Group Accommodation Cottages In East Staffordshire To Rent
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East Staffordshire cottages
Dalbury near Mickleover
The Hill Coachouse
The Threshing Barn- 25347
Swallow Cottage - UKC2579
The Coach House
Stenson Hill Farm
Deerpark Lodge, Staunton Harold, Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Deerpark Lodge, Staunton Harold, Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Barrow on Trent
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Natalie - verified booking
"We booked S16421 very much last minute, the family needed a much earned break away after losing a close family member, a much loved Husband, Dad and Grandpa. We saw the barn advertised and thought it could offer us all some time to reflect and get away from it all with the bonus of taking along our beloved dog and we could all be together. The Sat Nav proved tricky at the very end but I had already looked at the area on google maps so I had a rough idea of what pointers we needed to look out for. On first sight I have to admit I was a little dissapointed that there were no boundaries at all for our dog other than the fence to the by pass at the back of the property, any dog who strays would need to be tethered as it could quite easily wander out onto the road side. We entered the property and I was pleased with what we had booked. The attention to detail was lovely with hand soap and hand cream in all the bathrooms, fresh linen and towels nicely presented with little touches like fresh flowers, tissues and air freshners throughout. My eldest daughter, I do have to admit was not at all pleased, she has a fear of spiders and there were so many on arrival that she wanted to head straight back to the car. My husband rehoused them into the garden with strict instructions to stay out for a week. A few returned. We have to have an electronic device which is not expensive installed at home, we too live in the country and this little plug in device deters all kinds of small mammals, rats. mice, squirrels and many spiders in entering by giving off a signal that is unpleasant to them yet it doesn't affect cats or dogs. It would have been useful to have had one there and we have found that other barns we have rented in the past must have experienced the same and installed a deterent for the comfort of their guests. Just a thought.We found the barn to be clean but noticed that one or two pieces of the crockery had been knocked and chipped by previous guests, not too many to cause a problem as there was only myself and my husband, our two daughters and my Mum to cater for and there was certainly enough for our party. We found the bedrooms comfortable although the four poster bed bedroom we had to allow our youngest member, much to her delight as it was very pretty with pink accessories and cushions, we called it the princess room but due to the eaves of the sloping roof it proved a little tricky for us adults as did the ajoining bathroom, getting out of the bath you had to be careful and my yougest knocked her head on the sloping roof over the bath where the velux window was located. My Mum had her own twin room and shared the bathroom with my youngest daughter whilst my eldest had a lovely large twin bedded room and her own shower room, it's what she's used to at home and once over the spider shock she seemed quite at home despite there being no internet. The TV on the odd occassion that we watched it late at night proved to be hit and miss, I don't know if it was poor reception or that the lovely large Toshiba was having a problem as it did flicker horribly at times and was a little annoying when trying to watch the 10 o'clock news. The kitchen was friendly with a large cheery farmhouse style table but I do have to say, the cushions on the chairs were beginning to get a little shabby and I would have thrown them out if they were at my home, I guess I am extremely picky. Some of the glassware was marked by the dishwasher with a faint white bloom and I too wouldn't have given them houseroom, but everything was clean and functional.The area was ideal for visiting Sudbury Hall, although we didn't go as I had googled it proir to our arrival and found that they do not allow dogs in the grounds at all. The Boars Head in Sudbury was extremely enjoyable for dinner, reasonable and not too far to drive to. A large Tesco in Utoxeter just 5 minutes drive away proved very handy for picnic provisions and the necessary bottles of wine required to sip outside the barn on the lovely summer evenings after a long day sight seeing. Trentham gardens was approximately 25 minutes away, very dog friendly and a lovely day out, quite expensive to get in but luckily I had googled offers prior to going and managed to get two for one vouchers which were really helpful. It allowed us to let my daughter go with my husband into the monkey sanctuary, tacked on the side of Trentham, you have to pay extra for this but Mum, my eldest daughter and I were happy just to sit outside the cafe in Trentham Gardens with the dog and drink in all it's beauty and watch the rowing team work out. JCB head quarters proved to be a really lovely place to walk the dog with a huge lake and black swans just located outside Rocester. Alton Towers was a planned visit for my daughters 12th birthday, just 15 minutes away from S16421 via Rocester and we gained early access to the park at 9am because we had booked tickets online and at a reduced rate, you need to give at least 7 days notice to get this discount. Ashbourne was much enjoyed by all with some retail therapy at the lovely little shops there and Dovedale with the 3 mile walk along the river into Milldale was thoroughly enjoyed by all, it may have been the delicious hot pasties and ice cold drinks that greeted us at the little shop we found, I think it was called Polly's cottage. A little open window offering a selection of goodies to the weary traveller over the counter and chocolate bars to eat on the way back following the meandering river that opens up at the end for dogs and children alike to paddle in. It was quite a hike there and back but we were all agreed that it was a lovely outing, our youngest just wished we had been more prepared as it seemed to be a very popular place for a dip and she wished we'd have brought her costume and a towel. We'll know for next time if we ever find ourselves in that neck of the woods again. Our last day was spent at Chatsworth House, extremely dog friendly allowing our spaniel full access to the gardens, even to paddle in the beautiful cascading water fall and then to sit under a canopy of tree shelter whilst we were lucky enough to listen to a full orchestera as they were rehearsing for the proms on the Friday we happened to visit. We couldn't quite believe our luck as they belted out their wonderful magical music.On the whole, the holiday has proved to be very successful, a lovely family friendly place but the noise from the bypass was very hard to get used to and kept me awake for the 1st few days. It would have been far nicer without it and would have made sitting out more tranquil but as the lovely lady who owned the barn said in her diary that was so touching to read, it's what brought us their home as the bypass made them have to diversify, thus Pibgle Barn was built."
Bob - verified booking
"We stayed here as part of a group reunion we organise every year.The property is modern and well presented and immaculately clean. It's well kitted out in the kitchen and all bedrooms have an ensuite. Bedrooms are comfortable too and there is underfloor heating. Lots of hot water and good showers, plus a fantastic large bath on the upper floor.The views over the countryside are lovely, the open wild flower field at the back is great and there is a lovely large open garden space which would be excellent for kids to run around in. The cottage is very quiet, especially at night and it's easy to listen to the wonderful bird life around.We were disappointed at the welcome pack and folder. The pack was six ferrero rocher and a bottle of wine. Whilst that is always well received, including something such as a local cake or a packet of biscuits is much more useful and welcome, so that you can enjoy those with your first cuppa on arrival. The folder had all the info you need for the property, however there was nothing about things to see or do in the local area except for a leaflet about the National Memorial Arboretum. Very few recommendations for places to eat out or shop either.There are no games or books at all at the property so it was good we had brought some with us. Having these is a nice touch and always well received.WiFi is slow, however the owners are awaiting BT to upgrade the connections as the rural area becomes better connected. It does work though, although we had problems streaming the football final from BT sport.Seating area in the lounge could be better. As the property sleeps six the seating should better reflect that. Replacing the current L shaped sofa with two three seaters would be a vast improvement as the current offering is not comfortable to sit or lounge on for any period of time when six of you are there."
emma - verified booking
"Owners were very friendly and the cottage was comfortable. Beds were fine. Showers were ok but could do with a lot more power. Fridge very small for a 3 bedroom property and we found that it was either not cold enough or frozen at the back. Equipment provided in the kitchen was more basic than we had experienced in previous holiday cottages. Absolutely no kitchen supplies such as vinegar, ketchup etc left from previous guests. This is the first property we have stayed at where the cupboards were bare. Non stick coating on the pots and pans were badly damaged and needed replacing. We bought our own utensils and pots and pans on the first day. We left those at the property. As the property is listed as luxury we had high expectations. Location is ok, lots of towns and national trust properties within a short drive. Description of the cottage states that there are fantastic walks form the property but we didn't really find this to be the case and very little information provided in the welcome pack. It is possible to search on google but more personal information on the local area from the owners would have been appreciated. Bike racks would have been nice to have.Very little in walking distance but we didn't mind as we went out every day. Tiny convenience store, post office and a local pub. We didn't try the pub as the reviews on tripadvisor were so bad.Great cycle trails at Cannock Chase and lots of national trust properties to visit with dog friendly walks. Towns nearby all worth a visit. We enjoyed our visit and found lots to do."
Craig - verified booking
"Great stay at the cottage we spent a great week with family and friends. the house is very cute and very well designed. Very nice garden and the beds are great ! But .... There was no enough hot water for 2 showers so we had to wait 3 hours in between showers .... and nobody to deal with problem / no gate in the garden so we could not leave the dog out side / the great AGA stopped working during our stay so we could not cook / there is not enough bowls or containers to be able to cook or make cakes or appetizers .... / no dry wood for the fire so we had only wet logs in the garden / no check in was made so we did not know what was the wifi code we had to look for it but then the wifi worked very well / no information on where to put the trash... simple information that could be written on a welcome book or said with a nice check in in the house. Still we keep nice memories of our nice stay at the cottage."
Previous guest - verified booking
"We all enjoyed our weekend stay in the cottage which we found clean, well-equipped and spacious. A personal note from Lorraine and a delicious lemon cake and chilled wine made us feel at home immediately and its’ location made it easily accessible. The boys loved the football table and the many extras provided (books, DVD’s etc). The numerous toilets / en-suite bathrooms were most useful as was a well-stocked kitchen (plenty of crockery & cutlery, an easy to use dishwasher, large freezer & fridge etc). Beds were very comfy and the wood-burner looked good to use in the winter. There were man beauty spots and National Trust properties to visit nearby without reservation. Would highly recommend this property for groups of 7-9 plus children & animals too. A high standard property with many thoughtful details and extras provided (except an hairdryer). June 2011"