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Cheryl - verified booking
"Grebe Cottage was spotlessly clean. Couldn’t find fault with that aspect at all. We loved the cows directly behind the house on the farm & it was lovely to wake up to cows mooing and cockerels crowing, so totally different to home. There are no amenities in the village, except the pub, so you have to travel to nearby Martham for any shops etc. We felt that the kitchen wasn’t equipped enough for the maximum number of people,with only 4 side plates, dinner plates, bowls, mugs, glasses etc & only two saucepans, one frying pan & one glass ovenproof dish. You couldn’t easily cook a meal there if you were staying for a while. We were only there for breakfast, as we went out to eat the rest of the time, so it didn’t matter too much. In addition the double bed was really hard and uncomfortable, although for somebody else it may be fine, but there were no spare pillows or blankets should you need them. One of the biggest drawbacks is the parking & getting up and down the narrow lane to the property, especially as you have to reverse the length of the road in order to get the car parked on the hard standing directly in front of the property. If you had a big car or one that is very long you would struggle."
Lucy - verified booking
"We had a wonderful bank holiday weekend at Mill Cottage. Our hosts lived just a handful of metres away in the main farm house and were extremely friendly and accommodating, not batting an eyelid when we turned up at almost 11pm and happily showing us how to work the heating etc. They'd also kindly provided a welcome basket with some local bread, cheese and cider, as well as their own homemade raspberry jam which made for a delicious breakfast. The cottage itself was spotlessly clean and wonderfully cosy. It was well located with a small village nearby and easy access to the Brecon Beacons and the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. We were also told that we could freely wander around the farm and take ourselves off for walks across the fields which was lovely. One thing to note: we had dinner at the Nag's Head on our hosts' recommendation although when we got there they didn't have any vegetarian options without prior notice so make sure you phone ahead if you have dietary requirements - the pub landlords were really friendly and welcoming, and the food that we did have was really delicious so it's worth a visit."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Lovely clean cottage, bright and cheerful. For people interested in self catering, the kitchen has a large fridge and cooker but only very basic equipment. Lack of a frying pan meant no full englishfor the other half. The bed was extremely comfortable and we slept well, although the sofa in the living room left a bit to be desired, watching T.V. and relaxing in the evening was uncomfortable. As advertised, there were walks from the cottage door, lovely for dog walkers, also there were dog towels supplied for anyone who had forgotten their own.This cottage is an ideal base for those who want to go out and explore all the time. However, parking can be awkward for the larger car owner, but we managed. Another thing that we found was that, at times, the heavy farm machinery in the farmyard behind the cottage became obtrusive, especially as the windows and doors were open in the hot weather ."
Miss H - verified booking
"We stayed at Samphire House for 6 nights. Check in was easy, biscuits and tea waiting for us. It was lovely, comfy and homely. We had everything we needed including Tupperware for picnics and beach towels. Lovely patio to sit out and a barbecue . Perfect location 5 minutes walk in to town centre. The parking space is a real asset. We received a lovely card in the post wishing us a happy holiday which was a lovely touch from the Penny & Tony. Lots of eating places we loved Paul Ainsworth at No6, The Mariner on Rock, Rojanos In The Square and Rick Steins St.Petroc. Then you can cycle it all off on the Camel Trail. We hired our bikes from Trail Bike Hire. We would highly recommend staying at Samphire House.It has everything you need "
Timothy - verified booking
"A really comfortable cottage in an idyllic location. The property had a lot of character and charm with a large garden and stream nearby. Wonderful dark skies at night and close proximity to country walks.Our hosts were very friendly and welcoming without being intrusive on our peace and quiet. The nearby village is handy for pub meals and local shop. We enjoyed fantastic sunny warm weather and enjoyed seeing many historical and natural sites nearby.One minor problem was the access lane being very uneven which some low slung vehicles might have difficulty with.However overall the standard of accommodation was very high and I would recommend it as an excellent quiet retreat in beautiful surroundings."