Holiday Cottages In Frilford To Rent
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Sheena - verified booking
"The cutest of cottages...and a perfect place to retreat to after a day exploring the Cotswolds. We cosied up in front of the woodburner each evening and it was so relaxing. We enjoy breakfasts out and after looking at their website we ventured up to the Local Farmshop and it was like a ghost town ...we asked if we could have breakfast and had a luke warm response so we left. There is the one pub in the village...which we found odd to say the least. Plastic tables...extraordinarily bright lighting, not cheap and the was lined with locals not prepared to allow you to get close to choose your drink.. so our advise would be to stock up on food and nibbles...close the door and enjoy the cosy surroundings of the cottage x"
Alan - verified booking
"Would highly recommend this lovely cottage in excellent quiet location. There was reference on the listing to building works at the rear but we did not hear anything so this was not a concern. Fully equipped kitchen with everything you needed. Comfortable lounge with log burner for cosy evenings, only used once as weather was very good to us. Garden was beautiful and a sun trap, with bbq and outdoor wood burner for the later evening. The owners were welcoming and approachable and there when needed. Great base for exploring the Cotswolds. We even took the train down to London for a day at the National Gallery and a show in the evening. Really enjoyed our time here and will definately be coming back again."
Bob - verified booking
"Lovely small cottage with plenty of character and all the facilities one could want: comfortable bed, excellent shower, well-provided kitchen, quiet country location, and in a great place for sight-seeing (Oxford and Blenheim of course, but also some wonderful NT properties such as Waddesdon, Buscot, Upton an easy drive away - also Kelmscott). Excellent restaurant (The Cinnamon Stick) within 100 yards. Helpful cottage owner very close, to sort out any problems (we had none). And though we sometimes steer clear of cottages which allow dogs (as this one does), we had no need to worry about allergies - the house was immaculately clean, with not a dog hair in sight."
Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"The cottage itself was just as we expected in terms of the facilities, with a superb welcome pack waiting for us. We were disappointed on the day of our arrival when frost was expected and occurred, that the heating had not been turned up more than just back ground - after a day of increasied settings, mastering the wood burner and buying a hot water bottle we were more comfortable! It should be pointed out that a couple of the bottom stairs are angled downwards which makes negotiating the bottom turn a challenge. We felt safer by holding on to the lintel above, but someone less agile might find it a bit awkward."
Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"As before: Most importantly a glass screen MUST be fitted to the over-the-bath shower. The shower is brilliant but as it is so powerful, when used it turns the bathroom into a wet room. It is also, I suggest, dangerous as the water must seep through the wooden floor.A Grab Rail is needed on the stairs to the main bedroom.A couple of the light switches do not appear to do anything.On arrival there was a very pungent smell of soot/smoke which was difficult to eliminate.A rug on the kitchen flagstones would be good."