Guest Feedback for Harebell House

Our visitors’ book at Harebell House is great to read through over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and provide a wealth of recommendations on the best places to eat and visit, as well as some useful tips to benefit other guests. We also send Guest Surveys to all our guests after their holiday and some of their comments are listed here too.

Many guests have listed recommendations for the same lovely places, such as Warkworth Beach, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Barter Books, Holy Island and the Farnes, but for the sake of avoiding repetition in this particular format, we have omitted these recommendations, but they can still be read in full in the visitors’ books in Harebell House.

Absolutely beautiful house and would definitely stay again.Thanks for a really lovely family holiday.

Harebell House is a wonderful place to stay and has been a great base for our holiday in Northumberland. The house was very well equipped and had pretty much everything we needed for our week away. During our stay we visited the beaches at Beadnell and Newton. Beadnell play park and Whitehouse Farm Centre were a hit with our 5 and 3 year old! We ate delicious fish and chips from Neptunes in Seahouses, wood fired pizza from Embers and had a delicious dinner at The Joiners Arms and The Pack Horse Inn. Overall we have had a wonderful holiday and cant wait to come back!

What a beautiful house with everything you needed supplied! The village of Ellingham is small and quiet. We also enjoyed two great meals at The Pack Horse Inn at the end of the village which was a nice stroll away. We chose this property because it had good parking and the ability to walk to your evening meal without the need to drive. The welcome basket was all good with local jam included.

Harebell House is fabulous! Very well equipped, luxurious, and extremely comfortable. We loved it! The welcome basket was a lovely surprise, we weren’t expecting that.

Very clean, well presented property. It was also very well equipped. We liked the fact the welcome hamper had lots of local produce.

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