Holiday Cottages In Ridley To Rent
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Anthony - verified booking
"To say it was small is an understatement. The ride on mower in an adjoining barn had more room than we had in the lounge. The stairs were unbelievably steep and being disabled they were difficult to manage and it took great effort to get our suitcase up to bedroom. The dirt between the floorboards was, for us, unacceptable. The toilet, described as an eco toilet, from caravanning experience, was nothing more than an elaborate Elsan. To describe the experience of using this waterless toilet would put people of their breakfast. Not a place for us and we shall not be returning. The description on the holiday "cottage" was not entirely clear of the above points, and had I been more informed of the place, I would not have booked. The positives were the rather pleasant porch, and sitting out on a nice warm evening. Had there been inclement weather however, it would have been another experience, given the lounge area was so small. We departed the property on Sunday morning after just 15 hours. I'm sure this property is enjoyed by some, reading some reviews, but it's not for us for the reasons given I'm sorry to say."
Rachael - verified booking
"The cottage itself is quite nice but in need of a bit of TLC. The downstairs bathroom door was slightly warped and in need of planing, there was a water stain on the carpet in the downstairs bedroom and the shared outdoor gas bbq was filthy when we arrived. It was a hot weekend when we were there but there were no fans in the property and when you opened the door/windows the property was inundated with flies - a simple fly screen at the door would have helped. The upstairs bathroom smelt damp throughout our stay, despite opening windows to let some air in.Also, shared outdoor space is fine if your neighbours are friendly - ours were not. Their children prevented ours from playing on toys provided by the property, they hogged the pool and caused a confrontation over the booking system which they claimed not to understand. Perhaps if this had been managed by the owner rather than visitors it could have been prevented.It's a nice property, with plenty of space for youngsters to let off steam but it could be an outstanding property in time. The owner is lovely however, and incredibly helpful with her local knowledge."
Philip - verified booking
"The bungalow was well equipped and comfortable, although for me at 75 years old the sofa was a little low and a bit of a struggle to get out of! However there were cushions available to boost the sitting height and we enjoyed our stay at S26129 and would return.Not much in the way of leaflets for places to visit. Would recommend getting to the horse gallops at Newmarket around 7am then going into town for a full English breakfast around 9am! NT places worth a visit as is the Nene Valley Railway if you like steam trains, not open everyday. Cambridge itself disappointing, expensive to park. Go early to the Park and Ride our nearest was full by 11am. On a rainy day you should visit Duxford Museum especially if you are into aircraft."
Brian - verified booking
"S26129 offers good value for money, the bungalow is warm, well equipped and spotlessly clean. The owners were in contact in plenty of time ahead of our stay.The village of Teversham is very close to Cambridge however there is no public transport, no pub nor a shop so a car is needed (although the wonderful Tamarind curry house is just opposite). Alternatively if you are only looking to explore Cambridge itself then it is an easy cycle along the extensive cycle path network to the city and rail station.Our only criticism is that the beds are small and the mattresses old, worn and uncomfortable, sadly this really affected our sleep."
Jeremey - verified booking
"We really enjoyed staying at the cottage, it was nice and quirky, and had everything we needed. It was the first time we had taken our dog on holiday with us and the cottage proved to be ideal for all of us. The enclosed garden meant we didn't have to keep shutting doors to stop the dog escaping. Good central location for planning trips out and lots of local information and recommendations provided by the owners.Having the owners close was a real bonus for when we had questions. The only bad thing to say about our stay was; as real ale drinkers there were no pint glasses! 'But we coped' ;)"