Goswick Old Farm Cottage - Northumberland, Sleeps 5
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Goswick Old Farm Cottage - Goswick, Nr Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England - Sleeps 5

Goswick Old Farm Cottage

Old Farm Cottage is a spacious self catering holiday cottage situated in a tranquil, enviable location, close to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the beautiful historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. It is perfect for exploring the spectacular Northumberland Heritage Coast, Cheviot Hills, and also the beautiful Scottish Borders nearby, offering fantastic scenery, excellent walking and quaint towns to visit.

The cottage is situated approximately five miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed in a peaceful location.  It is the owners’ personal holiday home, and a perfect place to escape from the pressures of every day life.  It offers the opportunity to enjoy miles of beautiful beaches within minutes’ walk from the cottage, yet also offers the shops and amenities of Berwick within a short drive.

The garden is enclosed and provides a safe place to relax whilst taking in the sea air.  There are also riding stables and a links golf course within walking distance.

The cottage is very spacious and beautifully decorated to a high standard and with a lovely log burner and gas central heating, it is ideal all year round.

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  • Log Burner
  • Waterside Location
  • Beach Nearby
  • Garden/Outside Area
  • Golf Nearby
  • Off-Road Parking
  • DVD
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Microwave
  • Video
  • CD Player
  • Shower
  • Bath
  • Cot
  • Horse Riding Nearby

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Accommodation comprises:

Ground floor

  • Entrance porch with coat pegs and shoe rack.
  • Spacious lounge and dining room with original beamed ceilings providing the perfect place to relax throughout your stay. The open plan room has a fantastic feature inglenook fireplace which houses a large stove. It also offers two comfortable sofas and an oak dining table with leather dining chairs. There is a widescreen television with freeview digibox, DVD player and a video recorder, along with a selection of DVDs and videos provided.
  • Fully fitted kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge-freezer, washer-drier and microwave oven. There is also a health grill and smoothie maker/juicer. The kitchen is equipped with various cooking utensils and a selection of cookery books are provided.
  • Family bathroom which has a white suite comprising of a bath with shower over, toilet and hand washbasin within a vanity unit.
  • Spacious ground floor bedroom with beamed ceiling and en-suite shower room with an electric powered shower, full size hand washbasin and toilet. This room has two single beds with comfortable pocket sprung mattresses.

First Floor - Both first floor bedrooms are accessed via their own staircases.

  • Double bedroom with attractive sloped ceiling with original beams and a recessed window seat with cushions from which you can relax and enjoy the views of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the Northumberland coast.
  • Single bedroom with window seat and cushions from which to enjoy the views.

Outdoors - There is an enclosed garden, with patio furniture, to the front of the cottage where you can sit and relax. Within the enclosed garden there is parking space for two cars. However, there is ample additional parking in front of the cottage.

Additional information:  High chair and hair dryer provided.

Prices for 7 nights:
Low Season from £350
Mid Season from £495
High Season from £595
Peak Season £650

Key details:
Pets: No
Smoking: No
Children: Yes
Changeover Day: Saturday
Payment options:
Please enquire with owner

Bedroom configuration:
Sleeps 5 people in 3 bedrooms (1 Twin, 1 Double, 1 Single)

Owner's details:
Owner: Wendy Atkinson click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.

Goswick Old Farm Cottage joined Independent Cottages in July 2008

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Thank you for your interest in the old farm cottage. we hope that you take the opportunity to experience the beauties of unspoilt northumbria in this lovely location.

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Reviews and Testimonials for Goswick Old Farm Cottage

2nd-8th July 2011
We have really enjoyed our week here-one of the best holiday homes we’ve stayed in (and we’ve stayed in many!) Peaceful, warm and comfortable…log fires every evening, even though we didn’t need them!! To those who follow…ENJOY!
Jane, Paul and Lizzie, Hampshire.
June 25th – July 2nd 2011
A lovely week away in a beautiful location. Will definitely be returning....
Andy and Rob, Bath
May 29th – June 4th 2011
We had a lovely time…and some fabulous hot weather too! We absolutely loved the coastal path. The cottage is so comfortable and welcoming. Thanks!
Sinnott family, London
May 21st- May 28th 2011
We have had a great holiday despite the changeable weather! The cottage is in a great spot for exploring the area. Thank you!
The Cole family.
16th April – 23rd April 2011
The weather has been so kind to us, making it a perfect week for explorations! Speak to the locals they have some great knowledge of the area. A great cottage, good location and a wonderful place for a relaxing week.
The Stott family.
February half term 2011
We had a lovely holiday here. The cottage is fabulous and the location amazing. We lacked nothing and enjoyed everything. Thanks.
The Hudsons
23rd October – 31st October 2010
Many thanks for a fantastic cottage in which to spend a great holiday! Definitely the best stocked self-catering cottage we have ever stayed in, all the creature comforts we could ask for! Our favourite parts of the cottage were…the fire and the window seats, where we sat and had spectacular views of the sunrise over Holy Island. The cottage is lovely and cosy and a fantastic time was had by all.
Paul and Alison Rosthall and family (family of 3 generations)
September 3rd – September 10th 2010
We thoroughly enjoyed our break at Goswick…the cottage certainly has a lovely location. It was just like home from home, very clean and comfortable. I can’t think of anything you don’t have in there. Thanks again for all of your efforts to accommodate us and make us feel so welcome.
Joan Spragg, Prudhoe, Northumberland (family of 3 generations)
Fabulous week, great weather until last day! Long walks along the beach which was empty. Loved Bamburgh Castle and Lindisfarne, both well worth a trip.
If you like a stiff walk, go to Wooler and follow sign up to the Cheviots and Langleeford. Climb up The Cheviot (814m) or Hedgehope Hill (714m) – all in Northumberland National Park – great views but exhausting!
Berwick on Tweed is lovely. A very happy holiday and loved the house, Thanks.
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Lovely cottage, we enjoyed it all. Had a great couple of “beach” days at Coldingham (near St Abbs) – good cliff walking. Great day at Bamburgh and cycled to Holy Island from the cottage another day. Alnwick gardens – always great for young kids (take swimmers!)
Thanks !
David, Andrea, Den & Ed
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Despite the inclement weather, we had the best holiday in years in this fantastic area! We would like to revisit all of the places we went to this year as there is still so much to do.
We recommend: Holy Island’s nature reserve, Conundrum Farm, Hershel Country Park, Etal wall castle and railway and the Farne Islands.
Sadly we weren’t so successful with the fire and wouldn’t survive long on “I’m a celebrity get me out of here!” Oh well it was fun trying but the cottage was lovely.
J, T, C, J
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Fantastic holiday though I’m sure the Northumbrian weather helped!
Beautiful beaches- sandy at Goswick and fossils at Cocklawburn! We found Goswick golf club to be very hospitable and welcoming after many years of not playing golf!!!
We ate at a lot of places but we would certainly recommend the Blue Bell at Belford and the Oxford Farm shop and tea rooms at Oxford.
Loved the cottage itself, ideal location for a peaceful break yet close enough to explore the local area.
D, K, J and J.
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We had a really relaxing week; the cottage was ideal for us, especially with good facilities for Nan and a teenage family.
The beach walk was lovely for this time of year and the weather was great.
Our 13 year old son is now an expert fire maker and kept us warm all week!
The area is remote and really suited us as we needed some time to “chill” from our hectic lives.
The cottage has been a delight and we have enjoyed our week.
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Lovely cottage enjoyed the space and stove, appreciated the comfortable sofas and beds. I recommend Pease Bay and the nature reserve. Good weather for February.
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A mixed family of 5, enjoyed the warmth of the fire and comfort of the house…..Lovely! Wonderful sunny weather contributed to the short holiday along with the long sandy beaches. We will be back!

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Thank you for your interest in the old farm cottage. we hope that you take the opportunity to experience the beauties of unspoilt northumbria in this lovely location.