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Matt - verified booking
"Absolutely nothing wrong with the cottage really and the location is great, specifically the access to the beach being just across the road. The fault is with the windows....whether open or closed they let in the same amount of noise and, being on the main street through town, constant noise of cars, etc during the day. This is bearable, but the pub across the road has karaoke night, music nights, etc which may as well be playing in the cottage until midnight. No chance of relaxing or sleeping. Every night there are youths skateboarding on the bandstand across the road, usually from midnight to 1.30am. This persistent noise has resulted in little sleep and, in all honestly, in need of a holiday!! The cottage is great however, though the downstairs bedroom smells very damp from the en-suite shower, and the town of Newbiggin itself is lovely....pick a different café each day! The big plus is the beach which is very expansive and, even with 7 days of sun, was frequently only with the 4 of us visiting it...a private beach. Sorry for the negatives, it's a quirky cottage that I wanted to pick up and put somewhere else, but if you want to sleep and unwind this is not the place for you."
Lisa - verified booking
"Really quirky little cottage but unfortunately it had a lot of negatives. Plenty of room for four people with two good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms, however the living space is tiny. Small microwave, absolutely no space to prepare food ( so much so that the toaster was in a cupboard!) And my absolute pet hate; two tumblers, two wine glasses, four spoons etc.By far the worst aspect of our stay was the noise. The windows are so ineffective that it sounds like they are permanently open. The pub across the road had karaoke till 12am, and we could hear every word as if we were in the same room. The cottage is on a corner and heavy lorries we’re driving past at speed all night. The gate where you can park you car, does not properly close, so not only is your car not secure but the gate bangs loudly every few minutes all night! I would advise that unless you are one of those rare people who can survive on two hours sleep, this cottage is not for you. We booked for three nights, but came home after one."
Aileen - verified booking
"The 'house' was not at all suitable for a dog as the living room was upstairs and dogs were not allowed upstairs.The downstairs bedroom had no windows so was dark and airless.The upstairs bedroom was too light. The blinds on the window were useless and there was a street lamp outside. The velux windows had blinds on them but it was impossible to reach them so they were uncovered all the time.There was no dishwasher which is fair enough but there was no draining board to put the washed items.With a wet dog and child, it would have been a good idea to come and go through the utility room but then the dog (and the rest of us) would have had to go through the downstairs bedroom (which was not allowed).I would not describe the house as 'end of terrace'. It was more like a garage conversion!It looked very modern and attractive inside but was really not very user friendly."
Linda - verified booking
"Ship Shape is a delightful cottage, small and upside-down but comfortable with all the equipment we needed. Clear instructions from the owner for arrival and friendly communications. Perfectly located for dog walks (and very clear on the beaches where to avoid in peak season), the pubs and eateries were friendly and the Co-Op across the road was super-convenient. We enjoyed Chinese and pizza takeaways. Great base for exploring the area too - we drove the coastal road up to Seahouses (a bit like Great Yarmouth but better rock pools!) and drove back via Alnwick (pronounced Annick if you're from the south like us!) catching sight of the Harry Potter castle. Short journey for a trip to the quayside in Newcastle; there really was nothing to complain about. Thank you; we'll be back."
Trina - verified booking
"I very spacious cottage that was well equipped for our stay. Personally we found the mattress too soft. And in the age of technology, wifi would have been a huge advantage. However, the beach was lovely and was only a few minutes walk. We took a stroll one evening and were amazed at the amount of jellyfish!! (We had never seen so many). There is a pele castle across the road from the house and whilst there we had a leaflet pushed through about archeologists doing survey work in the nearby areas surrounding the castle. (Very exciting). We had complimentary tea,coffee, milk and chocolate upon arrival, which was lovely, as well as bottles of water per person. It had the added bonus of stair gates which was fabulous when having twin two year olds."