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The Dairy at Burghley (14 guests), Near Stamford
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What our customers are saying about our Family Cottages In Peterborough To Rent.
Lucy - verified booking
"We had a lovely weekend at the Old Rectory - we were lucky to have gorgeous weather. The house is well placed for Stamford which is a great little town with lovely eateries and good shopping. The house itself is impressive with huge rooms, high ceilings and memorable decor. The African animal heads on the walls and curtains with swags and bows won't be to everyone's taste but it was clean and well cared for. Beds were really comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked. The owner was very helpful and friendly via text and phone. The house is very close to the A1 and you can hear road noise from the garden but we got used to it. Just watch the turning off the A1 which was a bit hairy (very sharp and no time to slow down) on a Friday afternoon/evening but ok when the traffic was lighter at the weekend. One of the bedrooms was in the basement (with the kitchen and the second bathroom) which felt a long way from the other three on the first floor but might be perfect depending on who is in your party! Wifi didn't work."
Emma - verified booking
"Impressive house and responsive, helpful host. We had a great stay here and enjoyed the large living space and 2 large dining tables - great for a big group. We loved visiting Burghley House and walking at Rutland water. Some great local pubs too. Fox and hounds in Exton was particularly good. Just 2 small points of feedback... these are small but I feel worth mentioning. 1. Some of our group were a bit freaked out by the taxodermy. They are big animal lovers. It might have been worth mentioning this in the description of the property. It didn’t bother me particularly but I mention it for other guests who might be also upset by it.2. The check out is quite early, 10am on a weekend for a big group felt a little mean and the instructions were a quite over the top ie don’t leave anything on the draining board (we didn’t but, come on!)I do realise some people can be disrespectful and clearly there is a need for rules, but the wording of the information pack was a bit patronising and unwelcoming."
- A FlipKey verified reviewer, May 2013 - verified booking
"This is a delightful cottage, beautifully appointed, with everything that one could wish for in a holiday home. It was lovely to find the welcome bottle of wine and the bowl of fruit. We loved the well-thought out access through a utility area so that wet boots, coats etc could be disposed of without encroaching on the rooms themselves. A slightly clearer description of the whereabouts of the smallest bedroom would have relieved us of some anxiety - I had visualised having to go through my son's room to the bathroom. In fact I shared the twin-bedded room with my grand-daughter and my four year old grandson was delighted with his "secret room" which led off ours and not off the main bedroom as I think it said in the description. All in all however, we had a perfect break and are planning on a return visit sometime next year..."
Mrs Linda Chaffer, Cumbria, - verified booking
"This was our second visit and we hope to return. The cottage is situated in a very quiet, friendly village just a couple of minutes from the A1. We took advantage of the A1 corridor visiting Burghley House and Gardens and Anglesey Abbey. Oundle and surrounding villages offer pleasant walks and plenty of eating and drinking options. With the river Nene just down the lane we were able to watch boats going through the locks. Nene Park is extensive and there are many options - sailing,riding walking followed by lunch in one of the cafes. We also spent time relaxing in the garden enjoying the lovely weather. The cottage is very comfortable and the owner has considered everything that visitors need to enjoy their holiday. The beds are superb and the quietness of the location ensured a good night's sleep. "
Mrs Barber - verified booking
"A beautiful stone cottage with a huge back garden and very spacious inside. We were amazed to find such an idyllic village tucked away from the A1, easy for visiting Peterborough and beyond and for RSPB sites. It was really warm and cosy with plenty of wood for the burner if required. The bedrooms were bigger than the photos suggested and the large upstairs landing a lovely space. It was great to have a bath during which you could see the beautiful magnolia tree from the window right next to you! The bedroom doors were low so there were a few bumped heads but it all added to the charm! A modern pub (The Cuckoo), 2min walk away was friendly with a great menu. Would gladly return again if we wanted to visit that area again."