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Jean - verified booking
"S15692,(E5466). Rented this cottage 26-29 August with my 2 dogs.The owners are very friendly which is just as well as its in their garden just feet from their back door.The outlook for us wasn't great,looking straight onto an overflowing skip.The cottage is ample size for the 3 of us & the dogs.The fields at the back was great for the dogs.The cottage garden is quite sweet but the patio a bit of a hazard with massive broken slab.Also the garden isn't secure as there is a gap big enough for the dogs to escape through.Not really sure why the fence doesn't go right to the wall!!.The cottage itself is in need of a good clean.We had to hoover before we did anything,massive thick cobwebs all over the walls especially above the bed.The sofa bed has loads of stains on it and the dust when you pull out the bed yuk.The curtains are dirty & shabby,really thin and don't quite cover the whole of the widows and the one over th door is really ridiculous.The pole falls down every time you alter the curtain.The bedding is in dire need of replacing,really thin and cheep & the quilt cover was too small for the quilt.The pillows were horrendous and feather to boot.Not great for dust mite allergy sufferers like me.Both the main bed and sofa bed are really uncomfortable.Even the crockery is cheap and nasty.Everything feels sort of " make do and mend" really.As if they think "well it's only the holiday cottage,it'll do".Also we paid an extra £50 for the dogs but there is nothing for them at all,not even a mat for the bowls. You're even asked to make sure you clean up any dog hairs before you leave so not quite sure what the £50 was for.All in all quite expensive for 3 nights & 2 days.( you can't get in till 4 pm and have to be out be 10 am).Also it doesn't matter if you have insurance,if you get burgled you won't be covered.There is a second bedroom which you can't use as the owners us it as a junk room.It has French doors to the outside which aren't locked.So even if you lock both the doors you have access to, the property still isn't secure."
Gloria - verified booking
"A lovely cottage, in a stunning place, with beautiful views. A reasonably comfortable cottage, which is modern and spacious. There is only 2 things I would have to say regarding a negative feedback. The sofa/chairs were not too comfortable as the seating on the sofa kept sliding off (which is no good when you are restritcted with your movement due to arthritis etc) and the chairs were too hard/solid. The cleanliness was lacking a little, as the fridge was not clean in the bottom box, and the cuttlery pot & other items were a little dirty. I know this is not the owners who clean the property, but the cleaners job is to make sure everywhere/everything is cleaned each time the cottage is empty and having to get it ready for the next customer etc. One other thing I would like to mention (which is only a suggestion)is that there was no storage for your food items as not everyone would be eating out every day, so would ha ve their own food items. Also, there wasn't enough draw storage in the bedroom to putfor some of your clothing items which you cannot hang up. Other than these coupke of things, I would say that this cottage is a lovely place in a beautifulplace, with stunning views etc. The owner was lovely, pleasant and very friendly. Their is just one other thing I would suggest, and that is to leave some brewing items (including milk) so that your customers can at least have a brew as they arrive at the property. All other cottages we have stayed in over the years have all left brewing items along with a litlle snack to tie you over until you can get to the shops to buy things you require for your stay. I would recommend this cottage to others, as we did enjoy our stay here, and had a wonderful few days."
Didier - verified booking
"I really enjoyed my stay in this cottage. It's cosy, bijou, authentic and very well placed in the village center. The kitchen and bathroom are well fitted out. The main living room is pleasingly restored and furnished. The upstairs sleeping quarters are close but perfectly adequate. I would come again. It would suit walkers-sightseers / a couple of adults with young children or alternatively a couple friends. Three points i felt i should raise, none of which should hinder any potential bookings for now at least :1. The fridge/freezer looks like it's done a long service and seemed to me to now be struggling. Maybe the owner could check when they next visit.2. The grilling function in the oven didn't work (it's symbol has also been removed from the oven control knob, suggesting the owners already know this.) Not crucial but it meant on rainy afternoons, no cheese-on-toast or Croque-Monsieur currently on the menu at S15695. (Though there is a pop-up toaster on the counter.)3. Both the previous visitor and myself on two occasions experienced a failure of the rubbish to be collected when the bins/boxes were put out. This may be a mixture of an irregular pattern caused by periods the cottage is empty as well as cars constantly parking for very short duration directly outside the cottage pathway/gate as people pop into the village shop opposite there-by obscuring and blocking access to any bins/boxes placed on the pavement. Both these possibly leading to the rubbish-cart missing the pick-up. Whatever, it seems like something the owner needs to look into and perhaps alter instructions about street placement."
Janet - verified booking
"S69713 is a quaint cottage in the small and quiet village of Bladden near the church, burial place of Winston Churchill. Parking is on a narrow lane which does not leave much room for cars to park. The lounge is comfortable but due to a large tree outside there is not much daylight. The dining room is a pleasant, light and airy room. The kitchen is sufficiently equipped. Having a separate shower in the bathroom was useful as the bath was deep. We did experience a bad smell in the bathroom that got worse as the week went on, this was due to a problem with the drains, we contacted the owner who was very helpful and call someone out straight away, although the problem returned.The stairs are very steep, which we found difficult for getting up and down.The bedroom with the double bed was spacious and the bedding was clean, but the mattress had seen better days as the spring coils could be felt, so we had to use a spare duvet over the mattress so that we could sleep. The twin room was comfortable although there was not too much room to spare and again the mattresses did need replacing.Unfortunately throughout the cottage there were cobwebs otherwise it was clean.I was concerned that there was only one entrance to the property and the bathroom opened into the kitchen. There is a pub in the village otherwise it was a 10 minute drive to Woodstock for somewhere to eat and for shops.Overall the cottage ok although we felt it was slightly overpriced."
Rachel - verified booking
"It is a lovely location and we loved the livery yard and seeing the horses and people riding them. The apartment felt very private as all the windows were velux roof lights and yet it was really light and airy which was lovely and refreshing. It wasnt very clean however...in the kitchen the kettle was so full of limescale we often had to pull solid bits out of our teeth after drinking our tea. The toaster didnt work at first, when I looked into it to see why the slide wouldnt go down I found most of a scone in the bottom which had been there longenough to be solid, I had to fish it out and empty the crumb tray in order for the toaster to work. There were crumbs in the trays in the oven and the fridge was smelly and had marks on the shelf from the previous people. There were also no instructions for the oven which was very temprimental and didnt always heat up. Also the red light to indicate the electric hobs were on and hot didnt light up so after cooking on the hob there was nothing indicating that the hobs were extreemly hot. The toilet was full of limescale below the water line and there was a soapscum ring around the bath which left white floaty bits in the first bath of water we ran...its not very relaxing to have to clean the tub before you have a bath when you go on holiday."