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Barbara - verified booking
"This was the most unique house we have ever stayed in - an absolute delight. We spent last Easter there, giving it 10 out of 10 and no doubt we would have booked it again. However, owing to the fact that half way through our stay the property was sold and the purchasers paid us a rather threatening late night visit, demanding we handed over keys and for us to vacate the property there and then as we were now in fact trespassing, resulting in us being forced to call the police out as we were concerned for the safety of our 5 year old grandchild asleep upstairs, I feel I am unable to give this holiday any sort of positive rating. We left as soon as we could the following morning having been told a locksmith would be arriving to change the lock, breaking down the door if necessary. As far as we understand, this listed property is to be split into two and re-sold, so doubt it will be available to rent again."
Enid - verified booking
"The cottage is very conveniently situated for places of interest in this West Sussex area, with Worthing town center and sea front just a few minutes drive away. We made use of the little group of shops close by, and to have the excellent park across the road where dogs can run off lead is a great asset. In the cottage there are books in the bookshelves, and games and toys tucked away for any younger members of a family. The kitchen, although not large, was well equipped with considerable thought, and throughout the cottage were little touches that all added to making it a welcoming 'home'. The wonderful log fire at the end of the day was a real bonus, all adding to make the week just a little bit special. I hope the cottage and its history will be preserved for many years to come, for many to enjoy as we did."
Cheryl - verified booking
"The main issue with this property is parking. Although the owner states it is only suitable for a small car their is an issue with the resident at no 7. He has flower pots all over his driveway which means any car driver can not get out of their car passenger side they are in the way. The resident at no 7 is a very aggressive man who is rude and very angry. If young girls were staying their they would be frightened. The owner of the holiday property know about this issue but seems to do nothing about this. Most of the people who write in the guest book does state this problem about parking. Please can something be done or printed about the problem with parking. I am a disabled lady and know where does it state in the print that it is not disabled friendly."
Carolyn - verified booking
"Overall the cottage was good, the location was pretty good; not very close to the beach, but good for visiting local attractions. The layout is a bit unusual, and the garden is a bit small to sit out in and looked very unkempt when we stayed. The car parking space is quite small: you can get two cars in, but one needs to be on the small side. We found the preponderance of personal effects and clutter a little disconcerting; it felt like we were staying in someone's home. Also the non-ensuite bathroom was very small. However, kitchen facilities are great, and the large lounge and conservatory is great for relaxing in."
Robert - verified booking
"As we pulled into Corner Cottage, our first impression was disappointment at the garden. It was very small, all laid to stones and our dog didn't like at at all. Not a blade of grass in sight! And it's wrong to say that there is parking for 3 cars there, as if you want to shut the gate (to keep your dog in) this is not possible! We found the right hand sitting room too small even for just us (2 people) and our dog in his bed. I also didn't like hanging my clothes in the bedroom on hooks on the wall as there was no wardrobe. It was in an excellent location - but we won't be going there again."