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tracey - verified booking
"We arrived as a young family of four, to a warm clean house. We were surprised at just how big it was. It soon became apparent that the heating was on a timer and most of the rooms were really chilly, so we had to wear coats. On contacting the owner, they arrived at the house within an hour to amend the issue. Which we were surprised at how quickly they had come to help us. So we were very grateful. The house is in need of some maintenance, but nothing that can spoil your stay. You have all the kitchen equipment that you can need, and the views are stunning, Even In cold February, we went onto the beach , which is directly opposite, every day! Either walking to Clacton Town Centre, or to the Pier, which only takes 20 mins. It was a lovely fresh walk. It was as pleasure to stay somewhere, that you didn't have to use your car to get around. We did not travel far, but even walked to the Town Centre at night time, with young children for a lovely evening meal, in the various restaurants there. It was a lovely stay and We would definatley come back again next year."
p - verified booking
"A large property in a very enviable position. Ideal for a beach holiday with fantastic sea views and close enough to the town centre for all the amenities you require. There's plenty of space for larger families and the house is well presented. On the down side, was surprised to find no information is provided regarding the equipment, facilities or useful contact or location details for local services and GP etc. Also no guest book to enable feedback . Traffic noise during the day is quite obvious and the sealed glazing units at front have failed and therefore hold condensation. Some of the provided towels were also badly stained. We also found out, on arrival, the beach area is currently being rejuvenated and is closed to the general public in Clacton. If you want the beach you need to travel further along the front to gain access. The work is also being carried out around the clock and rocks are being delivered onto shore through the night."
Patricia - verified booking
"Extremely disappointing. We did not like the area and when we drew up to the cottage, nearly turned around and looked for a hotel, but so tired decided to put up with it. The lady next door asked us to move our car directly after arriving, we did not intend leaving it there it was just to unload but she opened the door immediately. The cottage is very small and very badly equipped. No lamps in the lounge only a central light. No coffee table. Nowhere to eat a meal even if you did decide to eat in. The bathroom was not nice, needs refurbishment. It was a last minute thing and totally the wrong decision for us. No one mentioned the property is for sale at present. The so called courtyard garden was a disgrace, wouldn't even think of sitting out there and where the key was kept at the front you had to put your hand through an overgrown prickly bush full of white fly. Decided in future not to take any more cottage holidays."
Anthony - verified booking
"The accommodation itself was basic but generally clean and comfortable . The patio/ rear outside area was covered in bird droppings and not conducive to sitting outside/eating. possibly unhealthy. The end of the paved area was being used as a dump for old concrete and soil and someone had dumped old chicken bones which could have been harmful for our dog At the front a soil pipe for the associated house was leaking raw sewage. Car parking was confined. The preliminary information said the accommodation was 50 yds from the beach . Although true it did not say that the beaches were closed due to long term renovation work and also dogs are not allowed anyway. This was a big disappointment but we found good dog beach walks at Frinton and Walton on the Naze and south Clackton.It is a pity that the outside of the property was so neglected as a little attention could have given it a much higher rating"
Rosina - verified booking
"Although a beautiful house and in a good location, several aspects of our stay were below the standard we would normally expect as frequent visitors to holiday cottages. Actual entry to the house was made difficult and several of the bedrooms were extremely cold. Only a waste paper basket in the kitchen for a household of 8 for a week seemed very inadequate and the lack of provision of toilet paper seemed to us to be rather mean. There were dead flies on the floor in the living room and the fridge had not been cleaned properly. There was no book giving information like the WiFi code, nearest doctor or hospital or where the nearest shops were. There were Christmas decorations but the lack of a nearby caretaker meant that the house did not seem welcoming and we wondered what provision would be available in the case of an emergency."