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Caroline - verified booking
"We all had a lovely stay at The Dairy Cottage; 2 adults, our 2 kids (1 year & 2 years) and our 2 dogs. Not only is the cottage beautifully decorated and kept but to have finishing touches such as tea, coffee and a bottle of wine was a real bonus. The owners are so accomodating to our dogs which just made it all the better. The pool was great for the kids. We easily travelled to London for the day, enjoyed Sheffield Park and the Bluebell Railway. The dogs loved the nearby walks and despite the weather we kept busy and enjoyed our stay very much. There is open brick work in the property which may be an issue with small children when they play but you can see that in the photos and our kids were fine. We would highly recommend this cottage. "
Dave - verified booking
"If you're looking for a quiet, get away from it all break, The Watertower is ideal. We had an extremely relaxing week. The property is small, but perfectly adequate for two people. The interior is modern and finished to high standard. Unusually for a place of this standard, there is no WiFi and phone signal is poor. I wood recommend doing a thorough online search of the local area for attractions and eateries before you arrive. The bedroom has a very substantial 4 poster bed which provides a very comfortable nights sleep, however, it is quite high. This means getting in and out over side rails can be quite awkward, although a small step stool is provided. That said, we wouldn't have the slightest hesitation in booking a return visit."
Richard - verified booking
"The owner was very kind & accommodating.The cottage was ideal for us & our plans. It was centrally located in southern England & convenient for exploring the south, as well as London . It was secluded just enough to allow relaxation. The facilities were complete. The local town was near by with groceries, pubs, & a pharmacy. The grounds & area typical of rural England, which was appealing to an American visitor.Would have be great, if we had had the e-mail address of the owner. We live across the Atlantic & it was a pain, as well as expensive to contact the owner to make arrangements for the keys, etc. Having an e-mail address would be extremely convenient."
Dan - verified booking
"The property is in a nice position, being near Sheffield Park and the steam trains as well as within reach of Lewes and the coast. The cottage is clean and well-kept, and we appreciated the milk, teas and the bottle of wine - very thoughtful. It was very good to be able to use the swimming pool, too. Our only quibbles were that the house wasn't too warm for spring, and it wasn't possible for us to control the heating ourselves. In addition, one of the two beds in the twin bedroom was most uncomfortable, with springs sticking out of the mattress (the double bed was fine)."
Previous guest - verified booking
"More than I thought it was going to be, well exceeded my expectations, better than it showed in the photo. Very clean, especially the bathroom, nicely furnished (Laura Ashley). Amazing views, comfy bed, however if like me you are 5ft 2" then climbing in and out of bed, even with the use of the footstool caused some hilarity (if everything else fades over the years,this certainly won’t)So much to see and do in the area, played pooh sticks and would really recommend Hever Castle. The only downside was that the 2 nights we had booked was not enough. June 2011."