The Sewing Room in Alnmouth is part of a beautifully restored Georgian Grade II listed building, which was originally a carriage shed for the main house, accessed via the cobbled alley. In more recent years the outbuildings were converted to form The Sewing Room – a writers’ hideaway, where a famous local crime writer composed some well-known novels.
This gorgeous holiday cottage in Alnmouth has been lovingly renovated to create an idyllic retreat, nestled in a secluded courtyard offering a relaxing hidden bolthole, positioned to the rear of the main street. Internally, original features have been retained, including internal beams and timbers, and external original stonework. The sympathetically designed interior has a light, contemporary coastal styling in keeping with the architecture. The open-plan living space creates a homely, sociable vibe.
The Sewing Room is just a stones throw from the beach, where you can explore seven miles of golden sands. The quaint, friendly fishing village boasts an excellent art gallery (which also hosts different types of local ‘street food’ throughout the season), several cafes, a delicious deli and three pubs, all with restaurants, and Alnmouth village is home to the ‘oldest 9 hole golf course in England’.
The Sewing Room sleeps up to four guests and is ideal for a couple, two couples holidaying together, or a small family. Pet friendly too.
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