Holiday Cottages In Pas De Calais To Rent
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Pas De Calais cottages
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Marion - verified booking
"I was under the impression that the house was surrounded by its own grounds and was disappointed that all the garden was to the front and that there were houses close by and a road to the rear; the lake was a duck pond and the grounds were very unkempt; the lack of sun loungers was disappointing. I think the description of the grounds should be much more honest. Although the house is characterful it is very run down and most of the furniture is uncomfortable and past its best, although the bed my husband and I slept in was fine some of the other beds were well below par. The most comfortable furniture is in the upstairs lounge, whereas it would be better downstairs as that’s where we spent most of our time in the house, and wouldn’t have used the upstairs room had it not been for the World Cup on tv. The decor, once one gets past the initial impactfulness, is not very welcoming and many of the artefacts are ugly - far too much emphasis on army paraphernalia - giving the house a hostile, museum-like feel (especially the modern army photos in the downstairs w.c. - very much out of place, I thought, in a holiday rental. However, all this was reflected in the cost and so it seems wrong to complain, but after a week I was pleased to leave as I found the house oppressive and shabby and none too clean. The toilet in one of the en-suites had a towel rolled up behind it to, we think, prevent leaks - unhygienic we thought. The showers were poor, too."
Jan - verified booking
"Although we had a lovely holiday, the accomodation was disappointing. Cleanliness was not up to scratch, lots of dust, dirty cutlery and cooking pans.The veranda chairs were very uncomfortable, so much so that I went out and bought large cushions so that we could enjoy the outside. Bed linens need updating, as do the towels, which were like sandpaper. In the lounge you could not sit comfortably and watch TV, due to the arrangement of the furniture. Whilst I watch very little TV when on holiday it is nice to have the option. The upstairs bedroom has no furniture, apart from the bed, no bedside light you can read by. There are lights in recesses either side of the bed but they are not practical. The kitchen equipment is sparse, the kettle and the toaster difficult to keep switched on and need replacing. For the cost of this rental I felt really let down. I stayed in a property in Norfolk in April and it was wonderful....chalk and cheese. I expect properties booked through the same company, would have the same standards whatever country they were in."
John - verified booking
"Image of flowered streets not of the village.Cottage is tiny.Internal pictures deceptive.Fuel costs ridiculous for electric fire and gas hob .This needs to be included in costs so comparisons be made. Also tourist tax should be explained why towns in same area do not charge yet in Ligny you do.For what? It is not a tourist village.These charges add around 25% to the advertised price and must be made in cash with no receipt.No local amenities whatsover, not even bread or fuel.We knew that before from reviews and guess we thought it was not a deal breaker, it makes a difference.Maybe a daily bread,milk and eggs service be option on costs.Sleep not possible because of dogs barking all night.This is of no fault of the owners but non the less real their neighbours lock dogs in garden overnight.We like to sleep at night and had we known we would not have chosen this cottage. We paid the going rate for cottage and had a less than restful breakOwners are helpful and nice but you are stuck with the problems once you are there."
Elizabeth - verified booking
"Annie our host was lovely, very welcoming and friendly. The house and garden are simply divine! The house is big and well furnished and homely. The garden is huge and a delight for all of us. Our Grandchildren loved the well equipt play room and enjoyed the space and freedom of the garden and wooded areas.Our only complaint was the level of cleanliness in the kitchen and play room which we pointed out to Annie on our departure and she promised to rectify for the next guests. It is a big house, however she charges for cleaning separately so really the house should be spotless and she agreed.Overall we will be back it is a lovely house, don't be put off by my comments above it really is worth staying here and the village is lovely with 2 artisan bakeries to die for."
Robin - verified booking
"My wife and I were as new to grandparenthood as our children were to being parents - 10 of us came, including 9-month-old twins and a 9-week-old baby. We all had reasons for needing a good break - and we each fulfilled the need. We made friends in the small town of Hesdin, including a restaurant proprietor who cooked us and delivered a wonderful set of meals. We relaxed in the grounds of the lovely chateau, we travelled to the seaside and ate well, and we picnicked and walked in local forests. We cooked some splendid meals with ingredients bought from a great market. We stayed up too late watching DVDs supplied for our use, but still managed the early morning rise and walk (a group run, even) to the boulangerie for breads, buttery croissants and great pastries."