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Holiday Cottages In The North East

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Wherever you set your borders, there are no doubts that North East England is home to some of the UK’s most iconic sights. From the gothic muse of Whitby Abbey, to the magical inspiration of Alnwick Castle, the North East has been forever immortalised in literature and on screen.

A surprise to some, North East England is also to some spectacular beaches. If you’ve ever checked out the castle-laden coastlines at Bamburgh and Tynemouth, the rocky wonders at Marsden beach or even the wistful Whitby Bay, you’ll know the East of England has plenty of idyllic horizons to go around. There’s also a boatload of pretty Pennine villages, quayside cities, and spectacular moorland to feast upon while you're here.

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Holiday Cottages In The North East

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Wherever you set your borders, there are no doubts that North East England is home to some of the UK’s most iconic sights. From the gothic muse of Whitby Abbey, to the magical inspiration of Alnwick Castle, the North East has been forever immortalised in literature and on screen.

A surprise to some, North East England is also to some spectacular beaches. If you’ve ever checked out the castle-laden coastlines at Bamburgh and Tynemouth, the rocky wonders at Marsden beach or even the wistful Whitby Bay, you’ll know the East of England has plenty of idyllic horizons to go around. There’s also a boatload of pretty Pennine villages, quayside cities, and spectacular moorland to feast upon while you're here.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the north east.

  1. Anna

    Verified purchase

    "We had a wonderful holiday from start to finish. The cottage was warm, comfortable and had everything we needed. We didn't eat out much and cooked our meals at the cottage and the kitchen was well appointed with all the equipment we needed and the dishwasher was well used and appreciated. The oven was new, shiny and spotlessly clean. We made the most of the wood burning stove and the wood was provided. Bed linen, towels and dressing gowns were provided and of top quality were useful and enjoyed. The hot water was plentiful and the bed wonderful. The cottage was modern, but not overly fussy or boutique like, leaving us to relax in our surroundings. The owners Mike and Julie were faultless hosts, from the initial telephone call regarding key collection they were ready to offer information. There were some fresh cakes and a welcome pack on arrival with milk and tea and coffee and the homemade scones and jam were perfect after a long drive. We found this establishment well thought out, well run and the owners were available if and when we needed them and discreet when we didn't.We had a pony and trap ride with them and were invited to visit and hold the new baby piglets, which we really enjoyed. part of what made our holiday so magical and friendly was the owners attitudes towards us, their animals and their care and interest in the business. The location was quiet, not too remote but beautiful and very peaceful.The Coast line of Ceredigion is stunning and every day we visited a different beach. The local supermarkets in Cardigan were useful and there was a Tesco and an Aldi. We had a lovely, peaceful, relaxing week in the perfect location, with the perfect hosts.My companion has already booked for another week next year and I will certainly return and bring my children. Fantastic break and couldn't recommend it highly enough if you would like a peaceful, warm, comfortable and well catered accommodation."
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  2. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "the cottage is comfortable enough, chairs, sofa and bed all comfortable. Bathroom also very good. A downside is the electric hob, old fashioned thing, takes ages to heat up and then continues to cook too high until it cools enough. so put 1 ring on high to heat up fast, one on medium and one on simmer and move your pans about. Hasn't any heard about induction hobs????Take your own non stick frying pan. No freezer or washing machine even though the write-up said access to both, but the owners will let you use theirs, but I don't like that idea. Cottage is a little remote, but beautiful dark skies - never seen so many stars.I am not a drinker so didn't care there is no local pub, but it ain't that far from civilisation so many eating places within 20 minutes drive. The owners are very friendly, but maybe a bit too close for some. But I did like them and their animals a lot.The best thing and the reason we chose it, is it's closeness to so many walks, from the amazing (for views) Preselli hills to the challenging coast paths to the old rail tracks at Aberaeron. The national trust own 2 non-dog beaches, and Llanerchaeron, the nearest property. They are unbelievably anti dog, no where to sit if have a dog, there was an outside area which has now been enclosed by the café and doesn't allow dogs. However if you, like us, just use it as a car park, walk to Aberaeron through the woods and back along the disused rail track, stopping to eat lunch at Aberaeron. Ceredigion is mostly anti-dog too, usually a poor part of the beaches given over to dogs, but luckily Pembrokeshire's Poppit sands are only a short drive away and is by far the best beach in the area. I would visit the cottage again, but I will not stay in Ceredigion again as Pembrokeshire is much more dog and travel friendly."
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  3. Alan

    Verified purchase

    "upon arrival at the cottage we were made very welcome by our hosts mike and Julie .we were shown around the cottage and found it to be everything we had hoped for ,snug and cosy with lots of character.lovely log burner with endless supply of logs.the basket of goodies was most welcome. scones and a nice hot brew after our 4 hr journey went down very well .we were soon into the swing of things and were introduced to megan the sheepdog ,who we became good friends with, and to the farm animals .we were later to experience our first pony trap ride ,thanks to sam our trusty steed for our tour of the local countryside.my wife Hayley and I were enjoying every minute of our stay at S21560 and have promised to return as soon as we can .such a wonderful place ,and Mike and Julie ,two lovely people ,by the end of our stay we felt like we had known them for a lot longer than one week .we visited lots of locations up and down the coast and also fell in love with the beautiful town of Newcastle emlyn with the scenic river Teifi which is stocked with salmon and trout .licenes can be obtained for fishing .also one thing I have to mention is ,I have never come across such friendly people .to Mike and Julie ,cheers to you both and thank you for a wonderful week. ...Alan and Hayley x"
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  4. Christopher

    Verified purchase

    "Julie and Michael made us feel very welcome from our arrival and we were also introduced to their animals . The location of the cottage was ideal, giving us peace and quiet, the reason for choosing this location and the cottage was very spaciousI am slightly confused by your request for a rating for 'local amenities' . There was nothing in the immediate vicinity, but it is necessary to use a car to travel 4-5 miles to the village of Newcastle Emlyn with substantial shops etc, or 8 miles to Cardigan. However, as mentioned, this was the reason for booking this cottage, so local amenities are not particularly important.The pony and carriage ride around the local lanes offered to us, was too good to turn down.Overall, an excellent holiday and cottage, with many thanks to Julie and Michael for making us so welcome."
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  5. Patricia

    Verified purchase

    "We received a wonderful welcome on our arrival. The cottage was perfect for our requirements with a welcome pack containing the things you need after a long journey - tea and cake. The cottage is very well equipped with a very comfortable bed. Everything we needed for our week away. We were introduced to the other guest, then to the farm animals and were taken for a stroll by Mike and Julie, Meagan the dog and Oli the pig. Nothing is too much trouble there. The cottage is close to lots of beautiful beaches and Newcastle Emlyn has some lovely gift and craft shops. We enjoyed our horse and carriage ride and recommend this to others visiting. We loved our first visit to this part of Wales and will be returning sometime next year. Thank you Julie and Mike for making us so welcome."
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