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St. Anns Chapel
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Rebecca - verified booking
"Mill Quay cottage is wonderful. Just the right size for two people and a dog! We found we had most things we needed for our stay. The lounge was very comfortable with a decent sized TV and a dvd player for cosy nights in front of the fire, wifi, and a radio in the kitchen to listen to whilst cooking. There is a dedicated parking space and a little lawned area for guest use. The location is really fabulous - wonderful views and peaceful. We found the neighbours in the other three cottages around the mill pond very friendly and quiet - particularly Alan and Nick! Thank you for the tips on the area! There are some points that unfortunately I have to make regarding cleanliness and comfort. The kitchen bin was full of rubbish when we arrived, there were cobwebs everywhere, there was no wood pack for the fire, and the bed linen wasn't the best. There were human hairs in the bed (!), no top sheet to sleep under (it was too hot for a duvet) and the bottom sheet was very bobbly and generally the linen was very creased. The mattress was the biggest bugbear as there was terrible roll-together (constant waking one another up as we ended up in the middle of the bed) and it was lumpy. This really could do with being addressed as a good night's sleep is paramount. Also, I don't know if the owners are aware, but there is only sufficient hot water for about a three minute shower, and when running a bath one only manages about six inches of hot water. We had to boil kettles and pans of hot water to have a decent bath, and when showering wait half an hour after one had showered before the other could whilst the water heated back up.I really dislike having to complain about things as I run a B&B and know that it can be difficult to please everyone all the time, however the mattress/bedding and the hot water issue need to be addressed. I contacted the caretaker regarding the lack of wood pack and the kitchen bin - he apologised and delivered some wood to us the next day, so all fine there and no harm done. In fact, he even sorted out a faulty lamp in the bedroom (assume that the bulb had blown - some spares in the laundry room might be a good idea) so that we had reading light at night - thank you Syd! Some information regarding where to put rubbish would be helpful too (we had to ask the neighbours).There was a nice welcome card and lovely bottle of wine waiting for our arrival, which we enjoyed whilst sitting on the lawn and watching the terns and swans on the mill pond - thank you for that, it is a thoughtful touch. Overall (if the mattress was sorted out) we would stay again without hesitation as it was a wonderful relaxing holiday in a great location for visiting areas on the south coast of Cornwall."
Jamie - verified booking
"A lovely part of the world: we enjoyed some great walks in Dartmoor, visited Buckland Abbey which is literally right outside the village of Milton Combe, and had a day at the coast at Wembury which is just 40 minutes' drive away. The village itself is very peaceful and set in a deep valley so you really feel like you've got away from it all. The local pub ('Who'd Have Thought It') served stunning food - we went there three nights in a row. Because the village is so small, there isn't a shop in it, but you don't have to drive very far to find one. The cottage was nice and cosy, especially once we had lit the wood fire. Both bedrooms and the bathroom were fine. We didn't cook at all so can't really say much about the kitchen, though the toaster could do with being replaced. Dishwasher and washing machine both worked OK. In a perfect world there would be a garden out the back that the dog could be let into, but that is impossible given the location - the slope behind the row of cottages is almost vertical. Not a major issue, though, as it is easy to walk the dog around the village and there is almost no traffic to worry about."
Kate - verified booking
"The owner is very friendly (provided eggs) but needs to pay attention regarding general housekeeping. Cobwebs around the edges of floor. Dust and cobwebs by side of fridge. Outgoing Holidaymakers food in sink! Dust and cobwebs under woodburner. The front door does not fit properly, (gap which would make the place cold in winter) hence when it rains there is standing water. Obviously a long standing problem due to the water marks surrounding the door and floor. The towels were very hard!! No little finishing touches eg welcome tray, cut flowers, wine, milk in fridge, little toiletries. We have stayed in lots of cottages and at least one or more of aforementioned is in the cottage! It smacks of the least effort for getting the most money. They have several properties on the farm and a B&B and so I believe they are over stretching themselves and attention to detail is going out the window. It is good as it is on one level especially if you are less able."
David - verified booking
"Beautiful house, beautifully decorated and expensively furnished (keep your eye on any children!) with luxurious white carpet upstairs (so bring your carpet slippers). Well appointed kitchen and adequate dining space. Outside spaces great for relaxing and front lawn good for recreation. Great location on edge of village with two pubs, two cafes and village shops. Garage with shop over road. Nearest pub does food and the ‘Volunteer’, in the centre of the village, is a lovely village pub with a very welcoming landlord and landlady. They do a quiz on Thursday evenings and will shortly start putting meals on. Great beers and homely welcoming atmosphere. Some lovely walks in village by the river. Beaches a short drive away but beware of traditional narrow and steep-sided Devon lanes leading to them. Car sensors were beeping like mad!"
Carolyn - verified booking
"This is a fairly good, small cottage for two in a convenient location,with its own garden. However the main road is a slight problem. The living area (the conservatory) is small and gets very hot. The bedroom though is very comfortable. The kitchen is not as well stocked as we would have liked and a few basics such as salt and pepper would have helped (there was a bowl with some little packets in that had been taken from a pub/restaurant but they were years out of date). Also some washing up cloths and hand soap would have been welcomed. There were a few things that didn't work such as the kitchen TV and the radio and the fire extinguisher and fire blanket are out of date. Overall this cottage just needs a little bit of tlc and attention to detail to bring it up to a good standard."