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"The house was beautifully furnished to a very high standard. Very clean when we arrived and a bottle of wine from the owner was a welcome touch. As it was our first time in Northumberland we did a lot of sightseeing and it was so nice to return to such a lovely house after a fair bit of driving. It’s location of being a 100 metres or so from the promenade was lovely and we walked there at some point every day. You also have a view of the sea from the lounge albeit between the detached houses opposite. The owners were very helpful and were keen to ensure we were satisfied with the property.Whilst Newbiggin itself leaves a little to be desired we found it to be a nice base from which to operate to see Northumberland although being in the very south it does mean a bit of driving to explore many parts. This in no way detracted from the place as the coastal routes north from there are a pleasure to drive. Whilst we did not try too many eateries in Newbiggin we would recommend the Italian restaurant “Due Fretalli” in Newbiggin as very good and excellent value and we ate there twice.We visited Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Roman Vindolanda and the Roman army museum at Hadrian’s Wall, Lindisfarne and Banburgh Castle and Kielder Water and Forest amongst other places and really enjoyed them all. Whilst we had some rain overall the weather was kind which allowed us to appreciate the beauty of Northumberland.There are so many places to visit and we will undoubtedly return and would love to stay at this lovely house again."
Samantha - verified booking
"Graeg Neuk was a lovely place to stay.OVER All: The holiday let was freshly decorated and had everything and more that we could ever need.Decor: Really lovely. You could tell the owner put time and thought into this house.Living room: Big and comfortable with television.Dining room: Great and also had 2 large comfy chairs for watching television or listening to music. This became our 'go to' room.Kitchen: Fantastic. Everything I might need from good pans to white goods and all in great condition! So refreshing to find this.Equipment: We had a bit of trouble trying to turn the heating system off at the times we didn't need it. Also, we'd like to see the actual bath/shower freshened up a bit. Bathroom was fine.Cleanliness: Very clean.Location: Newbiggin-by-the-Sea. Perfect. The cottage was on a quiet street, Just a short walk from the beach front. Near shops and restaurants. We never had to drive more than 30 minutes to get to lovely Northumberland highlights for a day out. There's so much to see.We'd definitely recommend and we'll return some time."
Aileen - verified booking
"The 'house' was not at all suitable for a dog as the living room was upstairs and dogs were not allowed upstairs.The downstairs bedroom had no windows so was dark and airless.The upstairs bedroom was too light. The blinds on the window were useless and there was a street lamp outside. The velux windows had blinds on them but it was impossible to reach them so they were uncovered all the time.There was no dishwasher which is fair enough but there was no draining board to put the washed items.With a wet dog and child, it would have been a good idea to come and go through the utility room but then the dog (and the rest of us) would have had to go through the downstairs bedroom (which was not allowed).I would not describe the house as 'end of terrace'. It was more like a garage conversion!It looked very modern and attractive inside but was really not very user friendly."
- A FlipKey verified reviewer, January 2014 - verified booking
"We had an autumn holiday in this warm and welcoming cottage. The facilties are as presented in the book description and the host are welcoming and friendly. The cottage is ideally located for country and coast vists. There are good National Trust properties in the area which are well worth making time for. Linidsfarne is worth the day and the coastal paths around here make for good walking. The one thing we failed on was to find Northumberlandia. Locals we asked (inclduing a tour guides) each gave a different location, some very far off the mark! The best (and most accurate) information we got was foiled by road works so that is one place left ot visit and maybe by next time there will be some signage in place to help."
Amanda - verified booking
"Fantastic tardis property. From the outside looks like a garage but once inside the property is a vast, comfortable, well equipped cottage with lots of light. This is the first time I have holidayed like this. It was easily big enough for a family of 4. The only negative point was there was no outside area attached to the property for our dog to go out, so all toilet needs had to be done attached to a lead walking along the beach. Not ideal at midnight or 7 am. We weren't able to park outside the property either as a neighbour (white van man) parked outside before we got back every day and then made a racket when he left every morning about 6 am."