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"Shore waters is a lovely location and the cottage is well equipped. We have a thirteen and ten year old and they loved crabbing from the balcony. Appledore has everything that you need and is incredibly friendly and a foodies paradise. We had such a lovely time there. Westward Ho! Was great for bodyboarding and the Milky Way was a great day out for the family. The down side was a cottage a couple of doors up is being gutted and totally done up so all through the day there was constant banging and high speed tools on the go and I also had to close the doors on the balcony due to the language coming from the builders. (This is not the owners fault and these things happen) The Bathroom downstairs is very cramped and we read that it was to be re done and is a little tired and could do with some TLC. There were a number of bulbs blown and not replaced on our arrival and the previous visitors had not left the wheelie bin unlocked so we had to store our rubbish bags until the next collection. As this is a fisherman’s cottage the stairs are very steep so be careful. Although these are the negatives we had, the pros certainly outweighed them. It really is an idyllic cottage and location. We would certainly re visit if the chance arose. Appledore captivates you with its charm and so does the cottage. There are certainly some quirky and eccentric houses in Appledore which we loved. There is no sea side chintz, but classy delicatessens and shops. If people mention about the parking negatives, there are none! Little exercise never goes amiss. It was very logical and makes sense. Unload and load the car on arrival and departure outside the cottage and then park in the public car park. Simple! Thank you for letting us use the cottage and we would certainly like to return."
Anon User - verified booking
"…where to begin with a stay and an experience which just seamlessly worked so well. Yes, the weather God’s also smiled on us such that the latter part of Sunday afternoon was spent by most of us sitting out in the deck chairs facing the setting sun..it was an incredible week-end weather wise and we really could not speak highly enough of the whole experience. The house works on so many levels and we were formerly resident in the Far East and have already mentioned it (Heatherside House) to that many people that hopefully some bookings from over there might materialize in the future! We were very appreciative of your patience with our booking and how accommodating you were. I honestly looked at the Croquet Lawn when we visited the property and thought, ‘well that will be too wet or damp and will not get any use’…oh how wrong I was! The ladies who cooked were great, the food very good indeed and really this is, as I am aware you already know, a very special venue..we all had the best week-end possible, with the laser clays also being a lot of fun. Whilst we were blessed with one of the best week-end's weather for summer, let alone that is was autumn, our three days at Heatherside House were quite simply brilliant. Every aspect of our stay from the venue itself to the in house caterers and including the arranged activity of laser clay's worked perfectly. Heatherside House is simply an outstanding venue for all ages to enjoy each other's company for a few days and to celebrate any special event. Edwards Group"
Paul - verified booking
"Loads of parking space and we got a lovely warm welcome with thoughtful touches thrown-in for the weary traveller to enjoy! The cottage itself is just perfect, with views from the living room across a beautiful valley and a kitchen that was the social hub - big table for eight and great cooking facilities, utensils and white goods all very useful. There's a cupboards stocked with family games, jigsaws and a library too for those wet and windy "stay at home and chill" days. If that isn't enough, the Games Room has pool, table tennis, skittles, darts, bar skittles to bring out the competitive side of everyone in a fun environment.The medium sized garden was secure and big enough for our Great Dane to enjoy, the living room has very comfy leather sofas and a decent sized smart telly. Broadband was good but struggled with more than a couple of devices at a time, and thankfully for the work-weary the mobile service (on Vodaphone) was able to handle texts but voice calls in the garden only.The bedrooms were airy and very comfortable, well appointed with all three showers piping hot and great flow rate. We did a wash in the utility room and hung out to dry on our own washing on the rotary washing line."
Deborah - verified booking
"A lovely base for our very enjoyable visit to N Devon! Very clean, nicely presented and decorated. Bedrooms are spacious with excellent beds. Though tiny, the kitchen had all we needed and more. The garden is not large but is pretty, with plenty of decent seating/sun umbrella/table. It's a scant 10 minute easy walk into Bideford town centre. Being away from the centre meant that traffic near the cottage is less noisy. Easy access to bus travel and the A39, which seems to be the main road for travel along the coast.While our hosts had kindly left a folder with some local info, it would have been useful to have had more information on local walks and places to visit, and on public transport. The 17 year old in our group bemoaned the lack of internet access but the adults didn't miss it at all! Bideford is not particularly touristy so it was always easy to get into restaurants - unlike nearby Ilfracombe and other beauty spots. Be prepared for the steep hills. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed staying in Curlew Cottage and would like to return."
Wall Group - verified booking
"We had the most fabulous Christmas – almost the whole family from ages 4 to 78, and the time just flew by. Christmas Eve we dressed for dinner, canapés and champagne by the log fire, then dinner by candlelight around that huge table in the dining room. Christmas Day was a really relaxed affair – presents round the tree, a treasure hunt (ideal house for that) and silly family games. The children of all ages loved the games room and the barn, and the cooks gloried in the huge kitchen. A real old-fashioned Christmas, with lots of photos to aid our memories for years to come. Things we particularly liked though were: the huge centre work surface in the kitchen, with TWO dishwashers, the courtesy lighting in the skirting upstairs, the boot room (VERY useful), lots of fridge space, and lots of logs for the log fire. Many thanks for all your help throughout our preparations, and best wishes for for next year."