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We stayed in Chicken Coop View cottage and had a brilliant time. The cottages allow dogs and have a great area to walk down to the River Rede.
A delicious homemade cake was provided as well as fresh eggs from the chickens.
The cottage is...More
Really exceptional little find! We're from Northumberland but had never noticed this little gem before - the finish in the place is just beautiful, and fresh eggs provided were a nice touch. Table tennis table, board games galore, and a log fire meant that rainy...More
We visited Elishaw farm Holiday cottages on Friday 10th of March. Taking advantage of the ‘Cosy Break’ offer of 3 nights for £215. (Plus small fee to bring our two dogs)
This offer included flowers, chocolates and a bottle of wine (choice of red or...More
We stayed in Chicken Coop Cottage from 20/02/2017 for 6 nights. On arrival there was a homemade Victoria Sponge cake on the table, half a dozen fresh eggs, a vase full of daffodils and some milk in the fridge. A nice touch that the log...More
fantastic for stargazing (very dark skies) and the location is beautiful and tranquil. Lovely and quiet, but only an hour's drive to the coastline, and only 40 minutes drive to Kielder Observatory and Hadrian's Wall. We stayed in Chicken Coop (4 of us) which was...More
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How far to nearest village?
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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