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Andrea - verified booking
"I have to report that upon arrival, we found the property overheated - temperature around 25 degrees. Despite instructions not to touch heating controls, I had to change the individual control (in each room) back to a sensible temperature of around 18-19 deg and open doors/windows. Because it is underfloor heating, this takes a long time, according to the plumber who arrived to sort out another problem, around 2-3 days. Therefore for the first two nights, sleeping was difficult. One of the bedrooms only has a patio door which couldn't be left open for air......The toilet in the main bathroom constantly refilled so on day 3 the plumber arrived to fix. The wi-fi is provided via dongle. Unfortunately the owner has been using the wrong network (Three) and therefore it was unusable. I have mobiles on all networks and was able to prove a decent signal on EE, so the owner kindly purchased a new dongle on this network and thereafter wi-fi was satisfactory. Another negative is that the boiler is located outside, the other side of the main en-suite bedroom. My mother was woken on numerous occasions by this switching on and off during the night, apparently to maintain the water temperature. Eventually she moved to the twin room. Us ladies need a mirror and adjacent socket to do our hair - only the twin bedroom provided this facility. There was no dressing table in the other rooms so was obliged to use the shelf in the main bathroom for this purpose. The living/dining/kitchen area is a very pleasant room and the lodge's best feature. Water pressure at the lodge is excellent as were the showers/bath. The wood in which the property is situated is on a private estate south of the village of Chirnside. It is a very peaceful location, only farm vehicles can be heard. Because it is shaded by trees, there isn't much possibility of sun bathing here - the other lodge is the better option for this activity."
- B3570BBCheryl, August 2015 - verified booking
"A last minute booking which was so much more than we were expecting. Such good value for money. Lovely surprise of goodies when we arrived.. Very comfortable and well furnished. Included a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and wifi and lots of other useful things you wouldn't normally get in a rented cottage. Very near the beach and harbour. All amenities nearby, lots of nice walks and so much to see and enjoy. Car parking for one car and is a bit tight. The only downside was there was no private outside area and looking at Google Earth beforehand we thought the back was overlooking the sea when in fact it backs onto another building so there are no views at all. Still we made a cuppa and in a dozen paces we were at the beach enjoying the sea air and the vista."
A - verified booking
"We spent a lovely Easter week in Oak Lodge - gorgeous surroundings; excellent standard of accommodation and the weather was very kind to us. Very kind owner who seems to have thought of everything necessary to make her holiday home very comfortable and welcoming, including coffee (real), tea, bread, milk and biccies already there for our arrival. The only downside we found was that the under floor heating system was a little too warm for us. We'd definitely stay here again - its in a small but very friendly village which is central for days out to lots of different places (seaside; countryside; castles; Holy Island) - highly recommended accommodation. Thank you."
Andrew - verified booking
"We stayed for one week in hawthorn cottage, Paxton and where pleasantly surprised when we arrived. The cottage is one of three in a quiet setting just outside Paxton village one and half miles over the Scottish border and just five miles from Berwick upon Tweed. The cottage has all the equipment you will need and to top it off a open fire which we lit most evenings and sat in front of with a glass of wine. The cottage has two bedrooms one double and two single beds and a lovely garden to sit in. Diane who looks after the cottage is lovely, nothing was too much trouble if you needed anything. A very relaxing stay in a lovely cottage, what more could you want!"
Jim - verified booking
"Comfortable and well-equipped cottage on the side of a quiet road, just outside Paxton. We were, however, glad we'd taken a digital radio as reception on the FM radio provided was very poor.Paxton has a pub with good beer but only average food. The village has no shop, for which you need to go to Berwick (5km).Surrounding countryside is pleasant, but unspectacular although with some good views. The quiet roads make it excellent for cycling but walkers would probably want to try further afield - such as the coast path near Eyemouth and St. Abbs Head."