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Staffordshire Moorlands Cottages
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Honeymoonermay2018 - verified booking
"I'm glad I didn't read the below reviews before I stayed here. Although the house may be a little dated it is an amazing place to stay. We had a reunion with friends from all over the UK and it was exactly what we were looking for. The house was clean upon arrival and yes there may have been rubbish awaiting collection, but this was at the top of the stairs well away from the house. It's not the owners fault the rubbish isn't collected every day. The two bathrooms and cloakroom were clean and no leaks or toilet problems and there was no funny smell throughout the house, or any damp. The log fire kept the living room warm and the central heating kept the rest of the house toasty. There are two huge double bedrooms, one which is large enough and yes there is one double where there isn't much room and you have to get in the bed from the bottom but it's a little petty to fuss over that when the bed is for sleeping and not for everyone to sit round and have a chat! The living room is plenty big enough for a group of people to gather. The kitchen was big enough for all 8 of us to get involved with the cooking and the dishwasher meant we had more time to relax. We had no problems with the cleanliness of the oven. The only slight problem was some of the plugs had no covering so watch your rings don't go down the drain! The games room was a nice addition as well. Plus to top it off we seen some amazing fireworks from the balcony set off from the middle of the lake which was a lovely unexpected suprise for bonfire weekend. Not a place for people who expect everything to be perfect as it's a lived in property which adds to its charm, but it was clean and cheap compared to other houses that sleeps 8 people around the country."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"On arrival we were surprised that previous reviews had described the cottage as spacious. As a group of 5, we found that the awkward size / shape / layout of the seating area made it difficult to all watch TV together in the evening. Whilst it's nice to have an extra sofa away from the TV for those wanting to read, the seating near the TV only had 2x two-seater sofas and 2x dentist waiting room- The seating area is also the through-route between the kitchen, bathroom, pool room and staircase, so it felt a bit like a corridor at times. I think the cottage would be most suited to a group that wants to spend evening sitting around the large kitchen table, or perhaps two couples who want to go out early hill walking and spend evenings in the pub. Positives: clean; plenty of hot water and the shower was good; corner room bed was comfortable; pool table was great; the north-east facing garden has views over countryside; the wifi was fine; there are a 2/3 really good National Trust properties in the wider area but driving there takes quite a while. There's a steam railway close by. Negatives: the property is right next the A52 so there is 50mph traffic noise from 6am; bathroom radiator is too small for the room which is cold; condensation problems causing puddles in the bathroom and kitchen; bathroom and kitchen floors are freezing, bring your slippers; cooking was challenging at times due to poor quality pans, but the oven was good. Overall, we thought the property was quite expensive for what we got, compared to others we have stayed in, especially as it isn't in the most popular location."
masonshouse - verified booking
"The property is an Victorian Boathouse it is located on an amazing scenic lake. Every Window from the property has a view of the lake. The boathouse itself is in very good condition, the kitchen is well equipped with a large electric oven and hob, dishwasher and a great island which helps especially when catering for 6 adults and 2 children. Everything you would need to prepare meals is there and there is a great butcher in Leek town centre and Sainsbury's is a 5 minute drive). The bedrooms (4 bedrooms) are very well maintained, very clean as well as the bedding. Games room although does not have windows is very well lit with a pool table and dartboard provided. Living room is very well equipped with seating and even Sky TV, as well as excellent free Wi-Fi that can be picked up all around the property. We loved sitting on balcony in the mornings drinking tea and just enjoying the view. There are lovely maintained gardens that give you privacy from the road but unobstructed view of the lake. The view from the lake is even better and the owner even leaves two Kayaks a rowing boat and enough life jackets for the Titanic for your use. The whole family had fun on these including the grandparents. Needed to contact the owner a few times (silly little things where were the spare light bulbs and what direction was the pub that you could walk too), His communication was excellent replied promptly and answered our silly little questions, for me this gives me great peace of mind when the owner is only a phone call away. We will definitely be booking for next year."
- Chris K, November 2015 - verified booking
"We visited the Hen Cottage Annexe this weekend (late Nov 15) and stayed for two nights. The setting is wonderful (the track leading up is bumpy but not a problem at all) and the cottage is set in the hills. It's ideally situated for exploring in the Peak District, it feels out in the middle of nowhere (which is exactly what we wanted) but equally Leek is only 4 miles away and Buxton only around 10. The cottage itself is clean, comfortable, spacious, with nice roof windows and it's a perfect romantic getaway whether you want a base from which to explore, or somewhere to just relax (we did a bit of both). The heating is also really effective (not an exciting point(!) but if you travel in the winter the cottage retains heat really well and warms up to be really toasty very quickly if you've been out for the day. Lorna, the owner, is really friendly and cakes and milk were available on arrival which was a really nice touch. I would recommend this to anyone, it's a really nice place."
Andrew M - verified booking
"Just got back today. To begin with, our bedroom which was in the cellar was amazing, the huge windows opened up with the water just below and you can actually see small fish feeding off the surface. The living room and balcony were very special and homely. Yes the oven could do with updating and the wifi isn't great but that's more than made up for by the house. I highly recommend jumping in one of the kayaks on a calm morning and head left to row all the way to the end of the lake. If you go into leek and have dogs as we did, some of the pubs are very dog friendly. Some of the other lets along the road had hot tubs and seemingly better boats but didn't seem to make our stay any worse off as this is the most impressive house on the lake in my opinion. I also recommend going on the rudyard lake light railway which is a lovely little steam engine the runs along the lake and back which you can actually see from the house. A great family holiday."