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Jan - verified booking
"There are other cottages on site but this review is just for Piglet cottage which we occupied for 7 days from 8th September 2018.The owner was only onsite on Saturdays so unable to correct faults.Because of small windows downstairs the atmosphere was claustrophobic in the lounge and you needed lights on when it was overcast, the windows cannot be opened or closed unless you stand on a chair as the sill is so deep.The 2off two seater settees were particularly uncomfortable especially the leather one which had a slippery covering so unable to get comfortable and continuously trying to sit upright as you sliped down. Was unable to sit in them for more than an hour and ended up going to a nice bed to get comfortable. The shower door has dropped due to wear so unable to close it by pulling the door closed. Managed to get the door closed by pushing the right hand side top corner towards the wall. Took 2 days to figure out this solution. The problem is that there is a pivot on a black plastic block in the top right hand corner that needs replacement as it or the receiving piece is worn hence door has dropped.The TV sound card needs replacing as the TV continuously buzzed which spoiled viewing. As the owner was not onsite until Saturdays went without favourite evening programmes.The central heating/hot water boiler is inside the cottage and disturbs the tranquillity of the cottage as the noise level is excessive. Could also hear the next door boiler.The king size bed was very comfortable with more than adequate wardrobe and cupboard space. The upstairs single bedrooms are suitable only for children as adults will hit their head on the steeply sloping roof.Had to exchange a blown light bulb when we arrived but there are no spares available so used one from an area not being used. This lack of attention to detail is not reflected in the cleanliness of the cottage.No towels are supplied so come prepared but the welcome chocolates were well choosen.The cottage is central for the Roman sites,Alnwick and Lindesfarne. Berwick is about 1.5 hours away as is the Beamish museum which is a must see. Corbridge is lovely with a proper bakery/patisserie see Grants bakery website. Also has a wonderful fruit and vegetable shop. The supermarket is Co-op and not worth the visit as choice is poor so stock up else where.Jan Scott"
Laura - verified booking
"We was expecting a nice quiet week, walking our dogs (as it's located in the forest). It was not as expected. The house is located on the owners land as described, what they don't tell you, next to the house is their mothers, and very close by is the owners house. It's very on top of each other, which made it very uncomfortable to relax. The door leading into the living room has a big window with no curtain, felt too open. The thermostat kept changing to different programmes which made the house too hot all the time, even at night.Regarding the dogs, they were welcome in the property, however not outside, there was no enclosed area to let the dogs out of the house, which could have easily been accommodated by putting a gate on The courtyard and maybe knocking part of the wall out to have a little garden area, it was filled with junk doing nothing. The dogs weren't allowed upstairs in the bedroom with you, which is ridiculous, dogs are generally uncomfortable in a strange house. There are no decent walks through the forest, all road walks, unless you are willing to drive. To drive places it would take a lot of fuel just to get down the single track lane, used quarter of a tank one way. It is not dog friendly or walker friendly. Only go if you don't want to do anything except stay in the house.We felt that uncomfortable we didn't even spend 24 hours there. We was not forewarned that they were having forestry works in the area, which limited walks even more, We probably wouldn't of booked. We maybe could have stayed a few extra days if there wasn't limitations where we could have walked from the property. Definitely not a week. 100% wouldn't recommend to dog owners and walkers."
MICHAEL - verified booking
"A short notice 4 night mid week stay at the Bothy turned out to be a great choice for me. Though remote the drive up is not difficult and even after a good nights rain the last 400 metres or so caused no problems. I could imagine later winter months with snow it could be arduous.I was met on arrival and given a short informative tour. There was a welcome tray consisting coffee, tea, chochy biscuits, along with milk, eggs and a bottle of Prosecco in the fridge. Upon a closer look around the place was well catered for with modern appliances, along with books, cd's, dvd's, and play equipment for the younger ones. Almost a home from home.Mobile phone can be a bit hit and miss but the Wi-Fi is ok, Some Freeview channels can be a Hmmn, mainly the ITV ones. Having two small dogs the area gave me the ability to walk them for miles in numerous directions. They didn't complain.I enjoyed my time and given the opportunity would do it again. While not all who would prefer this type of restful, peaceful style of break for those who would i would recommend The Bothy, it's a bit of a GEM.* Do ensure to take a supply of foodstuff with you if you do not want to move off sight. A twenty mile plus round trip may not be to your liking.*"
RACHEL - verified booking
"The cottage has neighbours that it shares a garden with. The neighbours were constantly outside as they were refurbishing their building so there was little privacy, and lots of background noise. Each room had cobwebs and we had to dispose of multiple house-spiders over our two night stay.There is only a baby belling oven in the cottage and when we tried to use the oven to heat food the whole cottage was filled with smoke from the oven. There is no door on the kitchen to stop the smell of cooking/ smoke from the oven from filling the main part of the cottage, and the extractor fan sounded with a high pitched squeal when used and started to struggle to extract at all.I booked this cottage as I thought it would be nice to sit in the conservatory and look at the stars after the sun went down. The streetlight right opposite to the conservatory put pay to any thoughts of that happening. I was very disappointed by my experience at Hopesley cottage."
Jemma - verified booking
"Ivy Cottage is a lovely house with a "wildlife garden". It was lovely to see all the birds and hear them twittering each day. The owner is very nice and helpful but I feel we were mislead when we booked as I always ask for a pub and shop nearby. The shop sells nothing but papers, out of date milk, bread a few tins and masses of second hand books. I would recommend driving a few miles to the Boat Inn on Kielder Water for a good meal and decent beer as we found the Anglers nearby to be unwelcoming and dismal the three times we used it. A little dog runs about the place, jumping on the seats, is allowed behind the bar and I presume also in the kitchen!!! The three "real ales" we tried were not good and we settled for the cider. The surrounding area however is outstanding and if you like walking or cycling, this is the place to go."