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Katie - verified booking
"In all, we had a great stay at the cottage, the location was great & it was easy to get to the places we wanted to visit. There was though a few things that let us down. When we arrived we noticed that the bins in each of the bathrooms hadn’t been emptied and we noticed that the cottage itself wasn’t that clean. We had an issue with the dishwasher which we reported & this was only looked at the night before we were due to leave. Another grievance was that the farms cat was allowed to wander round & on a few occasions was able to climb through one of the bedroom windows! This caused a bit of an upset with a couple in our group who were woken up at 2am with a cat on their bed! Luckily nobody in our group was allergic or this could have caused some problems! Our biggest problem though was with the owner. She noticed that we had a guest come to stay for one night but rather than come to politely find out what the situation was, she came over & rather rudely spoke to one of our group who is roughly 6 months pregnant. While we understand her postion, the way she spoke to our friend was rude & unacceptable. Our guest ended up going round to their house to apologise for staying & offered to pay for the night which, we worked out should have been roughly £35. The owner decided that £50 was a fair fee to charge which we all thought was rather steep for a one night sleep on a rather uncomfy sofa! In all we had a lovely weekend it was just let down by these issues."
Linda - verified booking
"Condition of this property was appalling, upstairs banister was separated from newel post, exceedingly dangerous. Upstairs toilet seat fell off. Half the bulbs all over cottage did not work. No light working in downstairs toilet, but one bulb had been broken leaving half the bulb sticking out, so if anyone touches this you will get a dreadful electric shock. On arrival refuse bins overflowing and bags of rubbish piled up. White settees badly stained and torn. Coverings on chair seats worn off. Upper cupboard in kitchen fell off and hit me on the head. Kettle lid would not shut, found second one but you had to hold the on switch for it to work. Dish washer had not worked for over a year. Oven filthy. No vacuum so had to borrow neighbours. Could not open patio doors, no key, could not open front door, no key. Worst stay l have had anywhere. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND."
Julia - verified booking
"We enjoyed our Easter weekend in Tan Y Bryn, the village is lovely and the views amazing. There are many places to visit but you do need a car to visit these.The cottage was clean and well equipped. Sadly the weather was not kind to us and the access lane became very muddy and the parking space at the end of the garden was difficult to negotiate due to this, however there is space to park by the wall opposite the front door. Easter Monday morning saw a slight overnight sprinkling of snow which made the scenery even lovelier! The cottage was a short distance from our home which made it ideal for a weekend break and a good base for many of North Wales's tourist spots. In this modern day and age I think WIFI would have been nice, if only to source places to go, but it wasn't a deal breaker for a weekend away."
Alun - verified booking
"The cottage is ideally located for the numerous activities that Snowdonia has to offer. Being a short drive from the thriving village of Llanrwst, with many amenities such as shops, pubs and restaurants but also positioned in a rural setting is a great balance. The views from the property are stunning and the garden is a nice space to unwind or play games in. With a little more attention to detail this property could be simply perfect - some of the kitchen equipment is of poor quality and showing its age, a few cupboard doors have dropped and there are cracked floor tiles in the living area, kitchen and bathroom. However, this did not detract seriously from our experience of this property.We tend not to return to places a second time but this would not prevent us from recommending this property to others."
Gary - verified booking
"We have stayed in two other cottages in the last four months in within a twenty mile radius of this cottage and they where far superior with a similar price bracket. The kitchen and bathroom where decent, a lot of windows had misted double glazing, the window dressings where dated and the bedroom only had a blind which didn't keep the light out, bathroom had a window overlooking neighbours with no blind fitted. The radiator in bedroom and bathroom where rusted. The garden was unkempt and in the back garden was metal, pots and bricks dumped. The cleaning lady who showed us into the property and took £ 150.00 deposit was excellent and very friendly. We feel the deposit fee should be clearly stated near the photograph with the details of the property."