Dog Friendly Cottages In England To Rent
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What our customers are saying about our Dog Friendly Cottages In England To Rent.
Philippa - verified booking
"This is a great little place but probably better for adults / older kids than our family with a (very active and fast moving!) 2 year old and 6 year old. The garden is technically 'fully enclosed', however I was disappointed to see that there was a side gate on the front that would easily be opened by a small child and the driveway gates also weren't able to be locked shut in a way that made them child safe. There is also some spaces beside the gates that a sly little one or animal could squeeze through. And being on a fairly quiet, but certainly not deserted, open road speed limit area it made the outside far less usable than I would've hoped as we couldn't let the kids play outside whilst in the kitchen for instance. A shame as it's a decent space and I was looking forward to making use of the outside space. It would also have been good to have some kids outside play equipment of some kind perhaps - even a couple of footballs would've been good but a trampoline / climbing frame even better! Perhaps an idea for the future if the owners wish to appeal to younger families. There was no dishwasher which I personally would've preferred to the washing machine that is provided but I guess for others it may not be an issue. I would've also liked to see a bath mat in the downstairs shower room and to have seen extra towels available. These are obviously small things but it is the small things that can make a real difference! :-)Overall though the cottage is well equipped, the beds comfortable and the owner Rob was very friendly and helpful and did assist quickly with any issues we had and it was a nice base to get out and about in the area. I think there are some great markets around but not really something you can do with a two year old! LOL! Shame as would've loved to do that. Nearby Lincoln was lovely and the beach was only a short 30min drive away though we made the mistake of visiting Skegness which I wouldn't do again! We later found a much quieter beach area which was much more enjoyable. I understand there is good walking around but we didn't do any of those. Rand farm was worth a visit too.Although we wouldn't stay here again it is more a case of we wouldn't particularly feel the need to come to this area again than the cottage in particular."
Stephanie - verified booking
"Blacksmiths is a lovely cottage decorated and furnished to a high standard. It is comfortable with plenty of room for 4 people although it would sleep 6. The dining area would be more cramped with 6. The kitchen appliances are also of a high standard. However, I would suggest adding some serving dishes, microwaveable cooking dishes and a few more saucepans, especially if catering for 6 people. We had a problem with the heat alarm in the kitchen, which went off about every 15 minutes for no reason on or second evening in the cottage. We had to disable it. I called the emergency number and we had a very quick response. The man who came replaced the battery and asked us to let him know if it didn't resolve the issue. It resolved the problem for two days before it started again. Having rung the cottages office, and electrician came out very quickly and replaced the faulty item. Thank you for dealing with it efficiently.The bathrooms/ensuites are fitted to a high standard as are the bedrooms. The main downside for us was the location. Although the cottage is in a rural, peaceful and central location, it is still a 20 minute plus journey to the main attractions. There are no footpaths from the cottage and no amenities with walking distance. The pub is shown in the information as being under a mile. It is in fact 1.2 miles. This in itself is well within walking distance, but the walk is down a narrow road so particularly pleasant and not suitable for evenings. Having said that, we had a lovely time in S49959 and we would go there again."
Phil - verified booking
"Less a cottage and more a mobile home/chalet bungalow, so very characterless outside. Inside comfortable very well appointed and generally very clean except the shower was developing a real mold problem; that bathmat has got to go! Comfy bed and fairly peaceful setting. The conservatory was really nice and despite the cold weather it warmed up well in the spring sunshine. There definitely a lack of basic equipment we have come to expect: there was no hair dryer; no radio alarm clock; very basic sets of kitchen equipment and the cutlery and crockery were a mishmash. (A massive great dish washer and insufficient equipment). Loads of spoons though! The shower was not very powerful for being the only form of bathing apart from the washbasin. The dog walks were lovely but you had to contend with a tricky fast country road to get anywhere. The area is so lovely and enjoyed days out but Orchard(?) Farm "Cottage" was not very homely to come back to."
Doreen - verified booking
"Cottage is small but ideal for two + dog - shower facilities are good as are the kitchen facilities. There is no tv signal which may be a problem for some visitors- we read a great deal and watched a few dvds in the evening. Location is quite remote but that was our intent. We were lucky with the weather with only one day of mizzle - lots to see in area and plenty of pubs with good food available. One downside was the rather worn settee where hubby almost needed assistance to get out of! Also when the wind was in one direction the windows did little to stop it leaving me to try and set up additional glazing with newspapers! Perhaps this could be looked at - I would think could only be worse as it gets colder."
Craig - verified booking
"Fabulous old cottage steeped in history with period furnishing, tons of character and with lots of room to relax. A great location to explore the lakes and West Cumbria.Only a couple of minor issues; Mobile signal is non existent within the thick cottage walls, although we were able to make calls from the upstairs front window seat, however the BT WiFi was great for messenger calls. The log fire in the lounge, although lovely & warming emits some smoke into the lounge, even with doors/windows open to create draft. The grate does not sit fully into the redesigned fireplace which is most likely the cause.These did not spoil our enjoyment and the family had a wonderful time in this lovely cottage."