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Richard - verified booking
"Accomodation is extremely good and for a family of nine it is perfect. The large open-plan lounge/dining room with a lofty ceiling, ample seating (two sofas and three single comfy chairs and a large dining table, seating ten, is excellent. A log burning stove and guard and a good flat screen tv.Kitchen area could do with more storage space but then the area is not overlarge, good work tops however. The oversized hob extractor had us hitting our heads on it - needs to be higher or smaller!Access to the on-suite showers with the sliding doors was difficult due to the narrow gap and the doors easily fell off if knocked on entry. No heat to the towel-rails making it a problem to dry swim suits and towels after a shower or a dip in the swimming pool. We did ask but were told the boiler was not on this time of the year, but we could put them in the games room! The swimming pool complex, however, is very good and we enjoyed it every day.The 'games-room' now no longer has a table-tennis table and the resricted space (due, we assume, to this area now being the laundry building and hence very hot) prevented us approaching the pool-table in two directions to play. A very dated PC is available here along with a load of old mags and well used games. No seating - there's no room! This facility does not come up to expectations.We loved the garden-space with large table and chairs and the goats just over the fence, who were very friendly. A play area for small children is OK. "
KHAZAELI - verified booking
"Stayed in the West End cottage at Little Edstone farm for 4 nights with our 2 girls and had a lovely stay. The cottage itself was immaculate throughout, comfortable and spacious and one of the nicest places we have stayed, as the owners have obviously taken care to make it so. Just over the fence at the bottom of the garden the farm chickens and 2 goats were free to wander which delighted our 2 girls and the additional setup of the stable in the courtyard that meant they could also easily and safely get close to the 2 farm horses and rabbits was perfect. If that wasn't enough the additional facility of the indoor pool was a welcome bonus particularly as we stayed there the week of this summers hot weather.The cottage itself is less than an hour away from the North Yorkshire coast if you head East or York if you head West, and several towns and villages in between in either direction that provide plenty of places to visit, eat, shop or just to wander around the North Yorkshire countryside so is ideally located.Overall we had a fantastic stay and can't wait to make a return visit and we would happily recommend Little Edstone farm to anyone thinking of staying in the area."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"A lovely property but some areas are a bit tired, especially the kitchen appliances, for example the fridge did not have a handle, several lights didn't work including the hob extractor light, temperature markings on hob had worn off etc, tempremental two slice toaster was not acceptable for 10 person property. Also the whirlpool bath didn't work. We also expected to be able to look around the organic farm as mentioned in the property details but we were told on arrival this wasn't possible, and a farm wasn't the place for children. Having 5 children with us this was a bit disappointing as we had told them we would be able to go on the farm. We also expected there to be a farm shop as shown on the pictures where we would be able to get essentials such as bread, milk and eggs but this wasn't open and looked like it hadn't been for some time. Saying this we still had a lovely time and it there was plenty to do in the surrounding area. This could be a lovely property but for the price there needs to be more attention to detail and the property details definitely need to be updated to avoid guests being disappointed."
Sheila - verified booking
"Whilst we enjoyed our stay there, we had 2 toddlers aged 14 months and 11 months and felt the property was unsuitable for this age. There were 3 cupboards in the lounge/dining area easily accessible to these toddlers and were full of crockery. We had to empty them. One of the cupboards was glass fronted and we had to block it off. The kitchen was open plan and we had to block this off to prevent the toddlers going in. One serious hazard was the kettle. The sockets were at hip level and had a trailing lead, which the toddlers could easily pull, thus pulling over the kettle. Apart from that!! we enjoyed our stay. We were impressed with the fully equipped kitchen, although it took a while to get used to the cooker. We were not encouraged to 'participate in farming activities' as suggested in your blurb and, in fact, were kept away from the animals. We could not get in to see the rabbits or the hens. We rarely saw the owners to ask."
Ms Wolverson - verified booking
"We absolutely loved our stay in this cottage. It was very comfortable as there was an entrance before the living room door and also another window in the living room making the cottage more private. It was warm either with the heating on or log burner and we loved the comfortable mattress/bed! The rear of the property was small but private which we really liked. The bath was luxurious. private and relaxing and the cottage was in the heart of the village. It was great that we could take our little Poochon who loved it too and it was convenient for the park less than 1 minute away and the woodland just 10 minutes away. Although we used the cottage as a base and went out everyday to our favourite places, it can also cater for anyone wanting to stay in the village as everything is on your doorstep! A beautiful retreat for the Yorkshire Moors!"