• We had an absolutely fantastic time in Budle Falls.  It is our fist time in Northumberland and we loved it so much we have booked to come back in the summer!  The farm and cottage is fantastic for kids, dogs and adults alike.” Julie and family, October 2014

    Julie and family, October 2014. - Budle Falls

    “A great bolt hole, a lovely relaxing week with plenty of walking along the sandy beaches.”

    Roger and family, November 2013 - Budle Haugh

  • “We’ve had a wonderful few days here at Budle Haugh. Being greeted with a bag of marshmallows was pure heaven! Allison and family have thought about everything and as her son said on our first afternoon “Have Fun!” – we have! The Illy Coffee from Noel at Wyndenwell is a must, so are his ice-creams. We were thrilled that Billy Shiels’ boat trips allowed pooches on board!  A real family trip to the Farne islands! We love the interiors in this cottage and the log burner has made it really cosy – thank you.”

    Joe and family, October 2013 - Budle Haugh

    “A most enjoyable relaxing break away, beautiful house. Our 18 month old settled in very well. We can recommend the steaks an pork pies form Carters!  We hope to come back again.”

    Lee and family, October 2013 - Budle Haugh

  • “We were immediately impressed by this wonderful cottage and it’s lovely surroundings. The little details such as the age appropriate toys for our son; the tour of the grounds and introduction to the animals are what made this holiday a cut above anywhere else we’ve stayed. Our lad particularly loved feeding the ducks and pigs.  Our favourite places were Alnwick Gardens (don’t forget a change of clothes for the kids!); Barter Books – my personal favourite – I could have stayed all day; Low Newton beach – enjoyed a nice drink in The Ship Inn after; Our son loved riding the train at Ford and Etal.  All in all a fantastic holiday and we shall definitely return one day!  Thank you.”

    Shaun and family, September 2013 - Budle Falls

    “Amazing break. Fantastic cottage. The children enjoyed feeding the animals, building and castles at the beach, fish and chips in Seahouses, ad Bamburgh castle with its beautiful views. Holy Island worth a visit  beautiful views. Seahouses Swallow Fish Shop very, very fresh and tasty smoked kippers and cod! We drove to Alnwick to go to the Treehouse but it was full – you need to book in advance. Allison and her family were very helpful and lovely people. We’ve had a wonderful time! Thank you very much!”

    Nigel and family, February 2014 - Budle Haugh

  • “Great cottage in a wonderful location. Thank you Allison for al the extra touches which made it really special. Our daughter loved all the toys, especially the kitchen and ice cream parlour in the wendy house (not forgetting the tractor!).”

    Megan and family, August 2013 - Budle Haugh

    “Super cottage and the girls really enjoyed playing with Allison’s children. Just sorry that we could only make a short visit.”

    Sally and family, October 2013 - Budle Haugh

  • “We have really enjoyed staying in your lovely cottage which has been very comfortable and has met all our needs. We really loved the beach at Ross because it is so unspoilt and the sand is lovely, plus the beach is quiet.  We also liked the beaches at Newton by the Sea and Bamburgh. Alnwick Gardens is fantastic for the kiddies – take along their swimming costumes and towels!  Bamburgh Castle is very beautiful and has an interesting aviation museum there as well. If you can find out when the lifeboat at Seahouses has a practice launch (usually early evening) and watch it while you have some fish and chips!  The fish and chips at The Bunker are lovely. The Swallow Fish Shop is a good place to buy some fresh fish to cook. The veg in Seahouses sells good quality produce. Trotters bakery is also good for tasty bread and cakes. Carters butchers in Bamburgh sell lovely bangers!”

    Edwina and family, August 2013 - Budle Haugh

    Our first time on the farm, but definitely not our last. We love this part of the workd and thoroughly enjoyed our few days; walking on the beaches, exploring the farm” and sipping tea and coffee (…and beer and wine!?!) Thank you for making us feel so welcome – it means a lot. Thanks for the extras too – and our son loved it here! Highlights? Low Newton to Dunstanburgh on the Beach, Craster to Howick and of course, Bamburgh – stunning (oh, and the Shoreline Café in Craster – nice cake!)

    Jude and family, March 2014 - Budle Falls