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Kate - verified booking
"This cottage is in a fantastic location and is very comfortable and well equipped. The super king bed in the main bedroom is particularly comfy, and the cottage is quiet and peaceful and a great base for a stay in Tenby and the surrounding area. We particularly loved visiting NT Stackpole with the lily Ponds and Broadhaven Beach. However our stay was slughtly marred by a few issues that shouldn't have occurred for the price we were paying per night.I had requested a high chair and travel cot for our 13 month old baby. These were in the cottage but were not set up for use, although that is a minor point. What was important though was that nowhere in my booking was I informed that I would need to bring my own bed sheets and linen for this cot and so we were surprised to find there was nothing. Luckily we didn't have anyone using the single beds so I was able to fashion a sheet out of a single bed sheet; however, this is not best practice at all safety-wise. It needs to be made clear when booking that no sheets are provided. The travel cot also seems like it could do with replacing as the mattress is super super thin and bends at each end so I had to try and use the spare towels to make this a flat and more comfortable surface. There was no option when booking to request a stair gate separately, but I wasn't concerned by this as the listing stated the cottage had one. When we arrived there was so stair gate in place however the stairs are in between the kitchen and lounge and are very steep. This meant we couldn't allow our baby free reign to crawl around safely. When I contacted the owner of the cottage she said I should have requested this separately, but as I say, this was not an option on the website, and you would also assume that requesting a cot and highchair would alert to the fact that a stair gate would also be required. We were also not provided with any washing up sponge or brush and barely any washing up liquid, and no dishwasher tablet, so we weren't able to clean up after our meal. When bathing the baby we also found that the bath plug didn't fit and the water drained immediately out of the bath so we also had to request this issue also be dealt with! The cottage owner contacted the property management company who contacted me but unfortunately were not able to come and rectify the problems until the next day, but assured me they would be round first thing at 9am for the stair gate, and around 3/4pm for the bath. Unfortunately noone arrived until 10am the next day, by which time I had had to put my baby down for a nap. Whilst they were very kind and brought a bottle of prosecco, they were very noisy and woke up my baby by running up and down the stairs loudly, and clanging the stair gates right outside and naive the bedroom. As the weather was awful that day (by no means anyones fault!!) we were then stuck in the house most the day with a very overtired baby.We then put our daughter down for a second attempt at a nap at lunchtime, and the handyman arrived to look at the bath 2 hours early and again woke up the baby by making lots of noise in the bathroom that was next to the bedroom. Therefore, our dissatisfaction arose as due to the relatively high cost of the accommodation we were disappointed that these issues had arisen in the first place, and then that the rectification of these problems seemed to cause us more issues!"
Ben - verified booking
"Lovely barn on a working farm. Very isolated from the main road, off a long track which was very bumpy and muddy. The owners were lovely and left us to it. The local town of Crymych is pleasant but is definitely driveable, we didn't try out the pubs but there were a few shops and takeaways. The barn is in a lovely rural location overlooking some beautiful hills but you can't see them from the barn because the barn windows face a wall which is about 1.5m away so we felt quite enclosed. The windows you can see in the main picture face the driveway and face the owners house. If there was one window put in the main gable wall in the kitchen this would offer a lot more light and great views, wouldn't be too costly either. Overall a nice stay but the location was a bit awkward."
Andrew - verified booking
"Fabuous location ideal for wild life photographers saw our first sea eagle gliding from woodland local spar shop 6 miles from cattage and petrol station and nice pub serving good old fashoned food , super places to visit on island, We stopped off at the local post office on our way to iona and ended up having soup / roll over looking a spectacular bay , Tobermory Wow if you have not visited this place its a must colourful cottages and houses lne the pavement , but the best thing about Mull is its unspoilt natural wild island if your looking for night life and raz a ma taz this holiday is not for you but if you love the wild rugged scenerey an abundace of wild life walking then we can really recommend this handsome rugged island ,"
Tom - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, very cosy, we felt very at home. The garden is nice, shame the weather wasnt better so we could enjoy it more! Located next to the car park and a parking permit is provided free for the week (for one vehicle, I think additional would cost more). Despite this location it never felt noisy, we had a peaceful stay. This location makes this cottage a great balance between seeing life in the centre of Lampeter and being able to walk to a very nearby Sainsburys and slightly further-away Co-op, and being able to head off to other places, such as the many beaches less than an hour west. I was also very grateful for the complimentary Stroopwafels when we arrived, though I may now have a stroopwafel addiction."
Ian - verified booking
"Bryntrisant is a lovely little cottage and an ideal base for exploring mid-Wales. It is surrounded by farmland and when we stayed (end April) the fields were full of lambs.Pros: Cosy, real fire if you need it, well equipped kitchen, comfortable sofas, excellent shower, comfy bed, good size garden, great views, quiet locations.Cons: Bed needs a bigger duvet, not suitable for tall people - doorway out to hall/downstairs loo can't be more than 5.5 ft high and is quite deep (I hit my head three times) and low beams in the bedrooms, small fridge very low to the floor. There is also no DVD player which I hadn't spotted in the cottage details so had to buy a budget one from Tesco in Aber."