Holiday Cottages In Alwinton To Rent
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This village is the starting point for the Border Ridge, where you can admire the landscapes of both England and Scotland at once. Alwinton is also known for offering access to top horse riding and mountain biking routes. If you want to enjoy the great outdoors on holiday, then this is a wonderful place to stay. There is also a Dark Sky Discovery Site here, making it perfect for stargazing.
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Croft House, Great Tosson, Morpeth
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Alwinton To Rent.
Nick - verified booking
"Great converted barn 20 minutes from Alnwick. Generally clean and tidy, comfy bed.The property is very rural, whilst everything is about a 20 minute drive away, it does mean a very quiet, restful location.Attention to detail is the biggest drawback of this cottage: dead flies on windowsills and only two tea bags. On the plus side, very clean linen, towels and a bottle of red wine on arrival.TV is a little on the small side for the space, but we were there to explore the area anyway, so not a problem for us. This property should not have been advertised with WiFi. We struggled to get any connection as it shares a BT Hub with an adjoining property and constantly kept dropping. Given the rural location we also struggled to get any 3/4G. So prepare to be off grid.Overall, a lovely little property, clean to an acceptable level and well positioned to explore a broad area. Particularly good if you want some time away with no internet access."
Mr Townsend - verified booking
"The central-heating thermostat is... guesswork, at best. No instructions, and it seems to keep on resetting itself every few hours. Not a massive inconvenience or hassle, but... not a smooth hassle-free experience either. For me personally, none of the sofas were overly comfortable - again, not a massive problem, but a constant niggle. And finally, if you (Sykes and/or the property owner) are going to make the renter get £100 in cash for the 'housekeeping bond', at least make the effort to collect it. Or just sack off the requirement completely. Either way. But making *such* a big deal about it (it's on every confirmation, and on the description page on Sykes) and then not bothering about it again just makes it feel like "Well, that was pointless and annoying"."
Jan - verified booking
"We stayed for 1 week, but could have easily stayed on for another with lots to do in the surrounding area. We were warmly welcomed by our hosts and then entertained by our animal companions via the linked cameras to the barn owls, feeders and pond. The house is a great base for exploring the Scottish borders, Otterburn Ranges, round to the Cheviots, and to Kielder Forest. It was a warm and cosy retreat on wetter days too - the kind of place you can feel very comfortable in.It does require a bit of forward planning to get provisions sorted, so remeber to pack the basics and stop off at one of at a good local butchers and other purvayors of locally produced food and you won't go wrong!"
Mrs Sinyard - verified booking
"This apartment is ideally placed to enjoy the lovely town of Rothbury - the riverside walks, dog friendly pubs and great little microbrewery, the cafes and and tea rooms. The apartment is spotlessly clean, warm and extremely comfortable. It was great to be able to enjoy a bath after a day's walking. The bright spacious dining kitchen was really nice and the beds very comfortable.A lovely drive over the moors takes you to Alnwick, with its castle, gardens and shops and a bit further gets you to the breathtaking Northumberland coastline. The owners of the apartment were very accessible and friendly, offering advice on where to eat or visit. We are looking forward to returning."
Tamsin - verified booking
"What a fabulous place!Outstanding views from the lounge and bedroom windows, loved to sit with a coffee in the morning and wake-up to the beautiful views of the garden, golf-course and mountains in the distance.I am fussy, but the whole apartment was spotless. Well equipped with quality furniture and fixtures.We'll definitely stay here again!Have a visit to Ingram Valley and the excellent cafe there serving quality food and drinks, lovely obliging owners. Wonderful photographs to be taken of the scenery at any time of the year!I would not usually book an apartment, but would not hesitate again. Simply perfect for us and our teenage daughters needing essential WiFi etc..."