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Anuji - verified booking
"We have stayed in many cottages in the country as we go every year . This by far was the worst cottage we have stayed. Only good thing about this cottage was the hot tub and the view from this which was lovely. Apart from this the cottage is in a working farm so expectably it smells constantly of cows and the cottage is always full of flies. We constantly had to keep food and fruits covered due to the amount of flies in the house. We actually felt like we were in a barn.No one can sleep downstairs fur tontoncreaky floor board upstaires. It’s is very very noisy and would wake you up even if they just get out of bed to go to the toilet.Downstairs toilet gets flooded if one would have a shower as there are no shower curtains.All pots and pans are so old nothing can be cooked as the food gets stuck to it. There was only one frying pan which was blackened and old. All the plates and cups were chipped and need replacing.We wanted to have a BBQ as the weather was really nice, however this was so dirty and not cleaned from previous occupants, that we never used it. Owners dogs were very friendly but they were constantly around the cottage and there is dog poo everywhere. I love dogs and we had one of our own, however the owners dogs were all over even inside the cottage if the door is left open even for a short time.the cottage was done very cheaply.To get to the hot tub one have to go outside and go to the back garden so it was inconvenient to carry food even if you want to eat out specially on a nice sunny day. As a result having spent such beautiful days in the cottage we couldn’t sit out and eat. The table and chairs out side were full of bird droppings and not able to sit on anyway. We never spent time in the cottage all day as it was pretty disgusting.The windows all open to the main farm house and the rest of the barn area which was very cluttered and unkept. We have stayed in many farm houses/ cottages/ barn conversions, however none were so bad I am sad to say. The money spent was such a waste."
Wendy - verified booking
"It was a lovely old cottage and our boys really liked it. However, for us, the location was a little too remote. We didn't enjoy the twice daily 10 minute drive on narrow country lanes! The property was spotlessly clean, apart from the grill and oven which were both very dirty and greasy. Bedrooms were large and comfortable with loads of storage. The cream tea was a nice touch! However, we often stay in holiday cottages, and one thing we have always found useful was a Welcome pack. We searched everywhere but couldn't find one. When you first arrive, it's helpful to have a list of the closest supermarkets but we had to drive around aimlessly for half an hour or so, before we found one; something we could have done without, bearing in mind we had arrived later than expected, due to bad traffic. The TV could also do with updating. With no internet or mobile signal, we were reliant on the TV to find out about the next days weather, but the small screen size meant certain info dropped off the screen.The DVD player only played back DVD's in black and white too!3 days before we were due to leave, we discovered the gate from the decking to the garden, which was a nice surprise for our boys, but again, a welcome pack could have told us about this. We didn't know when it was bin day, and had no instructions about what to do with our recycling. The owner had already warned us before we arrived that she wouldn't be available on arrival, which we were fine with as we didn't think it would be a problem. However, with no Welcome pack, it was more of an issue. We had a lovely stay, despite these niggles, but we hope you take the request for a Welcome pack on board!"
Nicky - verified booking
"The cottage was easy to find and we were given easy instructions on how to access the property by Rosena. It may be helpful though to have a sign on the driveway indicating which cottage is where as we had numerous people park outside on the first night who were staying in the cottages behind and were lost.The property was very well equipped with two ovens (an essential when cooking for 20 people) and 3 fridges/freezers (which was very nice as we could keep all the food and drinks cold - and there was a lot!) Also there were plenty of glasses, mugs and plates etc without the need to be washing up every ten minutes.We stayed for a family weekend for my "big" birthday celebrations, with ages ranging from 2-79. The children loved being able to play with loads of space and the downstairs bedroom was handy for my in-laws who prefer to be downstairs.The property is pet friendly although you cannot let dogs run free on the lawn which was a bit of a shame, but understandable due to the chickens.The only criticism I would have on this property is that some of the bathrooms and downstairs loo room did not have locks on the doors. Also it was not easy to take the dogs for a walk as the initial bit of road leading to the walk to Bampton is a bit dangerous with no paths or verges. Neither of these detrimentally affected our stay though.All in all, we had a wonderful weekend away and I would definitely return."
Ian - verified booking
"Tardis-like which is cottage bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside! The cottage has a old-world charm with a good sized kitchen/diner with everything you need and large lounge. Bedrooms also generously proportioned with (unusually in my experience) plenty of wardrobe space. The master bedroom has it's own TV, en-suit and box-room wardrobe/dressing room.The on-site managers were very pleasant and helpful.Tip: remember to keep a small amount of cash as you will be billed for gas/electricity at the end of your stay. Ours came to about £24 so in the winter it is likely to be more.The property is just outside of Uffculme village and so a bit out of the way although a short drive takes you onto the M25. A Tesco's and Aldi are an easy 10 minute drive away in Cullompton.All in all we enjoyed our stay."
Libby - verified booking
"We had an absolutely lovely weeekend in the Granary. It had everything we needed to enjoy the weekend. Steve and Selena were really friendly and went out of their way to ensure we were happy (even retrieving footballs off the roof!). The converted barn is spacious and well decorated and the upside down layout isn't really an issue. There are two entrances to the garden and hot tub so you can either walk between the main house and the barn via the car park or round the back which is more secluded. There are dogs on the property but they are extremely friendly and well trained so weren't an issue during our stay. We would completely recommend the property for families, couples and friends and will be returning!"