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Holiday Cottages In Porth To Rent

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Porth is a small village in Wales, well suited to a relaxing break away from the hubbub of city life. On the banks of the Rhondda River, it offers a relaxing location for a break in a holiday cottage.

Visitors to Porth will find them right between the Welsh capital, Cardiff, and one of its best National Parks, the Brecon Beacons. Therefore, with a car, there are plenty of possibilities for enjoying some of the best things Wales has to offer from one place. If you want the best of both the great outdoors and city life but with the perks of staying somewhere quiet and peaceful, then Porth is the place for you.

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Holiday Cottages In Porth To Rent

More Porth Cottages

Porth is a small village in Wales, well suited to a relaxing break away from the hubbub of city life. On the banks of the Rhondda River, it offers a relaxing location for a break in a holiday cottage.

Visitors to Porth will find them right between the Welsh capital, Cardiff, and one of its best National Parks, the Brecon Beacons. Therefore, with a car, there are plenty of possibilities for enjoying some of the best things Wales has to offer from one place. If you want the best of both the great outdoors and city life but with the perks of staying somewhere quiet and peaceful, then Porth is the place for you.

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About Porth

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in porth to rent.

  1. - Mr Huxter, October 2018

    Verified purchase

    "The ceiling in the bedroom is very low moving about in the room needs to be accomplished very carefully if one doesn't want to keep banging one's head on it. The facilities and 'white goods' washing machine, cooker are of good quality. As mentioned. the property is quite small, there is a double bed upstairs, but because of the space available the 'luxury' of hanging clothes up in a wardrobe is not going to happen. We spent our stay basically living out of suitcases. The cottage does not have a garden but boasts a large (shared) driveway suitable for two vehicles. Immediately behind the property and adjacent to a playing field there is a secure area where dogs can be let off their leashes and have a short run. (poo bags at the ready!). Upon our arrival we found d that the TV was not working, whilst this was not a major problem for us, it would have been nice to have been appraised of this before we arrived. Enquiries made with a very helpful person Chloe, who I believe looks after the property cleaning, tidying up etc, advised that this was an ongoing problem and efforts were in hand to restore the service. Suffice to say 'normal service' was not resumed during our time there. The location of the property for visiting towns, landmarks and other locations is excellent, I have not visited Cornwall for many a year but found that a day out to assorted locations viz, The Lizard, Lands End (entrance fee £6!!) etc were usually no more than an hours drive away. The main roads are excellent, fast (70 mph) is many area's and carry light traffic, well most of the time anyway. Most of the places we visited were dog friendly, . Located a short walk from the Cottage is a local pub, The Farmers Arms this location is also very dog friendly and serves an excellent array of meals. Newquay is a well placed area to be based for being able to visit many other area's of Cornwall. As for Newquay itself, well we tried twice to get into the town and find a suitable parking place, they do exist of that I am sure, but finding them is another matter. There is so much yellow paint covering the roads that the carparks fill very quickly. Nevertheless we had a very enjoyable stay."
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  2. - Mr Stinson, April 2018

    Verified purchase

    "With regard to the cottage there were a few annoying things, not major but irritating. Primarily a lack of sink plug in the bathroom adjoining main bedroom which I occupied. There was no sink plug, necessitating me to fill a saucepan so that I could shave with wet razor every day. In the same bathroom I had an overflow from shower to floor because the drain hole had not been cleared and was clogged with hair which I had to clear. A minor iritation was lack of a soap dish anywhere so I had to lob the soap from shower to bowl after washing. There was a problem with the Wi-Fi code which is riddled with 1s,lower case i'sand I's and spent several minutes unseccessfully trying to logon. In the end had to t/p the housekeeper and write down the exact code, spelling out each symbol. She cheerfully told me that a lot of people had had the same problem. I suggest the code be recorded in written way such I, capital, I, Small, 1 number. There was a disappontment to find that the main hall where we went in the evening did not serve food until May and I may be wrong but I do not recall any advice on that score in the booking process. We had travelled a good while and were tired and hungry but had to drive off in strange surroundings to try to find an evening meal somewhere. All of the above said it is a lovely property in a super area, especially for dog owners, and I would rebook next year, especially if the modest problems were sorted out."
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  3. - Mr Stinson, April 2018

    Verified purchase

    "Primarily a lack of sink plug in the bathroom adjoining main bedroom which I occupied. There was no sink plug, necessitating me to fill a saucepan so that I could shave with wet razor every day. In the same bathroom I had an overflow from shower to floor because the drain hole had not been cleared and was clogged with hair which I had to clear. A minor iritation was lack of a soap dish anywhere so I had to lob the soap from shower to bowl after washing. There was a problem with the Wi-Fi code which is riddled with 1s,lower case i'sand I's and spent several minutes unseccessfully trying to logon. In the end had to t/p the housekeeper and write down the exact code, spelling out each symbol. She cheerfully told me that a lot of people had had the same problem. I suggest the code be recorded in written way such I, capital, I, Small, 1 number. There was a disappontment to find that the main hall where we went in the evening did not serve food until May and I may be wrong but I do not recall any advice on that score in the booking process. We had travelled a good while and were tired and hungry but had to drive off in strange surroundings to try to find an evening meal somewhere. All of the above said it is a lovely property in a super area, especially for dog owners, and I would rebook next year, especially if the modest problems were sorted out."
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  4. Mrs Bentick

    Verified purchase

    "A few mins walk from Lusty Glaze, and not far from Newquay town centre. The house itself was good for the week we were there. Having the open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area was really nice as it meant the family were together all the time. Rooms were fairly spacious. There were just a few things that could have been nicer. The double bed (not in the ensuite room) was quite small, my husbands feet were dangling over the edge! The house wasn't that clean when we went in, this was reported shortly after and we felt better after giving in a hoover ourselves. The grass definitely needed cutting as we had 2 dogs which made it hard to see where they may have messed, however, I appreciate that the lack of mowing may be due to weather conditions. The BBQ hadn't been cleaned in I don't know how long. So, the garden wasn't the best should we have decided to sit out there which we didn't for these reasons. There was also no washing line, so no where to hang anything. Saying all that though, we would actually return, it's just those few things that could have made the stay better."
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  5. Mr Hale

    Verified purchase

    "We were very disappointed after paying what we feel was quite high for 1 week stay. The reasons for disappointment include, lack of storage space so unable to unpack our clothes, no wardrobe or drawer facilities. The ceiling was too low on the mazanine and with myself being disabled I found getting in and out of bed very difficult. Outside the property there was old carpets and floor covering which had been discarded and very surprised as there is no privacy to the rear of the property. The kitchen tap was dripping all week even thought he owner was aware and was let down on a number of occasions when due to be fixed. (Plumber and owner had conflicting stories as to why it had taken so long). I have previously used Skye’s cottages along with my son and daughter in law and have been satisfied but feel very let down as i feel firstly misled in regards to the property and secondly to the overall standard of the property."
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