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Laura - verified booking
"Where do I begin. We arrived to the property at approximately 5.30 on Friday. On entering the property I could see alot of mess over the floor. The worktops were covered in crumbs and white hard fat had hardened onto the worktop from someone who had been clearly cooked there previously and this had not been cleaned. Initially I thought I'd clean. So I went to local shop to purchase cleaning products and cleaned the worktops. Swept the floor and mopped it. Finally sat on the sofa to see all bits and hair all over it. I contacted Stan- thr property care taker and asked for a Hoover, he brought me his girlfriends. I then hovered the sofa and the floor again. So for them to see that it is still dust on the floor you can imagine how bad it was before.There was dried urine all around the floor of the toilet which I also cleaned. The last straw was when I looked at the bed to see that there was black hair and stains all in and on top of the bed. I am blonde so clearly not mine.I have never stayed anywhere where the lack of cleanliness was that bad. I dont dispute that the owner pays a cleaner but clearly they ate not doing their jobs properly. I cried the whole time I was there. DWe decided to leave when my son said " mammy we want to go home, it's to dirty in here" our home isnt dirty and I dont expect them to stay in dirt. We then drove 2 hours home with 2 tired children and got home at 9.45pm. Overall holiday from hell and to top it off the owners do not think that not being able to stay somewhere so dirty warrants a refund. Avoid!!!!"
RACHAEL - verified booking
"The cottage we were due to have had boiler issues so we were given the one next door which was the mirror image so our ratings are based on that. The cottage was lovely and clean however there were no cleaning products should we had needed to clean a mess, there was a mop and bucket however. There were plenty of plates and cutlery etc however it was all a mix of different items. There were nearly finished toilet rolls and none to replace so had to buy some. The tea towels were leaving dust partials etc on the plates etc. I was disappointed to find no welcome box like we have had in previous holiday cottages, as we didn't know the area and it was getting late we couldn't make a tea or coffee as no complimentary milk, sugar, tea or coffee, didn't get to the shops until the next day, good job I had booked us into the hotel for dinner so got a drink there. Never come across a place that didn't provide this as a welcome after a long journey. The cottage is up a hill, going down to the beach is fine but it's quite a slogg to get back but we didn't mind neither did the dogs! The beach is great for the dogs! The beach is acceptable by walking over the gated railway track just by the hotel or you can travel along the road/path to access the under Pass to the beach. The pool at the hotel is great but only open certain hours for cottage users. Over all I would recommend these cottages but make sure you take a box of essential items, cleaning spray, milk, sugar,tea and coffee!"
Timothy - verified booking
"Basic apartment, one double and two bunk beds. Bunk beds only Suitable for children up to about 12 yrs. I would call this luxury in any definition of the word luxury.Lovely balcony with the hot tub, but as the apartment is dog friendly a gate would be useful, especially as there were dogs in most of the 20 apartments.Laminate flooring throughout and the decoration was all magnolia, but not done to a very high standard.Kitchen equipment and crockery was limited and basic, so much so that we did not use the dishwasher it would never be full.Furniture was a sofa, a chair, table and four chairs and a coffee table in lounge dinerDouble bed, wardrobe and two bedside cabinets in master bedroom with bedside lights.Two bunks and a chest of drawers in second bedroom but no lamp. Master bedroom lacked a dressing table.There were no blinds in the bathroom. The bedrooms had blinds but no curtains.The balcony was nice but the one above was also made from decking so rain dripped through and so did water when occcupants above used hot tub. Luckily their dog did not wee on their balcony.Stan the Caretaker was very helpful and came round each morning to attend to the hot tub.BT Broadband was very good and tv worked fine, as did the DVD playerA car is a must as it is a long walk down to Pendine and facilities are geared towards the caravan park and holiday makers."
Maxine - verified booking
"We loved our stay at Woodlands. It was by far the nicest cottage we have ever stayed in. It was beautifully renovated, comfortable, well equipped. It was a great location to explore the region and we absolutely fell in love with Laugharne. It is just stunning.The location is great for exploring the coast, learning about Dylan Thomas, a short walk to a pub. The food in the area isn't the best but we had a lovely tea at Arthurs (we should have booked early as we would have gone more often). We would recommend going to Pendine Sands, Barafundle Bay (with a nice coastal walk with the dog on the way). We also liked the National Trust Colby Woodland Garden. The dog had a lovely time jumping in and out of the river with some other dogs.We enjoyed the complimentary Welsh cakes in the cottage. My children even managed to sleep as the rooms were so comfortable (unusual for them, guess we exhausted them). I particularly enjoyed relaxing and reading in the lovely bath. We had the fire on once but were really lucky with the weather most of the week.Well done on the beautiful restoration. It's great that you have restored it as it would be such a shame for it not to be enjoyed as it now will be."
Alison - verified booking
"Lovely barn conversion. Home from home. Beautiful area and surroundings. A little isolated though and barn door didn’t feel safe. Spooked out overnight. Need a better lock on the door. Also marked cleanliness down as there were lots of cigarette ends on Patio area from previous tenants. Also the general surrounding area looked a bit unkempt. Probably just need a gardener. The beach was also tricky to access as you need to either cross the railway line(scarey) or go under the railway. Beach was quite rocky for my elderly dog to walk on. The hotel was lovely with a lovely lady ‘Caroline’ as host and seemed to do everything. The Cart sheet is high up on a hill which is about 500 meters long. Need to be quite fit to walk up and down. It is also a little dangerous due to speeding cars. Yes I would recommend to anyone really as you can always drive up the hill. I would go back only if the barn door lock is made more secure."