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“Birthday weekend with girlfriends” Absolutely amazing place to stay.. huge but homely... we had a lovely stay.. would definitely book again.. lovely village too.. so friendly.. cant praise Sam enough for her help.. I even got a welcome pack and birthday gift... thank you for our stay in your home
“Fabulous house in a quiet but accessable location” The Shutters is a fantastic house in a great location. The house more than matches up to the pictures and ad on the holiday guide - you will not be disappointed!The decoration, furniture, fittings and facilities are all 1st class.
We stayed in November and the house was lovely and cosy - the gas wood burning stove is a great addition as it gives a direct heat to anyone sitting relaxing in the lounge without the rest of the house being stifling hot.
The location is ideal for visiting Northumberland, Durham, Teesside and many parts of Yorkshire. For horse racing enthusiasts, the location is great for visiting many courses including Newcastle(30mins), Sedgefield(30 mins) and Hexham(40mins). The coast is within easy striking distance and would recommend a visit to the Victorian seaside resort of Saltburn by the Sea.
A return visit is definitely on the cards.
“exquisite weardale experience” What a treasure! This cottage is in the centre of the beautiful town of Stanhope, a very short distance from the tranquil riverside walks, tearooms, quaint shops and the Weardale tourist centre. It is very quiet as it is off the main through road. There is a truly delightful steam railway that runs 40 mins down the valley - Pete Waterman and David Bellamy helped to get this line reopened several years ago and there are some fabulous theme days! Thanks Julie for a memorable stay. We will be back.
“Quiet location. Convenient for seeing the area.” Very warm, comfortable large property which is well equipped. Since its initial renovation some parts of the property are beginning to look tired and in need of some TLC. A good spruce up and some minor maintenance work would do the trick.
We enjoyed our stay. Very friendly owners.
“Comfortable cottage in tranquil location.” Met on arrival by friendly and helpful owners. The cottage is in a beautiful location ideal for walking unwinding. The cottage is well equiped with all the facilities one needs for an enjoyable break. The hamlet of Holwick is a woderfully peaceful backwater but is within a very pleasant 3 mile riverside walk of amenities in Middleton in Teesdale, which has a wonderful butchers shop and Fish and Chip shop amongst other stores. The only slight disappointment was the rather erratic opening hours of the pub in Holwick.