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Year round you’ll find festivals, events and activities to please your whole group. From horse riding to the Hay Festival we are sure you won’t be disappointed. If you need a break, the markets are well stocked with wonderfully local fare to enjoy back at your holiday cottage. Perhaps most famous of all, Herefordshire is known for its long standing, top-class cider production. Here you’ll find the home of Bulmers; the largest cider mill in the world!
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- Ms Martin, November 2018 - verified booking
"This was not the case. The parking was on the road outside the property with a hand painted sign saying reserved parking that probably wasn't really applicable as its a public highway. We did have a bit of a problem on the Sunday with people visiting the Tram for lunch meaning we had to park half on the pavement and half on the road but was ok at other times. The cottage was quirky and nicely decorated but the downstairs shower room was snug. There were no radiators upstairs but luckily the weather was mild (but wet) for the time of year but I'm not sure how warm it would be in a frost. I would recommend buying plenty of logs if you use the woodburner as the starter pack consisted of just three logs and a pile of newspaper but the fire made it very pleasant and cosy. One thing I would suggest is an additional chair in the lounge. There are two double bedrooms but there is only a sofa which sits two comfortably, three would be snug and four not really possible. But everything else was fine. A well equipped kitchen with plenty of crockery, cutlery and glasses and the bigger bedroom had a really comfortable bed. We both slept really well. We would recommend the Tram for delicious food and The New Strand for a drink with the very friendly locals. A period cottage in a good location. Thank you"
Mr Emanuel - verified booking
"The local provisions shop extends many metres behind it's facade. It was a pleasant surprise to see such a well stocked shop and congenial shopkeepers. For the cottage the basic must haves were all there. The rural internet worked well apart from the odd blip now and again - probably when the local school children arrived home and all logged onto their games machines together. The bed was very comfortable with a flat mattress and no sagging. The cold water tap provided tasty cool mountain fresh water. There was piping hot water at all times in the basins and shower. We like staying in old cottages from centuries ago, particularly when they have kept all their original features like this one. There was no plasterboard or new timber in sight. The old doors and their locks were still there. The old quirky timbers and undulating walls were preserved in their glory. Just remember that in the 16th century the original farm workers who lived there were much smaller and the original doorways reflected this. Step back in time and enjoy the experience."
kelly - verified booking
"Visited Ferndale Cottage with my best friend, her two children and my Dog! The cottage was cozy and spotlessly clean with everything that we could possibly need for a comfortable stay. The beds were very comfortable! The village of Colwall is lovely & quiet with enough there and within walkable distance that there really is no need to use a car for the weekend.The only 2 things I would mention are that the stairs in the cottage are quite steep, not an issue for us but may be for some.The other thing was the living room furniture, there is one armchair and a small sofa so not a lot of room for everyone to sit comfortably on an evening.Other than that, I would absolutely recommend the cottage!It was our first visit to the Malvern Hill's area and I can absolutely recommend it, particularly for walkers."
Peter - verified booking
"The apartment is well appointed, spacious, and conveniently situated for walking into the city. There is very little to find fault with; but I would like to offer two recommendations. The fan in the en suite does not shut off for a long time and is therefore disturbing at night. Perhaps the timer could be adjusted. When entering the property there is an unpleasant smell that is best described as cat’s pee; it could well be a cat has gained entry via the cat flat and has sprayed. It would be worth having the carpet inside the front door thoroughly cleaned."
- Mrs Stubbs, July 2018 - verified booking
".. clean,comfy,well equipped and in a good location for local attractions. The cottage is very old so there are low doors and beams ... tall people be aware you will bump your head!! Although the cottage is not on the main road through the village ... the main road does carry some commercial traffic and there is road noise early morning ... this might be an issue for some people. We were there in very hot weather so had windows wide open... but it was ok. Garden is lovely to sit in in the evening, local pubs were welcoming, food was good at The Tram."