Self-Catering Durham

Meadows Edge Durham

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From: €380 weekly Guests 2 Rooms 1 Bathroom 1

Key Features

  • Pet Friendly
  • Garden
  • Parking

Property Description

Holiday home
Meadows Edge is a detached cottage situated in the Teesdale hamlet of Holwick near to Middleton and twelve miles from Barnard Castle. With one double bedroom and an ensuite bathroom, this cottage is ideal for a couple. The cottage also contains a well equipped kitchen, a dining area and a sitting room with an electric stove. Outside the cottage is a garden with outdoor furniture and off road parking for one car. Set in a beautiful and remote part of the country, Meadows Edge is a wonderful cottage for a couple looking to get away from it all.

Accomodation Details
Ground floor double bedroom with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor living area with well-equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting area. The living area boasts superb views across Teesdale and has a flame-effect electric stove. The entrance is via a feature stone staircase which leads up to the living room.

Situated at the end of a no-through-road in the heart of beautiful, unspoiled Teesdale, the village of Holwick is a lovely, peaceful place ideal for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The village is well served by local amenities and has a pub that serves food as well as a farm-butcher's shop with café situated on the owner's farm. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding region is a paradise for walkers and lovers of country life. Nearby, and within walking distance, is the magnificent waterfall of High Force whilst just a short distance away the Pennine Way passes close by. Middleton, Mickleton and Romaldkirk are wonderful picturesque villages in the near vicinity, whilst the ancient market town of Barnard Castle is well worth a visit.

From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life - the sublime Dales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?

Gas central heating with electric stove. Gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, TV with built in DVD player. Wifi. Shared use of laundry room with automatic washer and dryer. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. One small, well-behaved pet welcome. Garden with garden furniture. Off road parking for 1 car. Cafe on owners' farm open at the weekends only with other shops 3 miles. Please note: mobile signal can be poor in the area; please check coverage with your network provider

Holiday Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Key Features
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  • Garden
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Self-Catering Reviews

Charlotte K
June 2019
This upside down converted barn/reading room is the perfect getaway from it all. We had a fantastic week walking and enjoying the beautiful views from this cottage. Friendly neigbours and the owner is just lovely. No complaints and will definitely come back...thank you for a lovely holiday!
Miss Walker
March 2019
We were more that satisfied in the cottage we stayed in.. It was lovely and clean heating was on when we got in it was lovely and warm. Everything we needed was provided, we would be more than happy to stay there again if we needed to. Mrs Scott the owner was very pleasant, accommodating and her little barn conversion is a credit to her it’s really lovely. Would highly recommended friends and family to go her and her barn.
Mrs Lee
January 2019
This was our 7th visit to this cosy cottage.. There have been some changes since our previous visit, enlarged sitting area, larger TV, new cooker and there are lovely new carpets - so it’s better than the photos on the website. We love the views from the cottage and the great walks right from the door, even In the snow that we had this year. The friendly owner ensured the cottage was warm on our arrival but we didn’t see her until we left as we had no problems. Great food & drink at The Strathmore Arms (5 mins walk), means little cooking was needed at the cottage.
Mrs Scott
December 2018
Lovely spot with great walks on your door step.. Friendly pub in walking distance.
Mr Lawson
November 2018
Loved the cottage, be aware that the steps are a bit steep, will be back..
Ms Loh
September 2018
Absolutely beautiful scenery around the cottage; lots to do and see without having to take the car anywhere.. There is also a pub in the village but the nearest shop is 3 miles away, so worth taking whatever supplies you need. The house is extremely well situated for long and short walks and very comfortable and cosy (the heating was efficient!). It is a beautiful building and village and all the necessary amenities are provided in the cottage (apart from towels, but saw this on a previous review and brought our own). Big kitchen and amazing views from the table while having breakfast over the fields and of sheep and cows grazing. The owner kindly let us bring two small dogs, so worth asking if you are in the same situation. We had a relaxing and very enjoyable time and hope to return soon.
Ms Davies
August 2018
Holwick is the perfect location if you want to enjoy stunning countryside and a real break from town or city life.. With long or short walks easily accessible directly from the cottage, it’s a perfect place for people who enjoy being outside. The cottage has wonderful views from the living area. We loved watching the changing weather over the dales and the cows, sheep, rabbits and pheasants in the fields just outside. The owner is very helpful, when we couldn’t work out how to light the oven, we rang her and she arrived within 10 mins. The local pub is very friendly and has a great selection of beers, ciders, good food and a beautiful garden. I agree with previous reviews that the living area decor at the cottage could do with updating and that the small garden would be a very pleasant place to sit and enjoy the stunning views but is in need of some TLC. Overall we had a lovely week and would recommend a visit.
Mr Frost
July 2018
This is an outstanding location for everything you would want from an outdoors holiday..
Mr Harrison
July 2018
Lovely cottage for 2 in a lovely area .. Plenty of places to go for long walks and to admire the scenery . Our holiday was ruined after a road traffic collision (not my fault) with a swedish motorcyclist who was riding on the wrong side of the road left us with no car for half of the week . Even though we have courtesy car cover in our insurance policy the courtesy car provider does not allow dogs in their cars .So no replacement car until we got home . Had £500 cover in the policy to get ourselves home but again couldnt hire a car because of their no dogs in car policy . The only taxi firm near to where we were staying was the same - no dogs . Eventually found a taxi firm from near to where we live who would transport us home with the dog which nearly cost as much as we paid for the cottage .
Mrs Turnell
May 2018
Lovely setting cottage is in an ideal location far from the maddening crowd .. facilities are adequate for a comfortable stay. local pub very welcoming.
Mr Ward-harrison
May 2018
This holiday cottage is not exactly as described by Sykes Cottages.. I do not know if this is down to Sykes or the owner. The cottage is in need of updating and refurbishing. The fixtures and fittings are worn and some are broken ie the blinds and curtain retainers. I had to repair the toilet seat just to use it. The site describes the cottage as having a garden and patio seating area. The garden is unkempt and there is no patio - the whole garden is ten feet square. The parking is ok but shared with a neighbour so you must park tight to your side. The parking area and path to the cottage is done in large cobble stones which are difficult underfoot. If you are elderly or not particularly fleet of foot you may find this a problem. We are not elderly but my wife managed to fall within the first ten minutes. The steps up to the cottage are steep for access and luggage loading. You can enter and exit via the bathroom door. The stairs in the cottage are steep and poorly lit - not aided by a dark coloured carpet. If you have a dog its easy for it to fall down the stairs. The cottage is upside down so you get good views from the upstairs windows. Please be aware that although the cottage is secluded the lane outside is used for farm traffic and whilst we were there it seemed the speed limit was non existent with vehicles flashing by. The caveat is to keep your dog on a lead because if it strays from the area around the cottage it may well succumb to a LandRover and trailer passing at forty miles an our. The local area is very nice and we spent our time exploring the lovely scenery and the Lake District. The cottage is ok if you are just needing a place to base yourself but do not expect luxury fixtures and fittings. The sofa in the lounge area is poor and the tv is tiny (we had to fit new batteries to fix the remote). Overall would we stay here again? - that would have to be a no.
Mrs Mather
April 2018
Absolutely stunning location.. The views from the cottage windows spectacular. Lovely local walks Excellent local pub 5 min walk lovely food, wine and good real ales
Mr Chamberlain
March 2018
We felt that Meadows Edge had all that we needed for our holiday in terms of accommodation and equipment.. For anyone wishing to walk, the location is perfect with many options available directly from the cottage. We also found the local pub and people extremely friendly and welcoming.
Miss Markinson
February 2018
For peace and quiet in the beautiful of settings this little cottage met the criteria and more! It's has everything you need - my parent and I didn't want to leave. With the high force waterfall a lovely walk away and the town of Middleton down the road for shopping you have everything you need to really get away from every day life and relax. The owner was most lovely coming to check on us to make sure we had everything we needed. All the community are very friendly and welcoming. A return stay is definitely on the cards for us.
Mrs Parkin
January 2018
If you like your technology its not the place for you if you want to get away .... If you like your technology its not the place for you if you want to get away from technology and really get your life back to some kind of peace and breath fresh air its fantastic it is a well maintained cottage the owner is great and only down the road and is there if you need anything really enjoyed the stay here
Mr Parker
November 2017
. Very comfortable characterful cottage. A beautiful area with so many things to see and do .
Miss Gaze
July 2017
It was such a lovely cottage and a lovely area.. I would definitely stay again. The only thing I would perhaps of changed was the sofa. It's very small for two people. Perhaps a little corner sofa. Everything else was perfect.
Mr Randell
May 2017
The cottage is in an amazing location with many beautiful walks and a very friendly pub in the village.. The cottage was comfortable and reasonably well-equipped, but in need of a little tic.
Ms Massiter
May 2017
A marvellous cottage in a marvellous location.. Owners very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended.
Mr Chalk
June 2016
The location was lovely. The accommodation was very cosy and had everything we needed.
Mr Drybrough
June 2016
This is a good location for walking, peace and quiet, friendly locals and a great pub 3 mins walk from the property.
Mr Jones
April 2016
A quiet warm refuge from the wet blustery weather.
Mrs Andrews
February 2016
The location was great and the views were stunning. The little cottage we stayed in was cosy and warm. The owner of the cottage and the locals were all very welcoming. We can't wait to go back.
January 2016
The property is a converted farm building of some sort and is reasonably furnished in a 'holiday home' style. Nothing exceptional either way, not outstandingly bad, not outstandingly good, its 'nice' ,perhaps a little bit beginning to fray around the edges, Located in a small hamlet, and here perhaps my own prejudices will reflect on the review, its not barren/ desolate/ isolated but when youre about 25 mins from the bright lights big city of Barnard Castle (sense the sarcasm in the last phrase) you get the picture that you are 'getting away' from it somewhat. Whilst I was after a fashion able to get internet access, mobile coverage was non-existent. Its nice, the owner is lovely, but I sense the last of that type of holiday i'd do alone.
Mrs Friday
June 2015
The location is stunning and the cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside. A perfect area for walking. The local pub served good food and was very welcoming.
Mr Yaseen
February 2015
We had great time, the owner is really nice, helpful and friendly.
Mrs Phillipson
December 2014
A lovely little cottage in a peaceful location.
Mrs Parker
November 2014
The views, the friendliness and the peacefulness cannot be faulted. The owner is absolutely lovely and we would not hesitate to recommend this property and hope to return in the not too distant future.
October 2014
Meadows Edge is located in an ideal location for walking or just relaxing. With no mobile Signal and very limited wifi you can escape from the every day hustle and bustle. This upside down cottage allows you to relax and look out onto amazing views of Holwick Scar and surrounding countryside. The cottage is cosy even during some very inclement weather. The boiler however is located directly behind the bedroom so may disturb light sleepers. Surprised to find that no towels are provided or a basic welcome pack. (Perhaps we have been spoiled by other letting agents?) Local pub is just minutes away and serves some pretty decent meals.
Mrs Over
July 2014
The views from the cottage were fantastic, a lovely quiet area, very friendly people, abundance of wildlife on the doorstep and nice big mugs to have a proper cup of tea.
Mr Pate
June 2014
The area around the property is fantastic - especially for walkers.
Mrs Hocking
May 2014
Great cottage, perfect for two people. In a beautiful location with a friendly owner.
March 2014
Great views from living area upstairs. Good setup internally. Really would like to use in summer when can make best use of garden. Only one little thing for us was the boiler was right by your head in bed, so sleeping for me was an issue. For anyone who sleeps lightly this might be an issue. Otherwise fab!!
Ms Coleman
January 2014
A wonderful cottage in a superb location. Great for a get away break at any time of year. Easy walking distance to local pub which was really welcoming and friendly. Great walks and scenery all around. The cottage was warm and cosy with everything we needed. Loved it!
Miss Collins
January 2014
We know the area having used the cottage twice before. Property lovely. Great views. Quaint and everything needed to hand. Will be back!
Mrs Wehrle
October 2013
The peace and quiet which was exactly what the doctor ordered. Our week at the cottage was perfect, and we are hoping to return in the spring. The scenery is stunning and we went on lots of walks in all directions. I can honestly not think of a single negative thing to say.
Mr Norton
October 2013
Lovely cottage very well set out, with the living room and kitchen upstairs, making the most of the fabulous views. Everything you need is in the cottage and the owner is very friendly and helpful.
Mrs Tupman
August 2013
The location is excellent. There are stunning walks within 5 minutes of the cottage. I enjoy the calm and friendly nature of the area. I feel very secure and would have no hesitation on going on walks alone. Everyone is friendly. The local shops provide everything you require. We know we will make a return visit as this holiday was just about perfect.
Mr Leah
July 2013
The property was excellent, and was in a very nice part of England. There is a very friendly pub 5 minutes down the road. This was our second visit, and won't be the last hopefully!
January 2013
My partner and i work in the city and wanted to get away from it all for a week, and thats exactly what we got from Meadows Edge. We were greeted by the owners daughter who lives down the lane, she was very friendly and offered her assistance if we needed it at anytime while we were there. The Cottage is off the beaten track, well kept and has everything you would need for a relaxing break, you will find every utensil you can think of in the kitchen! It has excellent views from all upstairs windows, cosy bedroom downstairs with a modern bathroom en suite. The cottage is less than 5 minutes away (walking) from the friendly local pub which does great meals and 10 minutes(driving) to shops. Lots to do in the area, farmers market in Barnard Castle, walks, High Force Waterfall is a must and is only 20 minutes away in the car. Overall we had a great stay even when the weather was bad we cuddled up on the sofa with the heating on and watched the world go by from the comfort of the warm cosy cottage. We will definately be going back for more in 2013.
January 2013
The cottage was beautiful . Perfect and cozy for two , we arrived in the night so were astounded by the beautiful views when we woke the next day . The local pub was very friendly and inviting and the food was beautiful perfectly priced and very generous portions were a added bonus ! The walks were a little hard to figure out but once we got on the right track we were could really taken in the beautiful surroundings . The cottage was well equipt but make sure to bring towels ! The cottage is in a secluded location perfect for getting away from it all and relaxing would recommend this to anyone and will definitely be back .
Miss Dixon
November 2012
The Cottage is ideal for a romantic break, nice and bright in the day with fantastic views and warm and cosy in the evenings. Great location, close enough to the shops if needed, but far enough away for some peace and quiet.
Mr Hanby
November 2012
The cottage was a delight, it was in a beautiful area and the idea that it was an upside down property made good use of the scenery. It was very warm and very comfortable...full marks to the owner.
Mrs Higson
October 2012
Friendly and helpful community. A homely cottage.
Mrs Hill
October 2012
Location, friendly welcome by owner, views from every window, cosy warm cottage.
Mr Cook
September 2012
Cottage is situated in a very nice part of the countryside, quiet and peaceful with a very nice local pub!
Mrs Horne
September 2012
Lovely views, very quiet and peaceful. Will be visiting again. Very dog friendly and owners very friendly. We couldn't have wished for anything more. We didn't want to come home.
Mrs Foster
August 2012
Excellent cottage just for two. With plenty of things to do in the surrounding area. Great place to unwind, hope to go back one day!
Mr Sykes
August 2012
The cottage was situated in a quiet area. Long walks and peace and quiet. The cottage is an ideal get away for any couple.
Mr Blewitt
July 2012
Peace and tranquillity, sheep and rabbits still attempting to eat all the grass in neighbouring fields. The local people who made us so very welcome especially the new Landlord and Landlady at the Strathmore Arms 500yds down the hill. The cottage is a good base for exploring Yorkshire surrounding areas,waterfalls Low and High Force easy to walk to.
Mrs Higginbotham
May 2012
Fabulous views and walks from the door, we love this place.
May 2012
Ideal for 2 adults and a dog... Views are sensational. Walks in all 4 directions. Very cosy and well equipped. Fantastic pub down road
Mrs Fenwick
March 2012
This was a lovely cosy cottage. Very warm and the view from every window is like a framed photo on a Dales Calendar. There are wonderful walks in every direction.
Mrs Colins
January 2012
This gorgeous quirky little cottage is in a beautiful location, like stepping into a corner of paradise. The scenery from every window was panoramic, the cottage was warm and inviting. The owner of the cottage was welcoming, and although the place is set as if in the middle of beyond, the nearby pub is great and the local people that we met were wonderfully warm and inviting. We will most certainly be going back, again and again I suspect!
December 2011
It is a lovely, cosy cottage with all the amenities, a home from home. The location is ideal for High Force waterfall and walking in the area.
December 2011
We got a warm, personal welcome from the owner. The weather was awful but that did not matter. We walked to High Force one day and spent a day mooching around the towns. It was a lovely weekend and so nice to be able to bring our dog.
Mr Smith
October 2011
Lovely location, we explored various villages and towns. It's wonderful to be able to take the dog. The owners met us on arrival and showed us round the cottage - a lovely personal touch. We will come back.
Mrs Higginbotham
October 2011
The cottage is lovely, the location glorious, wildlife superb and the walking/ views were out of this world! We have already booked for our third visit!
Ms Mountford
September 2011
The cottage was lovely, clean and warm. Lovely people.
Mr Murphy
July 2011
Lovely setting and convenient for local amenities. Cottage was very comfortable and great value for money.
Mr Leah
June 2011
The cottage is situated in superb area and did every thing it said on the tin. We would certainly like to come again and would certainly recommend it to anybody. thank you sykes our first holiday with you and we were fully satisfied
Mr Loyden
May 2011
Location views were stunning with lots of good walks from the door. Comfortable cottage.
Mrs Crannage
May 2011
We had a wonderful holiday. The views from the cottage were spectacular. The local people were friendly and helpful. Our hostess was very helpful on arrival. We just had a most wonderful relaxing holiday.
Mrs Richardson
April 2011
This was our second visit to Meadows Edge, and it wont be the last. Wonderful place. It was lovely and warm and felt like home when we arrived. Had good weather, lots of walks straight from the door, fantastic.
Mrs Longden
January 2011
Exactly as the brochure described.
Mrs George
November 2010
Accommodation and location were first class. Views from cottage were fantastic. Local pub very friendly. Walks to High Force and the Holwich Scars are not to be missed.
Miss Graham
October 2010
Fabulous walks and views. Friendly hosts.
Mr Cashmore
September 2010
Good walking. Good views from the cottage.
Mrs Tupman
August 2010
It was like a home from home, instantly relaxed. The peace and quiet is what I needed and got. Lots of lovely local walks so no need for lots of car journeys. I will return.
Mr Noble
August 2010
Cottage was just right for the type of break we wanted. Owners very friendly and helpful. Wonderful position and views from cottage was just as good as the brochure said. Lovely walks without using the car. Good for pet owners too. Would book again!
Mrs King
August 2010
Excellent location, lovely views, very quiet.
Mr Mrs Wright
July 2010
A very beautiful area, lots of lovely walks to Low Force, High Force, with no difficulty for the fit.
Mrs Draper
July 2010
This should be 5 star! All was 1st class with a very warm welcome, very clean and all amenities included. Great views, walks and farm kitchen we take our hat off to the owner. We will be back.
June 2010
My wife and I stayed at the cottage for the last week in March, leaving on Good Friday. We had an excellent time for the whole week, with no negative moments. The cottage was very cozy with brilliant views across and down the dale and the village pub was very friendly, the local Sunday walkers even shared their 'cheese board' with us. Helen, the landlady of the pub, proved be a wonderful host. On our last day there, we went for a walk along the dale, arriving at the cottage in lovely spring sunshine, within a minute, we had a white-out! A superb cottage and location - we'll be back!
June 2010
Stayed in this cottage over the Easter Period and had such a great time. We had snow outside on the evening we arrived but the cottage was very warm and cosy and the owner who lives nearby came and took us around and welcomed us. The fresh dafodils etc. which were supplied was a very nice touch. The Cottage is gorgous and very comfortable with outstanding views out over Holwick and Teesdale. It is in a very quiet area with a pub within walking distance and shops can be found in nearby Middleton. I would certainly recommend this property and would love to return soon.
Mr Mutimer
May 2010
An excellent cottage in an outstanding area. Great walking from the doorstep. Would definitely visit again; a great holiday.
March 2010
The owners are very friendly and welcoming; that gets you off to a great start. We loved the views from every window in the living space - many rabbits to watch. It was heavily snowing all the time we were there, which meant we were unable to do much walking, but it was very cosy to be sitting watching the snow with the views from the comfort of the living room. The only small downside is that it was an exceptionally cold week (we were snowed in) and with the bedroom being downstairs, it was a little chilly - but not enough to effect our time there. We will definately be back.
Mr Shevill
January 2010
Access to good walking country.
Ms Whitaker
January 2010
An absolutely stunning place to spend a few days; amazing scenery from the warmth and comfort of the sofa - will definitely be back.
Mrs Lane
December 2009
It was a wonderful, unique property that was very clean, well maintained, warm welcome, cosy and comfortable in a fantastic relaxing area of beauty. This is a great location for a chillaxing few days away.
December 2009
Service was second to none. Home very secluded,Lovely for a nice quiet break. Area had nice walks,(not to challenging) House very clean,Good facilities. Handy pub(Good Meals)Friendly. Lounge could do with another armchair.
December 2009
After a stressfull time this cottage break helped revive my good spirits. The magnificent views from the cottage and fantastic local walks helped us to totally relax. The cottage was vey comfortable and the owners helpful and made us feel welcome. I would loved to have booked this year again but circumstances won't allow us to book ahead. I'm praying for an unlikely cancellation for this very popular cottage nearer the holiday season.
December 2009
Owners very helpful and welcoming on arival. The cottage is very cosy and warm, its location is within easy walking distance of High & Low Force on the Tees. Plenty of other local outdoor walks from the door. Middleton is nearby and a delightful village with everything you need for a holiday. Within striking distance of Beamish Museum and Durham over the moors. Cothersdale, the local cheese is superb. Could not fault anything!
Mr Loach
October 2009
Wonderful walking in the country. The cottage was very peaceful and quiet.
Miss Chesters
October 2009
Perfect place to walk, and just as perfect to relax in. The views from the sofa were lovely.
August 2009
No internet and no mobile phone signal - bliss.
Mrs Cooper
August 2009
A lovely cottage with many different walks and landscapes close by.
Mrs Tupman
August 2009
The peace and quiet. Excellent local walks. The scenery from every window was lovely. Will certainly go back.
Mr Mrs Lester
June 2009
Cottage was ideally located to access local footpaths/walks to river, falls etc, beautiful surrounds. Local amenities were excellent, people very friendly.
Mr Cane
May 2009
A delightful character cottage in a beautiful spot to which we hope to return.
Mrs Garbacz
May 2009
The peace and quiet. The cottage is located in a beautiful part of the country and was ideal for our purposes. The cottage was just what we wanted and we felt at home straight away. We had wonderful walks on our doorstep and thoroughly enjoyed our stay, it was beautiful and relaxing. We will be going back.
March 2009
The isolation of the cottage, with only farm vehicles passing, and the fact that some wonderful walks were right on the doorstep made this an ideal base for exploring the countryside. After a full day outdoors it was great to come back to a lovely warm cottage that provided views across the fields, enhanced by the fact that Meadows Edge was an 'upside-down' property.
Mr Wilson
December 2008
The barn was lovely and warm when we arrived on a cold snowy evening. The location and views from the barn are magic.
Mr Mrs Braithwaite
November 2008
The views were breathtaking. Cottage was warm and cosy.
Mr Downie
October 2008
Lovely quaint cottage in beautiful location with some excellent walking country. Ideal for two people wanting to get away from it all.
Mr Bos
September 2008
A splendid little cottage in an amazing location. I think Teesdale is one of the most beautiful regions in the whole of Britain.
Mr Blewitt
August 2008
Surrounding area outstanding. Very quiet and peaceful; rabbits, sheep and occasional human!
Mr Thomas
July 2008
The cottage was welcoming and had most bits you would need. The views make it that extra bit special.
Mr Mrs Hawkes
May 2008
Area very quiet, peaceful and relaxing with magnificent views.
Mr Allen
September 2007
A lovely, small, cosy cottage...
Mr McNeill
September 2007
The scenic views were brilliant, walks very good and fresh air. Friendly people, we really enjoyed ourselves.
Mrs Richardson
September 2007
The cottage was beautiful, the views fantastic. Could not have wanted more. Can't wait to return.
Mrs Richardson
August 2007
The cottage, which could not have been any better, was very comfortable, clean and homely, with a very warm welcome from the owners.
Mrs Woolley
July 2007
Perfect out of the way cottage ideally presented in its upside down layout; relaxing to watch sheep, rabbits and birds whilst we were having breakfast. Also stunning riverside and waterfall walks at the end of the lane. Yet only three miles to perfectly adequate village Co-Op, fish shop and cafes.
Mrs Constance
June 2007
Peace and quiet. Beautiful scenery.
Miss Hawkes
April 2007
The cottage was in a excellent location with wonderful views. The owner of the cottage was very friendly and helpful.
Mr Angel
February 2007
A beautiful cottage, lovingly cared for, in an amazing area with stunning scenery on the doorstep. The owners were very considerate, providing a wide range of guides and information about what the area had to offer. We were very happy with our choice of cottage and holiday destination - we really needed a break from the city and that's what we got.
Ms Leesons
February 2007
Meadows Edge was a lovely property tucked away in a great location for walking. The pub, just a 1 min walk down the road was great and extremely welcoming, with the sunday papers and warm fire - you couldn't ask for more. The lunch at the farm was out of this world and a absolute must. Thoroughly recommend to all my friends and family.
Mr Raymond
January 2007
The cottage was just simply stunning. The owner gave us a very warm welcome, and I would again like to congratulate you for a great job done.
Mr Renshaw
November 2006
Enjoyed Meadows Edge. Very peaceful and great views, would go back.
Mr Winstanley
September 2006
It was an excellent centre for visiting friends and relations in the area, and very nice to come back to in the evening. The owner and her family were very welcoming and helpful.
Mrs Fitzpatrick
June 2006
Spectacular view all around.
Mr Sivyour
June 2006
The isolated location of the property was ideal for a quiet stress-free holiday which was just what we both needed. The scenery surrounding the cottage was second to none.
Miss Mason
April 2006
Peaceful location with wonderful views from the windows, the cottage was warm and cosy with everything you could need.
Ms Addison
October 2005
The location of Meadow's Edge is lovely - beautiful views from the windows. The cottage was very cosy, perfect for two of us. It was good to be within easy reach of the pub. The owners of the property were very friendly and welcoming and the meat they sell on their farm is wonderful. We would certainly consider returning one day.
Mr Barksby
May 2005
Lovely place, fantastically peaceful, just the right spot to rest and recuperate. Friendly owners whose farmhouse kitchen restaurant did an amazing cooked breakfast. Highly recommend a visit.
Mr Mrs Parry
March 2005
The location is stunning and the cottage is lovely and cosy- all a couple could ask for. We will be returning to Holwick with our family, and finding out what the bigger cottages are like.
Miss Jones
February 2005
The cottage was gorgeous and so cosy have recommended it to our parents and friends. The area is amazing and the people so friendly. Lovely pub nearby serving great food. Had a fantastic birthday and can't wait to return. Thank you!
Ms Southworth
December 2004
Compact yet ideal as a base for two people. The ideal location to chill out and recharge your batteries. Surrounding scenery is breath taking. A very peaceful location. Would definitely revisit, fantastic holiday!
Miss Marlow
December 2004
The best thing about the holiday was the setting. We absolutely loved the North Pennines. We enjoy walking so it was perfect for it. We loved walking along the River Tees, which was just a few minutes away from the cottage. The cottage was small but cosy and we loved going back there after a day out walking.
Miss Whalley
December 2004
Perfect spot for walking straight from the door. Pub within walking distance.
Mr Pettitt
December 2004
Pleasant cottage.
Mr Hume
December 2004
Excellent base for seeing the countryside. Local pub food good. Locals very friendly. We had a great holiday.
Mr Kerrigan
December 2004
Pub is a 2 minute walk.Strathmore Arms food is very good welcoming atmosphere.Cottage has a music system.
Mr Cohen
December 2004
Peace and quiet, lots of birds and rabbits. Easily accessible to main roads. Cottage very warm and comfortable.
Miss Hogger
December 2004
A great place to relax and unwind. It was peaceful, the locals were friendly. Great countryside with lovely walks. Ideal for a couple.
Ms Armstrong
December 2004
The seclusion and the freedom to walk in beautiful natural surroundings after months of city living.The cosy fire after wet, windy, foggy days out.
Mr McIntosh
December 2004
Cottage was very cosy, essential for winter time, and we had our fair share of mist and rain! Walking in the area is superb and several walks can be done straight from the cottage.
Mr Curtis
December 2004
The farm kitchen and the Scott family made the holiday special. We will be returning and hope to try one of the larger properties, and then we can bring more of our family. This has to be one of the best holidays we have had. Met some locals at the pub and enjoyed each others company.
Miss Raynor
December 2004
Very beautiful setting and convenient to have a pub literally 2 mins away.
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