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gemma - verified booking
"I booked New Pastures for six of us for bank holiday weekend. The main selling point for us was the hot tub. The cottage has lovely gardens, and a spacious drive On arrived we did the usual inspection of the property. It was clean throughout and well presented. The kitchen has cups, plates, oven dishes, cutlery and glasses. Limited tea, coffee, dishwasher tablets and my friend was devastated when we couldn’t get the lid of the tea pot!The beds were made, and a welcome folder on the kitchen table. There is basic free view but this didn’t bother us as we had brought games with us. Outside there was a table and chairs, however there were only four chairs as two have broken. There was a washing machine and tumble dryer in the utility room. There were towels ready and out for our arrival. We did drive past the cottage as it is set back a little bit. The hot tube was clean and smelt strongly of chlorine, but was at a comfortable temperature and the PH was checked whilst we were there. The Hot Tub could only fit 4 of us comfortablly but we did squeeze in ! :0) There is a co-op about 5 minutes’ drive away and local supermarkets about 20-30 minutes away dependent on traffic. It is close to Tywcross Zoo (about 10-15 minutes away), ten pin bowling (30 minutes away) and the forest. There was a welcome folder that had details of local amenities and activities. The only two things that let this cottage down are: there is no wifi. We looked everywhere and couldn’t find it. We couldnt get phone signal, which I cant blame on the cottage. We also did not have a landline which meant that should we have an emergency there was no way to get help (apart from calling on the neighbours) Whilst it was nice to get away from emails and social media, this concerned me as I have some medical issues and I was concerned that we had no phone, no landline and no wifi to be able to contact anyone should an emergency occurred. This ment that as soon as we got to a place with signal the number of missed calls and texts was unbelievable. Should there have been an emergency and my anyone in my party needed to be contacted there was no way of this happening unless you left the cottage. You can manage not having any phone signal if you have wifi as you can be contacted on other methods. The beds were uncomfortable. They creaked with every movement and were only standard double beds, and given one of my friends is over 6ft, he wasn’t very impressed but again it was ok for what we needed.This is a lovely cottage and perfect for what we needed."
Nancy - verified booking
"We had a lovely week at Park View Barn. We had perfect weather that helped, so we spent a lot of time in the 'sun room' and south facing garden. We have two dogs and the garden was secure and big enough for them to investigate smells and noises without feeling hemmed in. The trees in the garden were full of ripe apples that kept falling from the branches, so we utilised them - and the wonderful kitchen - by making apple cake and apple crumble. The walks in the woods nearby were excellent too. Going to a new area with dogs is always a little unnerving as you want to be sure they are safe and not going to get lost. The wide mown pathways meant it was easy to keep a track on where the dogs were and it was easy to find your way around. The location is beautiful and waking up to see horses and chickens out the window was lovely. And the sunrises and sunsets were stunning too. You truly felt like you were in the middle of nowhere. However, if you did want to go anywhere it was not far to civilisation. Only two things were disappointing, one the road to the property is unmade so if you have a heavily laden car with not great suspension - look out! The other was the shower, not overly safe if you have mobility issues or are unsteady on your feet. We would visit again. We needed a week away to relax and do nothing. This property allowed us to do this and not feel guilty about being lazy!"
Christine - verified booking
"Although we had a fab family holiday (5 adults) in New Pastures we were disappointed with some of the aspects.It was situated in a lovely village giving access to the New Forest, which is lovely.The bungalow its self was very spacious and extremely clean and had everything we needed, including some games etc. What let it down there was insufficient chairs to sit at the kitchen table (we had to bring one of them from outside) and also the hot water. We were five adults and after only two possibly three showers there was NO hot water left for the others. If we washed up using the hot water, it cut down the showers too.The hot tub was no where near big enough for all us five adults in fact four of us only just fit in it. The first night the hot tub wasn't hot enough to use but the rest of the holiday was fine. We were disappointed also at the jets not being powerful enough and hardly gave any bubbles.Given the amount of money we paid for the bungalow for the week, it should have been a bigger hot-tub given that it sleeps NINE people(it was the smallest one (and the worst jet-wise)."
Kelly - verified booking
"We hired Stenson Hill Farm for our annual large group holiday and were impressed. We are 5 families with 9 adults and 8 children and 1 dog.The bedrooms and bathrooms were adequate in number. The bedrooms are large and comfortable. The water pressure of the showers could be improved.The kitchen is large with two tables and chairs, there is an additional large dining table in the conservatory, which was great to seat all. The sitting room is huge with comfortable sofas and a very large fireplace. The games room was a hit with children and adults.The outside space is brilliant, a well kept lawn areas where we could play rounders and the dog had he freedom to run around safely as it is not near any main roads of other farms.We drove a short distance to Markeaton park which is situated in nice surroundings, which has a boating lake and high wire activity that the children enjoyed. We also enjoyed brunch at a lovely pub on the canal called 'the malt shovel'The manager is highly attentive and professional. I would recommend this venue."
Kathryn - verified booking
"Despite the query I had with the 'child's' bed all 9 of us (7-69 year olds) managed to sleep comfortably. Any problems encountered with equipment during our stay were promptly dealt with in a friendly manner. I did leave a list of suggestions for further improvements on our departure as requested by the proprietors to further enhance the enjoyment of the property by future guests. The hot tub was a big hit with all of us and we loved the amount of space available both indoors and out.New Pastures is brilliantly situated for access to walking and cycling tracks and most of our days (thanks to good weather) were spent doing just this. Shugborough Hall and Twycross Zoo were enjoyed by all who went. Ashby Castle (Ashby de la Zouch) is also well worth a visit.If only we could fit in double the number of bodies we would love to return for a big family holiday."