return and will tell people what a special place this is.” Jules and family, May 2015.
“Our second visit and it was just as fantastic as we remembered first time! We were greeted by the ever so friendly and polite owner’s 10 year old son ho showed us around to see what had changed since our last visit and introduced our children to his sister and other children, which meant we could enjoy a beer in sunshine in the garden while the children played – a perfect start! A perfect sunny day at Seahosues, picnic on the beach, visit to Bamburgh Castle, “daddy” successfully survived the triathlon despite the chilly sea, and of course we loved walking around the farm and seeing “Annabel” the sheep again! Thank you for another wonderful weekend, in the words of Arnie, “we’ll be back!””
“We’ve had a wonderful few days here at Budle Haugh. Being greeted with a bag of marshmallows was pure heaven! Allison and family have thought about everything and as her son said on our first afternoon “Have Fun!” – we have! The Illy Coffee from Noel at Wyndenwell is a must, so are his ice-creams. We were thrilled that Billy Shiels’ boat trips allowed pooches on board! A real family trip to the Farne islands! We love the interiors in this cottage and the log burner has made it really cosy – thank you.”
“This is our third time now coming here and it has been just as good as all the other times. We loved feeding the lambs and were very lucky to see lots of them, they are so cute.” Eleanor and family, April 2015.
“Thank you for a lovely stay. The cottage was perfect and the attention to detail regarding the kids was perfect. Our daughter loved the toys and our baby loved his bed and pillow :-). A special mention to Allison’s son who greeted us daily and was so friendly a proper gent). Look forward to returning one day.” Poppy and family, January 2015.
“Thank you for making our holiday so comfortable and enjoyable. We’ve all got such happy memories of our time a Budle Falls, and of sunning ourselves at Bamburgh Beach, and cooling off in the sea. And having birthday tea outside on the lawn was a wonderful highlight.”
“Lovely, lovely cottage. Warm and snug, especially with the log fire burning. We had a fantastic week with good weather and good walks – sad to go home!”
“What a fantastic week in the loveliest, most stylish cottage we have ever stayed in! A big huge thank you to Allison and her family for such a warm welcome. The farm and grounds are amazing and our son has absolutely loved feeding the animals and collecting eggs each morning. Leaving the last word to our son, age 5 – “when can we come back”.” Iain and family, June 2014