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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Broadoak.
- CityBoy50, September 2016 - verified booking
"Providing you follow the owner's directions and don't rely on SatNav, the cottage was easy to find. Parking is a short distance away from the entrance. It's an old farm cottage building, which has been tastefully decorated and furnished (in 2015, we think). There's nothing from Ikea here; instead you'll find Next, JosephJosept, John Lewis, etc. Spacious enough for two and, yes, it could be described as romantic. We would have preferred more choice over lighting in the combined sitting room and kitchen. With only wall lights and lights inside the top of the kichen cupboards (plus spotlight over the sink), it felt gloomy and over time, depressing. The small windows meant that there was little natural light; some recessed lighting in the ceiling would have made it much better. Very comfortable bed and an "okay" shower. We were not blown over by the strange sink, but it served its purpose. The "cottage garden" was principally an area of decking. Once we'd managed to turn off the water feature, we enjoyed the sound of the birds. Conveniently situated for visiting both the west and east coasts of Cornwall, we clocked up quite a few miles. Didn't manage to find a nearby sandy beach, but Looe and Newquay were not too far away. Would recommend to a friend only if the lighting and location had been better."
- michaelosborne1945, February 2016 - verified booking
"A well appointed, clean and comfortable property. There were 4 adults and two teenagers plus 2 dogs and we were delighted with the whole experience. Being a winter stay we needed the heating on and there was a fairly major problem when we arrived.as the boiler kept cutting out. However a quick call to the owner soon sorted this and we were up and running within 24 hours. Great service!! The location is very close to a number of beaches, which in the winter is great for dog walking. In the summer they must be great for children as they are very sandy and safe. The Eden Project is very close which was great as we did have a few days of poor weather. The only downside is that there is only one toilet. Sometimes this proved to be a little inconvenient. Parking on the driveway is very tight but there is plenty of on road parking so no real issues. Highly recommend this as we think the value for money is great. The other bonus is that it is near to St Austell which has all the shopping facilities within 10 minutes."
- 195margaret70, January 2015 - verified booking
"We liked the fact that we could easily walk into the town - but not the brief power cut we had on the first evening. It turned out that trees had come down in the storm. The Co-op, bakery, chemist, newsagent, bookshop and most of the antique shops were great and we also enjoyed the coffee shop. Of the places we visited, The Eden Project was our favourite and we spent all day there. We even found the lift this time! Mevagissey and Fowey were good places to visit, too, and we found that we could get into the harbour car park as it was out of season. Lowen Penty itself was comfortable, warm and very convenient to use. I especially liked the attractively furnished bedrooms and the friendly feel of the whole place. It feels like borrowing a home rather than renting a house!"
- Tralanad, March 2016 - verified booking
"This cottage was absolutely stunning! Bought as a Christmas gift from my husband I immediately looked at the pictures online and the were beautiful but when we arrived I was astounded by its beauty inside and out. Such a wonderful location and the peace and quiet was just what we needed. The kitchen area was just outstanding and the polka dot crockery collection was fabulous! Going upstairs to our beautiful bedroom was thee most comfortable bed in the whole wide world and a lovely wood fire burner. Then came my favourite part of the cottage, the fabulous corner bath and a stunning sink, have never seen such a beautiful sink. Whether you use this cottage as a stop gap or a romantic retreat it certainly is worth a stay!!"
Mrs Brunt - verified booking
"The drive way to the property was an absolute night mare trying to get in and out of the drive resulted in our car being damaged at the front as it constantly scrapped the bottom of the drive there was a good 3 foot drop at the left side of the driveway which meant we had to get as close to the wall to avoid this. This was not mentioned in the details about the cottage whatsoever, You simply could not This resulted in us not going out at night time as it was bad enough during the day let alone trying it at night time. Also the security lights outside the property were not working. This was my Husbands 50th Birthday present and the drive way caused him a lot of stress getting in and out it kind of ruined our stay."