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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"
Linda - verified booking
"River Bank is in a stunning location and we would definitely stay in the Duddon Valley again. Sadly the cottage has been neglected by the owners, the carpets are old, dirty and in some areas heavily stained. The carpet by the front door was soaking wet. The furnishings are old and threadbare. Most of the windows didn't open and in the main bedroom the window frame was rotten and loose. We could only gain entry to the cottage via the back door which I assume contravenes fire regulations especially as we wouldn't have be able to exit via a window had there been a fire. The washing machine door was broken and didn't open. Having looked at previous reviews this appears to be an ongoing problem which has not been addressed. No dishwasher tablets were supplied so it could not be used. The fridge is old, wasn't very clean and had a solid block of ice in it. There was a large area of flaking paint in the shower. I am at a loss to understand quite how the owner can ask for a cheque for £50 to cover any breakages or damage."
Andrew - verified booking
"The owners could not have been nicer and friendlier and the cottage was in an amazing and remote location. It has huge potential with a little TLC and investment. We are very surprised it is rated 4 stars - we have stayed in many holiday cottages and this was very basic in comparison - with little in the way of equipment and antiquated appliances. We would love to go back one day, but only if some upgrading is undertaken and perhaps a little more thought and empathy was applied with regard to what is needed and desired by their visitors. We had a list of issues, many of which were addressed promptly, but when we were only provided with one thin tea towel and asked if oven gloves were supplied we were surprised to be told that it was not policy to provide oven gloves - one of many examples where a little thought and empathy would transform the experience of staying at Brighouse."
Sherri - verified booking
"A wonderful place to stay! The cottage is beautiful and very comfortable. It is very well equipped and we were amazed at the contents. It was perfect for our golden retriever who has cruciate ligament problems - the cottage even came with a stair gate on the stairs! A lovely enclosed garden, the convenience of the post office shop next door and incredible walks right from the front door. We had not realised quite how beautiful the South West Lakes are. The quality of the food served in the local pubs is high and they were very welcoming. The weather we had, especially on our first day was terrible - never been so wet - and it just didn't matter! Very quiet (except for us) - the air was incredible! One of the best places I have ever stayed."
Suzanne - verified booking
"A delightful cottage, roomy & well equipped. The 'welcome pack' was an added bonus. A secluded situation with stunning views. Ideal for enthusiastic walkers. A good sized walled garden which suited the dogs and children. Lots of things to do and places to visit just short drives away (e.g.; the seaside, Coniston, the Motor Museum, the Aquarium, the train to Lakeside and boat trips on Windermere, ). Plenty of eating places in local towns/villages and a really good Indian restaurant/takeaway in Millom. A visit to Muncaster Castle, near Ravenglass is a must. We had a super week at Brighouse & will really miss our woolly 'neighbours'!!"