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- Mrs England, September 2018 - verified booking
"Communications with and from the owner; Michael (via email) were very good just prior to the week or so before our arrival as I needed to check a couple of things. The apartment was ready on arrival and we were extremely impressed with it. It is light, spacious, beautifully decorated and very well equipped. Kitchen items included a microwave, halogen oven, numerous pots/pans, array of knives and glasses. I think there was also a sandwich maker although we didn't use it. There was a 4pt carton of semi skimmed milk, butter and a loaf of freshly sliced bread left for us which was very much appreciated. All towels, tea towels, oven gloves, cleaning items including washing up liquid, liquid hand soap in both the kitchen and bathroom, washing powder, anti bacterial spray, bleach and toilet rolls were all provided. We always go well prepared when self catering but it left our pre-packed items redundant! There was also spare bedding if needed and a fan heater and a pedestal fan. There are literally dozens and dozens of tourist information leaflets for not just Chester but surrounding areas, takeaway food menus, bus timetables and an array of books in the lounge including several on the history of Chester. Sadly we didn't get the time to read any of them. There are also books in the main bedroom, a chess set, playing cards and a jigsaw puzzle provided. Michael came to see us shortly after we'd arrived to welcome us and to run through how things worked e.g. the freesat/tv, procedure incase of a fire etc. My husband mentioned that I have fibromyalgia and can get cold so Michael said he'd turn the central heating up. I found the apartment to be nice and warm anyway so did have to turn some of the radiators down on some of the days but this wasn't an issue. Within the "Welcome Information" sheet there is also a suggested walking route into Chester which takes you through a very pleasant residential area. It took us around 25 mins to walk it but we're not fast walkers. Due to the time of year we didn't get the chance to sit out and enjoy the shared garden - there is a small patio area with chairs for your use. We wouldn't hestitate to recommend this apartment and certainly plan to try and return within the next 1-2 years. There is also so much to do in the area and also the surrounding area such as Liverpool that we just didn't fit it all in! Thank you again Michael for a great stay in your apartment."
Moira W - verified booking
"We choose self-catering accommodation for – location, comfort and convenience. If a place adds style and character that's a nice bonus. The Dragon's Den ticked all the boxes handsomely! It's a very clever (and totally self-contained) loft conversion above the owner Mike's bungalow. The accommodation is spacious, light, airy, and very thoughtfully furnished and equipped. The large living area is welcoming and comfortable, with two big leather sofas plus matching armchair, TV, loads of books, CDs, a classy chess set plus other games, and three drawers full of tourist information. The kitchen is dinky but has everything you need for a week. There's a thoughtful supply of kitchen essentials for people like me who manage to forget the teabags. The fridge was stocked with milk and butter, and there was a crusty loaf on the workbench. Much more useful than the usual little packets of biscuits! The bathroom is a good size, with a bath and separate shower cubicle, and lots of fluffy towels, and some sachets of shampoo in case you have forgotten that as well as the teabags. The two bedrooms have comfy beds and there's plenty of storage space. The décor is cool, clean, stylish, with some very attractive modern oak furniture. It's also quirky, with sloping ceilings (and floor), beams, and a lot of little dragons hiding in the corners. It's near a busy road, but well set back. There's a good bus service from just round the corner into Chester, but Mike's information sheet includes instructions for a very pleasant walking route, along quiet, leafy avenues and lanes. We hadn't visited Chester for twenty five years, it hasn't changed much, still a lovely city. But to see it at its best, avoid Saturday afternoon / evening – unless you appreciate aspiring Footballers' Wives unable to stand up reliably on their heels, let alone walk, and young men with a taste for extreme hairstyling and noisy cars. The rest of the week it's a very civilised place to wander around and soak up the atmosphere! Thanks to Mike for making us feel welcome and at home. We hope to return."
Olivia - verified booking
"The Byre is basically a nice property but now looks a bit dated. A lot of the decor was rather 90s and some elements (cushions etc) were a bit tired. We were unhappy about an issue with one window that meant it was impossible to shut (because a previous guest had managed to lock the catch while open) and as it was the bedroom we had planned to put our 3 year old in we felt this was a significant safety concern as there was nothing to stop him climbing out at night. We contacted the owners about this and while they were pleasant they just said that we didn't need to worry as it was a nice area. Not really the point! On a side issue - all the other windows were locked shut and all but one of the window keys were missing which we felt was a bit of a fire risk should there be a need to evacuate. Presumably due to the farm setting there were a large number of flies in residence and although fly spray had been provided it wasn't quite how I envisaged spending my holiday! I'm not usually too bothered about this sort of thing but there really were a lot! We were a bit disappointed by the business of the road as there was continual traffic noise - our error as we should have realised it was an A road but not quite the rural cottage we had envisioned.Last but not least, there was no soap anywhere - I'm quite happy to provide bath/shower stuff on holiday but these days most cottages have liquid soap in the bathrooms so we were a bit taken aback to realise there wasn't any. Only a minor point but felt indicative of the general lack of attention to detail.We had a nice break despite these things (especially when we had managed to sort the window issue ourselves) but I would not choose to return."
Francesca - verified booking
"The cottage is large and easily accommodated six adults. Generally the cottage is well equipped and has everything you could need. Whilst it is beside a busy road, we couldn't hear the traffic. The directions on the website need to be updated as the signs to the cottage have been changed which made it difficult to find the entrance.However, there are a few issues. On the first night of our stay, we were making dinner and when we went to get the plates to dish up, the plates in the cupboard were filthy. They still had food caked on them from the previous guests. The cutlery and some of the glassware and cups were also dirty.The downstairs bathroom was ridiculously hot due to the towel rail and the underfloor heating. There was no obvious way to turn down the towel rail. The two bathrooms downstairs (the main bathroom and the ensuite) had problems with the hot water in the showers. The water was warm for about 30 seconds but then ran cold. It would have been useful for the cottage to have a folder containing useful information (e.g. contact details of the owners, local medical contacts, what could go in the recycling box, what to do with the keys on check out etc.)"
- Mr Beesley, November 2018 - verified booking
"The accommodation was clean, warm ( on chilly November days ), central to Chester and other tourist attractions. This was our first visit to Chester, having read other reviews which advised walking into the City and following the route info provided in the Dragon's Den information pack, we enjoyed a 20 minute walk to and then from the City. On the second day of our visit, we went to the Ness Botanic Gardens which were stunning, then continued on to Port Sunshine. Where we had an amazing walk seeing the houses, the war memorial, a visit to the Sunshine Museum and the art gallery. While in Chester we went to the tourist office and by chance found a leaflet 'Ultimate Attractions and shopping map' which was so useful and had money off vouchers to lots of places to visit. Dragon's Den was a great base for our stay, near to shops, a good walk to Chester City ( bus stops nearby if you don't want to walk). Clean and warm, we can recommend it. We would definitely book again if we are in the area. Many thanks to Michael for an enjoyable stay at Dragon's Den."