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Elishaw Farm Holiday Cottages
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Reviewed 28 September 2012

What a brilliant place to base yourself for exploring the wonderful Northumbrian countryside!
We stayed in the Chicken Coop View cottage which is very comfortable, well equipped and relaxing.
We thoroughly enjoyed the welcoming cake, Feeding the Chickens & Shetland ponies,walking down by the river and watching the Swallows, Robins, Finches and re-acquanting ourselves with the spectacle of the night time sky, including shooting stars!
Many of the local attractions are easily reached inc Bamborough Castle, Alnwick, Hexham, Hadrians Wall, Jedborough ,Kielder Water (First Red Squirrel i had seen in Forty Years & First Adder in 30!). Well worth the effort driving up from South Staffordshire.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank MARTYN M
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Reviewed 27 September 2012

We stayed here for our main summer holiday (2 weeks) with our 3 year old daughter, Heather. The cottage was ideally located to visit Kielder with some beautiful National Trust properties and other attractions also within easy driving distance. We never ran out of things to do. The cottage itself was just right for us and had lots of character. Heather loved that the horses were in the field just behind our garden and she enjoyed watching them and feeding them breadsticks. She also liked the chickens! Owners very helpful and welcoming, with a number of thoughtful touches left in the cottage for our arrival. Very much enjoyed our holiday, thank you!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Becky L
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Reviewed 25 September 2012

Stayed at the Farmhouse Cottage for 4 days from 17th to 21st September with my girlfriend.
Lovely welcome with a fresh flowers and home-made jam sponge cake and a pint of milk in the fridge.

Accomodation is very clean, "spotless" infact and a lovely barn conversion. Very cosy with log burner (although we never got time to use it). Nice enclosed garden for each cottage to view the stars at night (so many due to their being no street lights). Access to the farmland with orchard and walks down to the river.

Great location for heading out to Kielder (we saw red squirrels for the first time there, North East Coast (and the numerous castles) and the many walks as well as the local towns and the City of Newcastle.

Definately recommend. 10/10.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank dazzleshell
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Reviewed 28 April 2012

Beautiful location. Gorgeous, traditional barn conversion. All very tastefully done, with wooden beams and high end finishing touches. As we arrived milk awaited us in the fridge so that we could have a cup of tea (tea, coffee and sugar in cannisters ready and waiting), a homemade cake was on the kitchen side and fresh tulips on the kitchen table. Loved the cosy woodburner - ready primed for lighting with more wood/lighters in the basket by the side. Toiletries, all cleaning needs, products and materials were all provided. The lounge/diner/kitchen was roomy for four plus dog and dog crate. Lovely bedrooms - kids loved the bunkbeds and 'no bang heads' barn ceiling. What really made it though was the barn with hay bales and rope swing so the kids could play outside without getting drenched (rained loads). The 12 acres were great for gentle walks down to the river and there were more swings and a hammock to play in if you were lucky enough for good weather. We enjoyed fresh eggs from the hens roaming round the farm too. We also appreciated the boot room for our wet things and the garden at the back of the property was lovely and well planted, as well as being secure for our dog (although she wasn't sure about the ponies coming to see her by the gate!). We even had a bright sunny morning on the last day to have a cup of tea outside on the bench and chairs. The area is great with lots to do. Would go back to stay here again.

Room Tip: Both cottages looked lovely but if you like a seperate garden, Farmhouse cottage has the bigger and sunnier garden.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Paul S
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Reviewed 22 April 2012

We stayed in Chicken Coop View Cottage. Upon arrival we met Alan, chopping logs for the fires! He showed us around the farm and to our cottage. Beautiful cosy cottage with woodburner all set to light for us and a pint of milk and a freshly baked cake for us!!!
Extremely clean accomodation with a lovely feel, our garden overlooked Sooty and Sweep's field (minature shetland's) what characters!
The available space is great, from the rope swing in the hay barn, the lovely orchard and the lovley river walk, great for the kids , plus I had a go on the rope swing!!
From the beautiful cottage we ventured out everyday, Kielder water, Alnwick, Rothbury for the swimming pool on the wet day, Hexham, Vindolande (well worth a visit) plus the coast with a day at Craster, Newton on Sea and Seahouses and Bamburgh.
This Cottage is well placed to go pretty much anywhere in northumbria in the day plus not far to the borders and Scotland.
Tina and Alan were wonderful hosts! Happy to help whenever, plus eggs a plenty from 'the girls'
Great local pub serving good food Bay Horse @ West Woodburn with a 10% off voucher in the cattage too!
All in all a fabulous stay, definately recommend and we will be back I am sure!

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jonathan B
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