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Stafford District Cottages
Groom's Cottage - E5398
The Old Post Office
Sugnall Hall (28 Guests), Sugnall, Ecceshall
Swiss Cottage - E5375
Brankley Cottage - E4712
The Peacock Barn - E4713
Swallow Cottage - UKC2579
Sugnall Hall (14 Guests), Sugnall, Ecceshall
The Stables at the Oaks
Saddleback Cottage - UKC2578
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Bob - verified booking
"We stayed here as part of a group reunion we organise every year.The property is modern and well presented and immaculately clean. It's well kitted out in the kitchen and all bedrooms have an ensuite. Bedrooms are comfortable too and there is underfloor heating. Lots of hot water and good showers, plus a fantastic large bath on the upper floor.The views over the countryside are lovely, the open wild flower field at the back is great and there is a lovely large open garden space which would be excellent for kids to run around in. The cottage is very quiet, especially at night and it's easy to listen to the wonderful bird life around.We were disappointed at the welcome pack and folder. The pack was six ferrero rocher and a bottle of wine. Whilst that is always well received, including something such as a local cake or a packet of biscuits is much more useful and welcome, so that you can enjoy those with your first cuppa on arrival. The folder had all the info you need for the property, however there was nothing about things to see or do in the local area except for a leaflet about the National Memorial Arboretum. Very few recommendations for places to eat out or shop either.There are no games or books at all at the property so it was good we had brought some with us. Having these is a nice touch and always well received.WiFi is slow, however the owners are awaiting BT to upgrade the connections as the rural area becomes better connected. It does work though, although we had problems streaming the football final from BT sport.Seating area in the lounge could be better. As the property sleeps six the seating should better reflect that. Replacing the current L shaped sofa with two three seaters would be a vast improvement as the current offering is not comfortable to sit or lounge on for any period of time when six of you are there."
emma - verified booking
"Owners were very friendly and the cottage was comfortable. Beds were fine. Showers were ok but could do with a lot more power. Fridge very small for a 3 bedroom property and we found that it was either not cold enough or frozen at the back. Equipment provided in the kitchen was more basic than we had experienced in previous holiday cottages. Absolutely no kitchen supplies such as vinegar, ketchup etc left from previous guests. This is the first property we have stayed at where the cupboards were bare. Non stick coating on the pots and pans were badly damaged and needed replacing. We bought our own utensils and pots and pans on the first day. We left those at the property. As the property is listed as luxury we had high expectations. Location is ok, lots of towns and national trust properties within a short drive. Description of the cottage states that there are fantastic walks form the property but we didn't really find this to be the case and very little information provided in the welcome pack. It is possible to search on google but more personal information on the local area from the owners would have been appreciated. Bike racks would have been nice to have.Very little in walking distance but we didn't mind as we went out every day. Tiny convenience store, post office and a local pub. We didn't try the pub as the reviews on tripadvisor were so bad.Great cycle trails at Cannock Chase and lots of national trust properties to visit with dog friendly walks. Towns nearby all worth a visit. We enjoyed our visit and found lots to do."
Mike - verified booking
"I am a 40 yr old male professional and I stayed at The mill stone riding center cottage for 7 weeks. It was an unusually long stay for a holiday let, and i know i was extremely lucky to have had this vacancy for as long as i needed. Its a real gem of a place. As a hub for exploring the UK or working within wolverhampton or surrounding area, you cant beat the west midlands. It is just far enough yet close enough to city centers, Peak district, lake district, try and see it all... I did. Plus its location within Pattingham is walking distance to a nice pub (the Pigot Arms), grocery, horses of course! and bridleway walking paths. Its a renovated old horse stable with loads of charm, a smart layout w comfortable furnishings. The bedroom is roomy and comfortable, new and clean bathroom, kitchen, flat screen TV's, Stereo, free Wi-Fi, freezer and separate area for the washer and dryer. The private garden out back is a mature retreat with lots of roses blossoming if you stay in May thru July. Its a very a special place and I'd stay again without hesitation. 10 out of 10 stars from me after 7 weeks, nuf said.The owners are very friendly and more than willing to help with any of your needs. I can't say enough how much this place and its owners made me feel at home despite it being thousands of miles away for me. Thank you Tim and Louise, I really hope we can share another glass again someday. Cheers!"
Mrs Lally - verified booking
"This cottage is truly outstanding. The location is perfect in a beautiful quiet tranquil setting. The owners are very accommodating. When we arrived there was homemade apple juice cakes and hotcross buns which were perfect and tasted beautiful. The cottage is so warm and has everything you need. The views are just amazing. There is so much to do with the kids in surrounding areas (about half hour drive ) trentham monkey forest., waterworld and Gladstone pottery museum are fab days outl There are also lots of good eating places around. The one thing that truly made my holiday was a facial and massage from Vicki the owner of the property. They live next to the cottage and run the b&b. It was truly the best facial I have ever had I felt amazing Vicki is so lovely i highly recommend taking time out to do this. All in all this is the best cottage we have stayed in you won't be disappointed at all. We can't wait to go back."
Mrs Hollamby - verified booking
"Ian and Victoria were fantastic hosts. My husband is disabled and, whilst the cottage was already designed for the disabled a couple of items, grab rails in the bathroom and a small ramp for the patio doors, were needed and immediately supplied. On arrival we were greeted warmly, supplied with lovely homemade lemon drizzle cake and apple juice. During our stay we had two meals in and can only state that Ian is a first class chef. A lot of the ingredients for the meals came from his own garden, of which he is justifiably proud. My daughter and I treated ourselves to a pampering session with Victoria and my husband had a reflexology session on his hand and feet. All of which we thoroughly enjoyed, Victoria is very good at what she does. The whole ambience of this cottage is restful, the grounds surrounding it are lovely and peaceful. We cannot recommend it highly enough and hope very much to be able to holiday there again"