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Confirmed guest - verified booking
"The cottage was pleasantly situated with a view out over the church and lane. The cottage had a fairly new kitchen and bathroom though the rest of the property was in need of a refurbishing and some of the furniture like the sofa and armchairs, recovering renewing. The twin beds were comfortable and no negative report re the double. Although reasonably clean, some areas needed attention; black mould spots on the bath side and the windows were filthy both inside and out. A nice touch was the seasonally planted boxes on front and rear window sills, a pity though, that the sills hadn’t been wiped clean. Externally the cottage was noticeably shabby compared to its neighbours. The garden was pleasant. The kitchen contents were variable, plenty of plates, only 4 mismatched bowls and lacking in non wine glasses, 3 tall tumblers and one small. The two plastic chopping boards made us shudder, criss crossed with dirt encrusted knife cuts. We didnt go beyond toast so cannot comment on the state of the pans and other stuff. We were provided with one bath towel per person, plus one hand and a mat, we had to take the kitchen towel to the bathroom so we at least had one to use for hair washing and hands. They were not great,one had bleach marks. The beds had fleece throws, I had to use mine in the night as I was cold. I ran my hand over it as I turned over, it was crusty in parts Urhgh. Fresh eggs were a nice touch though milk etc being provided is pretty much par for the course these days in cottage rentals. We rent about 3 times a year, over the country so are fairly seasoned in these matters, this cottage was well below the standard we’ve come to expect."
Rachel - verified booking
"The cottage was picturesque, but not very well equipped. There were clean sheets, and (small) towels provided, plus one roll of loo paper; no hand soap, no dishwasher tablets, no clingfilm for the microwave. Possibly future guests could be advised to provide their own. There was no local information provided other than a book of bus timetables - it would have been a nice touch to give recommendations for local shops, restaurants, walks etc, plus where to catch the bus! Also there was no local contact number in case of emergencies. There was a mish mash of crockery - only 3 side plates and 3 cereal bowls, and only about 8 mugs, so you had to keep washing things up rather than use the dishwasher. Also some light bulbs had blown but there were no spares.The garage was very small, so we could not use it (there was free parking further up the road, so this wasn't a problem). My biggest complaint is the state of the garden, which was smothered in bindweed, although the house handbook mentioned a gardener coming in every week, all they appear to do is cut the lawn.On the plus side, Rottingdean is lovely, with fantastic food pubs, a fabulous bakery and greengrocers, frequent buses into Brighton, and lovely walks around the windmill and along the beach. So we did enjoy our stay, but felt the cottage was very impersonal (not helped by fact that owner took five days to reply to my email about key collection) and a bit neglected."
David - verified booking
"This is lovely house in an excellent location and good local restaurants.We were disappointed with the house though. When you pay premium prices you expect a premium property. For example the dishwasher was broken, we couldn't get the electric induction hob to work and couldn't find instructions. It was marketed as sleeping eight but only had 5 cereal bowels and a mixture of crockery odds and ends. There were too few saucepans. One of the patio chairs had a bolt missing and was potentially unsafe. Several lights didnt work despite changing the bulbs, (not something you should have to do when you arrive). The kitchen table was too small for anything other than two people, the logburner had not been cleaned out and there were cobwebs here and there. Then you are told that to use the hot tub will cost you £150! Clearly the owner doesn't want you to use it.If these issues are addressed we would stay again but until they are we couldn't recommend it. This post has been made with the full knowledge of English Country Cottages."
Lucy - verified booking
"We had a wonderful stay in Freechase Farm Cottage. The cottage is beautifully restored and furnished with elegance and generous attention to detail. The grounds of the farm are beautiful and you feel very rural and secluded while only an hour outside London. There is plenty to see and explore in the surrounding area from long walks and country pubs to Gardens and children's farms. There is no mobile phone reception in the cottage but the wifi is very good. The only point to note is that, in keeping with a property of this age, the ceilings are very low. My husband who is 6'4 could only stand upright in the kitchen and master bedroom. But with a beautiful garden and lovely weather it was worth a bit of a stoop."
Ange - verified booking
"We booked this to celebrate my mother's 80th birthday with all the family and what a superb, little piece of heaven this place is! The cottage is extremely clean, cosy and very well equipped including quirky jam jars for pint glasses. There are beautiful walks through the woods to the local village with an abundance of deer and other wildlife. The enclosed garden was a blessing for our dog to give her a sniff off the lead, as all other areas require you to keep dogs on leads (understandably given the livestock in adjacent fields and wildlife in the woods). Many local pubs in the area that are doggy friendly too serving excellent food. Would love to visit again some day."