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Jacqueline - verified booking
"We have stayed at suncroft for the last 5 years, but unfortunately we do not believe we will return next year, was really disappointed this year.The downstairs bathroom light didn't work, it wasn't the bulb, it was the actually light fittings were dodgy, so couldn't use the bath or bathroom after 4pm. The tumble dryer wasn't working which we were told the day before we arrived when we rang, we were told the people before us blew it up but also that no-one had been there the week before we went, so couldn't understand why they had not been able to replace the tumble dryer. It was wet and windy, so needed this facility. The path / private road leading to the house was extremely muddy, which wasn't a problem in itself, but the house does not have a mat inside the front door so if you go into the conservatory you leave mud and dirt on the carpet, but there is a cleaning bill if you leave it dirty. With the house being by the beach and the whole point of going to stay there is to walk the coast line, you would think common sense would mean a mat of some sort would be used. Otherwise you have to stand out in the wet and rain to take your shoes off and then have no where to put them. Luckily we brought items to start a fire, as there was nothing but a bucket of coal, no paper, kindling or matches. The house was very cold when we arrived.The upstairs showers were just a trickle and cold most of the time. There was no cleaning products to be able to clean the bathrooms etc, which would have been handy.The large comfy armchair which use to be in the conservatory is no longer there, there are 2 small sofa's and a small chair, but these were not high enough to be comfortable to stare out to sea for long. Overall, really disappointed, which is shame as we have had some lovely weeks in this house, but do not think we will go again."
Izzy - verified booking
"Lovely cottage. As beautiful as it looks in the photos and in the idyllic countryside. Probably not ideal for 8 adults, as fourth bedroom too tight and only 7 seats in lounge. Dining room table gets in the way as kitchen too small for it. Fridge difficult to get to as behind table if during a mealtime. Lovely aga provided for those keen on baking or roasting. Walking distance to town if you are fit and healthy. We had a small problem with one of the beds during our stay and the owners came out immediately to help. Very friendly. Welcome basket of cornish goods as a gift on available was very sweet. Lots of leaflets and information pack written by the owners helped us make the most of our stay. Suggestions for next time; larger mirror in main bathroom for boys shaving, rugs need non slip lining on laminate floors as risky, stair rail for bottom stair would be a good idea, creaky upstairs bathroom door needs a spot of oil, another sofa in main room to ensure all guest accomodated. But hope to return for another lovely stay. Thank you! "
Sue - verified booking
"There were several plus points for this property: location, parking, 2 en-suites, but it didn't work well in hot sunny weather. The main living area was a south-west facing conservatory which became an oven in the afternoon. Windows could not be left open when we went out for the day as the lock did not work on the door leading to the bedrooms and kitchen. The windows of one bedroom opened into the conservatory, so the only air feed for the room was hot. The final gripe was the oil-fired boiler for the whole house sited next to the other bedroom. At 7.10 each morning this woke us with a start. It sounded like a jet engine. The controls were taped over, so previous visitors must have found this difficult too. It also produced fumes which never completely dispersed because the air circulation was poor."
Debra - verified booking
"The walk into town is 15-20 mins but not so easy if loaded up with beach stuff, other than that location is wonderful, good base, lots of places to go within half hour drive. Marazion is small but gets busy due to the Mount.The cottage lives up to it's name - very cosy. You actually feel as if you're living in a friends house with many homely touches. Everything spotlessly clean, comfortable beds, upstairs shower very powerful. Kitchen well equpped & cooking on the Aga surprisingly easy. Garden nice with a summerhouse, lovely to sit in on an evening. The road outside very quiet. Definitely recommend."
Barbara - verified booking
"Edgars barn is set in peaceful beautiful countryside. At first sight its a very nice piggery conversion, modern light and airy. I'm disabled and booked the property as it has reasonable access. The showers are small. The kitchen, looking closer chipped crockery,and it could do with a deep clean. Bed linen tired and ill matching on lumpy mattresses that should be renewed. The whole place could do with a good clean. 10/10 for position,its up a very long lane, easier when you find the alternative route,its lovely and quiet why we booked it. Its all fur coat and no nickers.!!! Not worth the money we paid."