Holiday Cottages In Adbaston To Rent
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Christopher - verified booking
"This is not a purpose built holiday cottage, nor even a major recent modernisation/adaption of a rural barn as holiday accommodation. It is what it says on the tin - the wing of large significant grade 2* historic mansion. It therefore has the strengths and weaknesses of that status, but the strengths far outweigh the weaknesses. It is spacious, even grand, particularly in its generously proportioned principal sitting-room; but, despite this, even in the depths of winter - we used it over Christmas - it was always warm. Not true of the basement games room with its full-size snooker table and table tennis table which was difficult to heat adequately at the coldest time of the year; but, presumably, would be fine at other times. The kitchen was well equipped with crockery, cutlery, glasses and utensils - with more than enough to continue to meet current needs while the dishwasher was in action. The cooker was fine for general use, but slightly inadequate in size for major complicated cooking for a Christmas celebration meal for 10. There is at normal times a huge range of visitor attractions within easy range, but like everywhere else these are reduced at Christmas, but for a place to be cosy and friendly in as a party it's great, and there are good vigorous walking opportunities. Our host, the mansion owner, was very welcoming - a huge decorated Xmas tree was provided and gifts of flowers and wine, plus an invitation to the main house for drinks on Boxing Day. Very interesting and engaging to talk to. I have nothing but admiration for the efforts of the current and last generation of the family to gradually and painstakingly restore and revive a grand mansion which once saw better days and in the 20th century nearly failed. We thoroughly enjoyed a different experience not usually available under a 'country cottage' label!"
christina - verified booking
"This was our 3rd visit to this lovely old farmhouse, which we have previously enjoyed staying at with our family. However on this occasion we felt that nothing had been improved upon since our last stay 5 years previous, with regards to repair and updating the property. We have felt very much at home here but now feel that things could have been better. The broken chair in kitchen, broken window taped up in bedroom, pool cues in games room broken, pool balls missing, table tennis bats in bad condition, dishwasher not working properly, grubby furniture in lounge & large bedroom, DVD on blink and no locks on bathrooms just a few things to mention, all of which were in need or repair/replacement on our last visit. Uncomfortable sofa bed in downstairs bedroom, & both showers needed attention. Also we reported mice at the property which were seen on a regular daily basis, which is unacceptable. Would also suggest highlighting the steps in the property as these are dangerous for elderly & also young children. We felt this was such a shame as we have loved staying here on previous occasions and we held it in regard as a special place for our family visits. With TLC & refurbishment this property could be a wonderful retreat for family holidays, but feel that now the time has come for some very much updating and improvement."
Paul - verified booking
"We stayed at this location in 2011 and it is still as nice but with little change. The downstairs facilities were used by my elderly mother who has limited mobility. She was very pleased and it would be suitable for other guests who are restricted. The house is really spacious, clean and the welcome basket was appreciated. We understand the owner is waiting for a suitable opportunity to decorate as the paintwork needs a little care. Our only disappointment was the games room. We used a screwdriver to tighten the screws on the cushions of the pool table as they were loose. The football table is unplayable as the footballers are held on with tape and one had half his body detached. Whilst I know new facilities are expensive and certainly not necessary a good solid glue and a little love and tender care could get then back to workable. The games room is a real treat. We had a great stay and despite the above which are easily resolved we would return again(3rd time) for a big family occasion."
Mrs New - verified booking
"Although it was clear that this was a farm and dogs had to be on a lead because of this, it would be extremely easy for a secure area to be outside the front of the property as there was a lot of area which could be used. The kitchen, which is very big, and items in it were not clean and until we bought them, there was no dishwasher tablets, rinse aid, hand wash, washing up liquid etc available. At least four of the mugs in the kitchen had chips around the rim. There were a few empty plastic containers with next to nothing in them. There were quite a few small issues, batteries not working, lightbulbs not working and the shower continually dripped. S6610 was huge and has the potential to be a really lovely place to stay and it was a shame that these issues rather tainted the stay. The location was fine as we had visits to make both in Wales and further in Shropshire."
Tiffany - verified booking
"It's such a shame because the cottage is gorgeous, the hot tub is great but it is too close to the main road. Every time a car passes by, the whole place vibrates. It would probably be ok if you are used to traffic but I found it very difficult to relax or sleep. I'd also booked this cottage because it was 2 bedroom but one of the bedrooms was locked on arrival. I think it was because the bed was faulty but closing the room did make the cottage feel quite small and affected how I rated the cottage on value for money. I don't think we would have paid as much as we did for a 1 bedroom cottage. We did request for it to be unlocked on the last night to give us more space and that was done for us. We appreciated the effort the owner went to to return a charger we had left in the cottage and have included that in the ratings."