Seahouses is a popular fishing village that is built around its harbour. It sits on the Northumberland Coast, between the villages of Beadnell and Bamburgh.
In Seahouses you will find lots of small cottages and semi-detached houses, typical of a coastal town, as well as park homes, lodges and static caravans; perfect for holiday lets and second homes.
You will typically pay £279k for a four-bedroom house in Seahouses.
The Village has a population of 1,769, with a range of retired couples and younger families. Seahouses is a popular destination for holiday homes.
Seahouses has a primary and middle school. The nearest high school is the Duchess Community High School in Alnwick.
Shopping and Leisure
As a busy seaside town, local amenities include a Co-op as well as fresh seafood, a bakery and small gift shops.
For larger supermarkets and retail, residential travel to the market town of Alnwick.
Pubs and Restaurants
Seahouses has several fantastic fish and chip shops which are extremely popular with the locals as well as tourists.
If you are looking for a drink, there are a few pubs in Seahouses, including the Bamburgh Castle Inn. Takeaway options include both an Indian and Pizzeria.
Fine dining options can be found in the nearby village of Bamburgh, or the town of Alnwick.
Seahouses is also known as the ‘Gateway to the Farne Islands’, a must visit when living or visiting the Northumberland Coast. The Farne Islands is home to over 20 species of bird, and it is also a prime location for seal spotting.
There are lots of family activities on offer in and around Seahouses, including water sports, horse riding and crazy golf, as well as coastal hikes, beach walks and fishing.
Currently, there are no developments expected in this area, however, there is always a large demand for camping and caravan sites.
The easiest way to access Seahouses is by car. Seahouses is also on the Arriva x18 bus route from Newcastle to Berwick.
The nearest mainline train stations can be found at Alnmouth which is 30 minutes away, however, there is a small station at Chathill, five miles away, which has a more limited service.