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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."
Alison - verified booking
"This accommodation is excellent. Despite its age, the cottage is well appointed with a well equipped kitchen including washing machine and tumble drier. As the mobile phone signal is unreliable at best and mostly non existent in the National Park, it was brilliant to have WiFi and a landline ( payphone but able to receive incoming calls) to keep in contact with elderly relatives. A smart tv was an added benefit. We had a steady supply of hot water. The bedrooms were roomy and the master had a four poster bed which added to the romance of the cottage. In general the owners have up-dated the property without damaging its original character. We were surrounded by beautiful scenery and woke to the sounds of sheep. It is a rural idyll.The big houses of the Peak District were within easy reach and even Lyme Park was only 60 minutes away. Roystone Grange Farm is perfectly situated for sightseeing and for walking with the High Peak Trail right on the doorstep. It is a site of rich archaeological interest and our seven day stay only gave us a glimpse of the history of the area. Our hosts were hospitable but not intrusive and as they live in the adjoining property they would have easy to contact had we needed their help. We loved the cottage and look forward to staying there again."
Hazel - verified booking
"More attention to detail is needed when cleaning, particularly in the storage area in loft bedroom and the loft bathroom. Bed linen has seen better days. Some kitchen utensils sticky and baking trays definitely seen better days. Table mats sticky and dirty. The grass needed cutting which made it unpleasant to sit in the garden. No welcome pack so beware if you are arriving late. Stairs are very steep and there is no toilet on ground floor. Steps into front door very steep although it is easier to go in the back door. Designated car parking space was apparently repaired on our last day however there is still a dip on driving into it and there are lots of pot holes. You either have to reverse in or out and along a long narrow road. You cannot see the car from the cottage. There is parking on the road however which is a safer bet.Good information packs available about surrounding areas with places to visit, walks, etc.Good base to visit this beautiful part of the country if the cleaning issues are dealt with, in a lovely little village with lots of local amenities and lovely walks."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"The cottage was very comfortable,lovely and warm and cosy.John was so helpful and friendly. We had a lovely stay here, enjoying the splendid views from the conservatory and front room .Hopefully it would be helpful to reiterate what a couple of other reviews said that the property is on split levels and there is a step down from one part to the other and the stairs are quite steep if you are getting older! Also there is no washing machine for which I think there may be technical water supply reasons for not having one. The owners do I think have information about a laundry service. The cottage is in such a lovely location and has footpaths all around straight from the property.We were pleased with them as there were no stiles to access most of them , at the beginning anyway ; (our dog is no longer allowed to jump over styles.). I did not venture very far along them as our dog cannot walk for too long nowadays. John also allowed us to excercise our dog in one of his fields which which had no sheep in it at that time."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"My family and I had a lovely time wandering around the peaks next to Ellers bank cottage. The cottage was very well equipped and we had a very nice fire in the wood burner on the last day as the weather became cooler. (we brought our own logs and kindling with us to continue the fire as there is a starter set only) We took our dog, a small Springer, with us. I made sure she was always cleaned off before she entered the living room after having been out. There were a lot of steep stairs so I would not recommend anyone to stay in this cottage if they have issues with mobility. Also in the small garden area, it is a tiny yard which is accessible to other households and there are steps leading up to a small grass area with a table. All in all, we had a few wonderful days staying at this cottage, it was quirky and just in the right place for many walks to the peaks, only a few minutes walk to the town of hayfield, pubs and local shops to buy provisions from."