Large Cottages In England To Rent
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Peter - verified booking
"We four adults shared the cottage this September for our annual painting week away. As it's an old fisherman's cottage - with the ground floor store converted to a kitchen / diner it does have idiosyncrasies. The first is that - as they warn - it is split over four floors with steep, winding, narrow stairs between them. because it's built against the hillside it gets bigger as it goes up. The ground floor is smallest and has just one small window. However the lighting is good and we soon settled to cooking, eating and even painting down there. There's also a side, shared but private set of stairs with a door to the lounge on the first floor. This is the easiest route to get luggage in and out. The stairs then lead to a second floor with a little gate to the utility room and a basic outside loo. Then on to a small terrace with chair and table (also a painting location) and on again to a barbecue terrace which we didn't use. The second floor has a large double bedroom and a good bathroom with an excellent shower. The third floor has three attic bedrooms and a tiny, basic bathroom. There's plentiful hot water - but it is almost dangerously hot.All the furniture - beds, sofas etc were comfortable and in good condition. The decor is not modern but homely. We quickly settled in and enjoyed its wonderful location at the heart of the village. It all worked! We had been concerned that there is a fish and chip shop on the lane but it closes by 8pm and supplies good fish!There are two real bonuses:- A car parking space - these are like gold dust in the village. The lane (Albion Street) is very narrow in places so only one of our cars fitted - the other - an Audi Q5 - had just a centimetre or two spare so only did the initial luggage drop. After that we had booked the Fisherhead car park which is a short and pretty climb through back streets.- There is good Wifi from the local service installed in the house."
Alan - verified booking
"This cottage is in a very quiet area with free roaming sheep around which is lovely.The cottage is very spacious inside, and a lovely cottage, great bathrooms, lovely comfy beds. Aga takes some getting used to, but very convenient as it's on all the time. The crockery was a bit disappointing. Appeared to be cheap and lots of chips. For the price and the added security I would have expected better. The cleaning could also have been a little better. More attention to detail needed, few bulbs not working, dvd remote missing, and other little problems. Heating and hot water is controlled by the cleaner, which isn't the best. Please be aware the stairs are a little dangerous for maybe elderly. However although it wasn't as good as we expected it was a lovely property, maybe a little overcharged.It isn't very well signposted though, and the directions made no sense. The cottage name is at the end of a road only on one side of the road, so if you come from the other way you don't see it. We couldn't find the cottage and in the end had to stop at a house and ask someone did they know where it was, and they did which was very lucky. Tried to ring for help when we couldn't find it, no one answered phone. Finally found the house 15 mins late after we were meant to be met to be let in. No one was there to let us in. Had a right panic on at the time couldn't get in, no one could be contacted. It seemed to cleaner left when we didn't arrive on time she thought she'd given us the key code, which she hadn't. So please make sure if you book this property, when you contact the cleaner near to the holiday date, get the key safe code."
Samantha - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, conveniently located, very modern and clean inside. The owners had thought of every thing! There was not one kitchen utensil that wasn’t supplied.We were a group of 5 adults staying and there was plenty of room for us so that we did not feel as if we were on top of each other. The weather was great and we enjoyed drinks in the small, but cute back yardThe only criticism I have, is that the window in the bedroom with 2 single beds, only opened a couple of inches. There was a child’s lock on the window and we could not find a key to open it. We stayed during the very hot heatwave and the 3 floor rooms were so hot and we were unable to ventilate and get some air into the room. For this reason, 2 nights I could not sleep in that room, due to the stifling heat and had to sleep on the sofa in the lounge, which was much cooler.I’m sure this wouldn’t have been a problem if it wasn’t the hottest spell the North have had for many years! If it wasn’t for this discomfort, I would have rated the cottage 10 out of 10 for everything.Would definitely stay in again, loved it. ."
Brenda - verified booking
"What a beautiful cottage! Three generations of our family were on holiday and the spacious front room, big kitchen and beautiful bedrooms meant everyone had a relaxing and fun holiday. We had not explored the Lincolnshire Wolds before and the area has an understated rural beauty about it. Great sandy beaches nearby which were quiet - perfect for strolling with the dog, kite flying and looking at the great variety of shells on the beach. The games room (located in the large front room), hot tub and wood burning stoves kept everyone happy. There is a pub and shop locally but we spent most of our days exploring the area. The Farmer Browns Ice-cream parlour is definitely worth a visit as is The Red Cow in Alford who provided great pub grub at a very reasonable price in a friendly atmosphere. The large garden is lovely to stroll around and the patio area is great for outdoor dining as it's just off the kitchen."
Robert - verified booking
"We enjoyed a super holiday at S15100. The house is well situated with lovely views to front and back. The layout out inside is very practical with a large sitting room, large kitchen-diner ( with doors opening out onto the patio/garden) and good-sized bedrooms. The house was very well equipped with more than enough crockery, cutlery glasses etc.. The bathrooms and en-suite shower rooms were spacious with lovely fittings. Wifi and phone signal both excellent.There is a pub 150 yards away and about 300 yards is the railway station with trains to Whitby. It's a very friendly line but not very punctual!The house is very well placed for a number of lovely walks. The two shops (post office/store and butcher's) are about a mile away. The roads into and around the village are very steep ( up to 1 in 3) so we were not sorry not to have taken our bikes!A great holiday in an area we didn't know at all well before."