Testimonials

Renner Cottages visitor reviews

Mr M

Myself and my family thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Your accommodation is first class and definitely would recommend it to other people, It exceeded our expectations with the high class accommodation. I will definitely be coming back.

Thank you for your lovely comments, we are glad you enjoyed your stay in Bellshill Bothy

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Our third visit to this lovely place and I’m sure it won’t be our last. We’ve had a fantastic week again just chilling and re-charging our batteries.

Thank you Mr & Mrs P, Yorkshire, Feb 2018

Rating: 5 out of 5.

It’s sooooo peaceful at the Bellshill Farm.

Thank you Mr & Mrs Jackson, Brighton, March 2019

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A beautiful location to explore a beautiful part of the Country. We’ve had lovely warm sunny days explore the beaches. Would highly recommend a walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle, followed by lunch at the Jolly Fisherman. Thank you to lovely hosts.”

Thank you Lewis Family, April 2019

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Great Accommodation to explore the Border and Northumberland, Great Place to chill and relax before getting back to daily life. Saw lots of deer, heard the owl and the night starry sky is amazing

Thank you Parker Family, Aug 2020

Thank you to our lovely visitors

2 thoughts on “Testimonials”

  1. Stayed at Bellshill Bothy 17th-24th April 21.
    My family and i throughly enjoyed our stay.
    The bellshill is a stunning lodge, with all high spec fittings.
    The lodge is out of this world and is defently worth booking.
    As we drove up to the lodge, the first things we said is WOW.
    It’s so peaceful and relaxing staying here.
    It was very nice to see the dear and the hares playing in the grounds.
    My favourite attraction for me was the sheep coming up to the lodge saying hello.
    I would definitely be booking this accommodation again.

  2. We had a wonderful week at the Tower in June with our dog and are booking for next June now! It’s an idyllic situation and ideal location for exploring the area.

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