Leave Edinburgh. And head for the North Northumberland coast. It'll take you approximately an hour and a half to reach Seahouses. But why hit the tarmac of the, B1340? After all, Seahouses is not exactly on many people's map of places to visit in the United Kingdom. But maybe it should be. This is a fishing village with a difference. The difference is the food and the beaches. Both are incredible.
Of course, seafood is part and parcel of the Seahouse's experience. The Black Swan is situated at the South and of the harbour and is renowned for providing some of the best seafood in Northumbria. Cosy, with that all-important traditional fire, this is a place to enjoy traditional meals including some great seafood - and a wonderful selection of local ales.
But Seahorses has more to offer than the local pub. The accommodation in and around the town is nothing less than incredible. The self-catering cottages are perfect for a romantic weekend away. There can be very few more wonderful sighs than the views over the sea from a cosy traditional cottage. But Seahouses has more to offer than those incredible holiday cottages Seahouses is a place where memories are made.
Take a trip only miles away from Seahouses. You'll find beauty and wonder on islands that have David Attenborough's seal of approval. He said that it was his favourite place to visit in the U.K. as far as natural wonder was concerned. 23 Different varieties of birds and views for miles (puffins thrown in for free).
Finding accommodation, including holiday cottages - Seahouses delivers. Not only from the point of view of stunning natural attractions and great food fresh from the ocean but also a place that provides that wonderful sense of relaxation. It is the perfect antidote to a modern stress-filled life. Get there and recharge those mental and physical batteries.