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Ruth - verified booking
"Just returned from a weeks' stay at Church Barn Le Grande and overall very impressed with both the barn itself and the facilities. Great to be able to park both vehicles under cover right next to the barn entrance, which made for easy unloading and loading of the car. The barn itself certainly offers the 'wow' factor - on entering through the front door, you are straight into the dining/kitchen area (seating for 6 at the glass-topped dining table) with high ceiling and patio door leading to large wrap-around enclosed garden which the dogs thoroughly enjoyed. The kitchen was fairly well-equipped with an electric 4-hob on the island and two ovens situated at chest height facing this. Plenty of drawers and cupboards for utensils, pots and pans - if you're big into cooking and aim to make use of the facilities a few times, items such as a measuring jug, slotted spoon and a potato masher were lacking, but due to past self-catering experience these had been packed just in case! Dining, side plates, bowls and wine and champagne glasses were pentiful, as were mugs - athough water glasses/tumblers were in short supply. A wide wooden staircase leads up to the very comfy 'lounge area' complete with roomy leather sofas, large wooden coffe table and wall-mounted, decent sized flat screen tv, complete with Bose sound bar. Dvd player and Sky box completed the entertainment system - couldn't seem to access the movie channel though, or download programmes to the Sky box due to inactive/incorrect codes. The bedrooms were roomy, and well equipped with excellent storage options and plenty of coat hangers. The smaller double ensuite to the right of the barn entrance would have benefited from a king size bed in our opinion to make things fairer for two couples, but not a major issue. Beds were on the firm side and additional pillows were available. Both bathrooms were nicely proportioned with the larger of the two offering a huge rectangular bath tub and his and her basins. The barn also offers a double and single bed in the family room up a small, narrow flight of stairs to the rear with skylight windows - this room shares the bathroom which is just next door to the superking bedroom.Our stay at Church Barn was relaxing and it was a great place to come back to after a long day out, thoroughly recommend and would certainly consider another stay there if there weren't so many other places we want to explore in this amazing country of ours!"
Richard - verified booking
"It was very disappointing to find on our arrival at Corner Cottage that the level of cleanliness was far below any reasonable or acceptable standard. We were obliged to spend the first few hours after our arrival, and more time thereafter, clearing up the dirty and unhygienic state in which the house had been left. This was true particularly of the kitchen but also of other areas. These are some examples of what we found: food decomposing in a fridge and a freezer with the smell that creates; dirty cutlery in the cutlery drawer that needed to be put through the dishwasher before use; crumbs and congealed food on the kitchen and dining tables; old food in the microwave; dirty cooking pans and other kitchen equipment that needed to be washed before use; a piece of cheese unwrapped or protected in the back of a cupboard; tissue paper covered with what looked like excrement under a grate in one fireplace; a grate and a bucket full of ash in another; a dried pool of some sticky substance with hairs stuck to it on a bedroom window cill; overflowing rubbish bins with no space for additional rubbish sacks.We have photographs of some of these examples. Despite the state of the house it had been signed off as having been cleaned and checked by the house cleaners.This low standard of cleanliness and hygiene was unacceptable and, in any case, was inconsistent with a house for which we were paying more than £1600 a a week. It was a shame that it marred our stay which was otherwise enjoyable, in a house that was otherwise well equipped and situated."
Teresa - verified booking
"Thank you for a lovely stay in a very lovely home. Sophie is an excellent owner and very helpful throughout. We had a very happy family holiday at Corner Cottage.She gives very useful advice and was always prompt with any enquiries 10/10 for Sophie.The views are completely stunning. Such a lovely area and so many wonderful places to visit. We managed several trips to the local woods, Chartwell,, Whitstable , Herne Bay - which is worth visiting for the very splendid ice cream in the Italian cafe on the Old Bandstand, I had a Peach Melba that would rival any top notch restaurant, Bedgebury, Ightam Mote , Knole , Emmetts Garden, Ashdown Forest and wandering round local villages and mooching about the house and garden. If you don't have National Trust membership its a good place to get it , you'll make good use of it here alone.The best meal out we had by far was at The Hatch at Colemans Hatch. I'd recommend booking just in case .It's a lovely part of Kent to stay in and the pictures are truly representative . It's a lovely house and again the views are completely stunning . I loved waking up to birdsong in bedroom 1"
Rosemary - verified booking
"Sadly, not a positive experience. The cottage had not been cleaned to anything like a satisfactory standard. The Aga contained an ancient cooked meal in the bottom oven. There were hundreds of cigarette ends, wine bottle tops and empty food containers in the patio area on arrival. The dustbins were overflowing with the previous occupants rubbish. The hot tap in bath did not work at all - so we all had to use the two showers in a cottage advertised to accommodate 10 people. The bedding was basic and had not been ironed. The kitchen lacked basic cooking equipment and what was there was greasy and dirty on our arrival. On arrival, we had to clean all the kitchen equipment. It was all extremely unpleasant and unhygienic. The kitchen smelt damp on arrival. The chairs in one bedroom and the lounge were infested with moths/insects. The cottage itself is itself very pretty and well placed in a beautiful part of Kent with lots to do nearby."
Lenzil - verified booking
"Absolutely loved our stay at the cottage. Incredible views from the garden, and the house has alot of character. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed their stay. Local supermarkets are about 20 minutes drive away, however that's what you get if you want to stay out in the countryside. The only issue we had was that the oudoor bins were already full. So we didn't have any place to store all our garbage. So we used the utility room as a means to store it. Apart from that, we loved it, and would definitely stay there again."