Holiday Cottages In The North East To Rent
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North East cottages
Attractive Horncastle Cottage
Inviting Cumberworth Cottage
Superb Market Rasen Cottage
Tasteful Market Rasen Cottage
Tasteful Market Rasen Cottage
Beautiful Bridlington Cottage
Exquisite Louth Cottage
Quaint Mablethorpe Bungalow
Beautiful Market Rasen Cottage
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Philippa - verified booking
"This is a great little place but probably better for adults / older kids than our family with a (very active and fast moving!) 2 year old and 6 year old. The garden is technically 'fully enclosed', however I was disappointed to see that there was a side gate on the front that would easily be opened by a small child and the driveway gates also weren't able to be locked shut in a way that made them child safe. There is also some spaces beside the gates that a sly little one or animal could squeeze through. And being on a fairly quiet, but certainly not deserted, open road speed limit area it made the outside far less usable than I would've hoped as we couldn't let the kids play outside whilst in the kitchen for instance. A shame as it's a decent space and I was looking forward to making use of the outside space. It would also have been good to have some kids outside play equipment of some kind perhaps - even a couple of footballs would've been good but a trampoline / climbing frame even better! Perhaps an idea for the future if the owners wish to appeal to younger families. There was no dishwasher which I personally would've preferred to the washing machine that is provided but I guess for others it may not be an issue. I would've also liked to see a bath mat in the downstairs shower room and to have seen extra towels available. These are obviously small things but it is the small things that can make a real difference! :-)Overall though the cottage is well equipped, the beds comfortable and the owner Rob was very friendly and helpful and did assist quickly with any issues we had and it was a nice base to get out and about in the area. I think there are some great markets around but not really something you can do with a two year old! LOL! Shame as would've loved to do that. Nearby Lincoln was lovely and the beach was only a short 30min drive away though we made the mistake of visiting Skegness which I wouldn't do again! We later found a much quieter beach area which was much more enjoyable. I understand there is good walking around but we didn't do any of those. Rand farm was worth a visit too.Although we wouldn't stay here again it is more a case of we wouldn't particularly feel the need to come to this area again than the cottage in particular."
Gail88 - verified booking
"We recently stayed at the Belvoir Cottage, myself, wife and 2 little Yorkshire Terriers. The cottage looks new and it was spotless and very tastefully decorated. The owners were friendly and helpful, but unlike some places we have stayed they didn't interfere which is just how we like it. It was situated within a court yard with 2 other cottages just alongside the owner’s house and farm. The area is very peaceful with beautiful countryside it is not too far from the coast with lots of lovely beaches to visit. This was our first time to Lincolnshire and it is very pretty. Only downside is that it is not walking distance to a pub. The Agency did tell us that it was walking distance, but it would have been about 50 minute walk along country lanes, with no lighting, so you could walk to the pub if you fancied a long walk but only in daylight hours. Having said that we did drive to the pub on a couple of occasions and they also welcomed our dogs. The food was average but the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend this cottage if you want a peaceful location and a beautiful cottage to stay in. The owners clearly have very good taste. Many thanks for a wonderful stay."
Steven - verified booking
"My wife and I had a 4 night stay during June 2018. The property is situated on a farm and accessed via a very long, tree lined driveway. The only noise we heard were bird song during daylight hours and owls at night, therefore if its a relaxing, peaceful atmosphere your after then this is the place.S14857 is a barn loft conversion, designed and built to the very highest standards which is accessed via an internal staircase that opens up into a sumptuously equipped and extremely comfortable open plan living area, having excellent views across the adjacent fields. The owner, Philippa, is very unobtrusive. We only saw her twice during our stay, but is wonderful to talk to and knows lots about the farm origins and the local area and amenities, e.g. local shops/pubs etc. There is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area and its only a short drive to the beach/sea. Possibly the best holiday we've ever had and would love to revisit S14857."
Mrs Dixon - verified booking
"Like other reviewers have said the photos do not do this lovely cottage justice particularly the outside photos. The Aga keeps the kitchen beautifully warm. The downstairs shower was out of order while we were there. Getting in and out is made a little difficult by cars lining the road opposite the entrance - care is needed as this road is a country road but traffic travels along it at some speed. The garden is lovely when the weather is good. Not overlooked but right by the country road, however no noise can be heard from the bedroom at all. The staircase is spiral so may be difficult for some people. Wi-Fi only works in the lounge."
Albert - verified booking
"Beautiful cottage well kept fantastic views and garden. Lots of restrictions on where dog can go, which are difficult to accede to. Only real concern is that front and backdoor key's on the same ring, if there was a fire during the night you could easily become trapped, especially in the downstairs bedroom as none of the Windows open enough to allow exit anywhere in the house. As stated though the cottage was lovely and well maintained and the little extras were very thoughtful. Neighbour extremely friendly also and Eric the Newfoundland too. Just watch out for the horseflies as got bitten twice and had to go to Doctors."