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Emily - verified booking
"I seldom review holiday accommodation, however I feel impelled to do so with S14792 for several reasons. I include both positive and negative points in my review. Overall, I feel S14792 is over-priced for what is offered and that the emphasis on comfort is somewhat overplayed, and I do not deem it to be 'romantic' as advertised in some locations online. For this price range, I expect more in terms of the decor, the quality of the fixtures and fittings, as well as a more effective heating system and the presence of a small welcome such as a pint of local milk or loaf of local bread. The wood burner is simply not enough to heat both the main room and the water during winter. I would also illustrate that I am happy to put on layers and heat my own home in an environmentally conscious way, but given the price and that I was on a much-needed break, a more effective or indeed efficient heating system should be present. I hold the view that being environmentally friendly need not compromise ones comfort, but at S14792 this is the case. At this price point, I would simply not recommend this accommodation to friends or family, as you will have a more comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable stay elsewhere. Positive points include that the property is less than an hours drive from Newcastle upon Tyne, there is a co-op supermarket within walking distance and a good local pub which serves a very good Sunday lunch. Up to two dogs are allowed in the accommodation and the owner can provide additional sheets or blankets for furniture. Furthermore, the owners of the property are knowledgeable about the local area."
Lesley - verified booking
"We have spent many holidays in Rothbury, using it as a base to stock up on provisions and choosing to travel by car to explore the vast county of Northumbria.S80461 was an ideal location, being just on the outskirts of Rothbury, high on a hill with uninterrupted views of breathtaking countryside.It is set away from the farm itself and so is not overlooked.Janice is a welcoming host. She left us milk, tea, coffee and cake so that we were able to chill before starting our unpacking. She visited to welcome us and came to say goodbye at the end of our stay.The cottage itself exceeded our expectation. It was spotlessly clean, furnished to a high standard with new appliances and all the equipment we required.During our week we visited various parts of Hadrians Wall, a number of castles including Dunstanburgh, and Warkworth Castle and Hermitage, Brinkburn Priory down the road from the cottage, and Howick Hall. We also visited the harbour at Amble, and the beach at Durridge Bay.We ate out too and there are lots of lovely coffee shops, restaurants and pubs around. We particularly liked the Three Wheat Heads at Thopton and the tea room at Howick Hall."
Jemma - verified booking
"S69493 is a lovely house with a "wildlife garden". It was lovely to see all the birds and hear them twittering each day. The owner is very nice and helpful but I feel we were mislead when we booked as I always ask for a pub and shop nearby. The shop sells nothing but papers, out of date milk, bread a few tins and masses of second hand books. I would recommend driving a few miles to the Boat Inn on Kielder Water for a good meal and decent beer as we found the Anglers nearby to be unwelcoming and dismal the three times we used it. A little dog runs about the place, jumping on the seats, is allowed behind the bar and I presume also in the kitchen!!! The three "real ales" we tried were not good and we settled for the cider. The surrounding area however is outstanding and if you like walking or cycling, this is the place to go."
Sarah - verified booking
"S69493 was a home away from home, high quality furniture and finish. Can’t fault it as a holiday cottage, we were very comfortable as a family of 5. A couple of points to note, Kielder is in the middle of nowhere, loads of walking and cycling etc in the area but if you plan to visit places out of area you will be doing a lot of driving. It takes a good 90 minutes to get across to Alnwick Castle for example. Also if you have young children take some blackout blinds with you as the blinds are thin. The Waterside Park down the road has great amenities, children’s play areas, bird sanctuary and a shop but generally you’ll need to bring what you need with you! The cottage is fully equipped for cooking, we ate most evening meals there. I’m sure we’ll visit again."
Sandra - verified booking
"Lovely stylish and spacious apartment in a good location in the town. Apartment 7 is at the top of Hexham House (second floor) and it’s a bit of a climb but views are great across the gardens and Hexham Abbey one way, and into the hills from the other bedroom. Everything is well laid out. There is no washing machine or easily usable ironing board but otherwise excellently equipped. The town has many good supermarkets, a station to get into Newcastle/Carlisle and also good coffee shops and cafés in the market area. There is an excellent french restauarant next door. Hexham is in a good position for exploring Hadrian’s Wall, Corbridge Roman Town, Newcastle and the coast to the north. All in all, an excellent apartment and very well managed by Jamiesons."