Holiday Cottages In Great Bedwyn To Rent
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Julia - verified booking
"Unlike some properties at Lower Mill with limited views, S80374 overlooks the wonderful Somerford Lagoon and it's so lovely and relaxing to be able to watch and listen to the different birds that come and go. In the evening, we could almost reach out and touch the bats that came out to catch their supper. The whole estate is a joy for those of all ages, who love and appreciate nature. We don't have young children but for those who do, they would be well catered for. There's a lovely atmosphere across the whole site and everyone we met was friendly. A strict code of conduct ensures that nature, wildlife, and peacefulness take priority. The Spa is an absolute oasis; beautifully clean and with the outside pool being even warmer than the inside one. Our week long stay was at the beginning of October and one warm, sunny weekday we had the outdoor pool to ourselves for almost 2 hours-bliss!The house itself is spacious, clean, very well equipped for the number of people it can accommodate and would be warm and cosy during cold weather (we had to turn the heating off). The beds were very comfortable and the linen and towels clean. The only disappointment was the 'General Store'. This amounts to no more than a few shelves of random items within the Ballihoo Restaurant. They didn't even stock ordinary tea and were charging 60p each for tomatoes which, needless to say we declined. So, if you don't want to spend your holiday food shopping, make sure you either bring everything with you or arrange to have it delivered. We shopped at The Organic Farm Shop in nearby Burford (the organicfarmshop.co.uk) and would very highly recommend it. They stock pretty much everything you could need and the food in the cafe is delicious. Well worth a visit in itself for anyone who appreciates good quality food, with much of the fruit and vegetables being grown on site."
Julie - verified booking
"The cottage was ok, not the best we've stayed in unfortunately. We booked this cottage as it was all on the ground level and accessible for our disabled son. With this in mind we were disappointed to find that although the shower was a walk-in type there were no grab rails and even more annoying, no shelf for shampoo etc. This meant my son had to lean out of the shower to reach his shampoo from the basin which was the nearest we could put it so that he could get it! The owners have gone to the trouble of making a ramp up to the back door so that disabled clients can access the cottage, but have not followed this thinking through to the shower and toilet facilities. I find it's all in the detail and the cottage was lacking in some important things. Why is there no grab rail in the toilet, when there is an alarm cord? One tea towel supplied for the whole week. Chipped crockery. The frying pan was dirty when we took it out of the cupboard. The cottage is advertised as sleeping 5, but the second double bedroom is tiny. We had to move the bed to one side just to get into the bed, Again anyone with mobility problems would not be able to use this room. When we cleaned up before we left, we hoovered the sofa and when we took the sofa cushions off we were shocked at the amount of debris we found there, so we actually left the cottage in a better state of cleanliness than when we found it! The details also mentioned the use of an ipad, but there wasn't one, so we couldn't use the sonos system that other reviewers had mentioned. I'm sorry to say we won't be booking another stay here."
Melvyn - verified booking
"The house was spacious, and the location was perfect. There was a large decked area with table and plenty of chairs at the back of the house, overlooking the lake. Two of the first floor bedrooms had balconies overlooking the lake. We were surprised that the top floor bedroom didn't have a window to take advantage of the view, but a skylight, that didn't spoil the holiday though. My son in law took his kayak and made full use of it on the lake. The grandchildren loved the swimming pools, indoor and out, as we all did, and the weather was brilliant. We also enjoyed meeting the swans with their cygnets, and watching and identifying the many different birds. There were some good dog friendly pubs close by, The Bakers Arms, The Greyhound and we particularly enjoyed eating at the Wheatsheaf. It was a wonderful relaxed holiday and we all wanted to stay on for another week."
John - verified booking
"Excellent and cosy place to spend a quiet week and, if you have the urge, somewhere from which you can take off and explore Oxford and the surrounding area. Every piece of equipment worked except the security key holder which would not close, and one portable heater, even though I replaced the fuse in its plug. Combined CD player and radio also a bit of a mystery! A really good feature is the open hearth and the chance to have a fire - logs were supplied but if you want more go to B and Q or Homebase just down the road into Abingdon after the A34 interchange. Best local pub is the Merry Miller at Cothill - good food and drink and log fires. Beware of a very busy road just beyond the lane on which the Cottage stands. Cars are driven at well over the 40 MPH limit supposedly in force. Not easy for pedestrians. Information left for visitors very thorough."
Peter - verified booking
"Lovely cottage and we enjoyed the stay but why oh why don't cottage owners spend some time in their cottage. Its the little day to day things that are missing. No electric shaver point. No decent mirror for shaving anywhere in the cottage. Hot water boiler that "tripped out" twice in the week. No alarm. The first thing you know is there is no hot water! Surely a decent plumber could resolve this?Long handled broom with a broken shaft. Insufficient glasses in the kitchen. No coffee table so nowhere to put the cups when watching TV. Rubbish bins and recycling boxes have no details about clearance! There was no room in the wheely bin for our rubbish!The two sofa's were uncomfortable and rather grubby.On the plus side beds were comfortable and shower was certainly better than most other cottages we have rented. Arrival instructions were clear and accurate."