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una-marie - verified booking
"The positives:- lovely cottage, beautifully renovated with lots of lovely ornaments, pictures, mirrors and a well equipped kitchen. The log burner was a god-send because we didn't have great weather - once we had worked out how to light it. The bedding was gorgeous and there was lots of space for our clothes and luggage. There was plenty of crockery and cutlery and a nice big fridge. The negatives: - description on how to find it was incorrect. Described as a detached property - which threw us because that's what we were looking for. It is, in fact, attached to a house. - Overgrown hedge at the front make it very difficult to exit the drive on to a busy, busy road - although we got used to the noise from the road after the first night. - Not so the noise from the squeaky bed that my husband and I shared. It creaked and groaned EVERY time I turned over and I am a restless sleeper at the best of times so that was pretty miserable. - The main bedroom was described as having a king-size bed, which might have been true but the mattress was a regular double. This left a wide, and hazardous, gap which my elderly mother could not cope with. We had to stuff the gap with a spare duvet. - I was told the cottage was suitable for disabled guests which is just not true. My parents both need an aid to walk and whilst the rear entrance through the garden was preferable to the 2 steep steps at the front (which they would not have managed), the gravel and slab path was not easy for my mum to negotiate with her walking frame. The bathrooms are not disabled-friendly either. The lovely stand alone bath in my parent's en suite looked very elegant but was totally impracticable so they weren't able to use it. The loo had no hand rails to help a disabled user but, just as important, the loo seat was not properly fixed and swivelled. In fact, none of the loos in the cottage (3 of them) were great. The one in the small bathroom we used was so poorly situated that when sitting on it, knees and forehead were on the wall opposite - which was not too bad for us but then we are not disabled. - There were six dining chairs, which was handy because, being only four of us, it meant we had spares to replace the two when the backs came apart in our hands. - There were lots of cobwebs which, personally, I don't mind but I thought the very dead Christmas arrangement by the fireplace should have been removed as should the crumbs and detritus under the cushions on the sofa. - There was no welcome pack so we didn't know how any of the appliances worked - but, hey, we are not without some intelligence and we worked things out - except for the timer on the cooker but I feel that for the price we paid, we should not have had to. We also didn't know when the dustbins (which were nearly full) would be emptied, nor what the policy was on glass recycling. - The owner had given me two recommendations for eating out but one pub was up for sale and was only serving Sunday lunch and the other one was not remotely suitable for people with walking sticks/frames. However, we found the most fabulous restaurant, The Duke of Wellington, just a couple of miles away at Riding Mill but not until half-way through out stay. When we arrived Saturday afternoon, after a long drive, it would have been great to know that that was within a few minutes drive but my husband and I spent an hour checking out the 2 recommendations we had been given and then driving to Hexham to get a take-away from Waitrose. However, on balance, if the owner had spent less on 'dressing' the cottage and more on the two staples of comfort; good beds/mattresses and loos, it would be a first-class option for either a couple or a group of adult friends/family to spend a lovely, relaxing time. For me, the mezzanine balustrade would make it too risky for adventurous children. Oh, there is no pond by the way but there is a water butt up in the corner with a few goldfish in it."
KARA - verified booking
"Ideal place for me to stay. Loved the location, loved the building. Corbridge itself, and Northumberland in general, were both beautiful. I did a lot of walking locally and a lot of sightseeing further afield - Kielder Observatory, Alnwick Castle, Hadrian's Wall, and Farne Island boat trip all recommended days out. Co-op within easy walking distance of home for meals or snacks after a day out, and plenty of places to choose from for a night out.I could imagine that it would get very warm in The Stable in summer due to window size and location, but when I went (May/June) it was just right. The place seemed very quiet and private, I could sit and read in peace, and slept very well. As other reviews have said, the fan in the bathroom is extremely loud and stays on for a good 5-10 minutes after the light goes off, so take a torch instead of turning the light on if you need to pay a visit during the night.Kitchen was well equipped, didn't need to bring anything from home to cook or eat with. Washing up liquid, cloth, tea towels all provided, as was microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, iron, clothes airer, Hoover, and hair dryer in the bedroom too.The *only* thing that wasn't great was the WiFi. It worked better downstairs than upstairs, and dropped every minute or so, so it was possible to use the internet to search for information but not much more than that. If you need to be online, make sure you've got a large data allowance on your mobile phone instead.Other than that - and I went on holiday to get unplugged anyway so it wasn't really an issue for me - I was very happy with my choice of accommodation and would happily stay there again."
Marija - verified booking
"We very much enjoyed our stay at Felstream Cottage. It's a simple homely and honest place. Having two bathrooms was a great plus but wish there had been overhead showers instead of the hand held sprays in the bath. The location was superb as its only a mile or so from Hadrian's Wall and being in the Northumberland National Park meant the dark skies were awesome. The owners were very friendly and approachable. Being a working farm we had lambs and sheep on the land around us as well as a cute bunch of kittens when we were there!The cottage has everything you need. We used the fridge, freezer, cooker, hob, toaster, kettle. We bought food at the supermarket in Haltwhistle and ate in every night. We found the cottage to be very comfortable and a real home from home. Only downside is that the WiFi signal is very hit and miss but there is a strong free signal in the Twice Brewed Pub on the main road about 2 miles away.Overall we definitely recommend this cottage. It's an ideal place to 'get away' and we are likely to return in the future."
Julia - verified booking
"Excellent cottage owned by the lovely Michelle (we didn’t meet Robin). Spotlessly clean, everything worked as it should, soft towels and the best welcome basket ever. Not that we cooked (unless you count a baked potato one evening) but there were plenty of utensils, a very good oven with instructions, and sharp knives should you wish to stay in and cook. Cottage also had the most comfortable seating that we have ever encountered in a holiday cottage. Sitting relaxing in a recliner with feet up was bliss after a long day out and just like being at home but with no stress. Comfortable seating in conservatory also. Dining table in conservatory and it was chilly a couple of mornings but we put fan heater on for a few minutes each time which resolved problem. Ate out in the evenings in Corbridge or Hexham as no pub we liked the look of in close proximity to cottage, but no problem as easy drive to both. All in all a super cottage we would return to."
Heather - verified booking
"Hexham House is a hidden gem in central historic Hexham and offers superb accommodation right on the doorstep of all the major Northumbrian attractions. This apartment forms part of a very sympathetic renovation project and is beautifully light and spacious with everything you need for a self catering stay. Gorgeously comfortable bed, spacious living area and a practical bathroom coupled with wonderful views of the Abbey, bowling green and gardens beyond. Cam and Carrie and brilliant caretaker hosts and respond quickly to any requests both before and during your stay. On the doorstep and all walkable are major supermarkets including Tesco, Waitrose and M&S plus a bounty of restaurants and coffee house, both independent and high street names. Hexham itself is very friendly, catering to all types of visitor so it all feels very welcoming. There is no doubt that we will be back and are have no hesitation in recommending Hexham House (and apartment 5!)."