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Nicola - verified booking
"When I rang the key holder to let her know we would be arriving she said that we must be mistaken, she had us booked to arrive the next day. When she rand back an hour later she said the previous visitors had left that morning (in line with the Friday booking) and she would pull out all the stops to get us in. When we arrived half and hour later the cleaners were just leaving with their toddler and we went in with Jozie. The cleaners had obviously done the bare minimum and the carpets were dirty, the bathrooms were stained and the kitchen and utility room didn't smell very clean. As we were 5 ladies away for the weekend we made the best of it and didn't let it spoil our time away. The house is not suitable for 5 people, only 4 chairs to the table, a fold away chair in the utility room would have been handy. Not enough seating in the lounge, a bean bag is not good enough for an adult to use each night. The single room is a glorified cupboard, nowhere to store clothes etc, as is the downstairs toilet. You have to open the door to pull your trousers up! We didn't feel this was up to the usual standard of other properties we have stayed in with you before."
Mr and Mrs - verified booking
"we do not make a habit of making comments against properties, although this year has caused us to do so. This emphasises the need to detail the bad as well as good points on a let. good points: as detailed above. let down for the owners was that the downstairs wooden floors to lounge and kitchen were filthy and we had to go out get floor wipes and clean them on arrival - dog biscuits, hair and whatever made brown and dirty marks on the floor. The kitchen, being small, needs to be wiped over regularly to control grease build up on doors and shelves, apparent that this had not been done. We cleaned areas we used, kept it to a minimum, as we did not want first day to be cleaning day. such a shame from the point of view of first impressions. We put it down to dog owners not caring about the state of the floor, and the owner not doing a quick clean when they checked it. upstairs was good. Second bad point, the rear of the property surrounded by high blocks of flats- did we miss this on your description.more care needs to be given , we do not all bring dogs with us. perhaps it should be dog owners only."
Becky - verified booking
"A lovely house in a very convenient location. A real home from home with comfy beds and sofas and all mod cons. A very friendly welcome from Jozie who lives just next door. We visited the historic dockyards which were fantastic and I'd recommend buying a year pass because there's so much to see and do, you'll want to come back again. The only downsides was that the door to one of the flats next door is right next to the front door of the town house. This wouldn't be a problem for most but our dog is quite some guard dog so was on high alert most of the time and would bark at people entering and leaving the flat nextdoor. Also, our dog will only do his "business" on grass but the rear garden is completely decked so we had to take him for a walk last thing at night every night to avoid any night time accidents. However the walk to the pleasure lake at the end of the road is very pleasant and it is well lit at night. We would return again."
Suzanne - verified booking
"Although the house was spacious and comfortable, there were no drawers in the bedrooms, so clothing had to be left in piles on the floor. The basin in the 'en-suite' was partially blocked and I had to mend the bathroom toilet seat. The living room was comfortable enough for our party of four but five would have been a squeeze,especially as there are only four dining chairs! The kitchen has a lack of equipment,eg. pyrex dishes for the microwave, enough cutlery so you can make use of the dishwasher and wooden spoons and a whisk (which we had to buy). We managed with the small, awkward parking space as our car isn't too large, any bigger, and there would have been problems. However, the excellent bus service and local shops are within a short, walking distance away. Southsea and Portsmouth are well worth a visit and we shall certainly come back to the area."
Karen - verified booking
"We have just come back after spending an enjoyable time at Kingscote. The house was lovely and snuggly with the heating on for when we arrived, on a damp and foggy evening. There was a lovely cake and Milk awaiting us so we could have something to nibble on and refresh ourselves after our long trip southwards. The house was nicely decorated and felt homely. The beds comfortable and the showers nice and powerful. The only thing we could find to improve on were the floorboards as they all seemed creaky and quite loud when people were walking around in the night. The ground floor toilet had a very spongey floor board as well, which when you first go in you think you are about to fall through, but it did seem strong enough. We loved the house and hope to re-visit one day"