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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Abdon To Rent.
Rowena - verified booking
"This is a charming cottage with a lovely secluded location and great secure garden for our dog. It's perfectly located for walking in the Shropshire Hills and served as an excellent base for our trip. We didn't mind the absence of electricity and running water in the cottage. Hot and cold water taps were just a few steps outside and the decidedly unVictorian outside bathroom was well appointed. Cooking on the range took a little getting used to but just meant that meals took a little longer to prepare. The thermos we brought to take on walks was filled with hot water each night so we could have hot tea in the morning without lighting the range and a head torch for washing up and night time toilet trips was also a big help. The only area we found the cottage lacking was comfort. Whilst the double bed was comfortable enough, the single beds were not and there was only one vaguely comfortable chair in the house. Clearly Victorians weren't ones for sitting down. Other than that, it's a lovely cottage and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay."
John - verified booking
"We were greeted and welcomed and shown around. The cottage is next door to where the owners live, which helps if there is a problem or you need information. This is not a working farm.Access to the cottage from the main road is via an unmade potholed track. The layout inside is a bit curious, but we found it OK. The galley kitchen can be a bit of a scrum if more than one person is in there as it is also the passage to both bedrooms. One bedroom has an on-suite but the other bedroom has a bathroom accessed through the kitchen. We found this shower tended to be a bit cool. Weirdly this one is electric but the other one was off the mains and worked very well. One thing that needs to be realised is that entering the cottage is via a step which is quite high and someone with mobility issues may find this a problem. Overall it was comfortable and worked well for the four of us."
Shirley - verified booking
"Lovely cottage in a great location. You can easily walk into Tenbury Wells. Nice cupcakes and fresh bread plus coffee and tea plus fresh milk and lovely flowers made us feel very welcome on our arrival. The cottage was exceptionally clean.The Pembroke House pub/restaurant is really good and so close.The cottage sleeps 3 but there are two big lounges and a large dining area.The kitchen is OK but very narrow and could be better equipped.We were very lucky with the weather and there is a nice area to sit outside.The bedrooms are nice and cosy and comfortable but the main downside for us was the bathroom which is really small and the shower over the bath is not very practical. The bathroom looks very nice - lovely bath and nicely tiled but not very good for having a shower. There is a second downstairs toilet and a sink in the main bedroom which are useful."
Roderick - verified booking
"We stayed at The Knowle last weekend (1st - 4th March) with our family - 10 adults and 5 children, for joint Birthday celebrations. The house was ideal had a lovely feel to it, and the accommodation excellent. It completely suited our needs and the snooker room was a super amenity. The house is well maintained, immaculately clean as are the bathrooms. We were able to walk alongside the river, there is access to a public footpath immediately opposite the house, the Swan pub is about 80 yards away where we had drinks and children’s meals on Friday night and a superb Sunday lunch. Bridgnorth is an attractive town with lots of interesting shops and restaurants and the funicular railway is added interest. All round a great weekend so many thanks to Helen for allowing us to use her beautiful house!Rod and Gill, Sutton Coldfield."
Dave - verified booking
"a very pleasant stay. cottage generally very good, but the sofa is not the best for relaxing.We were promised a barbeque and a cellar. Dont mind about the cellar but if we knew there wasnt a barbeque we would have bought our own. We ended up having to go and buy one.the location is excellent and very convenient for all the local attractions in Ironbridge. Nearest pub is 2 mins walk.I think a little more space should be created in the front garden to be able to make the most of the view over Ironbridge Gorge. there is plenty of room for a table and chairs out the front if the plants were tamed a little loved watching the buzzards in the day, and the owls and bats at night."