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Kathryn - verified booking
"Our party of 14 friends and family stayed here for a long weekend in mid July and had an amazing time. One of the group had a birthday that weekend so we always try to get together. The house was ideal, with lots of living space so we didn't feel on top of each other at all. The house is perfect for a large friends/family get-together.There is one ensuite double on the ground floor. The first floor has an ensuite family room with one double bed and two singles. Then there is an ensuite double and another double with a seperate bathroom. On the second floor there is an ensuite double and a room with three single beds and seperate bathroom.The beds are really comfy and the bed linen was all really clean and good quality. We never struggled for hot water even though all six showers were running at the same time on the Saturday morning. The kitchen was really well equiped with two large fridge freezers. There is a large dining table with plenty of room for 14. There are two lounge areas, both really comfortable. Both have large TVs. There is also a toilet on the ground floor. Outside there is a large table, again with plenty of seating and space for 14 to eat. There is a large BBQ which we used a few times.The house is in a good location, there is a shop across the road and two pubs both serving great food within a couple of minutes walk. The train station is also close by if you don't want to drive.We went to Cartmel races on the Saturday and caught the bus from the train station to Cartmel. It was only £3.50 each return so cheaper than booking a mini bus or using taxis.We had a fabulous time and will definitely look to book again!!!"
MarianVaughn - verified booking
"Our son booked this cottage for a family weekend for my 70th birthday. There were twelve of us, 9 adults and three children aged 5, 3 and 2. The five bedrooms were large and well equipped and just the right combinations for our family groups. The first floor bathroom was enormous and the second floor shower room a good size. The kitchen was spacious and well equipped as was the utility room. The dining room had seating for twelve and the lounge space for the adults. The second floor open-plan lounge area would have been ideal for teenagers to have their own space. As it was, it was used by my youngest daughter who had the little girls decorating a cake and presents out of my sight! Above all, the whole place was spotlessly clean. The only downside, although not a major problem, was the key collection. It was fine when we arrived as we came by car but my husband and I decided to have a night on our own on the Sunday when everyone else went home for school and work next day. We do not drive and although the Pheasant Inn said it was only a mile and a half away it was on narrow country lanes with no pavement and heavy traffic - not a place for country walking! We managed to get a bus there but then had to call a taxi to take us on to the railway station. A better system for people without transport would be helpful. However, we loved it and are all agreed we will do it again."
Mrs Edwards - verified booking
" 1. On Sunday 17th March we had no hot water from the lunchtime until Monday morning. On my return from a walk my husband phoned Martin and though helpful he told us that there was nothing he could do until Monday. And at that time could not specify at what time on Monday but he was aware of the problem and diagnosed it immediately. The heating engineer turned up at 10.00 am on Monday and addressed the issue and resolved it in thirty minutes. It was a cyclical maintenance issue of a pressure tank adjacent to the hotwater tank that had no pressure and which should have been carried out previously. Our discomfort was that we were unable to shower and clean up after a long walk and the children left for home without a bath. 2. There was no TV remote for the kitchen television. There were a host of remotes but none for the kitchen. 3. It is important to state what is and what is not provided in the accommodation. We were without a hair dryer for the weekend. 4. The sauna was included in the facilities but was locked and not available to us. If Sykes accept weekend lettings then they should have a maintenance service for Sundays and other days. It is a poor service that leaves a big house with eight adults and two toddlers without hot water for nearly 24 hours. I would like your response on these four points. "
Howard - verified booking
"1. Some of the bathrooms and bedrooms are tiny and barely adequate2. The shower in the top bathroom is virtually unusable. If anyone else in the house runs a tap, the shower temperature drops to freezing or rises to boiling. If more than 2 taps are in use there is almost no water coming out of the shower3. There needs to be some system for emptying the bins when there is no one staying. The recycling bins were full when we arrived and overflowing when we left. Surely this is the Caretaker or Agent’s job?4. Although the kitchen is well equipped, there is an element of over-thrift in the supply of things like toilet rolls, tea towels and dishwasher tablets. I have never stayed anywhere where spare toilet rolls are not provided. Six cheap, small, poor quality rolls for 6 bathrooms are inadequate. Similarly, 6 dishwasher tablets for a household of 10 people for a week is not enough. Bearing in mind how much it cost to rent the house, skimping on these things gives a bad impression.5. Five of the mugs in the kitchen were chipped and one of the large cafetières was cracked and leaking. Things like this should be checked when the house is prepared for visitors. Again, it gives a bad impression.6. The position of the house on the main road means there is a lot of early morning traffic noise and very restricted parking."
Mr Gormley - verified booking
"The kitchen is the perfect place for a bunch of people to sit around the table playing traditional Irish tunes and we can play all night without disturbing any neighbours. Through the day there are enough rooms downstairs to accommodate a group of people learning new tunes in one room, a bit of harp practice in another, flute and whistle and fiddles getting together for a session in the sun room and a lively conversation in the kitchen. The Old Joiners Shop is ideal for our purpose and set in a beautiful location . This is the second year we have gathered like this and I booked for next year the minute I got home. There are a few minor issues that might be attended to. There's a broken shelf in the fridge, there is no brush to sweep the kitchen floor and there is still the persistent risk of a drip through the dining room ceiling from a leaky shower upstairs. The kitchen is well equipped and we have learned to enjoy the game of searching the many cupboards and drawers to find a tin opener or a chopping board. There is a generous supply of wine glasses but I'm going to have to bring my own beer glasses in future. However, none of this spoils our enjoyment and the consensus is that we had a fabulous weekend."