The Lookout is a luxury, three-storey property in Embleton. With six bedrooms, all either a double or zip/link, and all with an en-suite or access to a bathroom, it sleeps twelve people comfortably. There is also a second floor shower room, ground floor basin and WC, kitchen with dining area, first floor utility, sitting room with open fire, first floor sitting room with woodburner and a Grade II listed watch tower. Outside, there is roadside parking, a raised deck area, front patio with fire pit, and wonderful sea views. The Lookout is a fantastic luxury base for any special occasion.
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Whether it's climbing in the Lake District or a quiet ramble in the Yorkshire Dales the North of England boasts some fabulous countryside and coasts, as well as historically fascinating places like York, Durham and Harrogate, and of course Hadrian's Wall. Stunning castles and great pubs too.