Holiday Cottages In Thirlwall To Rent
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Jennifer - verified booking
"We spent a very enjoyable fortnight at the cottage, and found the property to be full of character and tastefully modernised. The setting is beautiful; very peaceful but not isolated, and the cottage is surrounded by attractive countryside. The owner Julie was very friendly and welcoming, and we really appreciated the welcome pack provided that included extras such as wine and chocolates. The use of a washing machine and a large outhouse for bike storage was very helpful, and it was great being able to use the wood burner and control the central heating ourselves. The kitchen appliances were easy to use, and as we were there for 2 weeks it was a bonus to have use of a chest freezer in the outhouse, as well as the freezer compartment within the kitchen fridge. In general the kitchen was well equipped for every day cooking/meal preparation, however in our opinion there were insufficient cups and other crockery items; we gave this feedback directly to the owner and she was happy to take on board for the future. The cottage is ideally located for country walks, and we particularly enjoyed being able to leave the car behind and walk to the village of Castle Carrock or the nearby Gelt Wood. Other places such as Brampton, Lanercost Priory, Birdoswold Roman Fort and Carlisle, were all easily accessible by car, as was Alston. Overall we had a relaxing stay in the cottage and found local people to be very friendly and welcoming - hopefully we will return another time. (A point to note about the layout of the cottage is that the small bedroom can only be accessed via the master bedroom, and they are separated by a single door.)"
Kay - verified booking
"The cottage was lovely, but I had to go in and Hoover and polish, empty the fire and rinse the bath out! (The bath water was a very yellow colour) their was long dark hair in the master bedroom, none of my family are dark, so wasn't from us! I dont except to pay hundreds for a holiday to then go in and have to clean up on the first day! The bed in the master bedroom was very unfomy! The slats are not attach underneath so fall through constantly, i tryed to put them back on but cut my finger in the process. Their was a broken table in the living room, which was just balancing with a broken leg, lucky my husband noticed as it was sharp, the blankets in the living room absoulty stunk of dogs, I had to wash them all befor my children touched them. The blind that I assume was ment to be up in the kitchen was just rolled up and balancing over the top of the fire place in the kitchen leaving the cord just hanging down, the other blinds just had their cords hanging down aswell (very dangerous when you have children!) Theirs very little cupboard space and the kitchen table was very wobblerly (my husband had to tighten it all up) the track leading down to the cottage is very uneven and bumpy, please go very slowly or you may damage your car. On a plus side the views are beautiful and the farmer and the chickens are very friendly. Lots of nice walks near by."
clare - verified booking
"A lovely week spent with friends in an even lovelier cottage. Glen Garth is a really nice , we'll equipped cosy cottage. On arrival we were greeted by the owners niece who was extremely friendly and helpful. The cottage has a well equipped kitchen , dining room , gorgeous cosy lounge and three good size bedrooms, with comfy beds and crisp white bedding The garden has far reaching views across the valley. It's in such a quiet peaceful area it was lovely to sit out in the sun and enjoy the views. We even sat out one night to do some star gazing. The owner of the cottage Judith called down a couple of times to check we were all okay , she also gave us tips and ideas on where to visit and where to go to eat and drink. We had some great chats but this was not intrusive at all. There are a number of great walks minutes away from the cottage we walked to poltress burn milecastle , we also did a seven mile circular walk to Birdoswald Roman fort then walked back along Hadrian's walk back to Glen Garth. We would definitely stay again . Fantastic place in a beautiful setting ,if you want a peaceful, relaxing holiday this is the place for you. Corbridge and Hexham nearby are lovely , Hexham old town jail and Hexham Abbey are well worth a visit . Thankyou , from the girls from Leeds ."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"This is the best cottage we have stayed in. Inside it is spacious and cosy and very clean and comfortable. The Bedding was immaculate and the location is beautiful. If you like star gazing it is the ideal location for you, as it gets very dark at night and you can see everything in the nights sky. If you have dogs and you like long walks there are plenty of walks for you to enjoy. The only negative point I would mention is the chickens that are literally everywhere. While I love the countryside and seeing chickens that are free to roam around on their own, they were a bit of a nuisance. We spent the whole 2 weeks trying to stop our dog from going for them as they kept coming in the garden. I have not reflected this in the scores as this is not the fault of the owners and it really is a beautiful place. Just be aware that it’s situated on a working farm so if your dog likes to chase livestock or is not impeccably behaved then it could be an issue. Overall though it’s a 10 from us. We are already planning on returning very soon."
Simon - verified booking
"The cottage is wonderful very rural with lovely views across the valley very quiet and at night very dark which if you live in a town is rare. Inside is comfortable but do bring slippers as the stone kitchen floor in bare or stocking feet isn't too good. We over packed as there is so much provided by the owners or by renters like sugar tea all you need for washing up cleaning etc. The chickens are friendly and even see a couple of pheasants, the only person you see is the farmer feeding the chickens. The cottage is warm and comfortable when the fires are lit its so homely. We were there during storm Ali so decided to play board games in the kitchen with the fire on it was very relaxing and watching the storm outside even the chickens hit in the barn or by the wall.Just a warning make sure you have all your shopping or its another 5 miles back to the shops.The WiFi seemed pretty useless but if you have mobile data you get a good signal in the cottage.The biggest downside is that at the end of the holiday you have to leave."