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Christine - verified booking
"This cottage was very nice however with a few minor changes it could be really lovely and give better value for money in my opinion. The bedroom was adequate, but more storage space would have been very useful. The bed faces the window which looks out onto a cow shed which is most unattractive. If the bed is turned through 90 degrees so that it faces the wall between the kitchen area and bedroom, with a nice picture on the wall it would be much more pleasant. It would also allow enough room for a chest of drawers/dressing table as well as the wardrobe on the wall on which the bed is currently. The mirror could also be put up instead of just being propped against a wall which is a bit inconvenient.The equipment in the kitchen was odd. There were 2 tea pots and an electric carving knife, but no casserole dish or colander which I think would be more useful. Very little of the crockery matched which is no big deal but would have just been a bit nicer. I would have appreciated a bit more information about what was recyclable in the area, as I know different authorities allow different items to be recycled.The shower room was very nice, too, but again a bit more storage space for lotions and potions would have just made that little bit of difference.Finally, although we did love the overall location of the cottage we were not aware, before we arrived, just how close it was to the dairy farm. The smell of cows was sometimes rather over powering and the low scale humming noise from the cow shed at 6.15am each morning was rather annoying for someone who is a light sleeper. So a bit of a warning about this may have been useful.I'm sorry this seems so negative. We had a lovely holiday as the location in Staffordshire was perfect for us, and the cottage itself was OK. I may be over fussy, but I genuinely think the cottage could be almost perfect if a bit more thought was given to people's needs. We have stayed at a lot of cottages in the past and we find that the ones which are the best are the ones that have just a little bit extra, which doesn't have to be expensive. We would recommend the cottage to others, but would merely point out our findings."
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."
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!"
Stephen - verified booking
"We stayed from 5th-12th August 2016We found the property set in the grounds of the owner's house which happened to be right opposite, so shared the same driveway..this was gated so security wasnt an issue, however we were situated right next to the neighbours barn where they do the milking, which we thought would be a problem, we didn't hear them much just the generators in the mornings, and depending on the wind direction a little smelly but not enough to put us off. We were told we could enjoy their grounds but kept ourselves to ourselves and had a peaceful break as intended.The area was beautiful lots to see and do, most things we did were an hour drive away but worth it, but still loads to do nearer. Recommend doing Chatsworth house, matlock bath cable cars, churnet railway, all had lovely views and lots to see and do.We would recommend this place to others, as ideal for walkers."
H - verified booking
"Overall the cottage was just about okay. There were simple things that let it down.Positive-The cottage was in a good location for walking the manifold way up to Wetton hill and Thors cave. It was on the main road though and very noisy. It had character and the wood burner was good for warming the house up.The kitchen area was small but had good equipment.You would struggle to fit 4 people around table.Negative- overall cleanliness was really bad and comment book had many comments about this. The cushions on the sofa had lots of stains on them.Bedding was clean though.Main bed was uncomfortable and springs and electric blanket could be felt.Small tv which scratched our DVD and then wouldn't play others.The towels were too small.I wouldn't stay there again I'm afraid."