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Val - verified booking
"Generally good holiday property for a large party, good space, furnishings and equipment.Too close to a noisy busy road, which meant sitting outside in the small garden area was not pleasant, so we moved the garden furniture to the front, which worked, although it was not private from other residents at The Terrace. It was also noisy during the night and particularly in the morning, for people who were sleeping on that side of the house.Major irritation was the cleaning team! When some of our party arrived early and wanted to park at the property, they were told that the parking spaces wouldn't be available until 4pm and that their cars would be in the way. This might be acceptable, if it wasn't for the fact that on the day of departure, when our departure time was 10am, some of the cleaning/maintenance team arrived before 9am. One parked his van right in front of the cottage, in a space we had intended to use for loading one of our vehicles. He then sat in the van and stared into the front door watching as we all moved around loading our vehicles. Eventually he sat at the table outside the front, and other cleaning people arrived early also. It felt like vultures were swirling overhead waiting for us to go, and definitely spoiled the last hour of our visit. When we were saying goodbye to other family members at 10am, people who we wouldn't see for another year, they were already in the house and stripping the beds."
Paul - verified booking
"Stayed in Threlkheld before so I knew what to expect. There are 2 pubs. The horse and farrier do excellent food and you can take your dogs in. But it’s very popular so you need to call in advance. The accommodation is very basic, but it has everything you need for your stay. There was even complimentary tea, coffee and milk. Along with washing up liquid etc... the owners kindly let us take a second dog but you need to enquire before you book. Our dogs are fairly small so would be different if you had large dogs. The building itself is very old and the floors and walls are uneven. This added to the overall experience and even though on the main through road it was very quiet. My only niggle was that the windows are old and not very draft proof. This was fairly uncomfortable sitting in the living room. We counter acted this by having the log fire on. There are fantastic views of Blencathra from the landing window and some good walks from Threlkeld. Overall, I’d be happy to return here as it is a great base to explore the lakes - but ideally, you do need a car as there are no shops. Keswick being the closest approximately 4 miles away."
Rachael - verified booking
"The cottage itself is quite nice but in need of a bit of TLC. The downstairs bathroom door was slightly warped and in need of planing, there was a water stain on the carpet in the downstairs bedroom and the shared outdoor gas bbq was filthy when we arrived. It was a hot weekend when we were there but there were no fans in the property and when you opened the door/windows the property was inundated with flies - a simple fly screen at the door would have helped. The upstairs bathroom smelt damp throughout our stay, despite opening windows to let some air in.Also, shared outdoor space is fine if your neighbours are friendly - ours were not. Their children prevented ours from playing on toys provided by the property, they hogged the pool and caused a confrontation over the booking system which they claimed not to understand. Perhaps if this had been managed by the owner rather than visitors it could have been prevented.It's a nice property, with plenty of space for youngsters to let off steam but it could be an outstanding property in time. The owner is lovely however, and incredibly helpful with her local knowledge."
Claire - verified booking
"I stayed here for 3 nights whilst working in the area. It was a little difficult to find in the dark so another signpost for the house facing the road would be helpful. Lovely warm welcome on arrival and the place was spotless. I note guests are asked to clean the job, fridge sink etc on departure which I was happy to do. I had an issue with the heating on the second evening and the owner came straight over to assist which was great. The bedroom is cozy, the limited headroom and it’s in the eaves might be a challenge for those over 5ft 8 say but was fine for me! The only wc is downstairs so be prepared for this once you are upstairs for the night! All in all great accommodation which I would recommend, lovely owners"
Sarah - verified booking
"This would have been value for money usually I’m sure. However, there were a lot of noisy building works in the cottage next door that we weren’t made aware of prior to booking that in the end caused us to pack up and go home early as it was still going on at 10pm. I originally thought I would go back when there are no building works but as the owners didn’t so much as ask why we were leaving early or if we had a good stay I probably wouldn’t. Owner did give us a bottle of bubbly half way through the week by way of apology for the noise but it doesn’t change the fact it carried on and actually got worse. It did spoil the peace and quiet we hoped for to be honest."