Holiday Cottages With Open Fires In Clanfield To Rent
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The Bull Pen - 17320
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Lorraine - verified booking
"That being said…. wow! This small site has just shot straight to the top of the list for a revisit. ***Before we begin –As at March 2018, do not use Google Maps to assess the property – it has been extensively renovated and this isn’t reflected in the satellite image***Let’s start with accessibility. Head south to Winchester on the A34, turn left, 20 minutes of countryside and you’re there. It doesn’t really get a lot simpler than that. As for the location; blimey, it’s gorgeous! Think atypical country village with pretty little church and cracking county pub. No streetlights, no pavements, hardly any people and, most importantly, no noise! The peace and quiet is almost deafening, punctuated infrequently by a passing Landrover or “squark” of local wildlife. What about the accommodation? Well, it’s been done well. Really well! When you come on these cottage holidays, you have to, at times, expect a level of “rustic charm”. Not here, while the outside is pure countryside, the inside is akin to a new build show home. Everything you want, everything you need, is right here already. The living area is comfortable; small but without being cramped. The bedroom is huge, and the bed is incredible… and bigger than my car! The bathroom is SO well finished and so impressive, that my wife is already starting to look at gutting our bathroom at home. All in all, this little cabin has been finished to an incredible standard and hasn’t missed a thing! Now, the most important part of the review – the Springer Spaniel perspective. Many places say “dog friendly”, by which they mean they’ll allow dogs. This place is different; they WELCOME dogs. You arrive to dog bowls and poo bags ready and waiting after the drive. The owner has acknowledged that most Spaniels can’t read and don’t care much for the “stay off the sofa” rules. The best owners in the world will turn their back occasionally, so they’ve got you covered and have provided throws to protect the furniture…just in case. The little garden area is secure enough, with a (at its lowest) waist high fence. Beyond the digs, the very pretty, disused railway is a 10 minute walk from the cabin (you’ll need a short lead as this is accessed by a fairly narrow road). The local pub accepts dogs and we all had a cracking meal in the bar one evening. Finally, the owner – Gill was friendly, warm and welcoming. You can see the love that’s been poured into this location everywhere you look. The walled garden was beautiful, and that’s in March. By the middle of summer, it’ll be exquisite. While you only see Gill very briefly here and there, she certainly adds a finishing touch to a brilliant place! What’s the conclusion then? Should I visit this place? Were you not reading what I wrote above? Of course you should! Take a really comfy hotel suite… plonk it in the Hampshire countryside…. Add your dogs… and you’ve got Garden Cottage."
Gareth - verified booking
"The location of the cottage is excellent, very tranquil and well off the beaten track. The hosts were welcoming and the information they gave about how everything worked when we arrived was comprehensive. I was slightly perplexed to be asked for cash for electricity (does anyone NOT want electricity?) and heating (Sunday was a lot cooler) which ought really to be factored-in to the price. The cottage was well-equipped and had everything one could reasonably need. The furniture was adequately comfortable if a little tired. The bed in the main bedroom, however, was very uncomfortable; the mattress is far too soft and the duvet synthetic and non-breathable. This resulted in very poor nights sleep for both me and my partner. I am 6’3” and large-framed, she is 5’3” and small-framed, so it wasn’t a weight issue - just a very cheap, poor mattress which is really hard to forgive at this price point. Despite its lovely location and an otherwise enjoyable long weekend we were glad to get home to our lovely firm mattress and soft cotton bedding for a decent night’s sleep because of this!"
David - verified booking
"We really enjoyed staying at the cottage in March 2018. It is a very warm and cosy cottage with a very efficient log fire, comfy beds, all mod cons, Sky TV etc, and is dog-friendly so they can come me too! The parking place is right outside the row of 3 cottages in total, in front of the garage. Compton is a very pretty South Downs village with a local pub that is not very pretty inside but does great food. There are numerous local rural walks starting right outside, but we ventured a bit further afield and visited Chichester, Arundel, Brighton, the beaches at the Witterings (East and West) and the Roman palace at Fishbourne, which is fascinating - be sure to take the behind-the-scenes tour if you can."
Stephen - verified booking
"A lovely town with picture postcard views, easy to get to Portsmouth and Chichester by bus or car. Down side is if you have two cars like we did with 6 adults the car park behind the house only allow parking for 4 hours during the day. 4 days we all used the bus service (bus passes) and the long term car park the other side of town which is cheap enough per day but you have to put a new ticket on daily before 8am every day. Cottage good for families with a nice large main bedroom but the two other bedrooms are a bit small for 6 adults. Kitchen, Lounge and dining room are a descent size. Beware though of the trip hazard into the kitchen area with a slight rise onto the kitchen floor tiles."
Anne - verified booking
"The Bull Pen is an extremely spacious and well equipped cottage. We didn't need the disabled facilities, but these are excellent for anyone who does. This is an excellent cottage for anyone looking for a break in the country. The village shop (yards from the cottage) is well supplied for all the essentials and has a lovely teashop in it as well. Supermarkets and towns are further away. We had a reception committee of a green woodpecker and saw a deer when walking in the woods at the back of the cottage as well as buzzards."