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Sharon - verified booking
"Wet room was damp and smelt so bad, the door was kept shut and we didn't use it. Outside the wet room the wooden floor wS soft because of water damage. The windows were that streaky it was hard to see out and were in desperate need of a good clean. Taps on the bath fell off if touched. The owners have a cat which insists on entering the property whenever it can. The few hot days we had we couldn't open the door or windows because the cat would get in. Even managed to get comfortable in my car as we unpacked! The dining table was that grimy it was sticky. The three piece had seen better days it was impossible to sit in comfort. One of the children's toys went behind the three piece, to my horror when it was moved there was a use tampax and what I first thought was a dead mouse. Turned out to be a cat toy, however the other object was disgusting. Sky TV did not pick up any channels apart from Welsh speaking ones or news! Beeb 1,2 ITV anything else forget it! The hot was full of products to kill germs it smelt worse than swimming baths and I suspect never gets changed. Oh and the hot tub was always strangely cold?? The patio furniture consisted of one wooden picnic table which was falling apart the kids playground was old and worn. The washing line was nearly completely collapsed. Think you get the picture by now, would I return? No, but the area we stayed had breath taking scenery so would return to Wales."
Jacqueline - verified booking
"Bryn-Coed is a lovely bunglow very spacious, clean, comfortable, plenty of parking space on the drive, we had two cars. Lawned area at the front and the back and the view is fantastic, as you are surrounded by mountains, breathtaking. Plenty of different little birds visit the garden to feed from the bird table and you see bigger birds as well and the sheep come down to feed in the field adjacent to the garden. It is so peaceful as well, so different to big city noise. Just down the road, about 5 mins, is a forest, great for walking the dog, different foot paths leading round the forest and horse tracks as well and you can even walk right up to the top of the mountain, which we did with our little yorkie and the view is just unbelievable. Plenty of places to tour round and not far away you can go and watch the Red Kites feeding, loads of them.We had a fantastic holiday and I would definitely recommend Bryn-Coed as a good place to stay in."
Jennifer - verified booking
"My friends and I absolutely *loved* staying at the Cow Shed. For a start the place is huge - much bigger than it looks in the pictures! It was also incredibly well equipped - we had more than enough places to sit, to eat around a table and to cook a full Christmas dinner.The wood-burning stove was lovely and we had it on most of the time we were in the cottage, so heating was never an issue! The area is fairly remote in terms of some of Wales' best known spots, but we still found some stunning walks and lovely towns very nearby for a great holiday. The only one, tiny tiny complaint we had is that the diagrams on the cooker had worn out, so it took us quite a lot of guess-work to figure out how to use the oven and the different hob rings. But when that's the worst you have to say about a place - you're doing very well! "
JudgeCludge - verified booking
"I booked the Old Court House as a last minute break for the family, and on arrival we were not dissapointed. The old cells are still in place which the kids found facinating. I advise anyone who is thinking about booking this accommodation to do it, dont mess around, you will not regret it. We ordered our groceries from Tesco and they arrived at the time slot we booked, this saved us loadibg the car with food. Rhayader has many fine eating places and there is a pub opposite which can be loud on a Saturday but all quiet from 12.30am. Aberystwyth is a good 1 hour drive with Cardiff being reached in around 2 hours. We did not park the car as suggested by the owner as the street was not very well lit, we used the street directly opposite without any problem or issue. Book and Enjoy."
P - verified booking
"The house is in a beautiful setting very peaceful and with lovely view it was therefore very disappointing that the plastic garden seats provided were all broken. The games 'room' it is stated is in the garage, we did manage to have a fun time however the quality of the snooker table and darts are poor, the table being uneven and the pockets being torn and the darts blunt and we did not find a football game as advertised. It could do with a bit of a tidy up as well. The house itself has absolutely everything provided that you would require and more but there were dog hairs on the living room carpet when we arrived. For the price being paid it wouldn't cost much for the owner to rectify these small problems!"