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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.
spent a week here over new year. We had an amazing time. The self catering cottages had everything you need. They were immaculate. On arriving there was a bottle of wine, after eight mints and some sweet mice pies awaiting for us. The fire was...More
We recently stayed in this fabulous cottage. The cottage was spotlessly clean and we'll equipped. Everything we could have asked for.
Alan & Tina are really friendly and helpful.
On arrival Tina had left us fresh eggs from their chickens,fresh flowers and a very tasty...More
This was the most enjoyable and relaxing holiday destination we have experienced in the UK. Firstly, we like going on holiday with our dog, but up until now finding somewhere suitable hasn’t been easy. Elishaw Farm has been by far the most perfect dog friendly...More
We stayed in Farmhouse cottage from the 12th - 19th August. When we arrived we discovered the cottage in lovely surroundings just bordering the national park. The cottage was very cosy and catered for all of us. Books, board games, WiFi and table tennis in...More
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