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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 To Rent

More North East Cottages

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 to rent.

  1. David

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was in a good location for dog-walking, with a nearby park. There were quite a few cobwebs around, on ceilings and in areas between kitchen units. There was a DVD library but the DVD player did not operate. For some reason none of the upstairs windows could be opened and only one of the downstairs windows opened which made it a bit stuffy at times. The shower, operated using a mixer tap, was very variable in temperature, sometimes not reaching hot for minutes and then going cold then hot again. The toilet seat was very basic, servicable light plastic, but could have been easily broken by an "ample weight" person. The fridge freezer worked fine but the freezer section urgently needed defrosting with ice quite thick in the compartments. The selection of books was very good as were the framed pictures on the walls. The fireplace was not very tempting to build a fire in and no proper kindling was supplied anyway. The fireplace would have been much better served with an electric flame-effect fire installed and with only single-glazed windows would have supplemented the radiators to make the house warmer downstairs. It seemed the oven had not been checked for cleanliness with the grill and oven trays looking quite grubby. However the gas cooker generally was very good to use with the top hobs. It was a pleasure to watch birds visiting the patio area of the garden."
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  2. Peter

    Verified purchase

    "Great location for being able to walk in to Louth (about 10-15 minutes max) and for shooting off to the coast. The cottage has quite a bit of character and is a reasonable size and a little area for sitting outside on a nice day. The equipment in the cottage is old and there were no instructions on how to operate anything such as the cooker or the TV. In fact we could not get the oven to work and TV was old fashioned and quite challenging to operate (via a secondary box). The parking should state that it is for one small car as the entrance is narrow and impossible with a large car as locals park opposite the entrance which makes the turning circle impossible. We had to leave our car on the very narrow road which I was not happy about as large lorries and buses use it. We only stayed for 2 nights and we found that plenty both from facilities in the cottage and what to do in the local area. Getting to any major cities is a 30-45 minute drive."
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  3. Ann

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was comfortable overall. However it would be greatly improved it there was more attention paid to the finer details.The cottage was large enough to accommodate the number of people that there were beds for. Unfortunately there was no available cupboard space to store food for a self catering holiday.There was plenty of crockery and cutlery and cooking utensils but no cupboard space to store your food.Every room had at least 1 bulb not working. In the kitchen in the food preparation area there were 4 bulbs not working making it difficult to see in the evening.The skylight windows would have been a nice touch if they had ever been cleaned. There was lichen growing on the glass interrupting the view out.If these issues were addressed then it would score a lot higher."
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  4. dulcie

    Verified purchase

    "great location. my husband and i really liked the cottage although the bathroom is not somewhere you want to put anything on the floor as it does not seem clean. The shower is good but the bathroom is functional rather than comfortable. There are cobwebs in most areas which was not a problem for us and the cottage has a very welcoming feel.Bring your own kindling if you want to use the fireplace as logs are provided on a limited basis and there are no smaller pieces of wood to get the fire started. There are plenty of restaurants nearby and the location for access to louth market town is perfect ."
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  5. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "Was very disappointed in this cottage. Firstly felt it was misadvertised as two separate cottages when it is in fact three cottages together in the one building. The cottage was filthy and had to be cleaned by ourselves. No laundry facilities were provided as advertised. The living area was very small and in the same room was the kitchen and dining area - not big enough for the size of party it is meant to accommodate. The only good thing was the outdoor pool which was slightly heated. Not worth the money though."
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