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About Haltwhistle

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  1. Christopher

    Verified purchase

    "Stayed at the cottage for 4 days early April.The cottage itself is at the end of a long rough track in the middle of farmland; Google Maps frequently said no route found, but just follow the small Tows Bank signs downhill and persevere with it. Street view helped, then add a flag and save the location yourself.Once at the cottage, the location and view is breathtaking; the cottage is perched 3/4 of the way up a deep valley side, with complete views across the valley to the other side, an open vista that goes on for miles and miles.The cottage is actually part of a complex of farm buildings and is sited in the middle of a small holding for sheep & chickens, run by a really friendly farmer, with the freshest possible eggs for £2.50 for a dozen. They are obviously free range, as the chickens roam around the parking area and the yard directly in front of the cottage, and often we had to get the children to herd them out of the way of the cars when we were setting off and returning. Being April, there was an abundance of very small lambs running around in the close by fields, visible through the windows.The driveway at the side of the cottage is narrow, but it was long enough to get two large family estates onto it. Getting out is tricky without beaching the car onto the mud slope, but with just a modicum of scrabbling and dash lights flashing, both cars managed fine.Once inside the cottage, all six of us were very impressed; it has a great cosy but nicely modernised feel to it, and we all relaxed with a coffee and biscuits straight away.Downstairs through the front door there is a porch area for removing boots and coats, hanging up dog leads, drying umbrellas etc.This leads into a hallway which connects the lounge, shower room and kitchen.The lounge is very spacious with comfy seating for seven, a TV, DVD, WiFi box and a solid fuel stove. Feels freshly renovated; still fluff coming out of new carpet. The chimney may need looking at; even with the damper open, a lot of wood and coal smoke kept coming back into the room.The kitchen is easily big enough for the six of us, but if your group is the full seven, there is no seat at the table. The kitchen kit and cupboards has a new feel to it, helped by a modern electric cooker and electric hob plus microwave and fridge freezer. The freezer is only small though. There is also a solid fuel stove, but we didn't use it. Couple of things to note are the extractor fan does not extract outside, so only has a limited effect to remove steam from pans, and there are no cupboards available to put food but plenty of room in the fridge and on the window sills.The shower room downstairs feels brand new; lovely fitted shower cubicle with lashings of hot water, new white ware, heated towel rail. Well finished off too.Upstairs, the layout for sleeping worked fine for us, two adults in a large main double room, two adults in a smaller double room and two children in a room that has bunk beds and a single bed. The children ran some sort of rotation system for who was in top bunk or the single bed.Most rooms are beautifully decorated; only pointer about the bedrooms is that the smaller double is looking a bit tired and could do with redecorating, although from the look of the other bedrooms, this room is the last on the list.There was also a bathroom upstairs, with a shower off the bath taps that clips in higher up the wall. The children were banished from this one, as there is no screen for the shower.Overall, we decided the cottage was 8 out of 10; very cosy, well heated with central heating, spacious enough for two children plus they played in the yard with wellies on quite a bit once the rain had stopped. There is ample stuff to do around and about; as ever, TripAdvisor, Google, whatever your choice will provide things to see and do and places to go.Only a handful of things stop it being a 10; no back garden for the little ones was our main issue; a group of all adults would be fine. The second double bedroom is not up to muster and the chimney/ stove in the front room needs a good coat of looking at. Also, the kitchen was constantly steamy, as the extractor fan doesn't extract steam."
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  2. stevejH8091PS

    Verified purchase

    "ery homely and well-equipped house with Microwave, Cooker, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD player and HiFi. Comfortable lounge ideal for unwinding in the evening. Separate dining room and everything was very well presented. We were only the second people to rent it out, in August 2017 school holidays at approx. £500 a week it represented good value compared to B&B. Good size bedrooms with ample storage, comfortable beds and a VERY QUIET neighborhood leading to a peaceful night's rest. Downstairs there is a bathroom with Good electric shower and on-demand hot water for lots of baths! Nice sheltered garden although we did not use that nor the garage which is also included. Friendly approachable owners should you need to contact them. Lots of useful information provided in the house on local attractions, amenities ets. Note: Horse Riding: I thoroughly recommend Sinderhope Pony Treking Centre. 2.5 hour canter across the moors for experienced riders is awesome , and it is beautiful drive to the stables from Haltwhistle (approx. 30 mins). Location: Despite the quiet location It really is only 5 minutes walk to the supermarket, or the bustling high-street with lots of interesting shops, and literally only a couple of minutes round the corner from a nice park with swings etc for the kids. It is also ideally suited to accessing Hadrian’s wall, and should you want to visit Hexham (nice town with an interesting Cathedral incl Saxon Crypt) or Carlisle. There is a train station in haltwhistle and a good bus service if you prefer not to drive. Cons: The ONLY slight downside with the property is the very Steep driveway which is not suitable for wheel chair users and may pose issues for others with mobility issues. Would we use again? Definitively if visiting this area in the future I would have NO hesitation in doing so, especially outside of school holidays :-) . Summary: It was a lovely relaxing week and a smashing place to come back to at the end of the day"
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  3. - Manfred B, October 2017

    Verified purchase

    "Before we travelled to Haltwhistle the Owners forwarded an E-mail, attaching a comprehensive information pack so that we would enjoy “S82934”. After we arrived in Haltwhistle we received a very warm welcome from the Owners, who had left milk in the fridge and shortbread biscuits to enjoy with tea or coffee. S82934 was well equipped not only with all present-day facilities such as cooker, fridge, washing machine, TV, etc. but also provided everyday items such as bed sheets, towels, soap dispensers, toilet paper, kitchen towels, etc. No need to bring anything! S82934 has a comfortable lounge and a separate dining room and one bedroom with double bed and one bedroom with twin beds and en-suite toilet/washbasin and a bathroom downstairs. There is a nice Garden at the back, a Garage and a somewhat steep drive to park the car! The Owners have left a host of information at S82934 which comes in handy to make best use of the amenities offered in Haltwhistle or to explore the Tourist Attractions in the Area. S82934 is conveniently located as it is in easy walking distance to the Town Centre or Sainsburys Store and it is ideally placed for the many Tourist Attractions that Northumberland has to offer, with Hadrian’s Wall a short travelling distance away. Maureen and Brian, the Owners, live in Haltwhistle and are easy to get hold of if there is a need to do so! We would have no hesitation to return to S82934 or to recommend it to family members or friends."
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  4. Kay

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was lovely, but I had to go in and Hoover and polish, empty the fire and rinse the bath out! (The bath water was a very yellow colour) their was long dark hair in the master bedroom, none of my family are dark, so wasn't from us! I dont except to pay hundreds for a holiday to then go in and have to clean up on the first day! The bed in the master bedroom was very unfomy! The slats are not attach underneath so fall through constantly, i tryed to put them back on but cut my finger in the process. Their was a broken table in the living room, which was just balancing with a broken leg, lucky my husband noticed as it was sharp, the blankets in the living room absoulty stunk of dogs, I had to wash them all befor my children touched them. The blind that I assume was ment to be up in the kitchen was just rolled up and balancing over the top of the fire place in the kitchen leaving the cord just hanging down, the other blinds just had their cords hanging down aswell (very dangerous when you have children!) Theirs very little cupboard space and the kitchen table was very wobblerly (my husband had to tighten it all up) the track leading down to the cottage is very uneven and bumpy, please go very slowly or you may damage your car. On a plus side the views are beautiful and the farmer and the chickens are very friendly. Lots of nice walks near by."
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  5. clare

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely week spent with friends in an even lovelier cottage. Glen Garth is a really nice , we'll equipped cosy cottage. On arrival we were greeted by the owners niece who was extremely friendly and helpful. The cottage has a well equipped kitchen , dining room , gorgeous cosy lounge and three good size bedrooms, with comfy beds and crisp white bedding The garden has far reaching views across the valley. It's in such a quiet peaceful area it was lovely to sit out in the sun and enjoy the views. We even sat out one night to do some star gazing. The owner of the cottage Judith called down a couple of times to check we were all okay , she also gave us tips and ideas on where to visit and where to go to eat and drink. We had some great chats but this was not intrusive at all. There are a number of great walks minutes away from the cottage we walked to poltress burn milecastle , we also did a seven mile circular walk to Birdoswald Roman fort then walked back along Hadrian's walk back to Glen Garth. We would definitely stay again . Fantastic place in a beautiful setting ,if you want a peaceful, relaxing holiday this is the place for you. Corbridge and Hexham nearby are lovely , Hexham old town jail and Hexham Abbey are well worth a visit . Thankyou , from the girls from Leeds ."
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