10 guests

5 bedrooms

6 beds

3 bathrooms

Cheviot View

in Seahouses


(48 Reviews)

Nestled in North Sunderland close to the charming village of Seahouses, Cheviot View is a striking holiday home with views in abundance. Sleeping up to 10 guests, this spacious 5-bedroom, detached house is perfect for family holidays or getaways with friends. The ideal staycation spot, you can spend quality time with the ones you love most whilst enjoying the stunning Northumberland coastline.

Trip Details

Property Highlight #1

Perfect for Groups

Whether you're looking for a family holiday or a getaways with friends, Cheviot View is ideal for groups as the property sleeps 10 guests across 5 bedrooms.

Property Highlight #2

Outdoor Space

The property is surrounded by greenery and is complete with a patio and outdoor dining area making it perfect for al fresco dining.

Property Highlight #3

Free Private Parking

An added bonus - there is free parking on site.

The Space
Cheviot View is a detached property with beautiful rural surroundings and views. Boasting a bright sunroom, living and dining area, kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a balcony and a patio with outdoor furniture, there is ample space for your whole party.
The sunroom has large windows and glass patio doors showcasing stunning views of the countryside surrounding the house. The perfect place to relax, there are two grey sofas and a dining area. Gorgeous in the summer months, you can open up the doors and windows to let the outside in. When the temperature drops, you can cosy up with your loved ones and watch the stars above in the skylight windows.

Step outside and you’ll find a large garden and patio area. With outdoor furniture, it is ideal for al fresco dining. Start your day with a morning coffee in the sunshine or have a glass of something bubbly as the night draws in.

Back inside there is a spacious open plan living and dining room. Traditional in style, there is a grand fireplace and large windows. Switch on the flat screen TV and relax on one of the sofas after a day of exploring Northumberland. Next to the window is the wooden dining table and matching chairs making it a lovely spot to enjoy a meal with a view!

The kitchen features traditional wooden cabinets and tiled floors. Fully equipped for self-catering staycations, the kitchen boasts an oven, hob, microwave, toaster, refrigerator and kettle. The property also has a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer so it has everything you could need for longer stays too.

Cheviot View has 5 spacious bedrooms - a king, 3 doubles and a twin. Each bedroom has a homely and welcoming feel. With premium bedding and crisp linens, you’ll enjoy your sleep. The master bedroom also features an en suite with a walk in shower, WC and basin.

The property also features two additional bathrooms with baths, WCs and basins.

Host & Stay are committed to our owners that their homes are protected during guest bookings. For this reason, we require all our guests to transfer a Damage Deposit (refundable, subject to an administration charge) or, to purchase an Accidental Damage Waiver which will cover you for up to £500.00 of accidental damage during your stay.

Cheviot View is located in North Sunderland, close to the seaside village of Seahouses. With a bustling harbour and a seaside holiday resort feel, Seahouses is packed with charisma. Treat the family to a game of crazy golf or go rock pooling. The charming village offers a whole host of tea rooms, restaurants, pubs and shops all within a 0.8 mile walk or drive so you won’t tire of things to do. If you like horse riding, there is a riding school close by and two incredible golf courses on the doorstep.

Hop on one of the boat trips from Seahouses and take a journey to the Farne Islands. Just a couple of miles off the coast, this cluster of islands are one of the UK’s top wildlife experiences. It even has Sir David Attenborough’s stamp of approval as he declared it as his favourite place in the UK to see nature at its best. The Farne Islands are known for its birds with 23 different breeds spotted here, including colourful puffins and razorbills. If you’re lucky enough, you may even see a seal bobbing in the sea whilst you’re on the boat.

Cheviot View is perfectly located for visiting the neighbouring town of Bamburgh. Known for it’s striking Grade I listed castle and its beautiful sandy shores, you’ll have lots to explore. 14 miles away is the medieval market town of Alnwick which features winding cobbled streets dotted with independent shops and bistros. Here you’ll also find the incredible Alnwick Castle, which was the setting for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter film franchise. It is also home to Alnwick Garden – the huge 12 acre gardens created by The Duchess of Northumberland.

Getting Around
Cheviot View is a 0.8 mile walk or drive from the centre of Seahouses.

The nearest train station to Seahouses is at Chathill which is 5 miles away. The closest East Coast Main Line train stations are located Alnmouth or Berwick-upon-Tweed which are roughly 30 minutes away from Seahouses by car.

There are great bus services from Seahouses. Hop on the X18 which takes you through to Newcastle with stops in beautiful areas of Northumberland like Amble and Alnwick.

  • Bathtub
  • Bed linens
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Coffee maker
  • Cookware
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Dvd player
  • Essentials
  • Family/kid friendly
  • Free parking on premises
  • Garden or backyard
  • Hair dryer
  • Heating
  • High chair
  • Hot water
  • Indoor fireplace
  • Internet
  • Iron
  • Kitchen
  • Laptop friendly workspace
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Private entrance
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Suitable for children (2-12 years)
  • Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
  • TV
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Washer
  • Wireless Internet

Guests have access to the full property. The keys to the property can be accessed via a secure key safe.

There is free private parking.

Check-in: 16:00

Checkout: 10:00


From the guestbook


(48 Reviews)



The sun-lounge room gave us a good comfortable space to be together and a great view of the local countryside. The rooms were clean and tidy<br/><br/>They seem be a little stingy on things. One toilet room per bathroom only. One dish-clothe. One tea-towel. Bath towels - but no hand-towels. No oven-gloves.



Great location on the edge of the countryside. Nice and spacious. Clean bathrooms and bedrooms. Nice big garage space for toddlers to play with scooters/bikes. Main street walkable distance.





Lovely views from the house. We were able to walk from the house and leave the cars behind. Beds were comfortable and really enjoyed the large sunroom.



Lovely stay in Seahouses. Just a short walk to the Main Street and short drive to Bamborugh Castle. Although the house was at the end of a cup de sac and near other houses it was a corner pot looking on to fields so felt quiet and peaceful. The large conservatory was warm and cosy and meant the adults had a place to convene as the children watched movies in another room.



Size of accommodation and the area



Great location and lovely house for our group of 8. Fantatstic place to look up at the Stars after dark.<br/><br/>Problems with the Heating on arrival around 18.20. Reported this to the Management Company who were not very good at keeping us informed. They said they would report the issue and try to get someone out to the House the following morning. As we had a 4 year old and an 86 year old in our party, I informed them that this was not acceptable. Had to chase up a further 2 times due to no feedback. There was also a smell of oil in the house as we were told that the Boiler issue had been addressed and sorted out in the morning. Eventually the Owner contacted us, and whilst we had to use portable radiators in the evening, an engineer visited the next morning. Further issue: we returned home on Monday and I received a call on Tuesday afternoon from the management company to inform me that an engineer would be coming on Wednesday !!





The conservatory was lovely <br/>Lovely views <br/>Not far to seahouses <br/>Able to store bikes in garage <br/>Washing machine<br/><br/>Few minor repairs needed. <br/>Lack of bedside lights in some bedrooms.



What a beautiful home and surroundings . The beds were comfy . There were some toys and games which my son loved. <br/>Only thing I would really change would be the amount of pictures on the wall. They were not only very dated but a little too much as there was so many . The children were a little scared of some of them but this is just a preference. We felt at home and comfortable



Very nice property for families with a lovely location overlooking fields and Bamburgh through the trees. Looks just like the pictures. We felt the £200 cleaning fee on top just pushed this out of the ‘good for money’ bracket without this we felt good value. <br/>Beds and linen were clean and comfortable. <br/>We really enjoyed staying here, particularly the kids, and felt the location was perfect for accessing locations such as Bamburgh, Craster, Embleton and Alnwick.



Lovely property, great location, very peaceful and quiet, lovely big home would book this place again.<br/>barry



We had a great few days at Cheviot View. The house is spacious and looks over the countryside from two aspects. It is an easy 20 mins walk to the beach, with pavements all the way. Plenty of room for a family of six. Whilst in the area, don’t miss Alnwick Castle. The ticket allows for repeat entry for a year - usually a gimmick, but with all the activities we easily filled two days making it excellent value for money.





Spent a family weekend here and thoroughly enjoyed it. The house has quite a dated interior but was very spacious with plenty parking. The kitchen isn’t great - dishwasher didn’t seem to work properly, fridge in the kitchen was small and you couldn’t stand a carton of milk in it ( there was another fridge in the garage), and generally some of the equipment was well passed its sell by date but we managed okay. Particularly enjoyed sitting in the conservatory and looking out onto the nearby fields. Bedrooms and bathrooms were all good.



We had a nice stay and loved the place. Lots of space, easy to park and well fitted kitchen. The only problem was that internet wasn't working when we arrived, but we contacted the host and they fixed it the following day.



A lovely house to stay in. Plenty of room (we were a party of 4 adults and 5 children). Kitchen was fully stocked with utensils/crockery/glasses etc. Bed linen and towels were provided. We loved our stay and would stay at this property again.



Overall, the property was nice and set in a quiet location with lovely views. Although the kitchen isn’t great in terms of size compared to the number of people that it can host. It generally looked clean but could be cleaner, lots of dust and bits under furnishings. Our big issue when we arrived was it was freezing cold inside the house and soon discovered the heating was not working. Although someone came out that night, they couldn’t start the boiler. Fortunately someone came the following day and replaced a broken part enabling us to finally warm the house up. Why the heating had not been checked before our arrival we never got an answer to. This led to some appalling customer service and communication from Host and Stay as we tried to claim a partial refund for our disruption. A process that is still going on weeks after our stay. Even Airbnb who we booked it via. failed to get a response from them.





Lovely house and great location. 9 of us stayed and plenty of space and great views. Was surprised as expected an older house due to decor, however it was a modern house decorated in older style. Would stay there again





Well appointed rooms with provision of shower gel/ toiletries in bathrooms a bonus . Excellent location - very quiet at end of cul de sac and conservatory ideal place to relax<br/><br/>Only problem I experienced was that the electric hob seemed difficult to work and required some pretty solid pressure to start it. <br/>Would have appreciated guidance what to do with glass bottles as there appears to be no kerbside collection (leave them in garage/kitchen? I found a bottle bank in Seahouses but not everyone would bother! <br/>Would have appreciated two keys for the front door - as a party of nine doing varied activities it was a bind checking who would be out last !



spacious house, good location, fabulous views.



Great location short walk from town. Property is spacious with lovely outlook over fields. Decor could do with updating.<br/>Overall enjoyed our stay.



spacious, local to seahouses and views<br/><br/>nothing very happy with our stay



everything we needed .<br/>comfortable<br/><br/>need recycling bin for glas<br/>separate cleaning supplies for<br/>for bathrooms



Fantastic stay with extended family in this spacious , comfortable house in a excellent location.



Great location, very comfortable abd plenty of space for a big group. Beautiful views over countryside and short walk into Seahouses.



size and position. The conservatory.<br/><br/>strange layout. Quite dated decor.



lovely sun room, lovely master bedroom, stunning views. good base for exploring the area. Great that a couple of buckets and spades were int he garage to take to the beach.<br/><br/>The kitchen was dark and old fashioned, the living room decor is also a old fashioned. The glass doors hadn’t been cleaned and it looked a bit grotty. The bins were overflowing outside and the birds had made a mess all over the front garden.



Perfect house for gathering with friends! Well-equipped within walking distance of Seahouses with stunning views of surrounding fields and the Cheviots. Beautiful sun room. Would absolutely stay again.



Lovely house in a spectacular setting with great views our family of 10 had a great time here getting together with our daughter & partner who had travelled from canada first time since covid. House had everything you need & more



Views and spacious<br/><br/>Nothing





The house was just as described, great location, spacious just right for our family celebration, very clean and well looked after



Great property, lovely location. Just close enough to everything we wanted.



Good sized house, good layout, lovely area<br/><br/>No welcome pack or even instructions for the white goods - we found them eventually, hidden away. Seriously mingy approach by the hosts - two dishwasher tablets left out for us. Two! For 6 people over 4 nights, paying well over £2000. We can buy our own dishwasher tablets, but hey. Dried out instant coffee mess in the coffee pot. Heating didn't work properly.



Comfortable property in a great location. Lovely views over fields to the Cheviots.



This is a fantastic house for a family to have a great stay in Northumberland.



Fantastic views, great location, conservatory huge bonus along with the ensuite in main bedroom with balcony.<br/><br/>A little dated in rest of the house with decor and carpets but still very pleasant.



Great house for larger groups. Wonderful countryside setting but close to the sea as well. Peaceful and private with a fabulous view over open countryside. Spacious and clean with excellent bathroom facilities. Décor rather dark and dated. The twin room was not well described as it only had 2 small single beds in, no mirror, no bed side tables or lights and only a chest of drawers. <br/>Plenty of parking for 4 cars.<br/>The main downside to our stay was the heating system, which was known to be faulty, was not working for 2 days and on one of these we had no hot water either. This was very inconvenient when we all returned after a long day walking to shower/bath and change ready to go out for dinner on our last evening. <br/>The problem was eventually fixed by an electrician talking us through the instructions to reset the boiler in the garage. A simple enough task that had we had instructions in the manual we could have remedied it immediately instead of waiting 2 days. Communication for this incident could have been better, having to make several phone calls and waiting several hours.



Lovely property, exactly as described, in a great location. Really enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend



We had a positive discussion with the host with respect to some maintenance issues and with an issue with bin emptying (which seems to be a council matter which the hosts are trying to resolve) . We would say that if these issues could be addressed then we could wholeheartedly recommend the venue . Great location plenty of hot water and quality bedding and towels.



Great place for a family weekend. Brilliant location with a short walk to sea houses and short drives to some fantastic beaches. The accommodation was good, beds were comfy and it was really clean.



The views were absolutely amazing - nice and quiet <br/>Bedrooms were spacious with nice quality bed linen and towels <br/>Conservatory gives this property the wow factor <br/>Very clean and well stocked<br/><br/>Massive backlog of rubbish when we arrived which was addressed after I complained. However due to the insects around the area we couldn’t use the balcony during the period till the rubbish was removed which was a shame





Excellent location for the superb Northumberland coastline.



Cheviot View is a very lovely property and was super clean and the kitchen is very well equipped. Stay was very quick to respond to any queries we had. We a had a great stay and enjoyed ourselves. The beaches are amazing and lots of historic castles nearby.


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