The Hides Seahouses, 146 Main Street,Seahouses Northumberland NE68 7UA
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OverviewThe Hides, located in Seahouses, are a fantastic affordable accommodation option. The Hides are perfect for groups, families or independent travellers. The accommodation is great value for money, comfortable, and very conveniently located. The Hides have a quiet and secluded location within Seahouses but also the convenience of being no more than a ten minutes walk from the village centre, harbour, shops, restaurants and bars. St Aidan's beach is also a short walk away. All five Hides can sleep up to 4 guests each with en-suite facilities. The rooms open onto a communal courtyard with access to the fully equipped self-catering kitchen, bike storage, drying room & laundry.The Hides are available to book as a block or per hide per night (minimum occupancy charge of 2 adults/night).
Beds & Rooms:20: 5x4
Price per night:£25. Children £22. Minimum 2 night stay. Bedding hire £5. Dogs £5
Booking:Online/phone; Min booking 2 nights. Deposit required when booking.
Directions:The Hides are on Main Street, Seahouses. From north or south follow B1340 to roundabout with large pub follow sign for riding centre to Main Street.
Public Transport:Train stations at Berwick upon Tweed and Chathill. Buses run daily to Seahouses with the nearest bus stop outside the Hides, ask for St Paul's Church.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Trans Euro Trail Castles and Coasts Route St Oswalds Way Sand Stone Way
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Famed dive locations easily accessible from Seahouses
July 12th 2021
Seasoned divers will know that Seahouses is filled to the brim with wonderful dive spots. Along its shores there are many wrecks and reefs to be explored. Divers can join a dive tour or charter a boat themselves. See the magic of Seahouses both above and below the water.
Where in the water you end up will depend on what kind of dive you’re looking for. Most of the sites are located around the Farne Islands. There you’ll find wildlife dives, for those who wish to spot crustaceans… or play with the seals. There are also a good amount of reef dives particularly around the Longstone island, which is also home to a fair few wrecks such as the Loch Leven. The history of this ship pre wreck can be read about here.
The Hides is the ideal place to set up base for the duration of your stay. Hot showers, cosy beds and a well equipped kitchen for hungry divers with a drying room and kit wash area to boot. Located near to the harbour so there’s less time spent travelling and more time diving. But when you’re not in the water its a good idea to take in Seahouses, a beautiful village with plenty to see. And of course you’re in luck if you enjoy seafood. Book your stay today…
Farne Islands seabirds are a sight to behold!
June 27th 2019
Farne Islands are renowned for their rare and wonderful seabirds and seals, including puffins!
The Hides Seahouses encaptures the wonders of the seaside atmosphere we all know and love. The individual “hides” remind you of beach houses, painted in pastel shades of sky blue; they incorporate blissful holiday feelings to your stay. And with all the wonders this precious area of the Northumberland Coast, there’s so much to do and see. Farne Islands are just one of the many attraction sites (for both humans and wildlife).
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
March 4th 2018
Truly outstanding natural landscapes to enjoy!
Whether you choose to enjoy this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty by exploring the fantastic footpaths and bicycle routes, spashing in the sea of beautiful beaches and cosy coves, or by any other relaxing or exciting activities Seahouses and its surrounding area has to offer, you can be guaranteed that your eyes and hearts will be filled with pools of serenity!