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masonshouse - verified booking
"The property is an Victorian Boathouse it is located on an amazing scenic lake. Every Window from the property has a view of the lake. The boathouse itself is in very good condition, the kitchen is well equipped with a large electric oven and hob, dishwasher and a great island which helps especially when catering for 6 adults and 2 children. Everything you would need to prepare meals is there and there is a great butcher in Leek town centre and Sainsbury's is a 5 minute drive). The bedrooms (4 bedrooms) are very well maintained, very clean as well as the bedding. Games room although does not have windows is very well lit with a pool table and dartboard provided. Living room is very well equipped with seating and even Sky TV, as well as excellent free Wi-Fi that can be picked up all around the property. We loved sitting on balcony in the mornings drinking tea and just enjoying the view. There are lovely maintained gardens that give you privacy from the road but unobstructed view of the lake. The view from the lake is even better and the owner even leaves two Kayaks a rowing boat and enough life jackets for the Titanic for your use. The whole family had fun on these including the grandparents. Needed to contact the owner a few times (silly little things where were the spare light bulbs and what direction was the pub that you could walk too), His communication was excellent replied promptly and answered our silly little questions, for me this gives me great peace of mind when the owner is only a phone call away. We will definitely be booking for next year."
Heidi - verified booking
"Having stayed at Blackclough last summer in the same week and had a fabulous time, we were unfortunately disappointed with our return stay. The location is absolutely stunning. Remote, amazing walks from the door which made us want to return. However, the cleanliness of the kitchen in particular was poor. No tin opener which was frustrating and no tea towels although we managed to find some in a laundry basket in the boot room (which we did not have access to on our first trip). There was a problem with the water pump which was incredibly noisy and intrusive. Not sure if they had already been aware of the problem before we reported it. A plumber visited midweek but was unable to rectify the problem whilst we were there. So it was not a peaceful stay with noises through the night. The timing of our visit was just bad luck as plumbing issues cannot be predicted. The accommodation is cosy and comfortable, well equipped kitchen. We enjoyed the wildlife with sheep peering through your front door and a hare spotted through the bathroom window. A 15 min walk down to Three Shire Head bridge with waterfall and plunge pool - a must! So much to do in the local area with bike ride along the Monsail trail into Bakewell and stunning walks from Edale, the start of the Penine Way."
Andrew M - verified booking
"Just got back today. To begin with, our bedroom which was in the cellar was amazing, the huge windows opened up with the water just below and you can actually see small fish feeding off the surface. The living room and balcony were very special and homely. Yes the oven could do with updating and the wifi isn't great but that's more than made up for by the house. I highly recommend jumping in one of the kayaks on a calm morning and head left to row all the way to the end of the lake. If you go into leek and have dogs as we did, some of the pubs are very dog friendly. Some of the other lets along the road had hot tubs and seemingly better boats but didn't seem to make our stay any worse off as this is the most impressive house on the lake in my opinion. I also recommend going on the rudyard lake light railway which is a lovely little steam engine the runs along the lake and back which you can actually see from the house. A great family holiday."
Tracey C - verified booking
"8 family members stayed in this beautiful property a week at last month. The house is well equipped with with everything you could need. It has it's own beach where I spent many hours relaxing whilst fishing. The games room was great fun in the evening for family pool tournaments. The only couple of downfalls were two of the bedrooms had the beds pushed against the wall because they weren't really double rooms. Ours in particular was swashed between a wall and a massive fitted wardrobe making it tricky to get in and out of bed. The second was all the steps leading down to the house. Wasn't really ideal for our disabled mum. Overall, the house was amazing and fantastic for just escaping for a week to chill out. I could have actually stayed longer and that's unusual for me! The youngsters had fun on the canoes provided at the property. Leek was a short car ride away and a lovely place to visit."
H - verified booking
"Overall the cottage was just about okay. There were simple things that let it down.Positive-The cottage was in a good location for walking the manifold way up to Wetton hill and Thors cave. It was on the main road though and very noisy. It had character and the wood burner was good for warming the house up.The kitchen area was small but had good equipment.You would struggle to fit 4 people around table.Negative- overall cleanliness was really bad and comment book had many comments about this. The cushions on the sofa had lots of stains on them.Bedding was clean though.Main bed was uncomfortable and springs and electric blanket could be felt.Small tv which scratched our DVD and then wouldn't play others.The towels were too small.I wouldn't stay there again I'm afraid."