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- Richard764, November 2013 - verified booking
"On arrival the property was cleaned and furnished to a 5* standard everything was immaculate the oven was so clean it looked brand new! The owners had gone out of there way to make sure we had a warm welcome by leaving us gifts of fresh flowers, wine, coffee etc, soap and they even provide a pay as you go mobile phone for guests to top up and use as not all networks work out there, my T mobile was fine but my husbands O2 wouldn't work but this wasn't a problem. The property also has wi-fi. We have spent the last 13 years looking for a perfect holiday property to suit both my husband and i and also our 13 yr old dog. Hartam house ticked all the boxes and more! Unlike a lot of dog friendly property's you are not hit with rules and regulations of what your dog can and can't do making you feel like your dog isn't welcome. This is the perfect property for dog owners and walkers the property is surrounded by walks so our dog hardly needed to be on a lead. There is a walk starting from the end of the garden (approx half a mile long) which takes you directly to Kielder waters where you can walk 26 miles around the lake. Or you can spend the day relaxing in the property in front of the log fire! My review is mainly aimed at other dog owners but in the visitors book inside the property it is filled with nothing but amazing reviews a lot of them with children so it is a property that would also suit family's. We are so in love with the property and surroundings that the day we got home we booked to come back again and hope to have many more holidays here."
- Mr Weedon, August 2016 - verified booking
"Our stay in Hartam House was a fabulous one for us the location was brilliant as we love to walk and averaged around 7/8 miles a day only twice having to use the car ( 1 to the Lewisburn walk & 2 the visit The College Valley near Wooler)to achieve this as there were loads of walks right from the door , our 2 Chocolate Labradors were in their element with having the little burn in the garden and lots of enclosed space to sniff . We met the owner Paul when he came to mow the lawn and he was a really nice chatty man making sure everything was ok with our stay and very helpful with the local area, it was our wedding anniversary on the 28th August and he left us a Bottle of Champagne, Chocolates and a card which was really thoughtful and made our day. The cottage itself was very clean and comfortable especially the beds , there was 4 of us + 2 Dogs that stayed for 10 days and we felt it would of been a bit cramped with the full occupancy of 6 , the kitchen was well stocked with a variety of utensils and enough to be able to cook full meals if you wanted to although the knives could do with being a bit sharper (our only little complaint ) and the kitchen appliances were very user friendly (but a full range of instructions available in a large file). we also met some of the neighbours while we were there and they were very friendly and chatty telling us about the local area also. All in all we had a fabulous time and the weather was quite kind to us although a little bit of drizzle one day didn't keep us in and we didn't want to leave ."
- McGuinness574, December 2014 - verified booking
"We stayed from Saturday 29th November until Tuesday 2nd December. Beautiful cottage. Extremely well equipped. All fixtures and fittings of the highest quality. It was spotlessly clean on arrival. The owners had left us an Anniversary card and Thornton's chocolates which was really nice and thoughtful. There were also bottles of wine for us to enjoy and a pint of fresh milk in the fridge along with sachets of tea/coffee and sugar. The log fire was simply lovely and an absolute delight to watch instead of the television. There were a lot of books, magazines and dvd's on hand too which again was a very nice touch. On our first night we heard a tawny owl hooting away. The night sky was clear and it was amazing how the stars looked big and so close. The owner had recently bought a telescope and had left it for guests to use. There was also a pair of binoculars - again all nice touches. Sheep grazed right next to the garden fence. The tea room in the village of Falstone - a couple of minutes walk away - do a lovely full breakfast (other meals on the menu too) - even dogs are allowed in which our dog, Stella, loved being fussed over by the other customers. The Kielder dam was a delightful walk away accessed from the rear of the garden. There was a car rally in full swing on the Sunday and one of the drivers had an accident so we witnessed the air ambulance landing to pick him up. We will certainly be back to this cottage in the near future and will recommend it to everyone we know!"
Mrs Gatliffe - verified booking
"When I booked this property I was under the impression that it was it was in an isolated position, as suggested by the photograph. However, it was, in fact surrounded by other properties, some actually overlooking the house. Don't get me wrong, the area was a quiet one, and the people we met there were lovely; it was, though, not what we were looking for. If we had been made aware that the house was in such a situation we would not have booked it. The house itself was first class. It was beautifully decorated, very well equipped and had a lovely garden. The owner, Paul, was a very polite and attentive host, without actually bothering us. It is, in fact, probably the nicest property that we've stayed in. We did have a nice time, however, were initially disappointed with the location, and felt that we had been misled. Also, although the house is dog friendly, they are not allowed upstairs."
Jo - verified booking
"The house is very comfortable, warm and welcoming with a nice arrival package of all the basics. Everywhere was spotlessly clean and the house has one of the best equipped kitchens we have ever used! There was plenty of room for both sitting relaxing and for eating. The garden is huge and quite private, although it's worth noting that you can only access it through the house or through someone else's garden. We just used the house access but if you are coming home with wet dirty dogs, bear this in mind! Parking is on the road outside the house but we never had trouble getting a space. The village itself is quiet and doesn't have much in the way of facilities although it does have three pubs and an Indian takeaway, which was very nice. The extensive facilities of Hexham are a very short drive away though. Overall a really great base to see the sights of the area."