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Helen - verified booking
"We really felt at home in Wood Cottage. It is really comfortable, well equipped and just about everything is thought of. The only 'complaint' we had was it was too warm to use the stove in the living room! I would definitely recommend Wood Cottage to family and friends. Plenty of room for 5 of us to spread out and feel like we had our own space, without having to go to the bedrooms. As others have said, the photos do not show how spacious it is. Our 2 dogs were also easily accommodated and the office made the ideal room for them to sleep in at night. Communication with the owner, Rik, was easy and he was very quick to respond. The canal is a very short walk away, as is Tesco's and the local pub, the Navigation Inn. We had 2 meals at the Navigation and they were delicious. There is lots to do in the surrounding area, with most attractions etc being no more than around half an hour's drive at the most. I can also recommend the Bridgehouse Bakery in Whaley Bridge too - amazing cakes etc. All in all, a great holiday in a wonderful setting. We would love to return for another visit."
Victoria - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay in the Regency! It is a lovely period apartment on two levels, decorated to a high standard with a lot of care. All the bedding, kitchen equipment etc were of a much higher standard than we usually find in a holiday home. Because of this, we did a lot of cooking in the apartment - there was a Waitrose nearby. There were also plenty of good restaurants within a couple of minutes' walk - we would especially recommend the Thai restaurant. Buxton itself is an attractive market town. We spent a day exploring, and we went to the Opera House for a play one evening. We spent the other days further afield, visiting local caves, eating Bakewell pudding, seeing Chatsworth House etc. There are also a lot of good walking routes but the weather wasn't nice when we were there, so we'll save that for another time. When we arrived home, being in such a beautiful holiday home has inspired me to redecorate our own home soon! Thank you to Jane for such a great welcome and a lovely home for a week."
Dave - verified booking
"Got off to a bad start, I booked early to avoid price rises only to have the price reduce by £40 before I paid the final amount 10 weeks out but I was still expected the old amount, I can understand with a few weeks to go but the reduction was 15 weeks in advanced.It was comfy and well equipped, the Sky was a nice touch though it was a shame it was connected to the internet which give a best experience. It was one of the best Studio properties we have stayed at.Real downside was the access to the property, restricted drive, narrow roads and a school meant it was a nightmare trying to get to and from the property we seemed to catch school time every time and the parents didn't seem to have a brain cell between them just blocking the road unnecessarily. It was easier to walk the half mile to the chip shop than get the car out, that how bad it was.The speed cameras that were round every corner got very wearing"
Ian - verified booking
"We enjoyed our time in Dewsnap Spring - however, at our age we did find the sofa rather low and my wife had difficulty getting up from it! That said the property was well appointed and kitted out. When we first used the washing machine the machine would not spin and dry the clothes. This was because the water drain was blocked with what looked like tissue paper pulp and bits of plastic, which we were able to clean out from the front access point. Regrettably, we also found that the top part of the dishwasher was not working and the crockery was not cleaned. This was due to the internal water feed pipe from the from the bottom rotor point had been knocked and was disconnected from its mounting. Once found this was easy to sort out as it just needed to be pushed home. In both these instances once the minor problems had been sorted out the appliances worked fine."
H - verified booking
"Overall the cottage was just about okay. There were simple things that let it down.Positive-The cottage was in a good location for walking the manifold way up to Wetton hill and Thors cave. It was on the main road though and very noisy. It had character and the wood burner was good for warming the house up.The kitchen area was small but had good equipment.You would struggle to fit 4 people around table.Negative- overall cleanliness was really bad and comment book had many comments about this. The cushions on the sofa had lots of stains on them.Bedding was clean though.Main bed was uncomfortable and springs and electric blanket could be felt.Small tv which scratched our DVD and then wouldn't play others.The towels were too small.I wouldn't stay there again I'm afraid."