Holiday Cottages In The North East To Rent
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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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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."
Paul - verified booking
"Excellent house in a fantastic location. Very warm and comfortable. The local people were extremely friendly and every dog walk along the prom and beach took a lot longer due to chatting to all the locals out with their dogs, made the dog walking even more pleasurable. The local lifeboat station is situated nearby and it was also interesting watching them launching on a training session which takes place every week. The house was extremely clean and nicely decorated and welcoming. My only slight criticism is a lack of furniture in the bedrooms. Only one of the 3 bedrooms had a wardrobe. One just had a double bed, a dressing table with 2 small drawers and a foldable bedside table. The small box room only had a single bed with a bedside table with 2 drawers (the bedside table however was not next to the bed but on the opposite wall next to a wall socket). There was also a lack of pans in the kitchen. But these criticisms in no way spoilt our enjoyment of the house and we would be more than happy to return in future."
phil - verified booking
"we were informed on arrival that there was no curtain rail on the side of the bath but it would be fixed Saturday , after three phone calls and numerous txts and promises it would be fixed as we had a disabled person with us it was'nt , it was even suggested we should put towels on the floor to soak up the water, we had problems with the toilet not flushing properly and the sink in the bathroom would'nt hold water (there was no point in mentioning that because if we could'nt get the shower curtain fixed we were not going to get that done, the kitchen needed a good clean and fridge was filthy, in the living room we had to clean the inside of the window where dogs had been,for the amount of money we payed i would of expected better all in all the whole experience spoiled our holiday"
Rachael - verified booking
"I thought the cottage itself was very cosy, welcoming and very clean. However for us privacy was an issue as the holiday home was in the owners garden at the side, the lounge bathroom and bedroom windows overlooked their garden. We had to keep curtains and blinds closed for privacy as both owners and kids were in garden during our stay quite a bit of the time so we were disturbed by noise of kids and dogs barking alot. WiFi did not connect at all during stay. The bed was a real let down far too small for couple should be at least a full double not small 4 ft. My husband slept on sofa. We were disturbed by the noise of the cockadooledoo around 4 am every morning waking us all up. We actually got up on our last day at 4 am packed up and left. Very disappointed over all sorry."
Phil - verified booking
"Booked a last minute visit to Woodlea as we wanted to get away from the Midlands to near the coast, and with Woodlea being pet friendly it became the ideal choice, especially as our dog struggles with stairs so being on 1 floor really helped.I can't fault the place, was cosy and comfortable, the only thing lacking were a few 'extras' Like wood for the log burner/ kitchen roll for the kitchen. In all fairness im sure if we'd have got in touch with the owners they'd have provided us with some but as it wasn't mentioned in the manual that was in the place on arrival, I didnt want to put them out.Nearest shop is 10mins drive away but there are big supermarkets in the nearby seaside towns (about 25minute drive)All in all a very nice experience, would stay again!"