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This is an ideal location for touring northern Northumberland, Berwick-on-Tweed, Edinburgh and the Scottish borders.
Ground Floor.Open plan living space.Living area: With 50’’ Freeview TV and beams.Dining area.Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine.Sitting room.First Floor.Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.Bedroom 2: With twin beds.Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail. Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Enclosed garden with garden furniture. Bike store. On road parking. No smoking. Norham, just 6 miles from the coast, has great local amenities, lovely walks along the River Tweed and easy access to Edinburgh and Newcastle. The terraced cottage has a long history with the year 1707 engraved above the door, and has been transformed into a spacious, contemporary holiday cottage with a slightly quirky layout. The ground floor living area is open plan with a lovely feature wood burner (not for use), bright kitchen and spacious living/dining area. There is a second living room across a passageway which leads to the garden. The bedrooms are comfortable and well furnished.Be sure to explore the historic houses in the area including the 18th-century palladian stately home of Paxton House, and the Edwardian country house, Manderston House. Alternatively, visit Alnwick Castle and Gardens around an hour away. Take a boat trip from Seahouses to the Farne Islands to see the bird and seal colonies, or visit the Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick. Walk along the cliffs of St Abb’s Head, or part of St Cuthbert’s Way which ends on Lindisfarne (Holy Island) which can be reached across a tidal causeway at low tide. Beach 15 miles. Shop 5 yards, pub 400 yards, restaurant 4½ miles.
Up to 4 people
Yes 2 pet(s) allowed
The village of Norham is close to the lovely Northumbrian coast. It is easy to get to Edinburgh, and visitors love coming here, especially to this lovely old cottage with its very appealing contemporary interior.
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Lovely weekend break - good accommodation and plenty to see and do. Parking at cottage fine.
7 out of 10
Lovely cottage if you don't like to open windows most sealed shut . Doors groan and squeak even bought a tin of oil to try and stop it. Back door drops when you open it front door catches on the floor when opening it. Know it's old property. Apart from this had a lovely time in a very friendly village.
10 out of 10
Great cottage..and fantastic enclosed garden for dogs
Comfortable cottage. Was not keen on layout re second sitting room. Would have liked to be able to open more windows. Some items in kitchen not cleaned properly.
Really enjoyed the cottage. Would have been nice if we could have used wood burner to create a nice atmosphere on few cold nights but central heating did the job well. Clean and confortable, we have no hesitation in recommending it. Also excellent enclosed garden for our two dogs.
We had a lovely short break and this is a perfect base to explore Northumberland
The accommodation is presented to a very high standard and has everything you need and more and it’s situated in a lovely town with amenities at hand
Had a fantastic stay here, first visit to Northumberland, great location for exploring the area, lovely cottage, clean, warm, comfortable, well equipped, had everything we needed. Great place for the dog too! Norham is lovely village, great butchers next door that do bacon butties, and corner shop very near. Didn't get chance to try out pub, but will do next time we stay here! Had no problem contacting owners, who were very helpful and friendly.
Lovely cottage ideal for travelling around Northumberland and up to Edinburgh
5 out of 10
The location was brilliant. The heating system fantastic. Well stocked with loo rolls, washing up liquid etc. Nice to have an enclosed garden for the dogs. Not really dog friendly,not upstairs, not on sofas. Induction hob and firestick too much for us, took ages to work out. No instructions for microwave,no indication of the wattage. Most kitchen and cupboard drawers not fitted properly. Fridge dooor and cupboard opposite banged into tiled wall. Wooden work surfaces already cracking. Bannisters at the top of the stairs seriously dangerous. They want you to keep the place clean...no doormats either outside or in. Vacuum cleaner garbage. Nowhere to hang outdoor coats, hats, scarves etc. Tiles in hall porous, paint flaking off the walls. Twin bedroom and bathroom doors don’t close and stay closed and bathroom door doesn’t lock. Shower water pressure very poor. Where are the outside wheelie bins, tried to phone owners to establish but of course no signal so could not ask for help! Shame about the fact that a log burner,when we booked was mentioned but then it turned out we could not use it. If these problems were irradicated we would book again.
1 out of 10
Lots of issues I'm afraid,including health and safety, lots of rugs to trip over,the nearest smoke detector was 3 rooms away from the kitchen,there was only a windows in the kitchen which was back over the sink and you would need a chair to reach to open it.
The twin bedroom door opened to the side of an open staircase with no rail to protect a fall, 2 steps forward and you would be over.
Television very complicated to use, the code written in the information book for the Wi fi is wrong,a wall light that can't be switched off,so the bulbs were moved out of position to one side as not to light.
The heating system is a big issue,I totally agreed with the previous review that it is very cold,when you first enter the property you are greeted with a very cold hallway that has no heating whatsoever, some radiators have to be switched off to feed the remaining radiators in the house, the controls are in the actual boiler, with the front cover removed in a cold room at the back of the house that is in a bad state,the doorway into this room is very low and with having to go in quite frequent to overide the timer my husband cut his head twice.
We have stayed in many cottages and have mostly been very satisfied, but I'm afraid this one has to be crossed of my list.
6 out of 10
I wasn't happy that we were cold, we did inform the owners as we had huge problems with the TV and they allowed us to override the heating system. This is an OLD cottage and need some supplementary heating, ie the wood burner. In February there are not a lot of places open and I didn't like having to stay out until 6pm until the cottage began to heat up!. I also was hoping to lounge about the cottage relaxing but because there was not heating until 5pm, that was not possible. Fortunately the weather was good so we were able to get out each day. I understand that the owner didn't want his Persia carpets to be singed but Persia carpets are totally out of character, get a cheap mat and let your patrons enjoy the wood burner!! Too much middle eastern artefacts and too many rugs, it was a healthy and safety issue. Also the bathroom floor was very cold, we could get it warm and it was very slippy. The other room was unwelcoming and uncomfortable, again middle eastern influence, not homely. With these things rectify is would be better. It was a disappointing few days.
Nice cottage in a lovely village a great spot for exploring the area. Comfortable & spacious would recommend.
Would have been almost straight 10s but for the awful smell of diesel/fuel in the house when we arrived; the owners said it was a spill of heating fuel but it lingered for most of the week, especially in the single beds room. Otherwise, Norham is a very nice village with lovely walks and convenient general store, bakery and butchers. Albion house is very well decorated and comfortable with a lovely enclosed garden. The house dates from the early 18th century and you can see that in the beams and thick walls.
Lovely cottage, very clean comfortable and surprisingly spacious. Would definitely recommend this home.
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