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Curlew Family Cottage in Haydon Bridge, Northumberland

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sleeps 4
2 rooms
1 bathroom

Curlew Family Cottage description

Holiday home
Curlew is a terraced cottage next to a bed and breakfast in rural countryside near to Hadrian's Wall and just 2.25 miles from Haydon Bridge. The cottage sleeps four people and has one double bedroom, one twin room, a bathroom, a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside the cottage is ample off road parking and shared use of a lawnedgarden with outdoor furniture. With its neighbouring cottages, Curlew can sleep up to ten in a stunning part of rural Northumberland.

Area
The village of Haydon Bridge is set between Hexham and Haltwhistle on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. The village offers shops and pubs, plus there are wonderful walks close by. There are many attractions and places to visit in the area including Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland National Park and Alnwick Castle. There is something for everyone.

Region
Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife.

Amenities
Electric radiators. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV with Freeview. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Ample off road parking. Enclosed shared lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Bar in B&B next door, shop 2.25 miles.

Amenities

  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Near Pub
  • Rural location
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Reviews

Mr O'brien
September 2018
Lovely cottage in remote area of Northumberland.. Ideal for those with a busy lifestyle wanting to get away from everything and get some peace and quiet. Cottage was well furnished and really comfortable.
Mrs Johnson
August 2018
Nice cottage.. Perfect for a family, exploring Northumberland.
Mr Hornblow
June 2018
Curlew is a beautiful cottage in excellent condition and fully appointed with all that you need for a comfortable stay.. You will need a car as it is 2-1/2 miles to the village. Although the cottage is very remote it was a little disappointing not to have great views from the cottage windows because on one side there is a pretty enclosed courtyard and on the other a neighbours wooden building. However a short walk outside and you can see all the country you need!
Mrs Scott-bates
May 2018
The cottage was ideal for our cycling holiday, well situated for what we wanted to do.. Outside it looked a bit neglected, lawn needed cutting and general weeding, however hanging baskets were put up on our last day. The microwave had instructions but it seemed to be very complicated compared to ours and we couldn't use it as it had so many buttons and all I wanted to do was reheat something! Sounds sad, but mine at home you just press one button for what you want to do. Also the tin opener wasn't working properly so had to dig out tin of meat! It was a bit confusing seeing a payment meter for the electric and then a relief to see the electric was included in the rental. Also the fact that the immersion heater needed to be switched on to activate the water heater under the sink wasn't too obvious. Perhaps it could be mentioned that quilted loo rolls are not to be used as we found out on arrival - we'd taken some but some correct ones were provided but we had to replace them when used and had to ask in the shops what was suitable for use with a septic tank. This was on the helpful information sheets, but not on the website information. Other than those little niggles, it was a lovely place to stay and pleasantly furnished, peaceful and everything was provided and well thought about. We'd stay there again if we were in that area.
Dawson
October 2016
Met with the owners, a very pleasant couple.. The accommodation was recently very well refurbished, very well appointed to be clean and comfortable. It worked very well for me. Some small additions e.g. Paper kitchen towel, soap in the bathroom and kitchen foil/cling film would have guided the lily, but I was very happy with the experience as a whole.
Mrs Jochems
September 2016
The cottage was perfectly in order, very clean, comfortable.. We were only a bit disappointed by the view from the cottage : from one window we looked on the rubbish of the next door neigbhour and at the other side (enclosed garden) we looked at a high fence/palisade (separation from the nearby B&B hotel), which gave a bit the impression we were in a prison camp ... No warm welcome, we did not even see someone asking if we needed anything after the first week. But the location a few kilometers from Hadrian's wall was really perfect.
Rev Steele
August 2016
It would have been helpful to have a map to find it or to state that it was so far out of Hebdon Bridge itself.. Also the sign showing where the cottage is is partly hidden by trees. When you go down the road to the cottage, there is no notice on the gate so you take pot luck which lane you go down. The hot water from the taps was very limited. Looking out the back of the cottage, it did look like a building site. They did actually put some gravel down while we were there.
Ms Volpato
September 2014
The cottage was very comfortable and cosy, the photos of it on the internet do not do it justice. The owners were very warm and welcoming and provided extras such as fresh eggs. You were made to feel like a welcome guest rather than a paying customer.
Ros V
September 2014
The photos on the web do not do justice to this delightful cottage. My mother and I wanted a base in Northumberland that would allow us to visit relatives in both Cumbria and Newcastle and this cottage is almost at the mid point so it was chosen because of its location but we got a lot more than we expected - a lovely warm, cosy cottage with every thing you might want and charming hosts - Colin and Lillian Parker who made us feel most welcome and provided extras like fresh eggs.
Ms Stephens
June 2014
Excellent location for investigating Hadrian's Wall as well as being able to do day visits to both east and west coasts.
Mr Rumble
July 2013
A warm and friendly owner. Furnished and maintained to a high standard.
Guest
May 2013
A very comfortable cottage only a short distance from Hadrian's Wall. The weather was against us when we were there, so we spent more time in cottage. It had all the amenities and was cosy. The owner was on site and exceptionally helpful and friendly. Would definitely recommend.
Mrs Cadier
March 2013
We were very happy with this property and would have no hesitation in recommending it to others. It provides excellent accommodation and is in a great position to explore all the sights and walks of Hadrian's Wall.
Mrs Warren
June 2012
A lovely holiday, the owners of the cottage were very friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend!
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