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J - verified booking
"The welcome was less than friendly. Almost a "can't be bothered" attitude particularly when we asked about local pubs.Both bedrooms were OK; the bathroom was very large with a good size shower cubicle and a good shower. However, it lacked any shelf or area/facilities to hang/store shower accoutrements. No proper soap.Utility room with fridge/washer/boiler etc was fine.All on one level as described except for the step down to the dining/living/kitchen area from the bedrooms. Could be a problem for disabled people.We were three and I would not be happy had we been four. The dining/living/kitchen area was very cosy (euphemism for small!!). The black sofa for two and an armchair plus the table with 4 chairs filled the room. The wood stove/fire along with the TV was also in this area. Could be very hot in winter and I much prefer to walk into a place without having to spend ages figuring out how to switch the TV on. Some instructions would have been useful.We always eat out so cannot comment on the cooking facilities except to say that everything we needed was available. Certainly some quality kit (knives/forks/WINE glasses/crockery) although the microwave was a bit small and powerless (but perhaps that's because we have a 1000W at home.)There was a CO2 monitor in this area but did not notice any fire alarms, fire blankets or fire extinguishers.When somebody states that Wifi is available I expect to have Wifi, not just 50% of the time (and was it slow!) Standing by the door was able to access BT Wifi, which was a lot faster.Talking of doors, they could do with a little TLC instead of sticking to the floor and one set not easy to open. As happens when on holiday, it rained. Proper rain!! The downside? The gutter over the main door leaks so as soon as the door is opened rain creeps in and you get wet going in and out.And the cattle grid! On our last day we noticed that one of the "bars" on the grid was missing. Did not do my expensive tyres any good. Should be a priority fix!Would we stay again? No! But that is more to do with the area that we feel we have now exhausted. Two recommendations for good pub grub. The Rising Sun and the Knockerdown Inn & Restaurant near Carsington Water (well worth a visit! All three!)Overall, needs a couple of fixes but would suspect the “easy” revenue from the associated camping-site is a priority."
Caroline - verified booking
"Very comfortable for 2 people, but very cramped for 4. Took 10 minutes to find the double bedroom, an armchair sits in front of the door! To move the dining table out for 4 people requires blocking access to the twin room and the bathroom. The cleanliness in general was excellent but the underneath of various pots and pans had not been cleanedy previous users. Kitchen was well equipped with items not many people would use on holiday but we couldn't find any baking trays (to put pies, quiches on to heat). Only space for one person in the kitchen at any time. The worst thing of all was the constant noise from the flat above, we felt we were living underneath a herd of elephants! Having said all that, once we could move our luggage into the twin room (2 people were only staying 2 nights) it was much more comfortable and the owner was friendly and helpful. The view from the double bedroom was lovely, although people staying in the other properties drive or walk past the window so curtains need to be closed most of the time."
Victoria - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay in the Regency! It is a lovely period apartment on two levels, decorated to a high standard with a lot of care. All the bedding, kitchen equipment etc were of a much higher standard than we usually find in a holiday home. Because of this, we did a lot of cooking in the apartment - there was a Waitrose nearby. There were also plenty of good restaurants within a couple of minutes' walk - we would especially recommend the Thai restaurant. Buxton itself is an attractive market town. We spent a day exploring, and we went to the Opera House for a play one evening. We spent the other days further afield, visiting local caves, eating Bakewell pudding, seeing Chatsworth House etc. There are also a lot of good walking routes but the weather wasn't nice when we were there, so we'll save that for another time. When we arrived home, being in such a beautiful holiday home has inspired me to redecorate our own home soon! Thank you to Jane for such a great welcome and a lovely home for a week."
Michael - verified booking
"Nice clean cosy cottage in a good location,very easy to reach National Trust, Mills and the Tram Museum as well as Matlock Bath and Matlock, nice walk uphill to the heights above Middleton with beautiful views with an information centre and cafe. Owners who lived next door were very friendly and helpful as were the other neighbours. Had a bit of a ride though to get provisions. Although back garden was as described it was difficult to access and we did not bother after the first day. The dog had to be taken a walk in local area but open area and small park very close to front of property. Big plus point was the Pub next door, parking is difficult for the cottage but okay for a small car. We were fortunate that the property adjacent was not in use and we were able to use their bay."
H - verified booking
"Overall the cottage was just about okay. There were simple things that let it down.Positive-The cottage was in a good location for walking the manifold way up to Wetton hill and Thors cave. It was on the main road though and very noisy. It had character and the wood burner was good for warming the house up.The kitchen area was small but had good equipment.You would struggle to fit 4 people around table.Negative- overall cleanliness was really bad and comment book had many comments about this. The cushions on the sofa had lots of stains on them.Bedding was clean though.Main bed was uncomfortable and springs and electric blanket could be felt.Small tv which scratched our DVD and then wouldn't play others.The towels were too small.I wouldn't stay there again I'm afraid."