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Andrea - verified booking
"Firstly I would say that the "cottage" was clean and tidy, however our initial and lasting impression was that it was incredibly small and dark. In effect it was not a cottage but a room with a mezzinine floor. The only direct light and ventilation into the lower level was from the front door and if that was open we could hear every word from the neighbour. It's description as a one bedroom property is inaccurate, the bed is on a mezzinine. Open plan is also stretching the point as it is basically a studio, with the daytime facilities cramped into an approximately 13 x 13 foot square space. The only window that could be opened was behind the bed, as the one above the front day was too far from the mezzinine bannister to reach. The view from the door was of a six foot fence and the owners property beyond. The description states "These properties are are situated in 10½ acres of unspoilt natural grounds on the edge of Dartmoor" but there were no instructions about how to access it. There was not even information on where the local supermarket was. The photos on the web site gave the impression of light and space, we felt so claustrophobic that we had to leave after two nights/one day of our one week holiday. The only communication from the owner/staff was when we were leaving despite my trying to make contact during our very short stay. If what you want is just a base from which to explore this may be the place for you but we wanted to relax within the "cottage" surrounds as well and this was not possible."
Sam P - verified booking
""What a fantastic venue Blackdown Manor is. Prior to the event I was worried about how smoothly my 30th birthday would go with 24 people attending. It couldn't have gone better with the help from The Big House Co and especially Claire making the whole weekend run like clock work. The clay pigeon shooting was fantastic as everyone enjoyed the experience. It didn't matter if you were a total novice or if you were a descendant of a famous Western shooter - everyone learnt something from the instructors. The house is perfect for hosting a party (80's party in this case), as the kitchen and living rooms are all in close proximity with plenty of space for everyone to mingle. Even the likes of "you cannot be serious" John, "Funhouse" Pat and Del Boy made it to the party at Blackdown Manor. The kitchen had all the amenities needed and was the main gathering room in the house, whilst the dining room being large enough to fit 24 people, was also cosy enough to give a real homely feel. If this wasn't enough all the bedrooms were nice and spacious, and the beds were super comfy, with plenty of bathrooms. The Merry Harriers is just down the road and offers some real Somerset ales and great food (also make sure you leave enough for desert - the menu is huge) Altogether this house was a real treat and this can be confirmed by the fact that all 24 people that came for the weekend had a great time, I can now see why people go there to get married. Thanks again Blackdown Manor."
Lynne - verified booking
"the waiting rooms is a fabulous place to stay, especially if you have 2 dogs. we had a working guide dog and a retired guide dog with us and they loved the huge garden to play in. we loved the garden too as it was very secure and the location is very peaceful. the cottage itself is lovely and just the right size for 2 people with 2 dogs. very clean and looks quite new. our only grumble, if there was any at all, was the lack of cupboard space in the kitchen for our grocery shopping, but this wasn't insurmountable and didn't detract from our enjoyment of the cottage. the owners live next door in the station house and they are a lovely friendly couple. our youngest guide dog was fascinated by their young labarador pups. we didn't use the pub or the shop in the village so can't comment on those. Cawston is about 16 miles or so from the coast and not much further to Norwich so easy to venture out. we had a ride on the steam train from Sheringham to Holt and were lucky enough to meet a lovely old chap who had been a steam train driver and had actually driven his train through Cawston station when it was still working. he told us quite a few tales about it. all in all we will be back if we get the chance as it was perfect for the dogs. thank you."
Jennifer - verified booking
"Both the house and the grounds exceeded our expectations. The house was large and comfortable and elegant - every bedroom a little more generous in size than it needed to be, every downstairs room was inviting. The kitchen was lovely and light and well-equipped - room for plenty of us to gather there when we were preparing meals. Lots of freezer space, lots of plates and cutlery, two dishwashers. The whole house was welcoming and homely, not prissy. The children enjoyed the generous supply of board games, the table tennis, and billiards. The pool was great, and the hot tub too. As for the grounds! More like our own private park. The majestic trees - especially the copper beeches - the beautiful, thoughtful planting of the flower beds, the upkeep of the lawns and paths - we appreciated them all. The lake was dreamy. The children, aged fro 8 to 15, made dens, had races, swam, had a treasure hunt (ending on the island). They were so happy and engaged. Even though we had two wet days. The Big House were excellent to deal with - friendly and helpful."
Gillian - verified booking
"<span style="font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">First impression when arriving at farm is a bit 'rustic'. typical dairy farm yard, buildings and smells. The property was great and the owners very nice.<br /> <br /> Great if staying with children as a viewing gallery to watch the cows being milked. Lovely walks in area.<br /> <br /> Take a torch and a reflective jacket if walking dogs in the evening or dark. Beautiful area. Lots of places to walk. Visit Lake Bala and Vrwyny later in the day or not at weekends, it is very busy then, but well worth going on another day. Newtown is a nice market town, as is Welshpool. Llandiloes is quaint and there is The Minivera Arts Centre hosting quilts which is fastinating. Lovely food at The Cross Keys, about 5 miles north on the A495. A bit of a wait for the food as it is all cooked to order, well well worth the wait.</span><br /> <br /> "