Baby Friendly Cottages In England To Rent
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David - verified booking
"My partner and I enjoyed our stay at S16308 Cottage. It is a traditional stone cottage, adjoining the owners' house and with pretty views forward. Access is by an uneven track (my low-slung sports car had no problems) and parking is above the cottage to the rear. Access to the cottage itself (60 metres) is by steepish steps or potentially slippery grassy slope so possibly not suitable for an elderly person, particularly since the internal stairs are also steep.The garden is pleasantly sunny in the right weather but shared with the owners, who have internal access via a couple of thin wooden doors ("locked"). Noise insulation is therefore poor and the owners' kitchen overlooks the cottage access, again limiting privacy. The cottage is also overlooked from the rear, where the site rises, and the bathroom has no frosted glass, another potential privacy issue. The central heating system is also shared with the owners, tenants having only limited control. The only additional heating is from the solid fuel stove in the sitting room. Wifi is available but insecure and proved intermittent.Decor, furnishings and tableware are pleasantly traditional and in good condition. The oven and microwave work well and appear recent. The bed/s (arranged as a double or singles on request) is/are comfortable and the duvet warm. Some floors are uneven, which might again be a problem for older folk. The rooms are all good sizes, which is not always the case with holiday cottages, and the owners are sensitive regarding their dogs. These are not unduly intrusive and well controlled. The owners welcome tenants with dogs but the cottage does not smell of dogs, another occasional holiday cottage problem.We were welcomed by the owner, shown around the cottage, and invited to ask if there was anything we needed - a pleasant touch these days. There was no 'welcome snack' - scones or whatever - and tenants will need to bring all basic foodstuffs, such as sugar, milk, etc.This part of the Cotswolds is really very interesting and attractive. It is an area which we have regularly driven through but never stayed to appreciate. There is however a great deal to see and enjoy and I would recommend others to do the same. Accepting the limitations of the cottage I would have no hesitation about booking it again."
Paula - verified booking
"S75463 is a beautiful and comfortable property, spacious and very well equipped and appointed. Very nice touches, like toiletries, dressing gowns, slippers, and a nice food parcel including bottles of prosecco and beer. Naomi (the owner) visited the evening we arrived and was quick to address a couple of minor issues such as light bulbs not working and the washing machine door which had been broken by the previous tenants (it was already booked for repair, and indeed was repaired the day after we arrived). I only have a couple of minor niggles; one was a lack of storage in some of the bedrooms (eg. no drawer space) which seemed odd given that the rooms were all easily large enough to accommodate a chest of drawers! Also, in the kitchen, the crockery/glass/cutlery supply was more than ample, but we did note a lack of large pans, which was strange given that the house sleeps 16. The largest saucepan was only just big enough for one packet of pasta. There was a large heavy wok and some Le Creuset cookware but none of this could be used on the induction hob, only the Aga, and it was very heavy to lift. Minor issues though - it's a lovely property and I'm sure anyone holidaying there will have a great week!We visited the nearby pub (Lydd Arms) a couple of times including once for dinner. They were very friendly, although because we were such a big group we had to pre-order our food 1-2 days which took a bit of organisation."
Jennifer - verified booking
"A lovely spacious, and comfortable house. A thoughtful welcome tray with milk, cake and biscuits to enjoy on arrival. It was very well equipped with fluffy towels and plenty of crockery so that the dishwasher didn't have to be put on after every meal!Lots of leaflets and books giving information about the area. Carolyn and George were across the yard and were friendly and informative but never intrusive. A nice patio area with seating just outside the house and a small garden with drying whirlygig. A car is essential for the property but it is well placed for visiting the coast, different parts of the Broads and Norwich with Postwick Park and Ride off the A47 making it easy to reach the centre of Norwich without having to find parking. The local Mace shop (less than a mile away and open till 9pm) has a Post Office and stocks just about everything - from food and drink to hairbrushes and shaver sockets! We have been using self-catering properties for holidays for nearly 45 years and S17685 certainly rates as one of the best we've ever used. We don't often revisit an area but if we did go back to the Broads, we wouldn't hesitate to book S17685 again."
Maggie - verified booking
"As soon as we walked in to S17255 we were amazed by how spacious and homely it felt. The living room is huge and has a large open fire. The kitchen is well equipped with a range cooker, large fridge and a freezer with a microwave as well. There is a large dining room with a table that seats 10; this room also has a working open fire. The downstairs bathroom has a shower and a washing machine. There is a lovely conservatory that looks out into a large garden. Through the doors it leads to the annexe which has a twin room and en-suite bathroom with a very good shower. Upstairs there is a very large family bathroom and one en-suite bedroom and two other good sized bedrooms one had a double and a single bed and the other was a twin room. We went for Christmas so it was cold but there was a heater that gave out a lot of heat. We took two young children as well as a baby with us and the fact that there was so much room was really good for when someone wanted time out in a quiet space! It is an amazing place to stay with a group of family or friends."
Thomas - verified booking
"A lovely place to stay for wonderful walks along the beach, the Undercliff Walk, straight down to Brighton Marina and Brighton Town Center. Just as well you can go for long walks in the countryside. The Cottage itself is beautiful and in a very good state. All electrical equipment is in a perfect state, Wifi is top. The bathroom is small, but nice and the shower works like a charm. Beds are perfect and the enclosed garden is a lovely place to enjoy a good cup of coffee or a nice BBQ. Rottingdean itself is very traffic polluted, moving along the streets as a pedestrian isn´t very pleasurable.Parking in the garage should be easy for Smarts or Minis, but not for SUVs. But there is enough free parking space up the road. Mind you, a long way up the road... ;-) No, it´s ok, you might have to walk 200 m or so.Once we had parked our car, we left it there all week and got us a Network Saver Bus ticket for roundabout 22 GPB a week. Cheaper and much more pleasurable than going into town by car.Would we come back to Rottingdean and S26240? Yes, any time!"