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"Lovely to stay on a working farm, kids loved all the animals especially the dogs and “horsey school”, the children’s outside play area was also a nice addition. Great location, rural yet a stones throw from Bath. Thoughtfully renovated albeit with a slightly quirky layout. Downstairs is a lovely open plan sociable space but be warned upstairs is as equally open plan, quite detrimentally so, particularly for the 2nd bedroom….. We travel a lot and regularly stay away at Christmas, based on experience we’re not sure the cottage was 4* as billed. We arrived to find the children’s beds hadn’t been made up and there were no initial logs for the fire - although both these issues were actioned very quickly by the owner (who was away at the time). A few other minor details were over looked. No soap/hand-wash in the toilets, no black bin bags (we initially relied on thin bathroom hygiene bags), and whilst we acknowledge it’s not a BB, details like having the salt & pepper grinders stocked with at least a little bit would have been appreciated. There was previous occupants left over food on the oven grill and worktops had dried on stains. No on-site hoover or even dust pan (there was a broom, but the head kept falling off) No internet, (it worked for the first hour and then gave up). Most of the dining room chairs were tired/damaged and one of the kitchen cupboards was falling apart, which we were warned about but other minor glitches to the toaster & chipped glasses/plates etc all add up. Possibly all pedantic details but never-the-less these are the details that make the difference between a 3 and 4 star. Finally, after meticulously sorting our recycling for 4 days we were told that the farm didn't recycle due to previous experiences of tenants inefficiency to do it properly and that we should combine our rubbish. This feels like a real shame and somewhat ironic given there are hints and tips around the cottage urging and advising on ways to help the environment."
Polly M - verified booking
"We descended on the Old Queens Manor for a long weekend in October to celebrate my Mother-In-Law's 60th Birthday. There were 10 adults and two toddlers. It took us a while to find somewhere suitable as we wanted somewhere that was special and also big enough for us all to enjoy, and boy did the Old Queens Manor deliver. The house and it's grounds are stunning!! Starting with the house, it has everything you could wish for to make your stay comfortable. It was beautifully maintained and fully equipped. You can tell it is a house that was/is very much loved as it holds a lot of charm whilst also feeling modern at the same time. For such a big house it was surprisingly cosy and I think we all could've quite happily lived there! The grounds were beautiful and every bit was utilised. We had tennis and table tennis matches going on between the adults and the toddlers loved running around the expansive gardens seeing what treasures they could find. Whilst staying at the rectory we went for a looped walk direct from the house out to the Severn and back. A nice little walk with a pub stop in the middle (well it'd be rude not to!) We also went for Sunday lunch at The Anchor in the village which was excellent. Decent sized portions too! Jane, the owner, is superb and my only regret is that I didn't get to meet her in the end to say hello personally. Great communication throughout the whole booking process and she really went the extra mile to make sure that you were enjoying your stay and had everything you needed."
Gerry - verified booking
"I felt I had to write to you to express my thanks to you for the week my family and friends spent at the Old Queens Manor from the 2nd of August 2019. Although the weather could have been better it didn't spoil our stay at your lovely house. The house was very spacious but at the same time very homely and our group of eight enjoyed every aspect of the house. We certainly made use of all the facilities, my wife and daughter and myself were in the heated outdoor swimming pool every morning at 7.30 am and the rest of the family joined us a bit later. We had several tennis and croquet competitions, followed by lovely B.B.Q's and several drinks during the warm night air. A must for most visitors who like a walk is a walk to the White Hart Pub in Littleton, you start the journey through a public walk way through someone's front garden then through an orchard and into various fields and the views of the estuary and Severn bridge are fabulous. Once at the White Hart there is a great selection of food and drinks. For those that like a short walk the Anchor Pub is 5 minutes away and is equally as good. One of our family had made the trip to our get together from Australia and had seen nothing like the Manor and scenery before and took hundreds of photo's to show when he got home."
Jo and Steve - verified booking
"The owner Jane welcomed us with cake and fresh milk, and contacted us to check all was well during the week. The setting is glorious, very peaceful with beautiful views and the house itself is comfortable and well appointed, with everything you might want supplied, from towels and shower gel to tennis raquets and a croquet set. Although the house and gardens are large it feels very homely. We loved the Aga and the big kitchen table. The boot room is perfect for coming in from the pool, garden or walks, especially for dealing with wet feet and dirty shoes. The gardens are fabulous, perfect for games or just chilling and the pool provided endless fun for the children and adults alike. There are lovely walks all around (maps provided) and good food can be found at the friendly local pubs. Thornbury is a thriving small town with plenty of coffee shops and places to eat as well as supermarkets. The village community shop in Oldbury, five minutes walk away, is a real gem and great for essentials as well as delicioius local ice cream or coffee and home made cake. All in all this is a great house for a family get-together, we loved it. We came hope tired but happy after our stay in a special place. PS We hope we will be able to come again some time..."
Frankie - verified booking
"The place is a lovely, rustic farm very close to a field for the dog. The beams are a bit low so watch your head but the design of the Old Cow Shed gave you a really cottage feel. There was a lovely welcome basket with bread, homemade marmalade and jam, coffee and tea and the fridge had butter and milk. There was also a welcome basket for the dog with treats, bowls, poo bags and paw towels. We were in the middle between Bath and Stroud and were able to go out each day on excursions to Malmesbury Abbey, Wotton under Edge, (the Falcon Steakhouse pub in Wotton under Edge is dog friendly and the landlord brought the dog a bowl of water when we went in), Thornbury Castle, Roman Baths, Lacock Abbey, Dyrham Park, Newark Park and the Arboretum and come back each evening to a quiet, relaxing place for sleeping and wine drinking. The cottage is clean and well equipped for self-catering. The extra bedroom was useful as a changing area with a vanity for doing hair and makeup. The wifi is good for being in a remote site. Gareth was friendly and available if there were any issues. A lovely break that I would highly recommend if you want peace and quiet in a central location with good access to local sights."