Holiday Cottages In Bridgend Of Lintrathen To Rent
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John - verified booking
"As a retired couple with a small poodle, we shared the cottage for a meet up with our daughter, partner and 7 month old baby grand daughter. A high chair and cot were provided free of charge and there was plenty of space and comfort in the three reception rooms and dining kitchen. The three large bedrooms were set out so that we were not disturbed at night - we want one of those mattresses. We even coped well with the single bathroom as there is a separate toilet.The garden was a delight with two seating areas, posh swing and summer house. We enjoyed the wide variety of spring flowers and shrubs and it would be even sweeter when the roses bloom and the sun comes out!It is an old cottage but we met the owner Sue and she keeps it very clean and well decorated. It is one of the best equipped cottage we have stayed in but not at all cluttered, until we spread out our things that is.We found the working village and its people charming, with small swings close by and a lovely walk along the old mineral line to Watchet suitable for a large pushchair. This is not to be confused with the preservation steam railway which it runs alongside and a must for a visit to Minehead or further afield. There is another good pushchair walk and clean toilets at Dunster Beach with linnets and migrating whimbrel to add interest. The younger ones took themselves off to explore Exmoor for an afternoon, whilst we caught up with sleep and dipped into the interesting array of books.Five minutes to Williton affords all you need for everyday shopping and fish and chips and a good pub. We did not sample the local places for main meals but there is plenty of choice and we had light bites at Dunster (village and National Trust), Kilver and we found a delightful place in Minehead town (blue sun shades), that even took our dog.Parking was ample just over the river, and we also found it convenient to use "on street parking" or the village hall car park during the day for a small charge. Altogether a memorable family holiday."
Kevin - verified booking
"Lovely people running a busy farm. Remember this cottage is right in the heart of the working farm, cow barn full of cows a few feet away from the cottage which we did not mind! Electric heaters and a wood burner for heating which had to be left in all the time to keep the place warm. Heater not working in bathroom so damp and black mold which was not nice and not pleasant to have a bath or shower. Nice touch that they have logs in the garage we can use and nice large log burner. Only down side was the bed very uncomfortable but nice pillows, cold bathroom and the place needed a good clean. ( log burner needed cleaning out before we could use and the cooker was really dirty) (I had to pull the knobs off and give it a good clean) Apart from that it was worth the money we paid for the hire for the week and as I said the owners were very welcoming and nice. If the above Problems were sorted it would be a really nice place to stay. It’s located down a long drive from the village to the farm (about 800 mts)Great views over the village, the rolling hills, blue anchor beach and wales across the sea around 15 miles away. We would book again and hope the problems are addressed. I would say it’s more a 2-3 star not a 4 star.Dunster, blue anchor, exmoor, minehead etc all close so lots to see. I recommend this place for a break."
C M - verified booking
"Location was very good and the cottage was comfortable. However, the cooking utensils & dishes were not sufficient if cooking for self. The washing machine dispenser drawer needs a good clean, as does the door. It was so grubby that we could not use it. The ensuite to the double bedroom needs a deep clean. There was a build up of "gunge" around the bath, the shower screen, the shower holder etc. The amount of debris that fell from under the toilet rim when I used the toilet brush was nauseating. Indeed, it appeared that the owner had forgotten to clean the bathroom prior to our arrival: There was an empty, dusty bleach bottle on the ledge next to a dusty bottle of bathroom cleaner. I cleaned the basin myself. The bin had not been emptied.. amongst other things there were used and discarded sanitary items. ...This is the first holiday let we have used where there was no toilet roll left for initial use. There were few if any instructions regarding equipment - microwave, oven etc. An impressive magazine rack contained out of date brochures. Many of the local information leaflets were several years old. Overall we did not feel welcome..it was as if the owners were just interested in hiring the cottage."
CAROL - verified booking
"The apartment at Langland Manor was beautifully appointed, the furnishings etc were all of a very high quality and all the little extras on arrival were very much appreciated...bara brith, bowl full of fruit, milk and juice etc, etc.The kitchen has no window and as we had such lovely weather could be a little hot, also quite dark. It was very well equipped and this is just a comment not a criticism.There are coastal walks in both directions from the bay, and the surrounding area of the Gower peninsula is beautiful.We visited the Langland brasserie several times, for an early evening drink, lunch and dinner...there was a great atmosphere there with locals and tourists frequenting seemingly all day.In hindsight we should have taken some folding chairs as the only seating in the shared garden were bench seats in full sun most of the time, a bench style picnic table and "stumps' around a fire pit...all very good but not for my elderly Mum, who has mobility problems and has to avoid too much sun. We did move the bench seats into the shade for her, so we managed with what was there.The view from the lounge and second bedroom is lovely...just to sit and watch."
Karen - verified booking
"Beautiful upside down property making the most of the views.we were 4 adults and a dog and it didnt feel cramped at all. Managed to just park 2 cars, SUV in garage and a small car outside but it was touching double yellows so be aware. Parking just up rd though if needed. Well equipped internally and very comfortable beds, lovely furniture through out and loved the electric chairs. Stunning area. Lovely little veranda with beautiful views of the coast although I was wary that the flooring on it looked a bit precarious. We found the whole place lovely and clean except the bathrooms not quite as scrubbed, but clean enough not to be concerned. Some light bulbs out in kitchen area 3 out of 4. we found 1 bulb but it was either a dud or theres something wrong with the actual lighting in there anyway, sorry forgot to report this before. All in all we would definitely go back, its lovely. Owner helpful when we spoke too."