Group Accommodation Cottages In Saint Mary Hoo To Rent - Save up to 60%
Become a FREE member and save up to 60%! Members save up to 60%
"Cheaper than Airbnb. Very helpful and prompt customer service - saved over £100."
"Brilliant user friendly website... Even for an old fellow like me!"
"So easy to book our cottage of choice, customer services are extremely helpful."
Join for your free membership and save up to 60% on last-minute UK holidays
1 - 9 of 9 properties
Saint Mary Hoo Cottages
Church Barn - Le Grande
We bring it all together
at your fingertips
We connect you to a range of great suppliers with a huge selection of properties. We've done the research, so that you don't have to.View properties >
We get you
the best price
We help you to complete your booking whilst giving you discounts, member only prices and our Best Price Guarantee.
Become a member >
you can trust
We act as the bridge between you and your dream property’s supplier with market leading customer services and prices.See our reviews >
What our customers are saying about our Group Accommodation Cottages In Saint Mary Hoo To Rent.
Ruth - verified booking
"Just returned from a weeks' stay at Church Barn Le Grande and overall very impressed with both the barn itself and the facilities. Great to be able to park both vehicles under cover right next to the barn entrance, which made for easy unloading and loading of the car. The barn itself certainly offers the 'wow' factor - on entering through the front door, you are straight into the dining/kitchen area (seating for 6 at the glass-topped dining table) with high ceiling and patio door leading to large wrap-around enclosed garden which the dogs thoroughly enjoyed. The kitchen was fairly well-equipped with an electric 4-hob on the island and two ovens situated at chest height facing this. Plenty of drawers and cupboards for utensils, pots and pans - if you're big into cooking and aim to make use of the facilities a few times, items such as a measuring jug, slotted spoon and a potato masher were lacking, but due to past self-catering experience these had been packed just in case! Dining, side plates, bowls and wine and champagne glasses were pentiful, as were mugs - athough water glasses/tumblers were in short supply. A wide wooden staircase leads up to the very comfy 'lounge area' complete with roomy leather sofas, large wooden coffe table and wall-mounted, decent sized flat screen tv, complete with Bose sound bar. Dvd player and Sky box completed the entertainment system - couldn't seem to access the movie channel though, or download programmes to the Sky box due to inactive/incorrect codes. The bedrooms were roomy, and well equipped with excellent storage options and plenty of coat hangers. The smaller double ensuite to the right of the barn entrance would have benefited from a king size bed in our opinion to make things fairer for two couples, but not a major issue. Beds were on the firm side and additional pillows were available. Both bathrooms were nicely proportioned with the larger of the two offering a huge rectangular bath tub and his and her basins. The barn also offers a double and single bed in the family room up a small, narrow flight of stairs to the rear with skylight windows - this room shares the bathroom which is just next door to the superking bedroom.Our stay at Church Barn was relaxing and it was a great place to come back to after a long day out, thoroughly recommend and would certainly consider another stay there if there weren't so many other places we want to explore in this amazing country of ours!"
Andy - verified booking
"This is really tricky - and the scores don't tell the whole picture. The accommodation is fine - but sleeping six? We were four and it is tight. The bedrooms are the best part of the property - with great beds and lovely linen - we all slept well. We had two small pets - and the conditions here are similar to other mainstream places where pets are allowed - not on furniture and not in bedrooms - not to be left unattended in the property. We are prepared for this and have two good cages - our dogs are well behaved. In this property they are not allowed to be left in these cages unattended (although they are regularly left in these at home. They are also not allowed to be exercised in the garden of the property and it is not secure so they cannot be allowed out at all in effect. This is compensated for by there being 500 acres of woodland trust within about 100 metres - but it is very restricting if they just want to stretch their legs after a day in the car - some people had clearly left - if you read the visitors book - we were less concerned but it did not feel too dog friendly. Other things in the property that let it down in particular were the leaking toilet - that has clearly been an issue for about a year (again according to the visitors book) we had to wash the mat from the bathroom - and it was not very hygienic or comfortable. Being low season they had also arranged for a wall to be rebuilt during our stay and there were builders there for the whole of one day - that meant we had to have the one window (patio doors) in an already dark room closed - and we had to further restrict our dogs - both from going out and from barking.We would have had to stay in a hotel and have two rooms, 2 adults 2 girls in late teens, and we would have had to put our dogs with sitters had we not used this place - the cost was expensive for three nights - in what I would call low season - but it was technically half term. This would put this small place at about a very high price for a week - low term - that I would expect pretty close to perfect for that in February in England - and it was not. The roads are a nightmare - and it is miles from anywhere. In summer I can imagine it would be beautiful - but if it is any more expensive then it would be unreasonable - not for everyone - but due to its proximity to relatives and convenience with the dogs - we would probably go again - but you need to know what you are getting."
Mrs Perkins - verified booking
"This is an ideal cottage if you enjoy walking and peace & quiet. Located within the Hucking Estate which is managed by the Woodland Trust, you can roam for hours and ideal if you have a dog. You would definanetley need a transport.However, the cottage was pretty basic. The washer/dryer, oven and dishwasher didn't work properly. The shower leaked under the bath so the bathroom floor needed mopping every time you had a shower. Damp was on the wall in the large bedroom. The wall in question was next to the bathroom. Cobwebs on the ceiling light fittings and around the ceiling walls. Not enough storage for groceries so had to rearrange the work tops to find a space for everything that we had and we didn't have a lot. The kitchen tap constantly dripped and looking back in the visitors book this and the shower had been a long standing problem which hadn't been fixed. The hand and bathroom towels that were left for our use were very 'rough'. It was like drying with sandpaper.Garden was large and semi secure."
- Mrs Taylor, June 2018 - verified booking
"From start to finish, this holiday home exceeded our expectations, which were high to start with. The weekend was in celebration of our 40th wedding anniversary and had to accommodate three generations. The property has the wow factor immediately, and with seven en suite rooms from which to choose, each equally beautifully decorated and furnished, we avoided the usual bedroom-envy! The main open plan lounge/kitchen/diner on first floor and has a lovely contemporary country feel. There is another lounge/diner and kitchen on ground floor leading out to garden. We had lots of garden fun and a bbq and the children liked using this room to rest or watch the obligatory Frozen on the tv. Sarah was the perfect host and we really appreciated the welcome basket and toys that had been left out for my grandchildren. My daughters are already planning a return visit, possibly for a family Christmas."
- ILUVCRUZ, July 2018 - verified booking
"From start to finish, this holiday home exceeded our expectations, which were high to start with. The weekend was in celebration of our 40th wedding anniversary and had to accommodate three generations. The property has the wow factor immediately, and with seven en suite rooms from which to choose, each equally beautifully decorated and furnished, we avoided the usual bedroom-envy! The main open plan lounge/kitchen/diner on first floor has a lovely contemporary country feel. There is another lounge/diner and kitchen on ground floor leading out to garden. We had lots of garden fun and a bbq and the children liked using this room to rest or watch the obligatory Frozen on the tv. Sarah was the perfect host and we really appreciated the welcome basket and toys that had been left out for my grandchildren. My daughters are already planning a return visit, possibly for a family Christmas"