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Arrows - verified booking
"Although the cottage was adequately furnished, with a nice bathroom and of course the use of the hot tub, the position of it next to a very busy road did for us not make it a totally relaxing holiday. The on street car parking which is offered along the busy road made me very nervous and had to park my car around the corner to avoid possible damage to it. The owner suggested putting my wing mirrors in to avoid them getting smashed off! The noise of the road made relaxing in the hot tub a little more stressful than we wanted. In fact the cottage seemed to be very close to an estate with quite a bit of noise from nearside properties. We live on an estate and when going on holiday we like to be away from these things, like traffic and unfortunately this did not provide that for us. Yes we received a nice welcome from the owner, and he allowed us to get into the cottage earlier at our request, which was extremely good of him and appreciated. A large fence has been erected around the property to try and shield surrounding gardens and roads, which unfortunately blocks out any views if there were any and did not give the feel of a secluded property that I think most people wanting to holiday will want. The cottage was compact but clean and if it were not for the hot tub addition, the price of the holiday would not be merited. The bathroom was very spacious, clean and well presented. The sitting area, although looked comfy, was simply not. The L shape sofa was pretty hard and we found it difficult to really relax on it. The oven was pretty noisy as the fan in it sounded like a lorry was parked outside and maybe needs to be repaired or replaced. Although the description does not specify a dishwasher, I think this would be a good addition to the property. We think that a holiday cottage, that is advertised at nearly £700 for a week in July should make you feel like you are on holiday and full of luxury. We have paid less for this with similar things, including hot tubs and have been far better than this property. This cottage in our opinion did not, purely for its lack of luxury within the cottage and where it was situated, next to a housing estate and a busy road. The hot tub is the only thing that adds to the luxury and is a great addition, however, it cannot be sold just on this alone."
Cathy - verified booking
"On the positive side the cottage was clean, has a nice shower room, a pretty garden and spa and very close to Bath.On the negative side, I left a wish list of items I thought would be a useful addition to the cottage, e.g. a potato peeler and a grater. There was also nothing to wipe down the kitchen surfaces with.It is on the edge of a housing estate with a very busy road running right next to it - I think it's a 'rat-run' as it seemed to be more busy at peak times of the day but there was a constant flow all day. I was worried that my car would get side-swiped but luckily it was ok with the wing-mirror pulled in.TV position is useless as if you sit on the sofa nearest to the TV you still cannot see the TV. Crazy selection of books - I have stayed in many cottages and there is usually just novels; not much point in having DIY books and 'How to Fix Just about anything'. It felt like most of the books were there to fill the bookshelf-replace with fiction or remove them and replace with ornaments.No cupboard in the bedroom as it's very small - there are hooks for hanging clothes next to the bed but if you use the hangers on the hooks you cannot get past them without knocking all the clothes onto the floor.The bed is very, very low and extremely uncomfortable; no support in the mattress and an elderly person would struggle to get into and out of it as it's so low.The sofa was also very uncomfortable; it is a sofa bed and in my experience sofa beds always are uncomfortable. I note from previous comments the owner stated it's very new but this doesn't make it comfortable.It was only good value for me as it's low season; I definitely would not pay the higher prices commanded in high season for it."
Roger - verified booking
"A beautifully converted and characterful Victorian chapel well-situated in a quiet village midway between Bristol and Bath. The accommodation is bright, spacious and well-equipped, with car parking and a pleasant small garden with seating area. There's a co-op shop a few hundred metres away and a large Waitrose supermarket 10 minutes' drive away in Keynsham. Good pubs and restaurants nearby and lots to do and see in the local area. I marked the "comfort and equipment" category down slightly because some of the equipment (e.g. kitchen sink, dishwasher, iron) and furniture (e.g. three-piece suite) are well-used and rather tired, and because there's no wi-fi, which some holiday-makers might think is a good thing but which I and my family found quite irksome. Otherwise, highly recommended."
Chloe - verified booking
"Myself and my husband spent 3 nights here for our mini moon. When we arrived we were surprised to find the cottage at the end of the street of a run down estate. We had to park on a fairly busy road outside the cottage and were constantly worrying about someone hitting our car. It would be great if the owner could find a way to provide off street parking. The cottage itself was very clean and had everything you may need. We were particularly impressed with the hot tub and the access to Netflix. Only downside was the sofa was very uncomfortable. The sofa is a sofa bed so we tried turning it into a bed for more comfort but it didn’t make much difference. Radstock doesn’t have much to do or many shops, pubs etc but if your willing to drive abit further Bath and Bristol are fairly close by."
CHRIS - verified booking
"We had a very pleasant stay - the bed and sofas were extremely comfortable, and the wood-burner stove very efficient. We would recommend the 'Moondance' tea-shop in Chew Magna, as it provided a good breakfast and is dog-friendly. The 'Spar' store along the road could supply most basic needs, meals, papers etc.The owners were very friendly and helpful, especially when the oven would not work. They cooked a meal for six in their Aga: two chickens, roast potatoes, stuffing, sausages and bacon rolls!The only reason we would hesitate to go back is the road outside, as it was extremely busy night and day, and that was apparently out of the local school term.Convenient for Weston, Clevedon, Cheddar, and the Book Barn at Farington Gurney, and we did vaguely consider going to Bristol by bus."