Holiday Cottages In North Sunderland To Rent
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Elizabeth - verified booking
"Very good were the view, the swimming pool, cleanliness, hot water and it was spacious (we were 2 not 4). BUT, in contrast, for the money as a place billed as furnished to a high standard and fairly upmarket it did not meet expectations. Apart from the curtains the furniture was rather dismal and the lounge seating was obviously worn out hence covered in horrid beige "candlewick bedspreads" which slide about and are impossible to keep tidy. We regularly stay in rented property and have never been to a place where there is no welcome folder with local information, emergency phone numbers, points of local interest, walks etc or a local OS map. Simply a reminder for the extra money which we fail to understand - why having paid a lot of money one should need to pay extra on arrival for outside lighting remains a sore mystery. And why are towels not provided as they are in most places now. There were no "niceties" - very often there is a cake, a fresh loaf, a small packet of biscuits, a vase of flowers - some gesture to make it feel like a welcome home. There was no toilet cleaner or soap, the toilet seat in the bathroom is loose and the lid will not stay up for male use. There were only 4 teaspoons one of which was bent and the frying pan handle is loose. The storage heaters work but are very inflexible -it takes nearly 2 days for one to become hot or cool down - and the rusty bathroom one and the cloakroom one did not work at all so airing towels is a bind. We were surprised there was no Wifi - this should surely have been mentioned in the brochure. There wasn't at least one spare rubbish bin liner, and certainly nothing like foil or cling film. The bulb of the light over the sink had gone and there were no spare bulbs at all in the place. All in all we thought it vastly over rated and though we enjoyed our week it certainly wasn't because of the accommodation but in spite of it. If it were our property we would be ashamed to let it as described."
Martin - verified booking
"The cottage is dated, damp, worn and lacking in homely touches and modern facilities. Both the bathrooms had peeling wallpaper and mouldy grouting/silicone with locks that didn't locate; the living room furniture all showed signs of staining with worn arms (hidden by arm-covers); the plumbing made a horrific noise with a dangerously high hot water temperature, the taps over the sink in the bathroom were amusing - only 'just' managing to fill the sink as opposed to flooding the surround as they were too small for the sink; the kitchen window had a broken latch and often blew open; whilst seemingly well-appointed many of the items in the cupboards would not be used during a short self-catering break - eg gravy boat and cake tins whereas baking trays for pizzas would have been very useful! Having stayed at a bright modern apartment (in a Victorian house) in York on our way up to Seahouses arriving at Farne Haven was in stark comparison; simple things like shelves for toiletries in the bathroom and towel rails/hanging - especially bearing in mind the swimming pool and extra soggy towels this produced; the fold-out rail provided looked like it was 25yrs old - wonky with cracked and peeling plastic which would be so simple to rectify. The pool was very nice and thoroughly enjoyed by the kids, but again let down by broken showers perhaps brought to prominence by overbearing warning signs (if so dangerous why not just cap off?)The complex is in a great location with superb views and deserves to be brought up to a modern standard. I'm assuming the large 'For Sale' signs on the side of the building show the level of interest and investment that the owners are willing to give the property."
GRAEME - verified booking
"Close location to shops although only supermarket is a Coop 'express'. No outside seating area to the house. Parking is difficult although the issue of parking was mentioned in the booking. Arrived late Fri night and over weekend found the hot water to sink not working, shower head poor, shower leaked on floor, battery dead in smoke alarm. Phoned agent Monday morning and all fixed by Monday evening. Wednesday night lost lights in toilet then all lights. Electrician explained main switch on distribution board u/s and will need new board. We managed to get lights back then had issues with TV on Thursday just as England were playing. Issues marred holiday as we were working with agent and did not make for relaxing holiday. Home is very nice and would recommend if not for issues we had. They have a dishwasher for a party of possibly 3 people. We were a party of 2 and did not use it. May have made more sense to have a washing m/c but then this is just choice. Area is nice but almost opposite pub therefore lots of noise late into night, okay if this does not bother you. Area great for lots of walking and historic building, which we did a lot of both. Recommend a day at Cragside, brilliant grounds and house - National Trust."
Malcolm - verified booking
"Overall rating - Offset by poor access to front via unmade-up road (car parking) and private courtyard to the rear (used for all manner of things including kicking football against rear wall/window whilst in residence.Comfort and equipment - poor bedding not fitting bed, Cracked/chipped cups, new egg cups not washed before use as instructed on base and nothing obvious in which to boil the eggs (Used tin foil tray in the end). Would seriously query lack of pots and pans.Location - Seahouses is brilliant as a base but the location of the cottage is let down by its access and lack of suitable parking for neighbouring properties: the owners suggesting driving round the block to gain better access - completely blocked with parked cars on one occasion.Cleanliness - Nice and cleanLocal Amenities - Most things catered for in terms of shops. So many places to visit plus a variety of boat trips. Only drawback for us being National Trust's aversion to non-assistance dogs.Value for money - difficult to quantify without knowing what else is available and at what price."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"The cottage's decor is very dated and needs an upgrade. We didn't like the hostile notices stuck up all over the place telling us not to do this and not to do that! Of all the cottages we've stayed in over the years, this is the first one where there wasn't a welcome pack, not even a small bottle of milk or a few tea bags was available on arrival. When we've stayed in Cornwall/Devon scones, jam, cream and a bottle of wine/cider was provided along with tea/coffee, milk so the customer relations for this cottage needs some work!We were also unsure what the extra money we had to leave on the table was for as we didn't use the pool and you would expect the lighting in the car park to be included.We were also absolutely astonished that there was no WiFi as it hadn't occurred to us that there wouldn't be!The only good thing was the view from the lounge over the harbour and the cottage's close location to the village."