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Kathryn - verified booking
"Where do I start, I booked this house to meet up with my 4 uni friends, their partners and children. We had a fantastic time. As soon as you enter, the drive up to the house is very impressive and the pictures do not do it justice. The house was massive, plenty of space that you did not feel you were in each other’s way/space. Plenty of seating around the dining table so we could all eat together and plenty of seating in the lounge so the adults could have a drink together while the children were in bed. Kitchen was a great size and well equipped for big groups. The games room was outstanding and such a luxury to have - the men definitely had fun in there playing on the pool table, snooker table, table tennis table and darts board. Because we had children we drove to Markeaton Park on the Saturday which was only 20/25mins away. We found the location perfect, nice and quiet but only a little drive away from shops, pubs and parks. We loved this place that much that we are booking again for next year."
David - verified booking
"We enjoyed our stay at Forest View. The décor is very well thought out and the cottage was spotlessly clean with good quality fixtures and fittings. We enjoyed watching the planes fly over on the approach to the airport, although may disrupt sleep during hot weather as windows have to be left open and no fan.There are a few things that would have made our stay more comfortable:A blind at the en-suite window is a must.Ditto the lounge bi-folding windows need blinds to provide privacy and help shield the room during hot sunny days.More hangers, or ideally a wardrobe or hanging rail in each room.Shelves and hooks in the shower room to put toiletries and hang clothes on – we had to move a table in from the lounge.The website mentions patio and ipod dock but these were not present.Instructions for hobb, coffee-maker, recycling etc would be helpful."
David - verified booking
"This was for a few days near Derby before my daughter's wedding in the city, for a three-generation family group. We used the ground floor bedroom and bathroom, whilst my partner's daughter and her husband used the inter-connecting bedrooms upstairs for themselves and the children. The lounge and kitchen are open-plan, and also upstairs. The cottage itself is at the end of a lane in a very rural area, but with shops, pubs*, etc only a few miles away. So the setting is very quiet, except for the beautiful peacocks/hens which roam the garden and sometimes stare into ground floor windows! As would be expected in an old building, there are many steps of varying heights to get used to, and in some places slightly sloping floors - but generally this adds to the charm.*The Cow at Dalbury Lees (a couple of miles away) is recommended."
Linda - verified booking
"Adorable cottage, beautifully presented, only recently renovated, very well equipped and dog friendly as well. Helpful owners. However, chilling out in the garden (an enclosed paved and gravel yard) isn’t quite a rural idyll, being right under the flight path for the final approach to East Mids airport and adjacent to a spring-water bottling plant. We would very happily return, but would be more likely to go back in autumn or winter rather than during a summer heatwave when we had windows open all the time and hence heard every plane. Check the location is compatible with your activity/tourist interests: there are many Midlands tourist attractions within range, but the location is semi-suburban, not the Derbyshire Peak District... a holiday here is an ideal base for day trips."
Brian - verified booking
"Lovely spot to stay, nice local walks, plenty of interesting places to go with in easy reach. Cabin comfortable, and bedding clean and fresh, only fault we found was the patio doors could not be opened as lock was broken, and key would not work in it. The strange thing about it was the sign on doors saying FIRE ESCAPE, place was clean on arrival but in the oven was a roasting tray with rancid fat in it. Could have done with some leaflets and information guides on places to go, and clear instructions on the electric cooker, the cooking settings were to faded to see. But we had a enjoyable holiday, very quiet, and peaceful, except for one of the people in one of the cabins had a firework display on the Saturday night."