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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Childe Of Hale Cottage - 27896
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Kathryn - verified booking
"Our party of 12 friends stayed here for a long weekend in mid November and had such an amazing time. The house was ideal, with lots of living space so we didn't feel on top of each other at all. The house is very clean, is beautifully decorated and the furniture is all to a very high standard. The house was lovely and warm all the time. There is an enclosed patio area to the rear of the property which is flat so very safe and secure if you have children with you. The house is perfect for a large friends/family get-together.There are three double bedrooms and four twins. One twin is downstairs, with a separate shower room. The remaining bedrooms are on the first floor, one of the doubles has an en-suite shower room and another has a toilet. The family bathroom is huge with a shower and bath. The beds are really comfy and the bed linen was all really clean and good quality. We never struggled for hot water even though all three showers were running at the same time on the Saturday morning. The kitchen and dining area is very spacious and well equipped, we cooked a Sunday dinner for 10 adults and didn’t struggle for oven space or roasting tins and pans etc. There’s a large fridge-freezer and a dishwasher. The dining table seats 12 comfortably.The house is in a good quite location on the edge of the town and close to the seafront. We had a fabulous time and I’d definitely look to book again if we came back to the area!!!"
Michael - verified booking
"We enjoyed our stay here. Very good location etc. Very peaceful and rural setting, there are some small farm animals (Ducks, Chickens, oh and a Cockerel which serves as natures alarm clock - not an issue to us, but some will moan about it no doubt!)In fairness we both came to the conclusion the cottage received the minimum of attention to maintain the 4 stars. Can't comment on the owners as we never saw or heard from them, which we thought strange as they lived on site?When we arrived there was a broken vase on the living room table with a note from the previous occupant who had broken it which Made us wonder if anyone had actually cleaned in between stays, add to that every drawer in the bedroom had bits of screwed up receipt in them from other occupants shopping trips etc.All in all this is a good place to stay, it seemed a bit tired to us, but with a little bit of tlc it could be excellent.Midway between Southport and Ormskirk, and having good links to public transport in both towns, there is plenty to do, Liverpool is a 25 min train journey from Ormskirk, which has a free park and ride at the station, only £5 return, there is lots to do.Bottom line we enjoyed our stay, and would Tay again, but as the cottage is at the moment it wouldn't be our first choice."
Keith - verified booking
"As a group of middle aged to "getting on a bit" friends and neighbours, we rent properties like Sandfield once or twice a year in various locations around the country. We research and weigh all the pro's and con's of all the properties before we book, and we have always been very happy with our choices. With Sandfield, we found a unique mix of accommodation, location and entertainment. Sandfield is tastefully furnished and decorated to the highest order with high end fittings and equipment. The enormous lounge offers a great place for lazing or watching the superb TV, and the very large kitchen provided a table that comfortably seated twelve for delightful evening dinners and also served as a great place to play games or watch another TV. All the beds are reported as comfortable and bed linens and towels are of excellent quality, and the Bathrooms are very well appointed. We had four cars parked on the drive without a problem.Everyone said that they really, really enjoyed this break.But in respect of Sandfield itself, and we have rented some lovely properties over the years, we thought that Sandfield has an air of grandeur about it. Enjoy, we did!"
Kathy - verified booking
"If I needed to be in Hale for any reason in the future, I'd definitely stay here again. The owners live very near, and are absolutely lovely people. The house was very clean and tidy, and the garden is large, fully enclosed (great if you have a dog!) and lovely. As far as areas for improvement, I just have a few comments: 1. less perfumed spray throughout the house - it was overpowering - ESPECIALLY on the bed (I think the bedding was sprayed, and it was way too strong for me). 2. The house was lovely and warm, but the master bedroom is quite cold (not surprising for a 300 year old cottage!). I'd recommend having some extra heavy blankets available, rather than just the one, very thin one in the closet. Luckily, I wasn't using the 2nd bedroom, so I was able to use one of the duvets in that room on my bed. 3. Having a cafetiere available for people who like "real coffee" would be great. They're small, cheap, and would be a welcome addition. ;-)Other than those three, minor things, it was a truly lovely cottage and a good experience. Kudos to the owners!"
Alan - verified booking
"We wanted a base to explore Liverpool and do some family cycling (canals). The cottage has an ideal location (a tranquil village close to the airport) for walking and cycling. It is cosy, very well equipped and Julie & Simon were very welcoming (offering to store our bikes securely).Two of us are allergic to dogs so we were a little nervous that this might be a problem as animals are welcome in the cottage, but this was not an issue as the cottage was very clean.Lots of local birdlife/animal life at the cottage and on local walks (ponies of course, wrens, herons, bats, dragonflies, even a seal). It's proximity to the city allowed a blend of quiet village life and busy city action. We would happily return, a week was not long enough."