Holiday Cottages In Merseyside To Rent
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From museums to wildlife, Merseyside offers an impressive range of things to see and do on holiday. The World of Glass Museum is a popular place to visit as is Port Sunlight Village. If you prefer animals to art, then the Knowsley Safari Park is the place for you. Formby Point is also well worth a visit as it offers the best chance to spot wild red squirrels. If that’s not enough to persuade you it also has a sandy beach and beautiful pinewoods.
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Gorgeous Cefn Cottage
Wonderful Towyn Lodge
Excellent Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley Cottage
Splendid Afon Wen Cottage
Wonderful Colwyn Bay Lodge
Cadole near Mold
Attractive Mold and the Clwydian Range Cottage
Captivating Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley Cottage
Adorable Mold Cottage
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- MarieT2835, August 2016 - verified booking
"We have just returned from a wonderful week in the gorgeous S39575. From the moment we arrived we knew we had made the right decision for our holiday. The cottage was beautiful, extremely clean and we were greeted by lovely welcoming gifts of homemade cookies, cake and even a bottle of wine. There were even essentials of a freshly baked loaf, freshly laid eggs and a pint of milk in the fridge. Our dog wasn't forgotten either and there was a bowl of treats for him too. We felt right at home from the moment we arrived due to the lovely decor and cosy furniture. The cottage and garden were bigger than we were expecting and definitely dog friendly. We were very lucky to have great weather and were all able to fully enjoy the garden. The cottage is in a great location with plenty of shops within a few minutes walking distance, from independent local shops (including a great butchers) to a large Tesco so there is no need to worry about running out of anything. There are also plenty of takeaways including the amazing Maggie's fish and chip shop which is well worth a visit. There are lots of walks, beaches and places to visit close by. Talacre beach was our dogs favourite with miles of sand and sea to play in. All in all we loved every minute of our holiday and would thoroughly recommend S39575. In fact we are looking to go back again soon!"
- andyvan2015, January 2016 - verified booking
"S39575 is a great place to stay to explore North Wales. Tucked away off a little lane, it gave us lots of privacy but just two minutes walk from lots of shops and supermarkets...great if you've forgotten a bottle of milk! The cottage itself is wonderfully decorated throughout with wooden floors, possibly the comfiest couch ever, a lovely bedroom with feather duvet, a well equipped kitchen with a conservatory looking out onto a decent sized courtyard which is entirely enclosed if you have a dog who thinks he's Houdini! The interior touches are lovely with log burning fire...grandfather clock and little wooden love hearts, fluffy towels...so nice to arrive to as was the bottle of vino and lovely cake. There is a great book with lots of information on local area and the owners numbers if you need any assistance. Lots of lovely villages and towns nearby, and nice walks for our little yorkie terrier Larry who was so chilled here we had to pick him up and carry him out. Met one of the owners Jon on last day, lovely chap....hope to see you again, we may try your new farmhouse next time Pistyll farm."
Mrs W - verified booking
"This cottage comes highly recommended. The situation on the outskirts of a caravan park could have been off putting, but it was so quiet and comfortable that you would not have known there were caravans about. Jan Waterhouse was the perfect owner who went out of her way to see that everything was in order and if there was a problem it was corrected as quickly as possible. The cottage was very comfortable with all the amenities necessary (apart from a freezer) - the bedrooms were great, bathroom and en suite very suitable. All in all a very enjoyable place to stay. There were plenty of places to visit - the coast being close and Snowdonia practically on the doorstep. My husband being from North Wales agrees that this is one of the more beautiful parts of the country (then he is biased!!) and I thoroughly agree with him - despite being disabled I was able to drive around and see all the sights. Can't think of anything negative to say about the place, but am sure everyone who stays at the S4747 will have a fantastic holiday."
- Rob C, January 2016 - verified booking
"What a gem! Very impressed with this cottage. We arrived on a rainy and dull Decembers afternoon to be greeted by a warm and cosy cottage, the fire was roaring and there was a lovely bottle of red with two glasses left out for us, with some treats for our four legged companion. The living room is very well set out, comfortable with plenty of room. There is also a nice conservatory and plenty of outside space for summer BBQs. The place was easy to find and a great hub to use for exploring Wales. We visited the local well, and Wetherspoons down the raod which was very reasonably priced and had a good atmosphere. The other pubs in Holywell are admittedly a bit run down but Spoons was surprisingly good. Lots to do in the surrounding area, walking, local pubs a short drive away (the Fox Inn & Blue Bell are great). Our only regret is not getting the chance to visit Simon and Jon (the owners) on their farm - details in the local area book they leave for you. Maybe next time. Thanks again, highly recommended."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We thought the location of the bungalow was ideal for exploring the surrounding areas. We were very disappointed in how small the bungalow was. There was no room to put our clothes. There was one very small wardrobe with one small drawer.We had to basically live out of our suitcase for one week, which was not good enough. We did put some clothes in the kitchen cupboards, which is not ideal. There was a lack of kitchen equipment, such as no microwave dishes. Pans with no lids, apart from one small pan. No cullender or cheese grater. There was a washing machine, but nothing to put the washing on either inside or out. There was a very small table which was unsuitable for eating your breakfast on because You're knees wouldn't fit underneath. The cushions on the sofa smelt badly of urine. ( Maybe from dogs) This holiday let needs to be inspected, as whoever gave it four stars has not checked it out. We have been to hundreds of self catering accommodation and this rates in our bottom ten."