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Graham - verified booking
"I am afraid that I cannot give a glowing review here as things did not start out well and went downhill from then. The first issue was getting in contact with the owner. We telephoned when we got there, but there was no answer and her mailbox was full so we could not even leave a message. We then encountered dog muck (from her dogs we presume) by the steps to the property. We were expecting these steps, but not the fact that the hedge had overgrown them, making it difficult to get down them (they are not that even in the first place). The keys were in the door, so that was OK, but we felt, from the first that the place was damp and musty. It was not long before we realised that this was a big issue, but hoped that heating the place up a bit (it was not a good August day) would help. This was not to be easy the first night, as the central heating was not working, and had not been for sometime by the looks of it, the pressure in the system being Nil (a sign that it had not been working for sometime). We did light the fire in the woodburner, and that save the day heat wise, but did nothing for the smell of damp and must. To be fair the owner did tell me that the cottage (a converted barn) did get damp, but that is more reason to keep the heating on all the time.... The cottage was well equipped though, just a shame that we could not enjoy it all as we had to stay out of the place because of the smell. My wife was effected the worst, waking up sick every morning because of the smell. The smell and dampness also meant that we could not enertain our grand children at the place (they were going to spend a night with us), it simply not being right to bring them into that sort of environment.The place was clean, but we did think we saw a while coating of mould 'spores' on the vertical surfaces of the kitchen cabinets. In the end we left a day early giving them an excuse about having to get home. It would be a lovely place to stay if they got rid of the damp, cleaned the dog muck up and laid out the 'welcome pack' with all the details of the cottage instead of leaving it buried in the book case. They would also do well to look at the comments in the visitors book. The first entries where they left a cream tea for their guests on the first night being something that they have stopped doing (it was well received when they did it), and then there were comments about making the bathroom better (by the way this smelt of paint once the heating was on, another reason to think the heating had been off for some time, the paint on the radiators not having really been heated much before). Sorry to have to be so negative overall, but it did not just leave up to the required standards."
Gillian - verified booking
"A very homely feel to this cottage. Lots of seating and good to have two rooms so people could separate if they wanted a quiet corner! Beds weren't very comfortable. We were a family of three generations - the grandparents nabbed the master bedroom because it was easier for them to have the walk-in shower rather than climb over the bath in the main bathroom. Mum and Dad of the group had the second double room - although not small, it did feel as though we'd got "second best" with the smaller (cheap?) bed and limited clothes storage. Bedding was good quality though. Good range of kitchen equipment. Lovely idea to have a seat under the shaded area in the garden but it was just too mossy to actually want to use it! Would be nice to have a second bath mat - with up to 4 people using it one after the other, it was never dry!! No shaver charging point in the main bathroom. No mirror placed in a sensible position for hair-drying. A hand towel for the kitchen and downstairs toilet would be helpful. We recycle nearly everything when we are home but afraid we became very lazy during holiday - with no recycling boxes, we ended up putting everything in landfill sacks. Sorry, but when we've paid a lot of money to go on holiday, we are not looking to spend our time dealing with sacks of rubbish and travelling to recycling centres. Not enough dishwasher tablets or bin bags for a week. Your information folder REALLY needs to be completely updated, there have been so many bits changed by hand, and it is really unpleasant to handle as it's so old and grubby; such a simple change that wouldn't cost much to do! I hope you will take this as constructive rather than just grumbling - they are all minor points but it causes irritation after a week - and they could all be fairly easily improved on for future visitors. Landline phone for emergencies proved invaluable for us as one of our group unfortunately became ill during our holiday and had to stay in hospital for 3 days so good to have security of landline when mobile reception failed (but is there a problem with the phone, it was very difficult to hear people?). All in all this was a lovely cottage we were pleased to come home to and the minor issues listed above would not prevent us from coming back - it's just we don't get away much as a family during the year, that when we have our annual holiday we are seeking an absolutely perfect break!"
Gary - verified booking
"What a fantastic property in a fantastic location for both relaxing and touring. We were a family group of 8 adults and and 1 dog, all of the group were complimentary about Stoneyend with not one single complaint. I have rated local amenities a ten also because everything we needed was just a short drive away, (note, not a short walk).There are some fantastic walks right outside of the front door and the attached land is perfect for the shorter dog wanders with the immediate garden also making a perfect free space for a well behaved dog and for children.The local Una resort was a perfect venue for a special birthday event and is walking distance from Stoneyend if a local cafe/bar or restaurant is required,highly recommended.Stoneyend has all the facilities that you would expect such a premium property to have, however, the cinema/games room proved a perfect addition for the group, especially the younger ones for table tennis, Pool and darts. This would be a perfect bolt-hole for those days with less welcoming weather.We will definitely be planning another trip to Stoneyend and can highly recommend it for a group or family get-away. I would just like to thank the owners for allowing us to stay in such a special property in such a spectacular location.Ten-out-of-ten, first class stay :)"
Helen - verified booking
"We spent a lovely two weeks here with our children and the grandparents. The house was beautifully clean and spacious. Despite other reviews we found there was plenty of seating in the lounge! The photos don't do the house justice as its been redecorated throughout since the photos on the website were taken! Bathrooms a bit dated but fine. Very comfy beds and the kitchen etc. had everything we needed. BBQ also provided which we used a lot! Handy garage for storing beach stuff etc. Only downsides were the fridge freezer being in the garage, and the garden is a little on the small side (though still enough space to sit out and kids to play). No direct contact with the owners (entry by keybox) but the next-door neighbours were very friendly and helpful. Marhamchurch itself is a nice village with a pub and local shop selling basic provisions. Had a couple of lovely meals at The Wier (walking distance just out of the village). Bude and its beaches are only a 5-10 minute drive, and there are several local supermarkets. Great location to explore the rest of North Cornwall too, and plenty to do."
Mr. P Smithson - verified booking
"Very nice cottage in a great location. Good garden for the dogs, but not totally secure. Large, well equipped and comfortable. Just a few niggles that would be easily resolved and make all the difference:1. No hand soap (which had been noted previously).2. No oven instructions and when we called the agent he wasn't very helpful. One issue was that the oven was switched off at the wall and the clock needed to be re-set. We found instructions ourselves on google. Other electrical appliances where left on so it would help to leave the oven on also.3. The information booklet stated that some cleaning products were available but there were none.4. The information booklet was shabby and out of date (which had been previously noted).5. There was only one extra black sack. We managed, but a party of six would not.6. There are no recycling facilities which we found incredible.7. We tried to use the vacuum but it was broken and difficult to use.8. The windows were dirty.9. The en-suite had dirt and mould on the vanity unit, tiles and ceiling. Not luxury!"