Holiday Cottages In Borough Of Bury To Rent
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Pat - verified booking
"The cottage was easy to find and in a good location. We were disappointed to be greeted with a request for a £150 deposit on arrival at the pub, which is where we collected the keys. There was no explanation as to what this was for and when we found a nasty burn mark on the carpet in one of the bedrooms I felt the need to photograph it and call back into the pub to report it. Whilst I have stayed in properties on occasion that have asked for deposits they have always been fully explained and itineraries provided. This led to us feeling a little uneasy all week wondering if our money would be refunded back after we left. All there was indicating this deposit was required was a one liner in the description at the bottom of the notes and not clear how it would be imposed? The money has been refunded, but I would say for future reference this should be explained when booking the property and not on the day of arrival, so there are no surprises. Once settled into the cottage, whilst everything is nice and new we found the atmosphere a little impersonal and sterile probably because of its newness. Everything worked properly, although instructions for appliances were a little scattered about and I put them all together in the folder. There was also little information about things to do in the local area, but we had the internet so were able to look things up to see where to go and what was open. We did find that we ran out of cutlery regularly, particularly the tea spoons as there were only 5. There was also nothing to put any food in to heat things up in the microwave, so we ended up just using the crockery. This meant we put the dishwasher on more regularly and did think it would've been more of a problem if there'd been more of us as we were only 2. We enjoyed the view of the ducks and brook running along the front of the cottage from the bedroom window, but did struggle with the very large blind which bowed in the middle when lifted and we were worried it may break under the weight. It didn't, but something to look at to perhaps reinforce for the future? Apart from that we enjoyed our stay and the surrounding countryside was stunning with exceptional autumnal colours for the season. A great base to see Derbyshire at its best."
Louise - verified booking
"we booked for a 4 night new year break arriving 30th December at 230pm , we returned home the following morning at 930am on 31st December . The cottage was very cold despite heating on . The bedroom was to small for the size of bed and my husband burnt his leg getting out of the bed to go the bathroom as there was a tiny space between wall and bed. . The bathroom was uncomfortably small. there was no heating in the hall or on landing meaning everytime u came up or down stairs or was freezing and u had to keep living room door closed. It was advertised as having freeview tv and wifi we couldnt get either and were told on return home its due to area but this wasant stated in the write up .have stated in numerous 1 bed cottages/barn conversions lodges and static caravans and never had any problems with size or heating. In the guest book there were several reviews mentioning heating insufficient for the cottage . there are nicer accomodations to visit and spend your monedy on I wouldn't recommend this cottage to couples."
Victoria - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay in S37387! It is a lovely period apartment on two levels, decorated to a high standard with a lot of care. All the bedding, kitchen equipment etc were of a much higher standard than we usually find in a holiday home. Because of this, we did a lot of cooking in the apartment - there was a Waitrose nearby. There were also plenty of good restaurants within a couple of minutes' walk - we would especially recommend the Thai restaurant. Buxton itself is an attractive market town. We spent a day exploring, and we went to the Opera House for a play one evening. We spent the other days further afield, visiting local caves, eating Bakewell pudding, seeing Chatsworth House etc. There are also a lot of good walking routes but the weather wasn't nice when we were there, so we'll save that for another time. When we arrived home, being in such a beautiful holiday home has inspired me to redecorate our own home soon! Thank you to Jane for such a great welcome and a lovely home for a week."
Ian - verified booking
"As you would expect from a new property everything was immaculate, clean and in good order and we loved it. However, having said that there were one or two niggles but not enough to detract from our stay. Cooking equipment is limited and the TV's did not broadcast the usual TV channels. Although there was new housing being constructed behind the property we were not disturbed by the noise but it did appear that the builders parked in at least one of the allocated parking spaces during the day. There was limited information relating to use of dustbins such as recycling and bin collection which would have been useful for the previous occupants as we did spent some time sorting the bins into their appropriate usage. The staff at the Queens Arms pub were very friendly and served some good real ales (bonus) which we made the most of. We have no problems recommending the property and would like to return."
Ian - verified booking
"We enjoyed our time in S16569 - however, at our age we did find the sofa rather low and my wife had difficulty getting up from it! That said the property was well appointed and kitted out. When we first used the washing machine the machine would not spin and dry the clothes. This was because the water drain was blocked with what looked like tissue paper pulp and bits of plastic, which we were able to clean out from the front access point. Regrettably, we also found that the top part of the dishwasher was not working and the crockery was not cleaned. This was due to the internal water feed pipe from the from the bottom rotor point had been knocked and was disconnected from its mounting. Once found this was easy to sort out as it just needed to be pushed home. In both these instances once the minor problems had been sorted out the appliances worked fine."