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Thank you Tina and Alan for a lovely stay! This cottage is so cosy and homely, with the benefit of a real log burner. The owners are there if you need them, although not obtrusive at all. We loved feeding the 3 Shetland ponies they...More
We have just had the pleasure of a lovely 2 week holiday in Northumberland with our base being the delightful and very homely Chicken Coop cottage. During our stay we have taken advantaged of the property's many unique features including the logburner and its very...More
We were met by Tina, friendly and helpful, cottage was lovely and a welcome pack of wine 🍷chocolates and a delicious homemade Victoria sponge cake very nice 🍰
Logs for the log burner, and lots of other little touches that made our stay wonderful,
We booked the Holiday cottage at Elishaw Farm to try and see the Dark Skies. We arrived 23/01/18 and were welcomed by Tina. A home made sponge cake, fresh milk, bottle of wine and fresh eggs were in the cottage to greet us. A very...More
We stayed in Chicken Coop Cottage at Elishaw Farm Holiday Cottages for the Christmas week commencing 23rd December 2017.
The accommodation is situated in the Redesdale valley 2 miles north of Otterburn and 13 miles south of the Scottish border at Carter Bar.
Response from finchippe | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The cottages sit at a T junction with the main road to Jedburgh and there's a busy pub not far along to the north however probably not walking distance especially as it's such a busy road. The village of Otterburn is a... More
Hi, The cottages sit at a T junction with the main road to Jedburgh and there's a busy pub not far along to the north however probably not walking distance especially as it's such a busy road. The village of Otterburn is a few miles in the other direction and there's a pub there and a shop, however again it would be a fair walk. Easier by car or bike. Hope this helps