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Chris - verified booking
"We were welcomed into the Cottage by Jayne and Darren, who did a quick handover. They were very friendly and let us know we could contact them at anytime if we needed help or information.There was a welcome pack of bread, butter, breakfast, biscuits, coffee pods and milk. All you needed to get through your first morning or two. There was also additional tea, coffee and sugar available for a week. We also found salt, pepper and oil in a cupboard. There is a large fridge freezer which is adequate for a family of four for a week.The cottage looked clean, it was beautifully decorated and the accessories made it feel homely without feeling you were in someone else's home. There are a few areas that aren't finished to the high standard that you initially feel when you first step into the cottage.The kitchen is well equipped and has a gas range, electric oven, and a combi microwave oven.The main bedroom is a comfortable size with a king size bed which was very comfortable.To give some perspective, I live in a quite village where there is rarely any car noise during the day or night. The cottages main bedroom borders the road, you can only hear this road from this bedroom, but we were not kept awake by any noises along this road. However, there was one morning at 5am when I was woken by brakes being applied on a van, and it's back roller door bouncing up and down - I did nearly have a heart attack - my husband didn't even stir.There is also a train line close to the property. The trains travel fast, and create a low hum which last seconds. I don't think any trains run through Saltford from 11pm until 5am. But I don't think the trains would keep anyone awake, unless you already have trouble sleeping.We visited the cottage when the second 'beast from the east' hit. We accepted it was cold in the cottage because of the negative figures outside. Jayne also checked up on us to make sure we had heating and if we needed anything from the shops. Once it started to warm up we realised that every room other than the living room (when all living room doors were closed) were cold. We had been given instructions on using the heating, but we couldn't get the rest of the cottage over 18, were as I prefer a toasty 22 (during the cold snap the heating hit 16). Because of the cold we couldn't use the conservatory as that was freezing. There is a log burner in the living room but we chose not to use it and put more clothes on.The main bathroom was like ice the entire holiday, towards the end of the week we realised the vent was open to let steam out, by the last day when I was hit by a gust of wind, I realised the sky light was probably open and why we had been so cold. The shower and tap water was warm, but probably felt colder because of the room temp.We were aware we could ask for Jayne or Darren's help at anytime, but we preferred not to.This is an excellent location to stay in if you like walking. There is the Bristol and Bath Railway path, it's around 4 miles into Bath and 12 miles into Bristol. We enjoyed walking into Bath, and headed towards Bristol to the Avon Valley Steam Railway where we found a lovely railway cafe, and Webb's where you can hire bikes. There is a Waitrose about 5 minutes up the road, and you can walk to a Tesco Express, 2 pubs, cafe and a few restaurants.The cottage is overlooked by neighbouring houses and boats.Negatives:There are diffusers in most rooms. We ended up putting all of them in the spare bedroom as it was a bit over whelming.The photos on this site show an exercise bike, which is in the cottage but within a locked room which you can't access. There was nothing in the info pack to suggest it could be used, so I'm not sure why it's shown.Recommendation:I would recommend this beautiful cottage to anyone who wants a relaxing week away from home, or who enjoy long walks along rivers and countryside. It's also easy to drive into Bristol, and far cheaper to use long stay parking, then pay out for two plus people on the park & ride scheme. It's a great location for bird watching and wildlife enthusiasts."
Paula - verified booking
"Nice bungalow, very comfortable with everything we could possibly need. Friendly owner who showed us around and was helpful with local info and ideas of places to visit. The carparking space and turning area available were no problem at all for our small car but would perhaps be tricky for an estate/large family car or for anyone not too confident on manovering their vehicle. That said, the property was spacious, clean and the owner had thought of the little extras that make a self-catering holiday easier. Lots of books/dvds and an excellent washing machine and tumble dryer with a brilliant heated rail above for drying off items. We visited in February but I would imagine that in the spring/summer the gardens would be an added bonus. Bath is as lovely as I remembered it with loads to see and do. Great holiday 🙂"
Nicola - verified booking
"What a lovely place to stay. We wanted somewhere we could relax as I’m 32 weeks pregnant, as well as making some child-friendly outings with our 15 month-old. The barn was incredibly clean, cosy and comfortable. Everything is high quality and the kitchen is well-stocked with things you might need (Tupperware and vinegar were particularly helpful!). The weather was very wet when we stayed, but the garden is beautiful and we had a little tramp around in our wellies. It would be wonderful on a sunny day. There is lots to do within 30 minutes’ drive. The barn is very rural so you’ll need a car for any outing. Tina is a lovely and friendly host. She removed a single bed from the barn to make room for our travel cot. We hope to come back again soon with our 2 little ones in tow!"
maz - verified booking
"we had a lovely short stay in S82927 in october. Our hosts were very welcoming and offered us the use of their lovely garden to sit in if we wished. There was wine and chocolate for us on arrival, and some toiletries in the bathroom. The cottage is very cute and quaint with lots of history attached to it. Bed was lovely and comfortable , kitchen is small but fairly well equipped but we didnt intend on doing any cooking ! Huge bonus points are the village shop and the Pub which are literally right across the road . Only slight negatives were the traffic goes right past the door so you do notice that a bit and we did light the log fire but it smoked a bit through the cottage. Other than that it was lovely and a fab base for exploring the area!"
Kevin - verified booking
"S82927 is an ideal location for visiting all the area has to offer, Malmesbury, Westonbirt, Slimbridge, and many others. The cottage has a very small kitchen and small bathroom - which is in need of refurbishment. The sitting room is fine for two with a nice open fire. Steep stairs lead to a larger bedroom with open-beamed ceiling, definitely the best room of the cottage. Located on a crossroad, morning and evening traffic can be quite noisy - but we expected that, and crossing to the car-park or the pub needs extra care. The local shop has a few essentials should you be eating at home, though larger supermarkets are not too far away. Overall a nice place to stay, just be aware of it's size, low doorways, steep stairs, and traffic noise."