Holiday Cottages With Open Fires In Devon To Rent
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Mike - verified booking
"This is a lovely cottage amid rolling green hills and farmland so provides a great retreat. We wanted the quiet location and were happy to drive everywhere but if you want pubs or shops on the doorstep then you may find this cottage a little too remote. It's a large place for 2 people so plenty of room and the layout works really well. We have a 5 month old baby and she could sleep at the other end of the lounge without us disturbing her. The kitchen was really well equipped which isn't always the case with rental cottages and the general standard of decor, fixtures and fittings was excellent. The place was always warm with heated floors and thick curtains so the log fire was left unused despite it being very cold outside. Our only complaint was the wifi which has a really poor signal and there's unsurprisingly no 4G either. Once connected, it's very fast but the signal kept dropping out as it comes from the main house and has some very thick walls to penetrate. The hot water in the kitchen was also just a dribble and took 5 mins to run hot. We would still return though as the remote location is lovely and most attractions are around 30-40 mins away by car. If it weren't for our baby, we'd also have taken advantage of the lovely walks that start from the cottage so perfect for a walking based holiday."
Hugh - verified booking
"Beautiful location. Cottage had all we needed and the walled garden was just out of this world! So appreciated fresh vegetables on a daily basis. Staying early September, with no instructions on how to get the heaters in the property to work, the property was a little cold for my elderly parents. We did not seem to b3 able toget cold water out of the taps without running it for many minutes as I think the cold feed ran alongside the hot. This meant we had to put tap water in the fridge to get it to the required temperature.Lack of Internet was a real problem if you need to work and television reception was very poor.I would stay again tomorrow because the location was beautiful and a wonderful place to escape from the pressures of life in general. The vegetables in the walled garden were such an added bonus, any other problems in life just faded away!!"
Jo - verified booking
"An almost perfect stay at Acorn Cottage. The location was great as we were attending a wedding in Chudleigh; only 10 mins away. As well as being nearby to pubs and local amenities. The cottage itself was lovely and big, and provided near enough everything we needed. We did however need an iron and later found out it was located in the games room; this wasn’t noted anywhere. Also, the wifi was not working for any of us, this may be because the router is not in the property? But aside from this, we had a very enjoyable and comfortable stay (I slept like a baby, nice beds), we would recommend it and definitely return. Also the owner (who we did not actually see), was indeed very helpful over the phone!"
Chris - verified booking
"The Smithy is a small cottage but has everything you need for your stay. There are lots of extras provided, thick soft towels, hand and shower gels, there are extra heaters in all the rooms if you need them though the heating was adequate for us, there is even an electric blanket. The kitchen is very well equipped although small. We were greeted by the very friendly owners on arrival, with a cream tea and a huge bowl of flowers from their garden. The cottage is in a very quiet beautiful area, on a lane that leads onto the moor. The owners have a large beautiful garden that they encourage you to use. All in all a lovely warm comfortable cottage."
Richard - verified booking
"We LOVED this little cottage. It's not huge, but it's perfectly adequate for two people. It's in a quiet location, down a very narrow lane and only about 100 metres from the cattle grid onto the moor. It's very clean and neat and a really nice place to stay for a few days. Sally, (the owner), has really made an effort to provide everything you could possibly want. All the things you'd expect, like a hair drier, but many you'd never expect - lots of kitchen utensils I've never seen in a rental place before - even a vacuum bottle stop and pump for half full wine bottles! If we go back to West Devon, we'll definitely stay here again."