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Chris - verified booking
"The cottage itself was very nice, barring a peculiar smell (fish?) in the dresser where crockery is kept.Broadband Internet was unavailable for all but a few hours of the whole week. This was not a huge problem but we have a teenager who was put out, plus we would have liked to have been able to use Netflix in the evenings. We incurred some additional cost as a result. The owner made a reasonable attempt to see if the router was the problem but concluded it must be to do with a service outage. Okay.What cause us real problems was an intermittent drop in water pressure which we noticed two to four times a day, from the second or third day. Each time it occurred without warning and lasted for about an hour, meaning that taps (including bath and shower) upstairs did not run at all and downstairs taps were reduced to a trickle. To make things worse, this seemed to co-incided with times we wanted to run baths or showers. In one instance our 5yo tried to wash his hands at 6:30am and was unable to rinse the soap off. Not a great start to the day! Availability of hot water also seemed to be impacted.Again, the owner waved this off as a problem with the water company who they guessed were doing works in a nearby town and reducing the pressure as part of this. We accepted this the first time it happened but became less and less satisfied with the explanation as the week went on. We took the liberty of calling the water company who confirmed there were no such works and no known problems, except that a call out had been arranged to the farm next door (the owner's dwelling) a couple of days prior (co-inciding with our first report of problems).We feel very much like we've been fobbed off and the issue with the water should be owned by the proprietor. It cast a shadow over the stay and we would certainly not choose to stay there again, let alone recommend it. We suspect as well that problems with the internet were likely to have been a permanent feature rather than bad luck. We appreciate that intermittent services are a feature of a remote location, but had we known how unreliable they would be we would simply not have chosen this cottage and we would most certainly not have paid what we did."
Louise - verified booking
"The cottage was perfect for us and was well equipped generally. Slight issue with only enough coal for one small fire and having an open fire was one of the reasons we rented this cottage in particular. We had brought logs but its a coal only fireplace and we arrived late on Christmas eve so nowhere nearby to buy any for a few days. We did find a petrol station open and with coal on Christmas Day near Oxford in the end! It wasn't a huge deal and very specific to the time we went because normally the Post Office sells it apparently. Besides this small gripe everything was great. The kitchen is very well equipped and the conservatory space was great for Christmas meals with every small thing catered for, even candles. We had snow while we were there and it was beautiful all around, the horses in the field opposite were great to watch. The bedrooms were very comfortable and the good size family bathroom was a great bonus. It may need mentioning somewhere that there is no toilet on the ground floor and when my elderly father visited us it was tricky getting him up the stairs. Brian checked we had everything we needed and was responsive throughout our stay, many thanks.I would definitely recommend this cottage to others and would book again and we have rented a lot of cottages in this area ( nearby family to visit). Thank you!!"
- Mrs Moy, September 2018 - verified booking
"We came in the back door via the conservatory this had 2 barrel chairs and 2 director chairs not really comfortable for sitting in during an evening to watch the night come in. We moved into the well stocked kitchen that had all the items necessary to prepare a meal. It has a large table and a sofa, can only think it ha the scruffy covers to protect it but still curious as gives the impression of tatty. Again nowhere comfortable to sit, 2 on the sofa and the others on the dining chairs. Upstairs we had the lounge, should have taken some dvds to watch but even that would not have been in comfort as there was just the sofa bed and again 2 barrel chairs. The top floor had the bedrooms one with en-suite and a wardrobe the other had a hanging rail, but the beds as previous guests have said did not afford comfort. Shame the hosts have not thought about the necessary requirement for holiday makers and that is always comfort, especially after a day visiting all the fantastic sites around. They have an ideal little place that is well stocked and well situated, just lacks comfort."
Anita - verified booking
"The Cottage is in a lovely location. It has a well equipped kitchen with a lovely large conservatory and a nice cosy open fire in the living room. We had a problem due to the previous guest breaking the only double bed in the property, which meant we then had to sleep on the mattress on the floor for out first night. Owner was apologetic, but I wasn’t very impressed with just being given a bottle of wine as compensation. Not paying for part of that first night, or the whole night, I think would have meant a lot more. If you enjoy a shower, I’m afraid you won’t get one here, with only one shower available, it has no power at all, it just tickles, you will get a better shower from the garden hose pipe.There is parking at the property, but if you are not a confident driver you may have trouble getting onto the drive, it is very tight to swing onto the drive from the little lane, with the added gravel gradient to also contend with."
Judith - verified booking
"Charming old cottage , full of vintage style books, toys and pictures. Excellent heating system kept the cottage warm so we didn't need to light the fire. It has all the necessities in the kitchen, though much of the crockery etc is a little dated.The living room is lovely but let down by tired and worn furniture and carpet. Upstairs is good , bedrooms have comfy beds and modern bedding and are nicely decorated Bathroom is spacious but the shower in the attic room is a bit hit and miss and rather tight for space. We were unlucky with the weather so the parking and getting in and out of the car was very muddy and the rough narrow area to park on would benefit from widening and having stone chippings laid.The area is beautiful with loads to do and plenty of places to visit, Blenheim Palace being our favourite. Overall we enjoyed our stay."