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David - verified booking
"Very disappointing. The owners seemed not to care. As requested we phoned the owners in the week before our arrival to say that although we were booked from the friday we would not in fact arrive until the saturday. They said that they would be away on saturday at a wedding in Scotland but would make sure that "someone" would be on site to welcome us, show us around, and deal with any issues. Nobody was there. We saw the owners once just before we left at the end of our stay. The hot water ran out after 24 hours. We discovered that the hot-water heater had been turned off. The kitchen was minimally equipped. For example there was no frying pan, and barely sufficient crockery for six. There was a bbq (as advertised) but it lacked a gas tank. The clothes drier seemed not to work and there was no operators manual. Several light sockets lacked a bulb, the tv connection was faulty (I fixed it), the heating was difficult to figure out and control, There was no explanation of how the power remotely controlled gates worked. The resident dogs regularly used the back lawn as a toilet (good job there were no children in our party). The comments in the guest book mentioned many of these same issues, which suggests that the owners should have been aware of these deficiencies but didn't do anything about them.The rent was increased for that week, it being the UK half-term, which made the deficiencies harder to accept.It's a pity. The location is excellent, and the rural ambiance is delightful."
- Mr Aldington, October 2016 - verified booking
"Wonderful place and superbly appointed. Owner (lives on-site next door) is supremely helpful but in no way interfering. Excellent location to tour east (not far - Newcastle then the sea..), west (Cumbria and the rest of Hadrian's Wall beckons), north (the main draw - all the stunning Northumbrian beaches and castles) and south (into North Yorkshire pet). Lovely Welcome pack on arrival - so a cuppa on arrival after a long journey is oh so gratefully received. Note that the master bedroom's en-suite actually has a wonderful large walk-in deluge shower - not mentioned by the owners or on the website (but it should be!). The whole place is perfectly accessible as is on one level - but there is a step into the front door or a much smaller step via the French Windows into the master bedroom (once you are in and have got the key..). Lovely little village with a nice pub (Lion and lamb) that serves really nice food. Note Horsley now only has a single pub as the other has recently closed. There is no local village shop, so Heddon-on-the-Wall (about 3 miles) for papers, milk and fuel etc. Corbridge (7 miles) is a lovely little town which we love and there are restaurants and cafes aplenty."
Alan - verified booking
"The Claret jug was very good, good food & serviceThe lodge lovelyHotel and lodge staff wonderfulFacilities great Kids had a wonderful time Over all a cracking stayWe would love to stay again however :One area which needs serious attention !!!The main restaurant was appalling Very understaffed No service what so ever, not even the basics.they pointed to the table that we had been allocated no one showed us to the table. We weren't asked if we would like a drink until we asked,we had to ask for menus, our drinks came after we finished our starters. The table next to us got there drinks after they finished there main courses,food was very average ( wedding food ) The bill was wrong, we questioned what the wrong items where but all the items were for items on previous menus, so we paid anyway as they couldn't itemise it all. The staff were laughing between themselves when we left. No one even said thanks or goodbye !!!No Management in sight !!!Will never visit the restaurant again !!!Such a shame that this one area let the rest downWonderful stay, as above we would love to return but we will give Hadrian's a miss next time"
Dr Morris - verified booking
"Great location for exploring the local area. Nice cottage with great views though it looks like they may be building at the front so the view may not be so great in the future. The house was nice inside. Nice bathrooms and bedrooms with good quality fittings and furnishings. Kitchen was reasonably well equipped - nice cooker etc. - though it could do with more crockery, cutlery and utensils. A family of four would struggle if all you have is four or six of certain things. A few things need attention. A number of light bulbs gone, things like towel hooks and bathroom cabinets not fixed to wall very securely. Decor also very bland with magnolia cream and beige everywhere. A bit more imagination would be nice. These are all minor issues, however. Overall a very comfortable stay with nice quality beds and sofa and bathrooms. Local pub excellent. Already recommended to friends!"
WeeIrene - verified booking
"Stayed here for a New Year break and it was fabulous. The Cowshed has everything you need for a luxury break, from the super comfortable king bed in the master bedroom to the wood burning stove in the living area , flatscreen TVs in each room and a wonderful sound system - we were truly spoiled. The welcome pack was a generous surprise with festive goodies and a bottle of cava to toast the New Year. Horsley is a small village only 10 miles from Newcastle with a good bus service. The only disappointment was that one of the two village pubs has closed, leaving only The Lion and Lamp within walking distance for eating. It has an excellent menu however and we enjoyed dinner there on two nights. The Cowshed is well placed for exploring Hadrians Wall country as well as metropolitan Newcastle & I would not hesitate to recommend it."