Holiday Cottages In Ratlinghope To Rent
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"We have stayed in nearly 20 cottages in the UK from Northumberland to Dorset. Without doubt the one in the most attractive & enjoyable setting is S41686 in Worcestershire near Tenbury Wells.S41686 is a three-bedroomed cottage surrounded by 7 acres of grounds. Occupants have free access to all that space including play areas, woodland, pond, tree house, a "bothy" (farm labourer's hut) and hammocks. There are four or five outdoor seating areas and a barbecue. There is a quirky, highly personal feel to the surroundings reflecting the labour of love that the property obviously is.Indoors, on the ground floor, the cottage features a well-equipped kitchen (including an Aga), six- seater dining area, a very comfortable living room and a comfortable double bedroom. There is a bathroom including a bath and separate shower. Upstairs there is a double bedroom, twin room and (tiny) toilet. Each room continues the individualistic theme of the entire site.S41686 cottage housed 5 people (and a terrier!) very comfortably and warmly. We were welcomed personally by the owner Eleanor with a smile and a welcome hamper including a delicious home-made cake.But the real emphasis-and the reason I would unhesitatingly recommend S41686, is the beautiful surroundings . Long Cottage is almost half a mile off any road. It is very isolated and commands a panoramic view of the beautiful local countryside. If you want hustle & bustle I suggest you look elsewhere! You are however within twenty-odd miles of Hereford, Worcester, Hay-on-Wye, Leominster and Ludlow. Tenbury Wells and Eastnor Castle are much nearer. Our party included two teenagers and within 15 miles drive we were able to take them to West Midlands Safari Park and the Time Machine Museum in nearby Bromyard. The ground floor bedroom was ideal for the 87 year old in the party.We were not blessed with good weather or we would have undoubtedly spent more time in the grounds. To prove how much we liked the place, we have already booked a return visit- less that a week after leaving! Do yourselves a favour- visit S41686 before it gets too famous. You won't regret it!"
Richard - verified booking
"Really enjoyed our stay last week. Shared the cottage with another family, 4 adults and three children in total. Plenty of room and comfortable. Village is v.quiet and nearest pub, the Nags head was a 5 minute drive on the way to Pontesbury which has a bakery, a co-op which is open 6am-10pm every day, two Chinese’s takeaways and a chip shop.Beds in cottage were comfortable, clean big bathrooms with instant hot water etc. Tv has free view which was a downgrade from sky, but more than adequate for the week. The owner Jayne who lives next door was very friendly as well as her dogs.The village is 5 miles from Shrewsbury which has the usual amenities, bowling, cinema and supermarkets. Also has a museum of local military history in the castle which was worth a visit.One hr south is Rhayader where the red kite feeding station is situated. Again worth a visit to see approx 300-400 wild red kites feeding 50 meters away and only £20 for a family of 4. Also managed a walk up Earls hill which has great views, but not an easy walk. The first few hundred meters were gravel tracks which soon became several hundred meters of very steep banks through the woods, but definitely worth the walk.Planned to go to Snowdon, but too far for children to walk and trains booked way in advance, so if this is on your agenda book in advance.Would We return, definitely. Plenty more to see and do that we could not manage in our week. A very beautiful part of the country which we would contemplate moving to."
Jeannette - verified booking
"This characterful property looks fantastic with its old wooden beams and quirky decorations (old sewing machine, skis and saddles). It has three double bedrooms (two of which use curtains to provide privacy from the communal areas) a large open plan living room/kitchen dinner, a log fire and two large bathrooms. There is plenty of outdoor space including a patio area with great views of the countryside. It was great for kids - they loved the space and the mezzanine bedroom.It is probably best used in warmer weather. Unfortunately we arrived on an unseasonally cold and snowy Easter Monday and the central heating was broken... the log fire wasn’t able to keep the large open plan space warm by itself. The owner did provide extra blankets and a heater and had the boiler fixed by breakfast the next day. However even with the heating on and using the log fire the temperature didn’t reach 20 degrees C. The property could benefit from one or two extra radiators if used in cold weather. Also a toaster and a couple of mirrors would have improved the comfort/usability of the cottage. S21471 is well located and easy to find. It is a rural property a mile or two from small towns with shops etc. It is about 1 hour from the coast, Powis Castle and other local sites. The countryside nearby was lovely and good for walking."
Megan - verified booking
"Just got back from a really lovely 5 days in the cottage. Melvin and Louise were such welcoming hosts and were only a phone call away. The cottage is very cosy and a good location to drive to all amenities (I'd highly recommend an afternoon tea at the vintage bay tea rooms in Welshpool, Climbing Snowdon, a visit to Zipworld and a day in PortMerion). Additionally Melvin was kind enough to give us a tour of the farm and see all the lambs which was a lovely touch. Everything you may need is provided including lots of wood for the log burners! The hot tub was a lovely touch however we only used it once as it took an awful long time to warm up and in the chilly march evenings we weren't brave enough to get outside! The only other thing missing through no fault of the owners is a nice country pub down the road. Would highly recommended this cottage and would love to return in the future! A big thank you for having us :)"
Lennie - verified booking
"An very beautiful and cozy little cottage in Mid Wales. We had an lovely stay here, spend almost every night in the out door hot tub. Very nice spending time in the hot tub and looking up towards the stars. Fully equipped kitchen. The bathroom was very tidy and nice. Only drawback was that the bath tube was quite small in height. Very friendly owners as well. The cottage was quite hard to find at first. We arrived at night time, so we drove up to the owners farm. But he told us the right way towards the cottage.At night when we slept the cottage made some cracking noises, but we got used to it. Otherwise it was a nice place. Just about 20 minutes drive to Welshpool where you had Morrisson, Tesco and other stores."