Holiday Cottages In Liphook To Rent
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Tony and Shirley - verified booking
"We had a lovely week at The Barn, everything we needed was there and the accommodation has a very homely feel. We tended to spend most of our time there in the the kitchen/diner, nice comfy chairs and a lovely AGA.The garden area is safe and secure, perfect for our little dog, and there was a safe and convenient place to park.We spent our week visiting family and friends in the area, and also visited Houghton Lodge at Stockbridge, Mottisfont Abbey at Romsey and Gilbert White's house at Selborne, (literally just up the road). We found some lovely places to take our dog for walks, there is certainly plenty to see and do in the area, and so many gardens, pubs etc. are dog friendly.Thankfully we were blessed with superb weather for the week, and as we visited in May, the birdsong and the dawn chorus was an absolute joy. I wish I could have recorded it.All in all we thoroughly enjoyed our week and would certainly return. And for anyone who is apprehensive about using an AGA, don't be. It's really easy, in fact it couldn't be easier and the results are excellent. I just wish I had room for one, I've become a convert like so many others.We received a very nice welcome pack which was much appreciated, and the owner Mrs. Nettle was very welcoming and ensured that we had everything we needed. The Barn is definitely the nicest place we have stayed so far, and I'm sure we will return in due course."
Martin and Cheryl - verified booking
"We loved staying in the Barn. It feels right as soon as you step through the door into the kitchen/diner. At this time of year the Aga is like a warm welcoming hug. The Barn is spacious, warm, comfortable and peaceful, being situated in a very quiet lane. Although opposite the owner’s home it has no windows on that side so you feel completely private indoors.It is very clean and excellently equipped. Whatever you want, it will be there in one of the many cupboards or drawers. In fact there was so much “stuff” that there wasn’t an empty cupboard for any food which isn’t suitable for putting in the large ‘fridge/freezer. Perhaps this could be addressed by removing some of the wine glasses! Even the hardest of drinkers would be hard pressed to use a fraction of what is provided!The sofas and bed in particular, were really comfortable. (The bed is two singles zipped together. This takes up a lot of space so remember to duck your head getting round one side to avoid hitting the sloping ceiling.)The bidet needs fixing. Water only dribbles out and the pop up waste doesn’t work.Wine, beer and biscuits were provided in the welcome pack but not milk or tea so come with all your provisions as you can’t just pop out to a shop.Cupboard space and bidet aside, this is a quality holiday home and feels like home.We would not hesitate to stay here again."
Gillian - verified booking
"Excellent location; nice and peaceful; accommodation fairly clean; several cobwebs that should have been dealt with in the cleaning before occupancy; ensuite to double bedroom smelt of stale water because sealant around shower was missing in places; shower tray partially filled when showering due to hair down plug hole; bath in twin ensuite was extremely slow to fill and hair down that plug hole too; electrical socket behind bedside table was gaffer taped to the wall; had to move wheelie bins from under double bedroom window as the smell was horrendous, smelt like dead flesh therefore flies were in abundance; kitchen cupboards nearly all full of utensils so not a lot of space for food; some utensils not as clean as they could be; frying pan was a little rusty so unable to use; double room bed very comfortable; sofa and armchairs a bit low for us and not very comfortable; oven a bit grubby; plenty of storage space in bedroom; garden very pretty and well kept; the pigs were gorgeous; owners father apologised for bins under window, he washed the wheelie bin out after they were emptied by refuse collection, gaffer tape on socket, he explained it was difficult finding time to repair it due to lettings, also apologised for hair down plug holes very pleasant gentleman."
Alexandra - verified booking
"What a great cottage!! Although we had rubbish weather while there, you could not fault the cottage which was very well kept, comfortable and fully equipped. The beds were very comfortable, the kitchen had everything (including a quarter pint of milk and some shortbread waiting for us!), and the shower had great pressure! We only had one dry day, but did a lovely 12km walk straight out the door. The cottage is on a working farm so my only warning is that the animals are very boisterous in the morning, serving as an alarm clock, particularly if you keep the windows open at night! There is a pub in West Meon, and two in East Meon, either direction not more than a couple kms. We went to Ye Olde George which was nice. A day trip including Winchester and Portsmouth is also doable. Would be lovely to return in better weather!!"
Carol - verified booking
"The cottage & the grounds were lovely. Our main issue was the cleanliness dusty floors cobwebs behind units etc. But the main issue was the fridge; no racks on the doors mould round the seal and found a mouldy artic roll in the freezer compartment!! We were staying over Christmas so needed a full fridge. No instructions on how to use the cooker tv etc. Wood burning stove wood was plentiful and was told to help ourselves great but.. no kindle was very hard to light. Was described as being decorated for Christmas, there was a tree with a few baubles, 2 crackers on the table and a tea light.Nice touch was milk in the fridge & some cake The pub in the village is lovely however it has odd opening times only a couple of lunch times and late evenings. On the whole very disappointed"