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Gemma - verified booking
"We stayed for a week with our 2 year old twin boys. The house is really lovely and had everything we needed including child gates for the stairs. The decor really makes it feel like a home. There was a really nice welcome basket when we arrived and fresh flowers in the living room. On arrival we found the cot was broken but the owner came round straight away to replace it which was great. The house was spotlessly clean and had great views of Plymouth and mount batton from upstairs. There is also a pub opposite which served home cooked meals and very reasonably priced. In the marina at Mount Batton there is a restaurant called The Bridge which was also very good. Only a few negative points: car parking is in the village car park which is free but spaces were very limited especially evenings and at the weekend. There was a large shipping berth near to the house and when there was a ship in port it was quite noisy. If you want golden sandy beaches it's quite a drive (about 45 mins) to bigbury-on-sea but it's well worth a visit! Except for a day in Plymouth visiting the aquarium there was limited attractions close by for young children. If you do visit Plymouth you can walk to Mount Batton and get a ferry which only takes a few minutes to cross the estuary. It's recommended as then you won't lose your parking space in the village and also you won't need to worry about parking in Plymouth which is also difficult and expensive. The aquarium is excellent and well worth a visit our boys loved it."
Laura - verified booking
"Unfortunately first impressions let this property down. The holiday park itself is in need of tlc and is a little run down. The swimming pools were a bonus. Valley lodge could be greatly improved with a bit of care to the outside - fixing the lodge number for starters. When venturing in we found a few left over wrappers, sweets in a cupboard and a flannel from previous occupants. However the crockery was all clean as were the beds and the bathrooms. I was disappointed there was no soap within the property and luckily I’d brought my own washing up liquid. The master bed was rock hard and had the noisiest springs which didn’t make for a restful night. There was also no information whatsoever within the property regarding the site; such as swimming pool openings, or about the property - bins etc. Overall we had a good holiday and enjoyed our stay but first impressions were underwhelming and could easily be improved."
Ray - verified booking
"The Lodge was in good shape generally - one or two small repairs required and some general maintenance. Well equipped and nicely clean. Good communication with the owner and general manager. Nice to have a running stream immediately outside.On the downside, the mattress on the double bed was of low quality and too hard. It was not a comfortable sleep and by the third night we were contemplating sleeping on the sofas. I have said 'yes' I would stay there again, but only if the mattress was replaced with a much improved version. The site was curious. It seemed to be a mixture of residential and holiday accommodation which dragged down the look. It all looked tired and in need of a good spruce up. The Lodge served our purpose for a short stay, and with a replaced double mattress we would return for other short trips that we need to make to that region."
DaddyPeppaPig - verified booking
"This cottage is fabulous. Down a quiet lane, with stunning views. There were 6 of us: 3 lads in their late teens/ early twenties, mum and dad and granny. Sue and Graham have thought of everything - everything you'll need and all of a high quality. Very friendly owners who were there if needed. Room for two cars in the covered car port. The rooms are big and lavishly decorated and dressed. We did a lot of running and cycling and walking, easy distance to Dartmoor and enjoyed a morning on the beach at Seaton in the April sun! Ate well at the Old Plough Inn in the next village (Bere Ferrers) and joined in at the Open Mic at the Egecombe Hotel on Bere Alston and had a very warm welcome! Brilliant, comfortable place to stay and relax, even though some of the cycling involved some steep hills :-)"
Fiona - verified booking
"This cottage was located in a pretty, secluded village with little traffic and with the sound of the Milton Brook nearby and owls hooting in the trees at night, it was very restful and yet very close to Plymouth and Tavistock, with lovely places to visit nearby including The Garden House and Buckland Abbey. Although there is a good pub in the village, there is no convenience store and we had to go a little way to find a newspaper, but this was only a minor niggle and we found the cottage very comfortable and with its three floors, surprisingly spacious - everything was spotless, easy to use, and clearly labelled - wish we could have stayed longer. The owners were very welcoming and helpful."