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Richard - verified booking
"Really enjoyed our stay last week. Shared the cottage with another family, 4 adults and three children in total. Plenty of room and comfortable. Village is v.quiet and nearest pub, the Nags head was a 5 minute drive on the way to Pontesbury which has a bakery, a co-op which is open 6am-10pm every day, two Chinese’s takeaways and a chip shop.Beds in cottage were comfortable, clean big bathrooms with instant hot water etc. Tv has free view which was a downgrade from sky, but more than adequate for the week. The owner Jayne who lives next door was very friendly as well as her dogs.The village is 5 miles from Shrewsbury which has the usual amenities, bowling, cinema and supermarkets. Also has a museum of local military history in the castle which was worth a visit.One hr south is Rhayader where the red kite feeding station is situated. Again worth a visit to see approx 300-400 wild red kites feeding 50 meters away and only £20 for a family of 4. Also managed a walk up Earls hill which has great views, but not an easy walk. The first few hundred meters were gravel tracks which soon became several hundred meters of very steep banks through the woods, but definitely worth the walk.Planned to go to Snowdon, but too far for children to walk and trains booked way in advance, so if this is on your agenda book in advance.Would We return, definitely. Plenty more to see and do that we could not manage in our week. A very beautiful part of the country which we would contemplate moving to."
Neil - verified booking
"One of the main reasons we booked this cottage was because of the "secure garden" for our dog, unfortunately within minutes of arriving our dog had easily escaped from the garden and was on the road that is directly outside the grounds, the allocated courtyard garden is not secure for dogs and it needs some work to make it so. The seats in the garden are low standard plastic chairs, of which two of the four were broken, as was the table. The cottage itself is very nice and has a bright and airy feel to it, everything you need for self catering is provided, however I do not think it is practical for more than two adults. The only seating in the living area is two sofa beds, these are very uncomfortable and they are not suitable for frequent use. Other reviewers have commented on the cattle grid outside the property disturbing their sleep and I have to agree with them, it is directly outside the bedroom window just above your head as you lay in bed and vehicles start rattling across it from around 5:30 a.m. The nice touches that we have become used to when we book a cottage holiday were missing, there was no welcome pack in fact there was no welcome, as the owners were busy getting ready to go away for the weekend, we were made to feel like bit parts.I'm sorry but I would not recommend this property."
Andrew - verified booking
"We had a very good stay at Cleeton Gate Barn. Sharon and her family were exceptional hosts and our dog became good friends with Scout and Luna. The accommodation suited our needs and everything was so clean . The location was idyllic for us and we very much enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. Everything is easy to get to by car. The double bed was so very comfortable and we were never disturbed by the cattle grid. We found the sofas a little uncomfortable to sit on for long periods of time, however , this in no way detracted from our week long stay. We would thoroughly recommend Cleeton Gate Barn and hope to return. Many thanks Sharon & family."
Christine - verified booking
"If you want peace and quiet this is the place to go. Clean and tidy. We took our dog who soon settled in well. We were allowed access into the owners garden but due to damp weather it was not possible. Nearest town was Knighton. All necessary requirements there including a big Co-op with parking and petrol. Many places to visit and walks.The Castle Inn pub about 5/10 minutes away very good plus The Sun Inn at Clun. Also a most unusual tea house called The Bird on the Rock at Clungunford. Excellent.Suggest to Rebecca that a safe for key to cottage maybe a good idea in case they are out when people leave."
Elizabeth - verified booking
"Lovely, comfortable cottage with everything that you could want for your stay. Rebecca made me feel very welcome. There was a problem with the electricity when I arrived but it was dealt with really smoothly and I am sure that Rebecca would have made sure that I was fed and watered if they hadn't been able to fix it. There are so many lovely walks in the area, many direct from the cottage without having to use a car, and the descriptions by Rebecca and Phil are first class - really easy to follow. There is a reasonable choice of shops for everyday needs in Knighton, about 4 miles away."