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Ulpha near Broughton-in-Furness
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Ulpha near Broughton-in-Furness
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Alan - verified booking
"My overall rating of this property is influenced by just how much it suited US to have stayed there. There are, however, some failings that people should be aware of before booking.There was no landline phone or wifi for the entire 2 weeks that we were there. The iron doesn't work.Most obvious was that the owner really needs to do this beautifully located property some justice and spend some money on it. Handles fall off things, the wardrobe in the rear second bedroom is just waiting to collapse...it is leaning at an angle, the ball valve in the downstairs toilet came loose, paint is peeling in places (most notably downstairs bathroom)Some cash and tlc sorts all the minor faults that exist.Previous reviews suggested that the place was dirty, this wasn't our experience. If you wanted to walk round with white gloves checking hard to reach areas for dirt then i'm sure you'll find some but why on earth would anyone do that? It's clean!Previously people have also complained about the matress and I can assure you, this has been replaced and is comfortable. Take it from someone with a bad back who drove for 7 hours before staying there.Someone also suggested installing sky?!?! well, each to their own but for me that's be like drawing a mustache on the mona lisa.The property excells as a base to explore from and to enjoy peace and tranquility. Pleasure seekers do enjoy the river and sometimes pop up on the other side of the river to the garden but this wasn't an issue in any way.So, I've mentioned any gripes that we had and I must emphasise that they are gripes, not major concerns. We had a brilliant time and the property and it's location were a major factor in this. We would have no hesitation in staying there again and if the owner ever saw fit to sell then i'd be very interested in buying......and i can't think of any greater compliment I can pay the place than that"
Carole - verified booking
"The Bothy is a really cute cottage in a lovely remote location. It has a comfy bed, lovely bath, and loads of boiling hot water. The thing which let it down for us was the heating. The main source of heat is the woodburner in the lounge, and until we'd mastered the art of keeping it alight (which we'd done by the end of the holiday), we were very cold. The heating in the bedroom downstairs (a storage heater and free standing radiator) was not very effective, and as heat rises, the bedroom did not benefit very much from the heat from the woodburning stove. We stayed at the cottage in March, and it wasn't particularly cold out, so I can't imagine what this would be like in the height of winter.A small welcome pack of some description - be it a pint of milk/small loaf of bread/bunch of flowers - would have been nice. We have never before stayed anywhere which didn't offer anything (and we stay in 2-3 cottages a year). I appreciate you can order the farm produce in advance, but that's different. A small gesture would go a long way into making people feel welcome.Overall, we had a great holiday, and love the Lake District and area. There are some nice pubs in the vicinity, which serve great food."
K - verified booking
"Pretty little cottage nesting in the hills,quiet and peaceful. 15 minute drive down narrow winding road to nearest village. From previous reviews it seems to be hit or miss with the efforts of the owner....we were a miss! The cottage hadn’t been cleaned from the previous guests, it was after five pm before the owner was contactable and appeared to clean the cottage. As she had not returned our phone calls all afternoon we decided to book into the village hotel for the night. On return the next day the cottage was ready for us. The owner has not attempted to remedy any of the points made on previous reviews- same old worn out sofa and chair, curtains hanging off,threadbare towels, lamp not working, no lights at front door if arriving in the dark,insufficient signage to direct you to the cottage,garden furniture not safe to sit on, Christmas Decorations still on show (for what they were) despite it now being April! I would describe this cottage as unkempt rather than dirty...in need of some TLC .Overpriced for what is provided. I would not recommend this cottage."
Mr ShapcottMr EaglandMrs Carter - verified booking
"Chris, our host, and his family were welcoming and friendly and the cottage was well kept and comfortable, would definitely consider booking again!My wife and I stayed there in August 2017 with our 2 children, aged 7 and 2. The location is superb, with a great choice of walks from the front door. It is a very peaceful spot set at the foot of the beautiful Wallowbarrow Crag within the Duddon Valley. We have explored many areas in the Lakes and this valley is perhaps the most tranquil and relaxing of them all. Off the beaten track but still within striking distance of the pub in Seathwaite and the Post Office in Ulpha. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating and made us feel very welcome. We grew very attached to High Wallowbarrow Farm during our stay and were sad to leave. We will certainly visit again and would recommend this cottage to anyone seeking a real break from the hustle and bustle of life.Would and will recommend it to others ."
Kealey - verified booking
"High Hurst is a well equipped cottage with everything you need and more plus there are rare breed animals and fabulous wildlife in abundance on site, we even had our own roosting swallows staying with us in the porch area and the enclosed garden was perfect for our pooches. Located in the Duddon Valley area of the Western Lakes close to Eskdale, it's a stunning location but is some distance to main shops and amenities which we wanted, so really suited us. Robin the owner was so helpful and knowledgeableand she works really hard managing the farm and property to a high standard. We did several of her suggested days out. There is a large ordnance survey map posted in the utility which was really useful plus plenty of guide books and maps available. If you want a peaceful retreat in unspoilt spectacular countryside, far from the madding crowds High Hurst is perfect."