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Alasdair - verified booking
"Sadly this cottage appeared perfect on paper,but ultimately the reality was disappointing. Thankfully we own a 4x4 as it is a rough track to get there. The semi detached cottage is in idyllic spot, but to get from parking to front door steep steps need to be negotiated. Once inside it is quaint, especially the sitting room, but on closer inspection the fireplace wall had damp issues from ceiling to floor and a further damp patch to left of stairs. The bedroom beside the bathroom, had damp issues too in form of black mould on the outside wall. With it being January and as a result cold, the need for heat was a prerequisite, but on our first night we had to call the owner as the heating cut out. We had to do this on second night too, and it was deduced an issue with thermostat was to blame.As we had chosen the mould room to sleep in, it had the better bed, on Thursday morning I felt a drip on my head from ceiling. On close inspection I noted a hair line crack on ceiling with dark rust coloured droplets which were falling to floor. I took a pan from kitchen to protect carpet. We had decided the night before we would leave, mostly down to lack of heat, plus the damp was a concern, but the leak in ceiling was the final straw. I tried to phone the owner but couldn't obtain an answer until the afternoon, by which time we were on M6, when I advised we had decided to leave and informed her of the ceiling leak.Also the WiFi is only available if you sit in the corner of kitchen, as the broadband facility is in owners house.In conversation with owners they had only bought it in past 2 years and had spent lots of money having the render replaced, however the damp and ceiling leak points to further issues, which for us was disappointing. I would question whether this cottage is fit for use in its present state. Once fixed and inspected properly, it would present an interesting base to explore Cumbria. It would be worth noting to be aware of heavy traffic especially in late afternoon as workers from Sellafield begin their commute homewards."
Stephen - verified booking
"A lovely place let down by a few missing finishing touches.Firstly the directions on the booking were a little misleading. We drove past it twice, the sign for the cattery is very small, and a sign at the top of the lane (pointing the way) would be useful. It would also be useful to know that the house next door has loose dogs running around who come to 'greet' you (ok if you like dogs). We weren't even sure we were at the right place as it doesn't look like the photos and there is no sign on the gate/fence to say it is Quarry cottage. There was no visitors book and the welcome pack was minimal and lacking in vital information such as how to make the heating work. We did not feel very welcome. The cottage was well equipped unless you want to cut something with scissors- there were none in the kitchen or anywhere else. The beds are very creaky and noisy and could do with new mattresses. The shower kept cutting out and the bath is not very deep. There was no initial fuel pack for the fireplace as promised in the booking information, also when we tried to ring the owners on the day of arrival because we couldn't get the heating to work, they never answered the phone or rang back. Wifi is very limited (to the kitchen only) and this should have been stated.The layout of the cottage is strange as well, as it seems to interlock with the owners property and you can hear them moving about above your head - quite disconcerting at times.A nice enough place, but we felt we weren't given all the information about the property and we feel it could be made more welcoming. Addressing the finishing touches and providing more comprehensive information (and a fuelpack) would make this a much more enjoyable place to stay."
Timothy - verified booking
"The cottage owners are very welcoming and helpful & Catherine sorted us a local Turkey and vegetables for our Christmas stay. The cottage is listed as having central heating but there is only one radiator upstairs outside bed 2 and controlled by next door, the listings also state that the kitchen has an Aga cooker but it is in the lounge at the bottom of the stairs, cooking is very difficult when the work surfaces, water, fridge and everything else is in the kitchen 20 feet away, also the Aga has been preset at a low temperature and the thermostat disabled so you cannot achieve the correct cooking temperature of 230 in the top oven, this sets the correct temperatures for the hot plates and simmering oven, the top oven was at 150 and cooking anything took a long time. The cottage desperately needs a cooker in the kitchen. The stairs are extremely steep and the warning at the top recommends you come down backwards, upstairs the carpets are thread bare and open gripper bars are ready to rip into your feet in the night (be warned) the beds are comfortable but upstairs is very cold, the bathroom is large but the shower pressure is really poor, the taps are loose and the hot water is extremely hot, we had a bit of fun in bed with our two year old daughter counting cobwebs on the ceiling (torch required). The farm supplies wood for the log burner at a cost but unfortunately you dont get seasoned dry wood its wet fence posts that struggle to burn and the cottage is seperated from the main house with adjoining doors so conversation is clearly heard. We cut our stay short and went home a day early."
CHRISTINA - verified booking
"We liked the cottage very much. It was very well equiped and comfortable. We booked very last minute after minimal research, so with hind-sight, we would have booked a place with a fire/stove, in early January. We were told it was near St Bees, when actually it is next to Sellafield, which might bother some people. We took our 2 small dogs, and if there is a down-side to the cottage, it is that the living space is very small. [The bedroom is ample]. With 2 dog beds in the living room there wasn't much room to move about! The space in the cottage has been very cleverly used, so there isn't a solution to this! The directions to find the place would have been very annoying if we had followed them from Kirkby Stephen. If you are coming from the north or north-east, it is surely better to follow the A66 to Cockermouth, and then go south down the west coast. Sorry not to fill in all the rest, but I can't do the photo thing and as a Welcome Cottage owner myself , I find it difficult to score things out of 10! I find I can't submit without an overall score. Please attach no significance to this number as it depends on what you think of as 'excellent', and for whom."
Ruth - verified booking
"We had a great stay at Denton Rise & really enjoyed our time in the Lake District. The cottage was clean throughout and well equipped with plenty of space for us all (5 adults) to eat, sleep & have fun. The outside space was also really lovely. We were mainly there to visit Scafell Pike, for which the cottage was perfectly positioned. The village itself is small with just one village store (almost directly opposite the cottage) and a handful of pubs. Gill was a really lovely & welcoming host. She left us cakes from her bakery as a welcome gift and although her bakery was closed for the weekend she did make us some lovely pies which were left on the side in the kitchen for us to heat up after our hike which was just what we needed! Only criticisms would be that the decor it a little outdated (but who really cares about that?!) & the games tables were child sized which we didn't expect - it did make us chuckle & we still enjoyed playing on them in the evenings though. Overall a really great place to stay, lovely host, beautiful surroundings and we would definitely return."