Holiday Cottages In Ryton To Rent
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JEANNETTE - verified booking
"I stayed at Kestrel Cottage with my 96 year old mother in law. I had chosen the property for its wetroom, bedrooms all on one level and it's proximity to Durham. The cottage far exceeded all my expectations. It is much bigger than the photographs suggest, bathrooms, hallways and living area are very spacious. Everything is very new, tasteful and not worn out or shabby. The beds are really comfortable and the linen is good quality.The main living room is south facing so it's light, and bright. The views from the two full length windows are stunning, open fields and countryside. We were visited every morning by two friendly goats at the fence by the patio. Most afternoons we watched parachuters descending to an area about a half a mile away. All most entertaining.We could park at the door which was very helpful as my mother in law couldn't walk too far. In the wetroom there are handles to aid the not so steady. The owner kindly brought us a proper shower seat too, which was so useful.Even though very early in the year we found a lot to do in the area. Durham is nearby, we went several times. I highly recommend the Oriental Museum, we visited the botanical garden, cathedral and castle. The Hartlepool maritime museum was excellent. We went to Gateshead quay. Just a couple of miles away we went to the big outlet shopping centre and the coastal towns and coast road are on the doorstep. All this to do, and then at the end of a busy day out the cottage was a relaxing, warm and welcoming home to come back to.Jean the owner was friendly and helpful, she lives nearby but wasn't intrusive at all. The welcome pack was extremely generous, including eggs, bread, milk. Kestrel Cottage was an excellent choice for our holiday and we were delighted with everything we found there."
Kimberley - verified booking
"I loved staying at Quince Cottage, the flat is a great size and layout for a couple as it's nice and cosy but there's enough space to leave suitcases and to also do your own thing if you need to. Both bed and living room were comfortable, and the shower was great, I also liked the decor and the place was clean. We appreciated the DVDs that were in the living room, as well as the extra information in the welcome folder (There were several walk routes which I was I'd had time to try!) and it was very easy to check in and check out as it was just a key in a key safe. The only thing I didn't like was the noise from what was either the pipes or a neighbouring cottage, it wasn't excessive and not something I noticed in the day but it gave me a fright when I was in bed at night as it sounded like knocking on the door! Overall I really enjoyed my stay, and enjoyed the area and would stay at Quince Cottage again and for longer!"
Philip - verified booking
"S81226, as well as the other two cottages are suitable for disabled users and is a great central position to explore many towns and attractions in the North East. The location is in a quite, pleasant, secure area, and with this you really need a car to get to places.The cottage was fully equip with everything you would need,including a lovely arrival basket ( eggs, bread, butter, milk, jam, coffee, tea, sugar, condiments, and refreshing bottle for those who indulge ) The owners Jean and Amy were very helpful and if you needed anything they would try to sort it for you (although we couldn't think what else would be needed for these cottages.)A lovely time was had and would recommend to everyone.Always keep you camera handy while resting on the patio as curlew and chicks nesting or the odd owl may be spotted."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"This flat was excellent. Spotlessly clean and well situated within a short walk to a dog friendly part of the beach. The parking even fitted in our estate car!I hope the owners reconsider having two dogs now as our two had loads of room and were no trouble at all. A walk through stairgate fitted across the hall would prevent dogs going into the bedroom area. We used a suitcase too mark the boundary because the bedroom has no door.I don't think the flat is suitable for small children because of the open access to the road. Perhaps a roll of netting to pull across the entrance to the parking would help secure the space for dogs or child, to give enough time to catch them if they escape the porch.An excellent holiday with lots of dog friendly places to visit, especially Druridge country park."
Lisa - verified booking
"The ground floor flat on first impression wasn’t too bad, but I think the cleanliness wasn’t really up to scratch. The flat had patches of mould around some windows doors and the bathroom really could do with a deep clean, rusty patches on the radiators and again mould patches. The the owners have removed all the internal doors making the area open plan which is good in theory but I would of preferred a door on the bedroom to limit the sound coming from the kitchen/living area and to maintain privacy. But Overall the flat was well equipped and comfortable. Wished we had done a bit of research beforehand though, as Newbiggin was a little run down and was a distance away from the places of interest that we wanted to visit."