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Alan - verified booking
"Yew Trees is in an excellent location allowing you to walk into Winderemere and Bowness or enjoy country walks from the door. The property has a great layout with very comfortable settees and comfortable beds and an excellent on-suite shower room although I cannot say the same about the over bath shower. Thank you for the bottle of fizz which was so good I went and bought another bottle. During our stay there was a short power cut in the evening and when we went to look for the torch we found it was missing. Also found that the knives in the kitchen were so bad that they were almost dangerous to us when attempting to cut an onion. I noted in the visitors book that someone had mentioned this back in April. The equipment and layout of the kitchen was excellent but extractor fan could do with cleaning/replacing. I found that the front on the top left drawer on the chest of drawers in the twin room pulled off because it hadn't been glued on. I also noted that the light when entering the basement/Garage area was very poor at illuminating the room an as this is down a couple of steps I would suggest that it is replaced with a different bulb. On entering the property at the front door we noted that there were no coat hooks in the hallway but there were some useful seats available to sit and pull footwear on. This is a good property in an excellent location which could be made great with a few tweaks such as loosing the piano and replacing it with a bookcase or other useful piece of furniture. I would also consider turning the bathroom into another shower room but I realise some visitors particularly those the children may want a bath. The exterior of the property and grounds could do with some TLC which would also make it more attractive and safe to use. It may also encourage visitors to use the rear door into the basement/garage to bring in muddy/wet equipment where I noted there were door hooks and drying racks. On another note I would recommend the Prince of India in Winderemere if you are looking a takeaway."
Alan - verified booking
"This is a very good property due to its location being in a private area midway between Windermere and Bowness making it easy to walk to either. The property is spacious with just the right amount of equipment and not a lot of clutter. However the property could be excellent with a few tweaks. The outside of the property has recently been painted and some of the paving re-grouted but there are still some lose pavers and the picnic bench needs refurbishment as it detracts from the exterior of the property. I found that rain water was spilling out over the gutter at the front door and this was due to debris at the bottom of the drain spout which was being held in place by the drain cover. Would suggest that the drain spout should be cut back 1/2 to 1 inch to allow the debris to wash out. Some shrubs at the rear are too close to the property causing the guttering to block and overflow and the subsequent waterfall being heard from the bedrooms which is unfortunate at night. The hallway is spacious with chairs and a table but could benefit from coat hooks on the wall to the right of the door instead of having to drape them over chairs. The bedrooms are very comfortable with plenty of storage space and loads of coat hangers. However the bedrooms are let down by poor curtains and curtain rails with end stops missing which means if you pull the curtains open too far they come off the track. The bathroom and on suite are excellent but both could benefit from having spare toilet roll holders to prevent space loo roll sitting on top of the toilet and possibly falling into the toilet. The fabric blind and light shade in the on suite have both become covered in mould. As there is an opaque window they could just remove the blind. The kitchen could do with a few hooks to put a towel and tea towel on."
Emily - verified booking
"Overall we had a lovely stay. The cottage is beautiful and in a wonderful location, great for walking. I think the cleanliness needs to be improved, it could do with a serious deep clean, the shower head was covered in limescale (easily recitified) pots, pans, plates and cutlery all needed washing before even using them due to grease and dirt. Baking trays in the oven covered in someone else’s food. I was also surprised that there was no stair gate for the top of the stairs, been child friendly you would have thought this was a must due to the stairs steepness. Having a 2 year old we had to barricade the stairs with boxes and bags so he didn’t get out of bed on a night and fall down them. In the welcome packs and cottage information packs I felt that it was very over the top on how clean you should leave it. Yes we know been self catered you would intend to leave it as you found it bar changing beds and cleaning bathrooms however been a dog friendly cottge also it states there must be no trace whatsoever that dogs were even here. I found myself cleaning like a maniac on the morning of departure in case someone came to find me for leaving a single dog hair!! ( my dogs do not shed) but we pay £20 extra per dog, I’m not sure what this is going towards if it isn’t going towards a more thorough clean after we’ve left? There were lots of rules and regulations to follow which isn’t a great way to start a holiday. And lastly I was hugely dissatisfied to find out later after booking with you that on another website I wouldn’t have had to pay for my dogs and I also would have paid a lot loss for my holiday. I will not be using your company again."
karen - verified booking
"We did enjoy our stay very much but there are a few things that need attention. The paving through the garden is loose and slippery. The garden is 9ft above road level and there are two areas that a dog could possibly fall through we moved the garden benches to block them and so make it more safe and secure for our dog. The bottom garage and drive which would have been ideal to use was un-accessible. We used the top parking area adjacent to the cottage but this is a very tight turn and with a very steep approach. The cottage is very cosy and comfortable and the location has great views across the countryside. It is very peaceful and away from it all but do make sure you get essentials e.g. bread, milk etc as there is no local shop the nearest would be the garage shop on the main road approx. 10-15 mins away which does stock a good selection but obviously not as extensive and more costly than a supermarket. The cottage has a good wi-fi connection and we had good mobile coverage."
Mike - verified booking
"Blease Cottage is very happily situated in Threlkeld at the foot of Blencathra. It was fully equipped, including even trekking poles. Very comfortable and a great place to explore the Lakes. Local amenities are a bit lacking in terms of shops but there are 2 pubs in the village, and one further away in Scales. The nearest pub, the Horse and Farrier, does standard but good pub food. There is an excellent coffee shop in the village hall at the bottom of the road with great views of Clough Head. If you don't drive (we don't) there is an hourly bus service to Keswick which goes on to Workington via Cockermouth. We got a weekly explorer for £29 which is good value as local buses are pricey (by London standards). The local disused railway line walk to Keswick is now totally closed until December 2020 for maintenance, which is a shame but plenty of local walks. Thank you for making our stay so enjoyable. We will return"