Group Accommodation Cottages In The Lake District To Rent
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Alasdair - verified booking
"Location was superb. Easy walk down to the shops, cafes and river of Pooley Bridge, and the ferry terminal. Easy car access to much of that area of the Lake District. The view from the kitchen door is superb, and the one from the sitting room and dining room is OK.The exterior is nothing to write home about. Indeed, the outside area is virtually non-existent. The front is a tiny patch of paving slabs with a few shrubs and a bench (with a little step in front of it, not a big drop as they seemed so keen to warn us about in the listing). Other than that there is the tarmac drive and a bare paving slab path squeezing along the side to a hard area at the back for hanging out laundry, all surrounded by a shabby, falling-down fence. Previous visitors have obviously also come expecting space for children to run around and play, which has led to a big sign near the door warning not to play on the road or anywhere else other than the village sports field behind one of the pubs. This was fine for us given the weather, but I feel it is worth warning people who are attracted by the bunk beds into thinking it is perfect for children.It was possible to get a good wind through the bungalow, which was wonderful in the heatwave we were experiencing.The interior is very dated, to be polite. Actually, it is old enough to give the feel of being dirty and grubby even though it was actually clean. The free-standing fridge behind the kitchen door led to many collisions as opening the fridge door blocked the opening of the door to the rest of the house. The en-suite furnishings were a depressing brown and the majority of furniture throughout looked like a mismatch of things picked up in cheap auctions. The beds in the twin room were seriously uncomfortable, leaving me with back pain every morning (and this from someone who is happy camping). The shower in the main bathroom had the knob on backwards; I spent a very long time trying to work out why it was running cold before I found it mentioned in the visitors' book by a previous holiday-maker.Only one small roll of toilet paper was left in each bathroom, so you should remember to bring your own. Similarly, be prepared with your own cooking oil and all other kitchen staples.In summary, it is in a good location for visiting that part of the Lakes, but you'll want to spend as little time in the actual bungalow as possible."
Paul - verified booking
"The cottage was clean & tidy on our arrival. However, the cottage could do with some refurbishment and I for one would be prepared to pay more for that privilege. The bathroom was a huge waste of valuable bedroom space and could be made en-suite very easily. The shower over the bath could disappear and a proper shower cubicle could easily fit in the bathroom. The furniture in all the bedrooms was basic and in need of renewal.Not sure what you could do about it but the stairs to the top floor were difficult and dangerous. There is a need for a downstairs W.C. The property is meant for 7 people so this is not an unreasonable expectation. Lounge was adequate but the kitchen could do with a total refurbishment. The cooker top does its own thing (being electric) and the oven is untameable. I have got used to much better quality accommodation and was disappointed with this cottage. Myself and my family will not be back here until it has been refurbished. I'm sorry if this sounds offensive, - it is not meant to be but I believe that it is better to be honest. A lick of more inviting colour on the outside window and door frames would do much to lift the kerb appeal. The photographs on line flatter the property. Location is good and this would encourage a return stay if/when the property is refurbished. Housekeeping could be more diligent as we found three broken glasses hidden in the utility room - on a window ledge which is below counter height, beneath pile of tea towels. We were lucky not to injure ourselves on these. Fortunately, the beauty of the area was undiminished by the sub standard accomodation."
Gareth - verified booking
"We were hesitant in posting this review initially as we hoped our experience was a one-off. However since similar experiences have been posted recently, we feel that we should post an honest review in the hope that this property can fulfil its potential in the future. S72876 is a fantastic property with amazing views that we just couldn’t stop gazing at. We were aware that this property allows dogs and saw that there was a small charge per dog. We assumed this went towards the extra cleaning involved after a dog had been at the property so were hopeful that cleanliness wouldn’t be an issue. However, we were extremely disappointed (and a little disgusted) to find our baby’s play mat and toys covered in numerous dog hairs and at the discovery of a big ball of dog hair under one of the armchairs. Unfortunately, it does not look as though the surcharge is being put to good use. The property would also benefit from a little tlc. As another review has mentioned, the decking around the conservatory needs work (loose, slippery boards) and the summer house is not very inviting, again with loose decking and the retaining piles behind the summer house having given way. This property could be one of the best in the Lakes and a little bit of maintenance would put it there."
Natasha - verified booking
"This is a great cottage in a good location for accessing Keswick and the surrounding hills.The cottage was clean, tidy and well decorated with most things in good condition. As regulars staying in cottages it was pleasing to have a well equipped kitchen and especially welcome to find sharp knives. The lounge was homely and the wood burner a lovely addition especially in winter. Had it been warm enough the outside space and picnic table would have been a real treat ( we will come back in summer)There were some nice touches- the desk and reading area, suggestions of where to go/what to do and some lovely pictures and photos on the walls. It felt homely. We had 4 adults staying in the house and although it sleeps 6 we felt it would be a squeeze with any more people (downstairs and especially in the lounge and kitchen). The bedrooms were however all good sized and the bathrooms too.We found the sofas to be a bit too slouchy and all would have perferrred a more supportive seat and maybe a foot stool or two. The lack of designated parking is a bit of a bind but most evenings we secured a spot not too far away. Overall Vergers Cottage is one of our favourite finds in 15 years of staying in the Lakes and we will book again!"
John - verified booking
"The cottage was ideal for our family - 2 adults, 3 children - age range 6 to 13 and our dog.It was well equipped and the rooms were of a fairly good size. The master bed room and the double room were particularly good in terms of size.The furniture and decor were tasteful but not fussy so we felt at home there and did not feel worried about children or dog being around expensive ornaments etc - i.e. it has a lovely lived in feel.The separate lounge and dinning room allow for flexible living. The utility room was a good size and particularly useful in terms of boot and coat storage. It was also an ideal place to dry off a dog.The woodburing stove was a treat and kept the downstairs very warm when lit.The village is quiet and lovely. I was very relaxing to work from the cottage to different parts of the village.There is a good shop and lovely places to eat in nearby Askham. Penrith is also within easy reach.This was a corner of the Lake District that we have not explored before and we enjoyed it as a less busy place compared to the central lakes."