Tynemouth, Whitley Bay & North Shields Holiday Cottages

Tynemouth and Whitley Bay is a small, pretty area of the North East with a stunning coastline and plenty to discover and explore. Situated just north of the River Tyne, this coastal area is home to a group of sandy beaches and endearing villages. Tynemouth and Whitley Bay is just 10 miles from Newcastle, the north east’s largest city, and our range of holiday cottages in the area are perfectly situated to ensure proximity to charming local coastline and landmarks. 

All of our holiday cottages in the area are just a stone’s-throw from the seafront, ideal for people who want to wake up to the soothing tone of waves, and an invigorating sea breeze. Our self-catering rental properties range from 2 to 10 guests, catering for everyone from couples to families, and large groups.

Visiting Tynemouth & Whitley Bay

Tynemouth and Whitley Bay is home to three of the UK’s ‘Blue Flag’ Beaches, 8 of which are located in the North East. The Blue Flag is awarded to Britain’s cleanest beaches by Keep Britain Tidy, and Whitley Bay, King Edward’s Bay and Tynemouth Sands were all granted this honour in 2019. Clean, refreshing and picturesque, these sandy beaches are ideal for a traditional fun-filled day at the beach with family, or for a nice long walk. If you’re planning on bringing a canine companion, it is good to bear in mind that, although Tynemouth Longsands has no restrictions on dogs, Whitley Bay and King Edward’s Bay have some seasonal restrictions in place between May and September. A couple of our cottages are also pet-friendly. 

For those wanting to explore the area’s local history, St Mary’s Lighthouse is a great place to start. The lighthouse was built in 1898 by the John Miller Company, and although it is no longer in use, today the lighthouse has been converted into a visitor centre, complete with museum and cafe. Souter lighthouse, which can be seen from St Mary’s, is also open to visitors and is just a few miles south of the Tyne. 

Seaton Delaval Hall and Tynemouth Priory and Castle are two other popular local historical landmarks. Both sites have rich and exciting histories, with Seaton’s history dating back to the 11th century, and Tynemouth Priory and Castle’s dating back 2,000 years. Both sites are popular with families and are ideal for a day of exploration. 



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