Holiday Cottages In Dover District To Rent
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Amanda - verified booking
"The cottage is very secluded which we liked, the owners live behind and there is another secluded small cottage just to the left but all have their own private gardens which is lovely. The cottage is fairly well stocked with kitchen equipment and it is a nice little cottage in general with an old fire place. The local village does not offer anything other than a pub (I gave it 8 as we did not have an issue with this) but there are plenty of little villages nearby to visit for essentials and if you have been out and about all day there is plenty of chance to pick up resources.The instructions to find the place are detailed but sadly wrong, the tenant of the other cottage said the same to me one morning. You do not go down'The High Street' (which according to the sign post is actually 'The Street') and turn left at 'School Lane' then right into Grove Road'. If you do this you will come out the other side of the village! As you approach the village of Staple there is a farm tack on your left literally just past the welcome sign and 30mph sign, turn left here, this is Grove Road and follow it down. There is only a road name post if you approach from the other direction and have traveled through the village. 2 locals had never heard of the cottages or Grove Road and there was no mobile phone signal to call so it wasn't an easy start.Our only issue is that repeated of others - please get a professional cleaner and make the place spotless, it does depend on your standards I guess but the windows are dirty in the doors and I don't mean with your general outside window dust, the back of the main door has mud swiped across it and whatever you do don't lose your car keys and look under the sofa! I used the bath mat with my foot to wipe up a few water drops on the floor and when I picked the mat up it was brown underneath. The vacuum cleaners are not very good which may contribute to the floors but we did have to clean the mugs and plates to use them as they were dirty, I guess from previous tenants but this should be checked. Please also paint the kitchen cupboards and side of the bath with proper paint and not emulsion - it does not look good. It is the dirtiest holiday cottage we have stayed in, over 8 years with 2 cottages a year. But...If you can get past that the bungalow is a quiet, relaxing place with easy access to other areas."
Robert - verified booking
"This is a grand old house in a splendid location and my review is made more in sadness than in anger. What might have once been described as rustic chic, certainly as far as the exterior is concerned, has sadly been allowed to decline through a lack of maintenence. Much of the timberwork at the rear (sea side) is peeling and the decking is in real need of a good jet-wash, repair and maintenence; the bottom step onto the deck is loose and is a hazard. When we were there, the gardens were overgrown and unkempt and planters sad, weedy and dead. I do realise that this is fairly early in the season but even so...On arrival at 3.10pm, we were ticked off by the cleaning lady (who is in fact a very pleasant and helpful person) because she said we were early -our details said 3.00pm and she said it should be 4.00pm. We hung around until 3.30 before unloading the cars.The interior decor of the rooms was good and the beds comfortable. The kitchen area was good and very big, the wooden cupboards being 19th century are in need of a good rub-down and wax polish. There is a broken floor tile by the sink which lifts in one corner when you stand on it and anyone with unprotected feet walking by at that point would receive a considerable injury from the shards. Our daughter was not able to operate the spa-bath in the on-suite bathroom. One of the shower wastes was partially blocked allowing water to flow onto the floor, which soaked my wife's wedding clothes, dripped through to the ceiling below and onto confetti which was on the kitchen table. All in all, not a happy experience. I did speak to the owner who was very sympathetic to our plight but disappointed that we had to ask for a gesture of recompence from Bookings.com. I feel something should have been proffered.I do hope that the proper resources are put into this property; we would love to have it. If it was brought up to scratch (we operate our own self-catering apartments in Devon) then this could be an absolute gem."
Linz - verified booking
"A really lovely cottage, generously equipped and nicely furnished. It easily accommodated our group of 9 (aged 61 to 12 years old) and we had a great week. Beds surpassed our expectations, really comfortable with good linen and soft duvets. Kitchen was spacious with excellent white goods and well equipped. Fabulous dining room and spacious lounge. Kids liked the cellar games room. Nice modern showers and plenty of toilets for large groups. My only gripe was the sofas in the living room have seen better days (cushions are quite hard) and the benches on the main terrace are giving up the ghost. No problem, we took chairs out, but the rickety nature was a bit troubling. Note - there is virtually no mobile phone signal, but wifi was good and the owner has provided a land line.At the beginning of the week the views (outside terraces on 3 levels, fantastic views from 4 bedrooms) were great - sea, boats, white cliffs and France - but haze and then thick fog removed the view for the last 3 days! It was still atmospheric though, and we could hear the fog horns as the boats approached Dover Harbour.Hard work to walk to a pub, we didn't. However a short drive down to the beach and the Coastguard did excellent food, and the village store had all the basics (need to drive there really). Loads to do in the vicinity and some excellent walks across the cliffs. A bit alarming in thick fog though! Yes there are lot of steps, but we all managed fine and had a fabulous week. S13615 has a lovely friendly feel, and we may return."
Mr Tonkinson - verified booking
"We were greeted with a warm welcome and shown around so we knew how everything worked. Tea, coffee, milk and biscuits were a nice touch, as was having salt, pepper and a few other bits in supply. Parking is in the road on a first come first basis, but we didn't find this a problem and always got a space at varying times of the day. Inside the house you feel like giants with the quaint low ceilings - but don't worry - there is no banging of heads or feeling like the place is small. On the contrary it feels very spacious, there is plenty of room, and everything was so clean, warm and cozy - it was a great place to come home to after some very long walks. We were not lucky with the weather the first three days, but to be honest, it was just lovely coming back to the cottage after dodging the rain in the morning, sitting on the landing room reading the Sunday papers, and hunkering down for the evening. The beds were really comfortable, and the utility area was very handy for walking boots and wet coats. In warmer weather the outside seating area would have been super. We loved sitting around the table of an evening playing scrabble with a glass of wine, but you are only a short walk away from the centre of Deal if you are after eating out in the many lovely bars and restaurants. The fish and chip shop around the corner is a must, and the staff are very friendly. Deal is a really good place to stay; it’s a good base, but is also full of good stuff to see and do. We would definitely recommend S98271."
Katie - verified booking
"We had an amazing time at S13615. The grandparents and dogs had the ground floor bedroom, teenagers in the attic and everyone else in between! It was nearly perfect for our extended family holiday. We had 3 under 5's who adored the games room (though we did hold our breath everytime they went up or down the stairs!). The views were amazing and we all loved sitting and listening to the sound of the waves.Yes, in some areas the decoration was a little tired - but with 5 children and 2 dogs this wasn't a problem for us, it just made us feel comfortable in using everything. The beds were comfortable and there was everything we needed and more provided. The only slight negatives are:The twin beds are now downstairs with a double in the attic - not as described and not what we had planned for.The garden is not dog safe. We moved some furniture around to make the terrace safe but had to stay close when they were in the garden or they would escape!Lack of teaspoons! Everything else was there - glasses, electric whisks blender etc but we would have liked another dozen teaspoons!!! All in all we had a great time and the house was really lovely - we could loose hours watching the view!"