Holiday Cottages In The North West To Rent
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The jewel in the North West crown, the Lake District has visitors flocking every year to soak up some of that northern goodness, be it lounging lakeside with a melting honeycomb ice cream or stood proudly at the top of Scafell Pike. The region also boasts lovely Lancashire, home to the rural city of Lancaster, the imposingly beautiful Ashton Memorial and gorgeous canal-side scenes. Fancy something a little less country? There’s the bright delights of Manchester and Liverpool, where a superb cocktail and splash of urban excitement is never hard to find.
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Splendid Bretby Lodge
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Splendid Bretby Lodge
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Inviting Findern Lodge
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In The North West To Rent.
Kate - verified booking
"I have been to many log cabins before and although the S112354at weston Wood lodges was the most expensive I have been to, (£700 for the week) it was also the most underwhelming! Ill start with a slight positive, the reception staff over the phone were very friendly and kind, allowing us to arrive slightly earlier to check in as the cabin was ready, although we was waiting 45 mins for receptionist to arrive back on site to actually check us in. Once we arrived at our cabin, we walked straight into a dark kitchen, although it was clean and tidy, already we had the impression that this cabin would be less luxury and more standard. Through to the main part of the cabin, with its woodchip walls and 80s style internal doors, the positive being the sofas were luckily very comfortable and the curtains were much more fashionable, the dining room table was so light and cheap looking and 1 of the double glazed windows only had 1 panel of glass and the frame being bodge job fixed with plastic covering the gap, this caused serious condensation on the window throughout the week. The bathroom had a shower cubicle, (again quite dated although a nice shower head) toilet, sink and very wonky blind. The bedrooms were basic but with comfy beds, good storage and cream carpets, we later found when moving the bed to create some space for our travel cot, there was a few spots of black mould behind the bed, 1 bit quite close to where our head would be. There was plenty of towels, toilet roll, plates and bowls but limited cutlery, cleaning equipment (no hoover, brush or even dustpan, 2 black bin bags to last the week etc) and glasses, we ended up going out to buy more as not enough for our party of 5 adults and 3 kids(2 toddlers). The cabin had a dishwasher although after day 1 we realised it would be much easier to hand wash as the dishwasher hardly cleaned the dishes we put in. The TV was also on the blink most of the week, only showing certain channels without any flashing. The boiler was set to come on at 9am and turn off at 10pm, a note was on the boiler cupboard door stating we could not touch the boiler, so with 2 toddlers up at 6am,it was quite cold until the electric fire had chance to warm the room. Then the deposit... £100 on arrival, returned the day you leave by bank transfer, not a problem but still chasing this payment 2 weeks later , however there were numerous signs around the cabin stating reasons you could risk loosing your deposit if you didn't comply, my understanding is a deposit is for incase of loss or damage, not if noise persists after 11pm or you open the cupboard door to the boiler... The hot tub was lovely and warm by day 2 and was a nice addition to the cabin. The site was tidy and well maintained with a nice large grass area and the few staff you saw across site seemed friendly. Good location for day trips or pub afternoons. All in all I wouldn't go back and wouldn't recommend for the price we paid but our holiday was what we made it, the cabin was generally clean and furniture comfy (other than the table & chairs) it just lacked the lovely luxury you would expect"
Vicky - verified booking
"We have previously stayed at swainswood park near by and thought we would try Ashby Woulds Lodges as there seemed to be more facilities and newer bigger lodges. We payed a lot more money to stay at Ashby Woulds Lodges and we wouldn’t say the higher price is justified. The only difference really is a slightly bigger lodge and sky Tv but the lodge was nearly twice as expensive. There was an iPod docking station but couldn’t be used as it was the of apple docking port which were unaware of. The lodge wasn’t really well kept there was a hole in the wall, pieces of trim missing, stained towels, mould in bathroom due to extractor not working, marks on bedding etc although it was clean. The kitchen and bathrooms were fully equipped. The hot tub wasn’t private at all, you could be seen from every angle, even from the front of the lodge where people are passing which resulted in it hardly being used. It also didn’t bubble much and you couldn’t really change the settings much on it. The man came to check on it in the middle of the afternoon every day too so you were also wary of using it until he had been. We didn’t have much dealing with the staff, we checked in late due to traffic so they took our deposit over the phone and said the cabin would be open and that’s the last we heard. The office was closed for two Days over new year. Over all we don’t think it is worth the money although we did enjoy our stay. Definitely needs updating, unless there is a cheap deal we won’t be stopping here again."
Natalie - verified booking
"I was looking forward to going somewhere not to far away but when we got there the staff mainly the manger was talking to me like I just entered the army, ‘do I make myself clear’ ‘do you understand’ in a controlled sturn manner I thought she was going to ask to drop and give her 20 at one point!! the manger wasn’t very nice if I didn’t answer a question quick enough I got ‘well?’ ‘Yes? No? Yes? No?’ ‘You going to answer?’ asked me to fill form out as I was I could hear them slagging about other staff I felt awkward and was embarrassed, the lodge wasn’t the greatest it was all stone floor and was quite cold no rugs or anything and they don’t have the basics eg cheese grater, and others, gardeners are always around you feel like you can’t go in the hot tub in the day because he will jump out of nowhere, a man checks the hot tub daily too but he comes round whenever he want, so no set time so again you can’t really go in the hot tub in the day just in case he hasn’t been round, plus sometimes he check it twice other once a day sooo messed up andfor some reason they empty the hot tub every time someone had been (isn’t that what the chemical are for) so it didn’t heat up for a day so that was wasted that day was. not very happy over all NEVER COMING BACK!!! AND I WOULDNT RECOMMEND IT!!!!"
Emma - verified booking
"Villa was great! Very tidy, comfortable beds and nice decking space to socialise and use the hot tub.Only a couple of things that I would advise if you are booking - Unless you have a old iPhone you can not connect to the speakers in the villa for music although it does have a phono to phono connection so would be worth you make sure you have one handy to use. The onsite spa person didn't return any calls made to her to book appointments and we even complained to staff on site about this but because she was independent to the park there is little they can do. We would have liked to take the option of treatments but because of the lack of courtesy to return numerous calls and voicemails, this didn't happen.The hot tub and decking area isnt as private as what we expected from the pictures so you have to be very mindful of how loud you are being in order to not disturb people even in the day time. Would be nice to have some bamboo fencing just to give a more enclosed and private feel to the decking area.Overall its a great break to just disconnect from the world in lovely surroundings."
Charlotte - verified booking
"Lodge overall was very nice, fully quipped kitchen to cook a good meal (we did have to wash everything first as there was a coating of oil on almost everything. Bedrooms small but comfy and showers were fantastic! A few things to moan about (I'm British, of course there is something to moan about!) we booked to stay in an 'executive plus' however I think we could of saved a bit of money as the only difference we could work out was the complimentary dressing gowns. The TV remote controls were so battered you couldn't see any buttons, there was no remote control for the free view box meaning we couldn't change channel, thankfully we took DVDs with us otherwise we could only watch ITV. The lights in the hot tub didnt work so at night it was very dark.Location was ok, about a mile walk from the local shop, a little bit further for a pub/chippy. Overall the lodge was nice, clean and had everything we needed, just a shame the TV let us down (we went away for a lazy weekend!) Oh and the sofa's were also quite uncomfortable!"