No.10, Beehive Cottages is a small and compact 17th Century, Fishermans cottage which has been renovated for modern living.

It is thought that it may have been 'The Dolphin' ale house and may well have been involved with the active smuggling trade that Goldhanger was renowned for. So much so the village had its own coastguard. Three half crown coins were found hidden under the fireplace during the renovation. 

Goldhanger is a sought after conservation village and Beehive Cottages benefit from being in Fish Street where it is only a short walk (5 mins) to the Blackwater Estuary. This area is especially known for over wintering geese and the large variety of wading birds who feed from the rich habitats including Saltmarsh. 

The cottage is a family run business attached to the owners property; No10 is completely separate with its own enclosed garden & access. Visitors can expect an uninterrupted stay however Catherine & Adrian are on hand should you require assistance. 

The owners have a young very friendly Golden Retriever, aptly called 'Bumble', who will not have access to No10 unless invited.