Holiday Cottages In The East Of England To Rent
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The eastern counties, famed for their dazzling sunsets, also include Norfolk, full of gloriously golden coastline, olde world windmills and the fabulous Norfolk Broads, while Essex nurtures a host of beautiful cathedral towns and neo-classical country houses. If you’re looking for quintessential Englishness, Lincolnshire and Bedfordshire are great East of England destinations. Last but not least? Herefordshire, where the Ashridge Estate - an iconic East of England attraction - will have you feeling the enchantment of the forest…
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Rachael - verified booking
"The cottage itself is quite nice but in need of a bit of TLC. The downstairs bathroom door was slightly warped and in need of planing, there was a water stain on the carpet in the downstairs bedroom and the shared outdoor gas bbq was filthy when we arrived. It was a hot weekend when we were there but there were no fans in the property and when you opened the door/windows the property was inundated with flies - a simple fly screen at the door would have helped. The upstairs bathroom smelt damp throughout our stay, despite opening windows to let some air in.Also, shared outdoor space is fine if your neighbours are friendly - ours were not. Their children prevented ours from playing on toys provided by the property, they hogged the pool and caused a confrontation over the booking system which they claimed not to understand. Perhaps if this had been managed by the owner rather than visitors it could have been prevented.It's a nice property, with plenty of space for youngsters to let off steam but it could be an outstanding property in time. The owner is lovely however, and incredibly helpful with her local knowledge."
Hannah - verified booking
"The cottage was nice: lots of space, comfy beds, plenty of seats etc. Garden was nice too but it was a shame it wasn't enclosed because we had to follow our toddler around at all times in case she wandered onto the road/into the field (or the enormous hole in it!).There was a play area by the other cottages which is a nice idea but it was in a pretty poor state - our daughter sat on a bench inside the climbing frame and went through it.The pool was good and not over used which was lucky as it's quite little.The main complaints we had were that there was no wifi (or even broadband) in this property. I know that some people don't need to access the real world whilst on holiday but it's really frustrating for those of us who need to. The next is that there is no pub within a mile. or even 3..... we were so looking forward to a nice stroll tot he pub but no chance."
Philip - verified booking
"The bungalow was well equipped and comfortable, although for me at 75 years old the sofa was a little low and a bit of a struggle to get out of! However there were cushions available to boost the sitting height and we enjoyed our stay at S26129 and would return.Not much in the way of leaflets for places to visit. Would recommend getting to the horse gallops at Newmarket around 7am then going into town for a full English breakfast around 9am! NT places worth a visit as is the Nene Valley Railway if you like steam trains, not open everyday. Cambridge itself disappointing, expensive to park. Go early to the Park and Ride our nearest was full by 11am. On a rainy day you should visit Duxford Museum especially if you are into aircraft."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"What a brilliant hamlet, tucked away in an idyllic location. Villa was HUGE! There was only 3 of us but cottage (villa), sleeps 8. There were several game rooms so you don't need to share with anyone. The swimming pool was heated and a welcomed delight for our daughter who did NOT want to go home after out holiday had ended. The host Terry, was such a lovely man. He was so accommodating and super friendly that he couldn't do enough. He's built a wonderful set of cottages that is secluded and an ideal getaway. No noise, no traffic - just the birds singing in the morning. WE loved it. Thank you. The family that stayed in the Chinnock cottage last weekend. Thank you, Terry."
Susan - verified booking
"The cottage has huge potential but needs a lot of refurbishment to get it up to standard. Beds were clean but uncomfortable. There were only 6 usable dining chairs as 3 were dangerously broken. The lead to the dvd player was missing . There was mould and peeling paint in the bathrooms. The upstairs windows were dirty and ill fitting. The carpet was soiled. The cottage backs onto the farmyard of a beef farm with an open cattle shed directly behind the property so inevitably there were flies.There were holes in the plaster and unrepaired cracks.The location is great for Duxford, Wimpole Hall and Cambridge . There was plenty of kitchen equipment and constant hot water."