Skylark Studios

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  • #Cabin
  • #Eco
  • #Costal
  • #Sea Side
  • #Romantic
  • #Rural
  • #Adult
  • #Wifi

£195.00 up to £310.00 Per night as of 06/12/2023

BOHO CABIN IN NORTHUMBERLAND - Skylark Studio is a cool studio, overlooking a gorgeous stretch of Northumberland coastline. Natural materials, plenty of plants and floor-to-ceiling windows, give outdoor living vibes while the underfloor heating and wood-burner are on hand to keep you cosy! Available for Christmas breaks - you can go for refreshing walks along stunning beaches are visit the castles in Alnwick and Bamburgh while they're decked out for Christmas! Sleeps 2 🛏️ Green Stay 🌿

The highlights
This contemporary, open-plan studio is part of a converted stone and timber barn, built using natural and sustainable materials and heated using an eco-friendly air source heat pump.
Floor-to-ceiling windows along two sides help you make the most of the stunning views over the countryside and out to the sea at Alnmouth Bay.
Stay cosy with underfloor heating throughout and snuggle up in front of the log burning stove in the evenings.
There’s plenty of exploring to be done in the area, from long walks and bike rides along the coast to visiting the castles at Alnwick and Warkworth to day trips up to Edinburgh.

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