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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lucyvc84 - verified booking
"S37502is just wonderful! The cottage itself is well presented and the owner Sean was very helpful before and during our booking. The kitchen had everything needed for a short stay, the beds were comfy and the living room was cosy with the fan heater fireplace. The large selection of books and DVDs were a bonus as were the welcome crisps and biscuits after a drive from London. The village is very small (the nearest shop is about 8 miles away) so come prepared for your stay where possible. The local pub opens in the evenings only, we popped in for a drink but no food is served here. The walk to Drakes Stone was a nice way to pass an hour or two and the views are lovely. We would highly recommend this cottage and would definitely visit again (maybe during summer when the rain will not lessen the chances of star gazing so much)."
Carl P - verified booking
"Brackenlea is the ideal country getaway. The town of Harbottle couldn't be more picturesque nestled in the foothills of the drakestone, within the borders of the national park. The cottage is excellently equipped with a treasure trove of information to keep even the most experienced of explorers busy, the OS explorer maps were great for finding the best trails. About a 20 minute drive from the cottage is Cragside (free for national trust members) a stunning example of a 19th century manor surrounded by some of the most stunning grounds I'd ever seen. Accompanied with a maze several lakes and cafe there's something there for everyone. All in all our stay at Brackenlea couldn't have been better and I would recommend it to everyone, I'll certainly be booking it again one day."
- Mr Honeyman, June 2018 - verified booking
"A good location and cottage for a quiet time. Included walking in village of Harbottle as well. The castle and Drakes Stone are must dos and there is a pub that doubles up as tourist centre, paper and coffee shop.. Easily placed for Hadrian's Wall, Keilder Water (National Park in general), Alnwick, Northumberland Coast, Lindisfarne, and Berwick upon Tweed. If a day is required in Scotland again easily positioned for this. The accommodation is excellent and enough space to prepare basic meals. The week we had was very warm with no rain at all. The landlady who lives in the main cottage was on had if need be and will supply you with some fruit/veg depending on what time of year you are staying. Very helpful all round."
Mr Knowles - verified booking
"Harbottle is a lovely, peaceful village set in beautiful countryside. The cottage of comfortable and cosy and has all necessary facilities. We investigated Harbottle castle ruins, wonderful views, and went on many great walks. The climb to Harbottle Crag and lake are really worthwhile as is a trip to Holy Well. Shopping requires a drive into Royston, but it's a charming town. There are many fine pubs serving meals in the locality. You're central to many places of interest or you can relax by the Coquet River surrounded by sheep. Also Harbottle has an odd little pub, only open in the evenings where you can enjoy a quiet drink and meet the locals. Best holiday for a long time."
- Mr Honeyman, June 2018 - verified booking
"Included walking in village of Harbottle as well. The castle and Drakes Stone are must dos and there is a pub that doubles up as tourist centre, paper and coffee shop.. Easily placed for Hadrian's Wall, Keilder Water (National Park in general), Alnwick, Northumberland Coast, Lindisfarne, and Berwick upon Tweed. If a day is required in Scotland again easily positioned for this. The accommodation is excellent and enough space to prepare basic meals. The week we had was very warm with no rain at all. The landlady who lives in the main cottage was on had if need be and will supply you with some fruit/veg depending on what time of year you are staying. Very helpful all round."