St. Coombs Farmhouse
Self Catering

St. Coombs Farmhouse

A detached farmhouse on the incredible Holy Island, perfect for get togethers – dogs and children welcome.
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Sandham Loaning, Holy Island, TD15 2SF

A large traditional detached farmhouse situated on Holy Island on the North Northumberland coastline, St. Coombs Farmhouse is a holiday home with a difference. The tide cuts the island off twice a day from the mainland, and when the tide recedes it reveals the causeway which takes you to and from this ethereal island.

Step outside the front door and you are greeted with an incredible view of Lindisfarne Castle in and the sea in the distance. This fantastic traditional property is part of the Original Cottages collection, which offers a superb choice of holiday homes up and down the UK.

Sleeping up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms, the house has a fully equipped kitchen with oven AGA and all the amenities, a dining room for those evenings eating in, a comfortable lounge and conservatory. There are two bedrooms with king size double beds, one with its own ensuite. The third bedroom can either be made up as a king size double, or twin beds, depending on what is best for your party.

For those colder or wetter days, the lounge is the perfect place to relax – with its flat screen TV, cozy log burning open fire, and a selection of reading material and games. The conservatory also has its own telescope which is fantastic for taking in the dark skies experience. Outside, there is a table, chairs and barbecue for alfresco dining in the South West facing garden.

When visiting Holy Island or staying at St. Coombs Farmhouse, please consult the tide times for safe crossing times.

As part of the Original Cottages Family, we know how important it is for you to get your holiday just right. This is why our properties are looked after by locals who know these places like their own back gardens. Because often, that’s what they are. Original Cottages has over 5,800 properties all over the UK with over 350 in Northumberland.