No extra charges for the fuel and power at this cottage
Bibra has a rural position
Try a short break
Winter short breaks can be booked at Bibra
This cottage has the towels and linen included
You have 1 bathrooms at Bibra
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Bibra
Reviews of Bibra
These are the reviews for Bibra. There are 17 reviews.
The accomodation is lovely and clean and in a great rural location for exploring the countryside on foot. It has everything you would need for a relaxing and very secluded break from the world. Nulty (September 2017)
A thoroughly enjoyable break. Location was excellent for getting along the wall and a good diversion for my husband who is having cancer treatment. A joy not to have a phone signal for anyone to bug us. Would recommend to anyone as warm and comfortable. Thanks for the wonderful break Mr Watson from Havant (November 2016)
This self catering cottage felt like a home away from home - a very welcome surprise as some self catering cottages are very sparse and not as homely but Bibra was absolutely lovely and very well priced. Countryside location was as expected. Mr Anderson from Solihull (June 2016)
A lovely little Cottage. Excellent location for exploring the area. Miss Palmer from Ipswich (July 2015)
We loved everything about our holiday. The cottage was lovely, the local area was beautiful and the locals are friendly. Miss Jones from Doncaster (October 2014)
The cottage was in an idyllic setting providing you like the peace and quiet - we loved it. The setting is in a lovely spot with beautiful scenery round about. Thanks for your recommendation. Mrs Wotherspoon from Crieff (September 2014)
The cottage was spotlessly clean and is compact enought for 2 people. The kitchen has everything you need and the bed is comfy. The only issue I had was the power from the shower is really low to the point of an almost dribble and it was really cold in the cottage and took a long time to heat up. Other than those minor niggles it is a great little cottage and good spot for getting out and about A FlipKey verified reviewer (August 2014)
Lovely cottage, nicely decorated, small but perfectly formed. Mrs Lyons from Middlesbrough (April 2014)
The peace and quiet was wonderful and the location was ideal for walking and relaxing. Mrs Hey from Shipley (May 2013)
The cottage was spotlessly clean and, although very compact, also very comfortable - very much home from home. Little touches, eg memory foam mattress and a bottle of wine, added to the welcome.Thank you for a lovely stay. Ms Ulyatt from Mansfield (March 2013)
Setting was wonderful. Bibra was very well equipped, well laid out and clean and tidy. Fantastic mattress, felt well rested. The complementary wine was a lovely touch. It was literally a case of walk in, unpack, ready to roll. A great base for sightseeing. A proper home from home, thank you. Mrs Hoskins from Catterick Garrison (August 2012)
Very near to Hadrian's wall, good for walking. Very quiet location, away from it all. Mrs Hawkes from Horsham (June 2012)
A very well presented small cottage in an ideal location for Hadrian's Wall. Mrs Parkin from Halifax (May 2012)
It was close to lots of interesting attractions, whilst remaining secluded enough to give us a peaceful escape. Overall, it was a perfect weekend break. Mr Baker from Aberdeen (February 2012)
The location was excellent for walking Hadrian's Wall and exploring locally. Mr Hughes from Kidderminster (September 2011)
Lovely cottage and ideally situated for excellent walking. We liked the close proximity to Hadrian's Wall and local tourist attractions. The locals were very friendly and helpful, in particular the landlady at the 'Samson Inn' which was ideally situated close to the cottage. Mr Cawdron from Poole (July 2011)
We loved the 5 nights at Bibra and would definitely return in the near future. It had everything we needed for our stay. Miss Covell from Newcastle Upon Tyne (June 2011)
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