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Cherry Tree House in Allendale, Northumberland

297
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 6
3 rooms
4 bathrooms

Cherry Tree House description

Holiday home
Cherry Tree House is a terraced cottage near the village of Allendale just eight miles from Allenheads. The cottage sleeps six people and has two king-size bedrooms, one with en-suite shower, one twin bedroom and sofa bed in the sitting room. Also in the cottage are a fitted kitchen, dining room and sitting room both with open fires. Outside is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed garden. Situated in Northumbria, Cherry Tree House is a lovely family holiday cottage to be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Area
The town of Allendale was once the centre of a busy lead mining area, and many relics of the mining era remain around the area. Allendale is ideally placed for access to Carlisle to the west, Hexham to the east or the Roman Wall just to the north. There are lots of walks and unspoilt villages in the area, which is an ideal location for exploring the surrounding countryside or travelling further north to the glorious Heritage Coastline.

Region
Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife.

Amenities
LPG central heating with open fires. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Gas and power inc. in rent. Fuel for open fires available to purchase locally. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed lawned garden with furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops, pubs and restaurants 2 mins walk. Note: Raised garden accessed via 5 external steps, care to be taken due to the drop and may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Dishwasher
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near pub

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Reviews

Mr Elsmore
October 2015
This was a fantastic property in an amazing location, the property was clean well equipped and a home from home.
Mrs Knowles
July 2016
An amazing house with so much space to spread ourselves out. It was very comfortable. The location is very central for everything we wanted to do and there are good eateries within walking distance.
Miss Harbottle
October 2015
The setting of the cottage was ideal in the heart of the village, the separate dinning room and lounge allowed for people to spread out and do there own thing. The kitchen was well set out and having a utility room was an extra bonus.
Mrs Brannigan
July 2013
Loved the property. Excellent value.
Mrs Downe
October 2013
The cottage was lovely, as was the village. Lots of amenities close by. The cottage was very warm.
Mrs Wicks
September 2013
This property is a very relaxed cottage in a really pretty village. Myself and my family had a really nice time here, even though the weather was not the best.
Mr Rammell-sime
August 2012
Lovely period cottage in a beautiful area. The village and local pubs are very good.
Mr Cronin-Hill
October 2012
The house is lovely, the location for us was just right: small town with everything you need on holiday. Walking is excellent in this area.
Mrs Collett
July 2012
A very roomy house, set in a lovely village in beautiful countryside.
Mr Bell
July 2012
Plenty of room. Clean and tidy. Multiple bathrooms. Located in a pleasant town with adequate facilities. Easy parking. Quiet neighbours.
Mrs Garvie
July 2012
A very spacious, warm cottage with plenty of room for everyone. Easy to keep clean during our stay even though we had a dog and were often wet and muddy. Good drying facilities.
Ms Silvester
September 2012
Very quaint town, with cottage right in the centre.
Mrs Nicholls
May 2011
Friendly, local pubs with homemade food and a wonderful area for dog walking. Quaint village with a Cotswold feel. Allendale is a hidden gem and not too far from Hadrian's wall.
Mrs Rigby
September 2011
Nice dog friendly cottage - our Lurcher felt quite at home. Good value for money.
Mrs Steer
May 2011
It was a very comfortable and well appointed house in a very nice place.
Mrs Loftus
February 2010
Cottage was friendly, well equipped and comfortable. Good family space. Nice tiny town, interesting and enjoyable walks, good places to eat in walking distance.
Mr Jackson
May 2012
Excellent location for exploring the local area. Villagers very friendly, three good pubs in the village. The residents of Allendale know how to demonstrate a real community spirit and our week away was thoroughly enjoyable.
Mrs O'Hara
April 2009
Spacious and very homely. The kitchen was well equipped and the oven was fab and the water pressure was incredible! An abundance of lovely fluffy towels.
Mr Taylor
June 2009
Easy to find and good location in centre of village
Mrs Mase
January 2010
Despite there being 12 inches of snow the roads into Allendale where clear. The house was very comfortable and cosy with plenty of room for the 6 adults. The village of Allendale is very pretty as is the surrounding area.
Mrs O'Reilly
April 2009
After visiting Northumberland for past 12 years, this is the first time we have stayed in this village. The village setting, pubs, locals and the cottage made this the most stress free time that we have spent near to Hexham. It was a wonderful holiday.
FamilyP77
April 2016
House was great good sized rooms and it was well positioned in centre of village. Beds were comfy for a change two of them were king sized doubles
Alan_490416
August 2016
Spacious and well equipped. Wifi was fast and reliable and the small enclosed rear garden catches the afternoon sun . All three bedrooms are large, the three bathrooms are among the best we have come across in self-catering properties. The property claims off-road parking for 2 cars but would take 3 at a pinch. Of the three pubs within strolling distance we rated the Golden Lion the best for food.
Guest
October 2013
Cherry Tree Cottage is an excellent base for a great break. It is a spacious cottage with lovely comfortable rooms, a real home away from home. Situated in the picturesque village of allendale we felt very welcome by the local people. It is also within easy driving distance to Newcastle and Carlisle. Overall we would thoroughly recommend Cherry Tree Cottage as a holiday destination.
Guest
December 2009
Having been revisiting this part of the world for over 10 years this was our first stay in the village of Allendale. A super cottage with very good facilities. Very comfortable in ideal spot. Tried to book again but work was being carried out so booked other accomadation in Allendale. Will definitely book this cottage again.
JMM
March 2010
Our stay in Allendale was lovely, there would have been lots of great walks and things to see but there was 30cm of snon, but all the main roads had been clearedand did not cause us any problems. The cottage was easy to find from the directions given, it was combfortably furnished with plenty of everything one would need. The back bedroom we found to be very cold, but it was -12c at the time and I'm sure in warmer tempretures it would be fine.It was our first visit to northumberland and we shall definatly be returning.
Guest
December 2012
The title says it all; it's comfortable, it's position/location makes it a wonderful base for a holiday, be it visiting the wall, walking, visiting industrial heritage, or just for a break to do nowt! 150yds from the front door there's a very good convenience store, a bakers van that parks in the square every day that sells more than passable cakes and roles, a tourist shop, two good tea rooms, three good pubs;one of them that does excelent food including 'gluten free,' and a co-op. As we said, we're trying to work out when we can return. Bum points - a loo role in every toilet would have been welcome, and the key holder; for which you open with a code, might be improved. But would we go back? Yes!
Guest
September 2011
Positives: Nice house and garden, plenty of room, well equipped. Lovely village and countryside.Bottle of wine on arrival. Negatives: It is in a village, not a town, there are few shops and no restaurants,disappointed there were only basic pubs to eat in, advert was misleading. House was dusty and dining room smelt strongly of dogs, which was not nice when eating. Had to make up second bed ourselves using a sheet from the other bed! Garden enclosed, but door from it was broken and wouldn't shut properly, various tradespeople in and out during week, so not private. Would have preferred soap and toilet roll to wine, save us having to go out and buy some straightaway!
Guest
November 2011
Good location,good pubs and local shops. Unfortunate we did find a mouse in the house and it could have been cleaner, but we enjoyed the log fire.
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