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Phil - verified booking
"We booked Highmoor Cottage based on the photos showing bright , light rooms, and the description on the booking website, particularly the use of a heated swimming pool. At the time of writing the review the cottage is still ungraded and so our comments may help those going to Highmoor Park Cottage decide for themselves before booking . The cottage is set in wonderful grounds and a great location for Henley-on-Thames and surrounding areas.Unfortunately the Cottage experience fell massively short of expectations in every aspect. On arrival we found the cottage to have a major fly problem which lasted for the 5 days we were there(7 days were booked) , the rooms were very dark, dingy and all cupboards were cluttered with owners personal belongings. The kitchen units are in need of repair/ replacement and there was no cupboard space for our foodstuff. We understand the cottage has been used as an AirBNB . One of the cupboards was full of flies and animal (probably mice) droppings and overall all cupboards needed a good clean. The bedroom had no wardrobe or hanging space or hangers although there were drawers. The bed was a double and not a king size as advertised which was a big disappointment. The main reason we booked this property was for the use of the heated swimming pool, however this didn’t happen as the pool hadn’t been heated, treated or filtered. The owners & housekeeper were on holiday for the first 3 days of our stay although we note a previous review in June also refers to the pool being unheated. When the owners returned they did offer to put some of the issues right however we had decided to leave early given the poor experience. Overall this cottage could be a good experience but not in its present condition.The WiFi signal was poor & intermittent."
Janet - verified booking
"Butterfly Cottage is a quaint cottage in the small and quiet village of Bladden near the church, burial place of Winston Churchill. Parking is on a narrow lane which does not leave much room for cars to park. The lounge is comfortable but due to a large tree outside there is not much daylight. The dining room is a pleasant, light and airy room. The kitchen is sufficiently equipped. Having a separate shower in the bathroom was useful as the bath was deep. We did experience a bad smell in the bathroom that got worse as the week went on, this was due to a problem with the drains, we contacted the owner who was very helpful and call someone out straight away, although the problem returned.The stairs are very steep, which we found difficult for getting up and down.The bedroom with the double bed was spacious and the bedding was clean, but the mattress had seen better days as the spring coils could be felt, so we had to use a spare duvet over the mattress so that we could sleep. The twin room was comfortable although there was not too much room to spare and again the mattresses did need replacing.Unfortunately throughout the cottage there were cobwebs otherwise it was clean.I was concerned that there was only one entrance to the property and the bathroom opened into the kitchen. There is a pub in the village otherwise it was a 10 minute drive to Woodstock for somewhere to eat and for shops.Overall the cottage ok although we felt it was slightly overpriced."
Jacqui - verified booking
"Lovely cottage with character, nice garden, warm and cosy, added bonus of Netflix, cakes and milk. Shower has good pressure, although there is no power point for an electric shaver/toothbrush, which is hardly a deal breaker! The on road parking was fine too, there was a space available close by, in different places, throughout the week. Fairly busy road but not that you notice, quiet in house and garden.Surprisingly good location - walking distance to shops, post office and pubs etc. Easy to get to places of interest such as Burford, Witney, Lechlade and Abingdon. Bampton is a quintessentially English Cotswold village. Parts of Downton Abbey filmed here and can see why. Lovely area for walks, with or without a dog, found a nice circular route, very flat, near river, through copses and edge of fields, past beautiful houses and cottages. Wellies useful in Winter. Many hellos from local people and some informative conversations too. Can recommend The Plough at Alvescot, The Hollybush in Witney, The Greyhound in Besselsleigh, am sure local pubs are great but was not able to try as meeting with friends and family living elsewhere.Owners are very genuine and obviously loved their former home and are contactable in the event of any issues. Really appreciated that they allowed dogs and have an enclosed garden with a lawned area. Will definitely return."
John - verified booking
"Excellent and cosy place to spend a quiet week and, if you have the urge, somewhere from which you can take off and explore Oxford and the surrounding area. Every piece of equipment worked except the security key holder which would not close, and one portable heater, even though I replaced the fuse in its plug. Combined CD player and radio also a bit of a mystery! A really good feature is the open hearth and the chance to have a fire - logs were supplied but if you want more go to B and Q or Homebase just down the road into Abingdon after the A34 interchange. Best local pub is the Merry Miller at Cothill - good food and drink and log fires. Beware of a very busy road just beyond the lane on which the Cottage stands. Cars are driven at well over the 40 MPH limit supposedly in force. Not easy for pedestrians. Information left for visitors very thorough."
John - verified booking
"This is a small, basic cottage. It is in an excellent location with parking for one car outside on the road.In the cottage there are some nice touches - good quality bedding, wood for the stove, wine and biscuits (much appreciated). However, although there is sleeping accommodation for four, the downstairs living room is very small and I wouldn't be happy with more than two adults unless they like being very "cosy".The TV is excellent.The equipment is bare minimum in terms of plates, cutlery, pans etc but this is probably as the owner has only recently started renting out the property.A big miss for me was the absence of wi-fi . I do think it is up to the rental company to point this out in the property description, as they do for whether pets are allowed, for example.Overall, this is a pleasant cottage in a great location and good value."