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What our customers are saying about our Pet Friendly Cottages In Swanage To Rent.
Natalie - verified booking
"Quince cottage was perfect for our long weekend with my partner and Milo our Golden Retriever. We were only going to stay for two nights but stayed for three. The quarry man cottage was built in 1680 approximately, so has lots of charm with a huge garden. Acton is unspoilt, quiet hamlet with a view of the sea at Swanage, if you walk 100m. There are walks from the cottage to the Square and Compass Pub along the Dancing Ledge Coastal ledge. On Friday nights they have a band which was fun, persuade them to play before their official 9pm start, this pub has a stable door bar and a fossil museum too! It was a good location to Swanage (where you can pick up food supplies), Studland, Corfe Castle, Sandbanks, Poole Quay and Lulworth Cove. We recommend The Scott Inn in Kingston for the view of Corfe Castle and their Jamaican BBQ and Mutton Curry. Also in Studland, the Pig on the beach and Brakes Inn with Old Harrys rocks, is worth a visit too. The weather was amazing for October, so we only put the electric heaters on at night and we were very cosy. The cottage was very clean with fresh white bedding and new towels, the bed was comfortable too....You just have to watch your head, because of the low beams upstairs, so don't rush around inside. Also baths are on the agenda or a kneel down shower. We had breakfast every morning in the garden, which has great access from the kitchen, where the grass was newly cut and the outside furniture was clean. We all loved it, a perfect get away cottage where you can touch the stars at night (so quiet, no light or noise pollution) . Thank you to the owner for giving use the opportunity to stay."
Matthew - verified booking
"We had an very nice stay at the Old Forge.There were a couple of minor maintenance issues (broken oven door handle, several blown bulbs and a non functional radiator in the main bedroom). The two bedrooms that adjoin the road next to the pub are not well insulated from the cold or sound so we found it nippy at night (we stayed in late October) and woke a few times around midnight as people left the pub.However, with the log fire lit, the house was very cosy and it was a great base for exploring the area. We visited Charmouth, Abbotsbury, Weymouth, Portland, Dorchester, Lulworth, Corfe, Studland and Swanage without much trouble or traffic problems.There are plenty of nice walks from the property and we never had a problem with parking. Overall, we were happy with our choice to stay here and would probably stay again. A few little issues, but good value for money."
Geoff - verified booking
"This property is in a beautiful Purbeck village but is in desperate need of attention. Everything is tired and worn out and the place could do with a bit of tlc. The en-suite shower has no working temp control and the water eventually comes through scolding. The shower in the main bathroom needs the drain clearing since after just a couple of minutes the tray fills with water. The oven desperately needs replacing. The tv is so small and far away from the sofa area you need binoculars to see it. WiFi only works in front bedroom. Washing machine has a note on it asking to press buttons gently. Tumble dryer is so noisy. It’s such a shame but I do expect higher standards from holiday rentals."
Maggs - verified booking
"The interior of cottage is challenging. The stairs are very steep.. Like a carpeted ladder. My husband and myself are tall.. 5'8" and 6'2".lots of beams and sloping ceilings for head bashing. Bathing and showering impossible.. Beam across Bath.. Steps up and down throughout, all with differing heights. This is to be expected in a building of this age and it being modified to suit today's interior expectations. Electricity is extra. So if your there in colder months be prepared to pay for the heating.. The interior is chilly. That said.. A pleasant head cracking, not standing upright stay for a week. The countryside made up for it.!!!! Give it a go!!!!"
- Mrs Frampton, August 2016 - verified booking
"The Old Barn far exceeded our expectations. It was so spacious and comfortable. The owner had left everything we could have needed, including a delicious home made cake! The location is fantastic for a base for walking or a short drive to the beach. We enjoyed every minute our stay and felt so relaxed. The owners have a lovely tearoom in Studland where we enjoyed a delicious ploughmans lunch during one of our walks. I would, and have, recommended The Old Barn to friends and family. We also found Sykes very helpful from day one of our booking - keeping us uptodate with regular emails and always being there on the phone if I had a query. Thank you!"