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Reviews of Ivy Cottage, Cornhill-on-Tweed

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Review by geoff clack on 3rd August, 2008

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very poor show by sellers. everything that could be bought could be got cheaper on the net. other than that quite good. but i went there to buy

Date visited: last time 2008

Review by John Morrissey on 9th April, 2007

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Ivy Cottage is in a breathtaking location with Alan and Doreen Johnson as fantastic hosts. Nothing is to much trouble and the total stay was a truly enjoyable, relaxing and memorable experience. We would have abolulutly no problem telling others about our stay, recommending it to others with the 5 stars that go along with it.

Date visited: 6th to the 8th April 2007

Review by Alan Beaumont on 20th September, 2006

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This is a great location for seeing Northumberland, and a stay which was made perfect by our hosts, Doreen and Alan, who could not have made us any more welcome if they tried. As guests we were privileged to stay in their wonderful home and were accepted like family or friends. Doreen not only served us the finest breakfast possible every day, but talked to us about interesting places to visit, since it was our first time in this area. Their professionalism shows through, since no detail was left unattended to. We hope to be back again soon. The location is quiet and is well placed for crossing the border into Scotland - Coldstream, or to the coast at Berwick on Tweed.

Date visited: 8-13 September

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