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  1. Carol

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    "S71987 is a lovely property. Nice and spacious with an enormous back garden laid to lawn which was much appreciated by the dog. The weather was not very kind to us - saw the night sky only once, but it would be lovely sat in the garden in the warmer season. Loved the Kielder castle visitors centre which is a short walk away and from there just minutes to the lakeside walk and a nice evening stroll as a final nights exercise for the dog. You are also able to walk up to the observatory in the Kielder forrest without getting the car out. The Keilder forrest and lake are man made and quite definitely designed with children and cyclists, in particular, in mind. This means the paths round the lake and to specific points are very good, mainly cinder tracks so flat and suitable for even wheelchairs. There are many routes off into the forrest but really designed for mountain biking. My grandsons would have adored it. Toilet facilities are good at the three main centres but we found none of the other facilities open apart from the cafe at Kielder Castle. There is a brilliant hide at the North shore walk (Kielder Castle end) and also at Kielder Castle end a lovely 1 mile walk past the Squirrel feeding station. We walked miles over the week but did not see a red squirrel and only 1 deer. Perhaps the wrong time of the year and poor weather conditions. Beware this is a very remote location and you need to either take everything with you or as we noticed many did use the Tesco delivery service. Very thoughtful of the owners to leave bread and a large container of milk and some wine!We drove into Hawick on a very rainy day some 24 miles away over the Scottish border. The only vehicle we saw on the way there were timber lorries heading into the forrest to collect loads - yes this is very much a working forrest. There are nice shops and supermarkets there. The other trip we did which was 1 hours drive away but well worth it was National Trust Homestead and Hadrian's Wall. Very atmospheric and stunning views. At the opposite end of the lake is a really nice little village called Falstone. Park at the Dam and walk down to it. It is very expensive parking in the Kielder Forrest. Ok if you are based somewhere else and just coming for the day it is not too bad. If we had gone walking from the various car parks over the week we would have had to spend £35 in parking fees - bit much given we spent the previous week near Whitby in Yorkshire and found wherever we went parking was free from 31st October to 1st March and yes there were free toilet facilities in the car parks.If you want to come to the forrest for a weeks walking or cycling on the wild side, S71987 is the place to choose because lots of facilities are this end of the lake and you can do a lot without having to pay car park fees. The locals are very friendly and will give you advice on where to go."
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  2. Gary

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed between the 6th and 13th of April for a week with our two young children who loved being in the same room at night as well as the many hiding places whilst playing hide and seek. The main bedroom was a bit on the tight side and felt it would be better if the rooms were swapped. The cottage itself was fine and we thought everyone was catered for. We didn't realize that there was no washing machine when we booked , and with local muddy walks on the doorstep it became somewhat of a nuisance not being able to wash the kids clothing (although we used the kitchen sink to do handwashes). Perhaps replacing the dishwasher with a washing machine might be of more use? Also, if using the dishwasher switch it on when you go out as it's noise means you cannot watch TV at the same time. It was our first visit to Northumberland and we were taken away by the beauty of the area. Unfortunately the weather was awful for most of the week and we didn't get to visit places as much as we would have liked. The moorings cottage next door had occupants in for four days of our stay in S14705 which made for interesting parking issues - they had three cars and made it very difficult for us to park our car in the allotted car space (might be worth a polite notice in front of the S14705 sign). We are former holiday cottage owners and we realize you can't keep everyone happy but we felt very comfortable in S14705 and it's location was ideal for sightseeing. It was just a shame we had not fully checked the facilities when we booked as the lack the washing machine did cause an issue mainly as the bad weather resulted in lots of muddy clothing."
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  3. Cuthbert

    Verified purchase

    "S71987 was a perfect base for our holiday. Gordon and Yvonne were most hospitable and had prepared the house to a high standard so everything was prepared for our arrival and we were very happy throughout our stay. The local amenities are limited, small shop, pub (the anglers) and the cafe at the castle - there is also a large bike shop and mountain bike activity seems to be popular though we didn't on this occasion we noted the large range of routes. We had two dogs with us and the forestry trails were perfect for our needs and the dark skies at night were full of stars. So if country living and simplicity are for you this is the ideal location. It is not an 'easy' place to reach the roads up from the A69 (turn off near Hexham to Belingham and up alongside Kielder Water etc.) are a bit better condition wise than the roads from the North down (off the A7) but which you use also depends where you are coming from. We would thoroughly recommend S71987, certainly for a couple, as we were, but also for a family as the second bedroom has full size beds and plenty of space. Rear garden is a very good size and enclosed and leads out into a small area of forest above the stream."
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  4. Bev

    Verified purchase

    "We've just returned from a wonderful 2 week stay, this is a place to truely relax. We ventured out to the Northumberland coast, and Hadrian's wall, but mainly stayed put and enjoyed the forest walks that are accessible straight from the front door. The castle cafe is wonderful, lovely home cooked food and lovely staff and dog friendly. The local pub is a little disappointing food was nice and staff friendly enough, but decor is just a bit run down. Unfortunately for the local community the small shop is closing down and running stocks down, so don't rely on this being there much longer. Tesco do deliver to this area, and the visitor centre at Waterside (about half way down the resevoir) sells basic provisions. A visit to the observatory is highly recommended, we didn't realise how popular this was and that people book months in advance, we were lucky to get 2 cancelled tickets on the clearest night of our stay, but if this is one of the reasons for booking here ( it's literally 5 mins drive) then look to book your spaces in advance to avoid disappointment."
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  5. Barbara

    Verified purchase

    "This was a good choice of holiday house for our three generation family holiday. We had all we needed in the house and it was very well equipped, with clear directions on how to use everything, and our grandchildren were thrilled with the view of the Farne Island lighthouse from their bedroom window. We had hoped to use the log burner but the weather was much better than expected for the first week in April and we had to turn down the heating, enjoying the sunshine streaming into the house and one or two lovely sunsets.The location was good for touring the area, along the road to Seahouses, then Bamburgh and the Grace Darling Museum and castle, the Farne Islands and Lindisfarne, and Alnwick Castle, but we also enjoyed pottering in the rock pools directly across the road from S37361 and our visit to the sandy beach at the other end of the village.All in all it was a very enjoyable and relaxed week, our 10 week old granddaughter must have thought so as well, as she started to sleep through at night!"
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