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Laura - verified booking
"We booked Tudor stables for the following reasons, dog friendly, location and hot tub (we're hikers and love a post hike hot tub!). We were dismayed to find that actually Tudor stables does not have a hot tub. The hot tub is located next door at the larger cottage (The Dingles). Obviously a huge disappointment as this was one of our reasons for booking. We were told that we were able to use the next door hot tub for part of the week due to The Dingles being empty. Additionally we were told that we got an excellent price for the stables and we should accept that there is no hot tub. Not the point, we suggested readvertising. So yes, we had part week use of the hot tub but be aware, this is not belonging to the stables and presumably not available if The Dingles is booked out. Luckily we tried not to let this huge disappointment ruin our time. Secondly, if you are a fan of cleanliness, this isn't the place for you. Luckily I am the kind of person that takes anti bac wipes when I go away and boy, did we need them. It was quite obvious that the stables had not been cleaned prior to out arrival. I have pictures of this also. The bathroom was particularly filthy. However bedsheets did appear clean which was one saving grace. Midweek the heating seemed to take a turn for the worst and the Tudor stable doors have maybe a centimetre space at the top so as you can imagine, pretty chilly. We spoke to the owner who kindly allowed us to stay in The Dingles which we very much appreciated (wood stove, more radiators). So all in all, if you can overlook the hot tub debarcle, the remarkable uncleanliness and unrealiable heating, I'll move on to the positives...Great location (although pub that's supposed to be one mile aware is derelict). Easy access to chipping norton which is lovely. The actual stables and the Dingle are beautifully built with quirky features and lots of character. The actual farm that Tudor stables is on has a lovely creek running through it making for a lovely evening stroll. Wifi is reliable. So would I recommend to others? Being as objective as I can and brutally honest, I would suggest the owner gets a cleaner and someone that is able to organise well, only after this, would I recommend. This place has masses of potential but for me, it's a no no."
Didier - verified booking
"I really enjoyed my stay in this cottage. It's cosy, bijou, authentic and very well placed in the village center. The kitchen and bathroom are well fitted out. The main living room is pleasingly restored and furnished. The upstairs sleeping quarters are close but perfectly adequate. I would come again. It would suit walkers-sightseers / a couple of adults with young children or alternatively a couple friends. Three points i felt i should raise, none of which should hinder any potential bookings for now at least :1. The fridge/freezer looks like it's done a long service and seemed to me to now be struggling. Maybe the owner could check when they next visit.2. The grilling function in the oven didn't work (it's symbol has also been removed from the oven control knob, suggesting the owners already know this.) Not crucial but it meant on rainy afternoons, no cheese-on-toast or Croque-Monsieur currently on the menu at Orchard Cottage. (Though there is a pop-up toaster on the counter.)3. Both the previous visitor and myself on two occasions experienced a failure of the rubbish to be collected when the bins/boxes were put out. This may be a mixture of an irregular pattern caused by periods the cottage is empty as well as cars constantly parking for very short duration directly outside the cottage pathway/gate as people pop into the village shop opposite there-by obscuring and blocking access to any bins/boxes placed on the pavement. Both these possibly leading to the rubbish-cart missing the pick-up. Whatever, it seems like something the owner needs to look into and perhaps alter instructions about street placement."
Kelly - verified booking
"This review is supplied somewhat post-dated from our stay at Little Thatchings (in Sept 2014) - some minor 'glitches' with IT prevented us at the time from supplying our review whilst we were on our 3 month vacation from Australia!We spent 3 glorious weeks at this cottage and loved every moment of our time there. The cottage is a delight - a 'picture-perfect' thatched cottage! It is well equipped, beautifully decorated, has a fantastic power shower (not something you find often in the UK), 2 cosey fireplaces (1 of which we lit every night), lovely family dining room and TV snug and a beautiful garden and orchard to relax in, of which we took advantage of daily. The cottage is perfectly located for exploring surrounding Oxfordshire and Cotswolds and it's location within the tiny village of Warbrough is stunning. Being a family of 3 (our son being 4 years old) it was wonderful to be able to walk to the village green to play cricket, kick the football or play on the playground. Also having a fabulous pub only seconds away was a huge bonus. It is also worth mentioning the owners of the cottage could not do enough to ensure that we enjoyed our stay at the cottage. They were warmly welcoming and did everything possible to ensure we had a fabulous holiday. We couldn't recommend more highly anyone wishing for a quiet 'getaway' so close to London. We can't wait to return in 2016!!"
Silke - verified booking
"I spent a week at Little Thatchings with my brother (first holiday together since about 30 years) and we simply loved the cottage. It is just how you would imaging a cottage in the english countryside: small but cosy, with lots of "knickknacks" creating a feeling of being a "home away from home". It certainly is not "stylish" with all its different kinds of furniture and decoration, but it feels a lot more like a family home than many other holiday cottages I've seen so far. The really low ceilings and doors will be a problem for anyone larger than 1,85m, I think, but we managed not to bang our head too often. In fact, the ceilings, the uneven floors and the "clutter" gave us the feeling of living in a hobbit hole somewhere in the Shire *ggg*. Unfortunately, it has been much to warm to use the impressing open fireplace. It will be a wonderful feature during an autumn or winter holiday, I imagine. The village of Warborough is really small, but there's a shop just a short walk down the street where you can buy most things needed day to day. And "The Six Bells" is just around the corner. They serve very good meals and the staff is great.The garden of the cottage is absolutely cute. We loved having breakfast out there. It's just how a cottage garden should look like, visits of a very friendly cat included."
Roberta - verified booking
"We had a splendid holiday in a wonderful cottage which seemed a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and yet the M40 is very near and we were able to visit Oxford, Banbury, Bicester Village, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and and the Cotswolds Wildlife Park near Burford with ease. This is a huge L-shaped cottage, the original part thatched with a very cottagey, rose strewn brick chocolate box front, a beautiful conservatory and a great barn like sitting room attaching to what must have been stables forming an annexe with bathroom, bedrooms and utility room. Upstairs is the most comfortable massive bed plus a further bedroom and bathroom. So spacious with everything you could want. It felt as if the owner had just moved out for the week and left the place for friends to come and stay as there were lots of personal items on show in the office and small sitting room and a huge amount of books so it felt like home rather than a holiday let. The garden is lovely with a big table if you want to eat outside. Down the road is The Muddy Duck pub. We had a fabulous time and the weather was kind. Radios, DVD player and wall-mounted television made family evenings great fun as there are games scattered around too. A really memorable holiday and most helpful caretaker in Rebecca."