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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."
Sandra - verified booking
"Beautiful cottage which is exceptionally well equipped. Very peaceful setting in a very small hamlet of about 12 properties. Nearest shop is 2.5 miles away in Marfen although was closed while we were there. Don’t expect food shops on your doorstep so plan for at least your 1st evening and breakfast. Next nearest was Corbridge which has little Co-op but some lovely little shops too. For major food shopping Hexham is great with big Tesco, plus Aldi and Waitrose. Lots of other lovely shops too. Beautiful countryside all around cottage with amazing walking to be done. Lovely welcome from owners Michelle and Rob with unexpected fresh baked loaf, lovely jam and few other extras. Please be mindful that satnav May try to send you down tracks and dead ends. Mine is only 2 years old and didn’t recognise the dead ends and kept trying to send me down them. Was approx 3.5 mile journey down single track which is undulating with a few passing points. Was lovely but suspect treacherous in winter. We had fun when the farmer didn’t lock the gate properly one time and 4 cows and a bull escaped and led us down the last of the track down to the A road where they kindly stopped the traffic for us! There are other routes once you find your way around but if relying on satnav may be an issue for some. Cottage is by far the nicest we have stayed in by far and would highly recommend and would be happy to return."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"The Gin Gang was situated perfectly for exploring the lovely area.The building looked fabulous but was very difficult to get into with a step up of over 12 inches.Once inside, again it looked lovely but turned out to be extremely impractical. The table top cooker had two hot plates just inches below a cupboard above not allowing the lid to go on the only saucepan. The kitchen towel had a large hole in it and I wouldn't have left it in the cottage if I was the owner.The furniture layout meant you couldn't watch television without getting a crick in the neck. It needed a lot more thought for comfort and practical useage.The bedroom was beautiful after going up three steps but due to furniture choice there was only a gap of about 10 to 12 inches to get between the bed and a wardrobe to access the bathroom.Outside there was a table and seating but was in a poor condition to make a good impression.For us it was very disappointing for the money. We are very sorry to have to give this type of feed back. We are not people to find fault but it is such that we could n't recommend it to others."
John - verified booking
"We had a great week. The Garden Rooms are beautifully furnished with superb equipment, comfortable furniture, a massive bedroom and a spacious shower room. The heating is efficient and the fridge space extensive. The outlook into the remarkable, well-planned garden is a delight, especially from the conservatory, which is a good place to sit with a glass of wine to watch the sunset deepen into night. We can't remember staying anywhere with a more attractive ambience. The paper shop, the large well-stocked village Co-op, the three pubs which all do great food - all are within three minutes of the front door. And yet, at the foot of the house, by the shore of the river, you're in the quietest place in Corbridge.The only drawback is that cars must be parked at the far end of the bridge, in the village car park, but we enjoyed the walk back and forth over the Tyne. Corbridge itself is a wonderfully strategic centre from which to explore Northumbria and Durham; communications are great and the roads are generally uncluttered."
Sue & Steve - verified booking
"We're sure this would be a lovely apartment for a lot of people. We found all the rooms to be much smaller than they appeared on the website. Getting out of the left side of the bed was a really tight squeeze! The bed was lovely and comfortable but the sofa and dining chairs were quite lumpy and hard. There was nowhere to store any food other than the fridge and freezer. It was obviously more suited to people who like to eat out. If you like to be in the centre of things with resatuarants, pubs and shops on your doorstep, this is the place to be. As the apartment is at the front of the building and has the original windows, it is a very noisy place and we were frequently woken up through the night by loud cars and noisy people in the street below. One night a group of lads were kicking dustbins right outside and shouting for about 10 minutes at 3.30 in the morning. Cameron was a nice chap but didn't bother to fix the broken window in the lounge as promised - luckily it was only the first night that it was cold."