B and Bs in Seahouses

St Cuthberts House
192 Main Street
North Sunderland


NE68 7UB

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Welcome to St Cuthbert's House - a truly unique place to stay, in the heart of the beautiful and historic Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. St Cuthbert's House is a former Presbyterian church building, built in 1810. It's in the quiet hamlet of North Sunderland, adjacent to the popular village of Seahouses, on the Northumberland coast. We're just a few minutes walk from the harbour.

We've renovated this historic former church, to create a luxurious and beautifully designed house for up to twelve people. It‚' a Grade II 'listed building', with its charm and history preserved - but the renovation has enabled us to incorporate some luxurious touches into the six ensuite bedrooms, and the beautiful, functional living spaces. The house is so much more than simply a place to stay; it's a place to inspire and stir you, and to provide a memorable experience of hospitality.

Jill's fantastic breakfasts are legendary and will set you up for the longest of days. They can be enjoyed with a clear conscience too - they're even healthy‚ as we never fry anything, and we use only the very best locally sourced food.

We are a Non-Smoking property. We regret that we cannot have your pets to stay. We can accommodate children over 12 years of age. Check-In time: 15:00 Check-Out time: 10:00.

If you would like to stay in a specific room, then please tell us, by making a note with your booking - and we will do our best to grant your request! However, your specific choice of room cannot be guaranteed.

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