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Confirmed guest - verified booking
"On arrival we were surprised that previous reviews had described the cottage as spacious. As a group of 5, we found that the awkward size / shape / layout of the seating area made it difficult to all watch TV together in the evening. Whilst it's nice to have an extra sofa away from the TV for those wanting to read, the seating near the TV only had 2x two-seater sofas and 2x dentist waiting room- The seating area is also the through-route between the kitchen, bathroom, pool room and staircase, so it felt a bit like a corridor at times. I think the cottage would be most suited to a group that wants to spend evening sitting around the large kitchen table, or perhaps two couples who want to go out early hill walking and spend evenings in the pub. Positives: clean; plenty of hot water and the shower was good; corner room bed was comfortable; pool table was great; the north-east facing garden has views over countryside; the wifi was fine; there are a 2/3 really good National Trust properties in the wider area but driving there takes quite a while. There's a steam railway close by. Negatives: the property is right next the A52 so there is 50mph traffic noise from 6am; bathroom radiator is too small for the room which is cold; condensation problems causing puddles in the bathroom and kitchen; bathroom and kitchen floors are freezing, bring your slippers; cooking was challenging at times due to poor quality pans, but the oven was good. Overall, we thought the property was quite expensive for what we got, compared to others we have stayed in, especially as it isn't in the most popular location."
Alison - verified booking
"This accommodation is excellent. Despite its age, the cottage is well appointed with a well equipped kitchen including washing machine and tumble drier. As the mobile phone signal is unreliable at best and mostly non existent in the National Park, it was brilliant to have WiFi and a landline ( payphone but able to receive incoming calls) to keep in contact with elderly relatives. A smart tv was an added benefit. We had a steady supply of hot water. The bedrooms were roomy and the master had a four poster bed which added to the romance of the cottage. In general the owners have up-dated the property without damaging its original character. We were surrounded by beautiful scenery and woke to the sounds of sheep. It is a rural idyll.The big houses of the Peak District were within easy reach and even Lyme Park was only 60 minutes away. Roystone Grange Farm is perfectly situated for sightseeing and for walking with the High Peak Trail right on the doorstep. It is a site of rich archaeological interest and our seven day stay only gave us a glimpse of the history of the area. Our hosts were hospitable but not intrusive and as they live in the adjoining property they would have easy to contact had we needed their help. We loved the cottage and look forward to staying there again."
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."
Emma - verified booking
"The apartment is perfectly located in the heart of Buxton with views of the Old Hall Hotel, the Devonshire Dome (now part of the University of Derby) and the Palace Hotel. It is like staying with a much respected great aunt as there is a lot of furniture and ornaments. However, like some older properties, it could do with an upgrade, especially the bathroom and kitchen. Despite this, it is comfortable and the chair placed by the large lounge windows allows you to spend a lot of time watching the people of Buxton come and go. Also, there aren't many holiday properties where you can sleep in a 6 foot 4 poster bed."
Rosalind - verified booking
"We enjoyed our stay in this basement (cellar) apartment. We wanted somewhere to stay for the Buxton Festival and this was ideal being just a short walk across the park from the Pavillion and Opera House. As the weather was fine and we didn't spend much time in the time in the apartment, the lack of outlook was not a problem. The bedroom is quite small, but adequate with plenty of hanging space. The bath is a good size and comfortable, but the shower is attached to the taps, so is only really suitable for washing your hair. Lounge seats were comfortable, but the Wifi was a bit intermittent."