Holiday Cottages In Offerton Park To Rent
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Kerry - verified booking
"We have just spent a week here, the cottage is in a lovely location and some of it is really nice but overall we found the cottage to be far below the rating given. As mentioned in the details there should be a welcome pack - it was a half full 2 pint milk container, a few tea and coffee samples, half a bag of flour, bottle of vinegar and McDonald's salt and pepper sachets, very poor to say the least. Reasons for this poor review, firstly the finishing off details, like filling in gaps, where in places insulation can be seen (bathroom ceiling), several doors scrape on the floor, the cloakroom downstairs is all but impossible to shut as the door is so tight. Simple things like this spoil the whole thing, the conservatory doors need adjusting badly and the gaps underneath the internal conservatory doors is very draughty. We wanted to use the underfloor heating but found this had either been disabled or did not work, as my husband is in the building trade he has a good knowledge of most things and came to the conclusion that some parts of this cottage were unsafe ie. gaps on the staircase, the electricity box is not to standard - has it even passed the tests required? and no extractor fans would not pass building regs. Also the utility room was a joke, a stone building with no glass in the window, full of building stuff and rubbish etc, and a washing machine lurking in there. The ensuite wet room was potentially a health hazard as the pump does not take the water away and always leaves a puddle of stagnant water, germs are potentially breeding in it - not something I would want to use. The floors had not been cleaned properly, dirt, dust and cobwebs in all corners and skirting boards were grubby too. I was not happy that the 2 zip double beds were not there, just the one, the details should be updated.Overall the owner seems to make very poor and invalid excuses for each poor review - it's a joke."
Beverley and Carl - verified booking
"This was a lovely cottage but if I had known the following I would have booked somewhere else. Just not a good fit for me.cottage approx 100 yards from the road. Not a problem if you know, but carrying bags through two door way and narrow passway up approx six step and across the court yard before you get to the cottages front door is tricky. wifi is poor throws you off every few minutes.Was told on our arrival that a delivery of logs should be that evening or so, but never arrived during our stay (1week later)Thank goodness was warm enough. All Though there was central heating if needed.On our stay very warm under the duvet , no sheet to be found in property. Mugs was either metal or thick pot ones, no nice ones.When booking we requested a stair gate on arrival, the gate was under the bed. Owner couldn't fit it as it was to large for opening. Was left with a wire divider, that the dogs could jump over or knock down as unable to secure.Garden was enclosed but shared, I should have investigated this more as it was shared with owners three dogs. Questionable if the court yard was big enough for five dogs. The owner also just allowed her dogs into the yard with ours without checking if ours were ok with other dogs, this could have ended badly. Also had to keep checking the gate to yard was closed before I could let the dogs into court yard, owner kept leaving gates open and my dogs could get into the pub cellar. At one side of cottage is a childrens nursery so between 9-5 lots of noisy children There was some nice touches in the cottage, chocolate at bed side, fresh orange juice and milk in fridge plus other little goodies like this. Location good for local walking."
Jackie - verified booking
"Had a wonderful time at S16591 and found the house keeper most helpful. The house is obviously old and a little scruffy around the edges but the sitting room and dining room are very impressive and the bedrooms are lovely. But do note, two or three are joined, therefore you have to walk through one bed room to get to the other, (we were a party of 17 adults and 6 children so this wasn't a problem at all ) The bathrooms i.e. showers need updating (towel rails or hooks would also help) but we had plenty of hot water, (we ALL had to get ready for an early morning wedding so we did put it to the test)! As others have mentioned the kitchen is small for the size of the house and definitely needs some TLC. I arranged with the Lantern Pike to provide all our main meals, that was a supper for the Friday we arrived, a sit down Wedding Breakfast and a light meal that evening. Therefore we only had to organise breakfast for ourselves and as we were sadly leaving Sunday, we went across and had a cooked breakfast at the Lantern Pike. I can't recommend enough, the Chef (Chris) at the Lantern Pike. All the meals he prepared were superb, he and his team (Leanne, Meggan and Rachel, I think) came over, got everything ready, served and clear everything away. Amazing value for money and an asset to Park Hall .... which in turn means the kitchen doesn't become an issue for you. So in all a lovely place to stay and I certainly do recommend. P.S. If I may make a suggestion it would be great if toilet rolls could be provided for the duration of ones stay and also a small fresh hand soap in each bathroom. Plus a check that the windows can all open."
Ian - verified booking
"My wife and her parents had the cottage in early October, we took 2 dogs, the cottage location was ideal for exploring the region and the canal towpath and local walks were ideal for doggy exercise. 2 local pubs were close and we were generally made to feel very welcome. There's a good Fish and chip shop very nearby and Tesco is a short drive away and a Aldi and Morrisons not much further away.Chris the owner was very friendly and welcoming and the coal fire burning away when we arrived was a nice touch also the welcome pack of biscuits, chocolate and milk. The cottage itself was comfortable and cosy on an evening with a nice little garden to sit out in when the weather was nice. Equipment wise it had nearly everything needed although a slow cooker might be a good addition especially during the winter months (we took our own) also a extra chopping board but all in all it was OK for a weeks stay.Would definitely stay there again if we were to visit the area again."
Cathy - verified booking
"S16589 has wonderful views over the valley and is no doubt an excellent place to stay if you enjoy hiking and walking. It was clean and cosy and the bed was extremely comfortable. There was plenty of equipment in the kitchen for a short stay and the owner had left milk and bread with a small pot of strawberry jam for us upon arrival (Thank you!). There were some issues with damp on the walls, however the house was kept warm with the heating coming on regularly and there was an open fire to use. My reason for deciding not to return is based on the fact that access to the cottage is extremely difficult. If you walk up to the cottage, it is a very steep hill and if you drive up to the cottage, you are not guaranteed a parking place and you can only back down to the main road. The road itself is not tarmaced and is rough, pot holed and difficult to drive on and more difficult to reverse down."