Holiday Cottages In Elgol To Rent
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To get to Elgol, you must drive along a single track road where the views are magnificent. Arriving at this waterside village you will find restored croft-houses, a pier and the village hall which is a multifunctional place housing groceries, crafts and a cafe. Soak up the sea views and explore the stunning surroundings. This place is a worth the journey and it provides a breath of fresh air for those looking for a slower pace of life.
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Pat - verified booking
"The cottage was easy to find and in a good location. We were disappointed to be greeted with a request for a £150 deposit on arrival at the pub, which is where we collected the keys. There was no explanation as to what this was for and when we found a nasty burn mark on the carpet in one of the bedrooms I felt the need to photograph it and call back into the pub to report it. Whilst I have stayed in properties on occasion that have asked for deposits they have always been fully explained and itineraries provided. This led to us feeling a little uneasy all week wondering if our money would be refunded back after we left. All there was indicating this deposit was required was a one liner in the description at the bottom of the notes and not clear how it would be imposed? The money has been refunded, but I would say for future reference this should be explained when booking the property and not on the day of arrival, so there are no surprises. Once settled into the cottage, whilst everything is nice and new we found the atmosphere a little impersonal and sterile probably because of its newness. Everything worked properly, although instructions for appliances were a little scattered about and I put them all together in the folder. There was also little information about things to do in the local area, but we had the internet so were able to look things up to see where to go and what was open. We did find that we ran out of cutlery regularly, particularly the tea spoons as there were only 5. There was also nothing to put any food in to heat things up in the microwave, so we ended up just using the crockery. This meant we put the dishwasher on more regularly and did think it would've been more of a problem if there'd been more of us as we were only 2. We enjoyed the view of the ducks and brook running along the front of the cottage from the bedroom window, but did struggle with the very large blind which bowed in the middle when lifted and we were worried it may break under the weight. It didn't, but something to look at to perhaps reinforce for the future? Apart from that we enjoyed our stay and the surrounding countryside was stunning with exceptional autumnal colours for the season. A great base to see Derbyshire at its best."
ydoom - verified booking
"We arrived in beautiful weather, no problems with parking at any time during the week - there was always a place close to the property. This was a classic "two up two down" Peak District cottage that has been brought bang up to date with lots of mod cons. For example, the kitchen had under floor heating and every utensil you would need for a weeks stay. The view from the kitchen across to the fields, sheep and moors, was lovely. The TV was a 'Smart' one, and made a real change from the usual tiny old style TVs you often get in rental properties. The bedrooms were so comfortable too - we both slept like logs, and we appreciated the fact that there was no traffic noise as the main road now by-passes the village. It must be said that Hayfield itself is an absolute gem of a place! It is picturesque, has several really good pubs for both real ale and good-value food, lovely little shops, a unique connection with 'Dad's Army' (and other TV series), easy access to the moors, and a church that has a stream actual flowing underneath it. From the property, it is a very short walk into the village, everything is on your doorstep and if you wanted to venture further afield, Manchester is a short ( and very cheap) train ride from nearby NewMills. In short, it is a great village to explore and a fab little cottage to base yourself in - highly recommended, and we want to go again!"
Hazel - verified booking
"More attention to detail is needed when cleaning, particularly in the storage area in loft bedroom and the loft bathroom. Bed linen has seen better days. Some kitchen utensils sticky and baking trays definitely seen better days. Table mats sticky and dirty. The grass needed cutting which made it unpleasant to sit in the garden. No welcome pack so beware if you are arriving late. Stairs are very steep and there is no toilet on ground floor. Steps into front door very steep although it is easier to go in the back door. Designated car parking space was apparently repaired on our last day however there is still a dip on driving into it and there are lots of pot holes. You either have to reverse in or out and along a long narrow road. You cannot see the car from the cottage. There is parking on the road however which is a safer bet.Good information packs available about surrounding areas with places to visit, walks, etc.Good base to visit this beautiful part of the country if the cleaning issues are dealt with, in a lovely little village with lots of local amenities and lovely walks."
UkBritAbroad - verified booking
"Stayed for a week in this wonderful cottage recently and cannot praise it enough. Fabulously designed with comfort at its heart. Plenty of crockery etc. in the kitchen with an understairs cupboard with washer and dryer. Beds were really comfortable and the views in the morning were superb. I commandeered the chaise in the bedroom every morning for a read and a cuppa, bliss! There were games in the lounge cupboard and a TV with freesat although we didn't use much as The George Hotel was our regular haunt in the evening. Great food, reasonably priced and very friendly locals and staff. There is not an allotted parking space but we were able to park outside on the road every day. Hayfield has a bus stop (across the main road) if you feel like not driving. We visited Buxton & Glossop this way. It also has a small visitors centre and is at the start of a very easy amble to New Mills (The Sett Valley Trail) about 2.5 miles. A great little cottage in a really beautiful area. We will return."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"My family and I had a lovely time wandering around the peaks next to S25068 cottage. The cottage was very well equipped and we had a very nice fire in the wood burner on the last day as the weather became cooler. (we brought our own logs and kindling with us to continue the fire as there is a starter set only) We took our dog, a small Springer, with us. I made sure she was always cleaned off before she entered the living room after having been out. There were a lot of steep stairs so I would not recommend anyone to stay in this cottage if they have issues with mobility. Also in the small garden area, it is a tiny yard which is accessible to other households and there are steps leading up to a small grass area with a table. All in all, we had a few wonderful days staying at this cottage, it was quirky and just in the right place for many walks to the peaks, only a few minutes walk to the town of hayfield, pubs and local shops to buy provisions from."