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Description from manager

Description from manager

Bedrooms 2 / Sleeps 4 / House
Bedrooms: 2  Sleeps: 4  Type: House
EMBLETON COTTAGE, family friendly, character holiday cottage, with open fire in
TripAdvisor property ID 2399271

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Book this 2 bedroom house in Embleton today! A total of 4 people can sleep here comfortably.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 5 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $453 to as high as $1253, depending on travel dates.

The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 17, 2017.

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About the manager

About the manager

Sykes Cottages
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Calendar last updated:
17 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Embleton Attractions

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General


  • Linen provided
  • Washing machine

Property Features


  • High chair

Kitchen


  • Fridge

Entertainment


  • TV

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (5)

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“A lovely cottage within walking distance of fabulous beaches”

Reviewed 25 Sep 2013

We enjoyed lovely weather for our stay in Embleton Cottage in July this year. We have visited Northumberland many times, and in our view this area is the best on the coast, as it is within easy reach of Craster, Alnwick and Bamburgh, our favourite places, along with wonderful beaches and coastal walks. The cottage is situated right next door to the pub, which is rarely open, but we were able to enjoy a pint in our own sunny garden, followed by dinner outside. There is a small garden table and chairs, not mentioned in the cottage details. Although the cottage is on the roadside, it is a very quiet position. The kitchen/diner is very well equipped and the lounge is comfortably furnished and quite big enough for four adults. The lovely big master bedroom has a very small, very compact but fully functioning en-suite shower room. The beautiful, spacious main bathroom is the only room upstairs. We felt that the second, twin, bedroom was very small and better suited to two children than adults, particularly as access to the main bathroom was across the lounge, through the kitchen and up a flight of stairs - quite a trek in the middle of the night. Embleton has a couple of pubs and a small but well stocked shop just around the corner. Visit the mobile chippy on Tuesday evenings for very good fish and chips, and don't forget Robsons of Craster for kippers, crabs and other seafood.

“Catching up with family”

Reviewed 18 Dec 2009

Embleton is a wonderful peaceful, safe village, the cottage was just what we wanted, we watched the fireworks for November 5th from the front garden, the weather was fantastic for the time of year. It's quite easy to pick up the A1 for visits further North and Alnwick, a very quaint town within easy reach. Of course I'm biased I was born in Northumberland and just think its the most wonderful county. There isn't anything I can find fault with.

“Peaceful week at Easter”

Reviewed 18 Dec 2009

Our second visit to this charming cottage with its individual layout. The village and location once agin provided the perfect respite from a hectic city life. Local eating places remain outstanding and a real reason to go back again and again.

“excellent”

Reviewed 18 Dec 2009

a very plesant spot, even when the weather is not great. comfortable cottage with more or less everything you need. very helpful and unobtrusive management

“THE Cottage in October 2009”

Reviewed 17 Dec 2009

This holiday started from the time I telephoned the owner to say, we were coming. The cottage is in an excellent position, and the village is everything you could want. A relaxing yet very interesting historical and picturesque area. Walk on the beach or paddle in the water Embleton has the best beach ever. The walk to Craster via Dunstanburgh Castle is yet to be beaten - IT IS FANTASTIC!. The only downside is having to leave.

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