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Kathryn - verified booking
"We were really looking forward to our stay at Liam cottage, situated at Rosecraddoc Manor & would have loved to have given it a glowing review. It has to be said that the grounds at Rosecraddoc Manor are lovely and appear to be well maintained. The cottage itself also seemed lovely on the surface. However, inside it was noticeably cold, especially in the bedroom, even though the weather was mild. Once we had been there a couple of days, we noticed a horrible musty smell in the bedroom which seemed to permeate through the whole room. It was especially bad for some reason in the drawers next to the bed. There were no obvious signs of damp or mould on the walls in the bedroom so I can only surmise that the room is not heated and aired on a regular enough basis. Also the duvet is in very poor condition, in fact I have thrown better away! In the living room, there is damp on the wall under the small window next to the fireplace. The sofa definitely needs replacing with something that can actually be used comfortably! It was extremely low and very hard. You could feel the frame through the cushions. After two nights of trying to get comfy on it I gave up and used the chair instead as I was starting to get really bad backache. Some of the kitchen equipment also needs replacing. The kettle sounded as if it was about to explode every time it was used, there was only one tiny frying pan which isn’t much use when cooking breakfast, even for two people. The cups were also very small and the dinner set was hopelessly inadequate. The bowls were tiny and the plates were more like side plates than dinner plates. There were only two placemats provided so there was nothing to put hot side dishes on to protect the dining table. We had to use a folded tea towel and the coasters. The property description stated that towels were provided. Luckily, we took our own towels, as the provided towels amounted to one hand and one bath towel each for the week. We only went to the pub on one night. We had a nice meal and a couple of drinks & Steve seemed friendly enough.When we arrived there was a letter with the meter reading on it & information that the meter would be read again on the day of departure between 8.30 and 9.30. As we had a long distance to travel we made sure we were ready to leave by 8.30. We knew that Steve was around as my husband saw him at 7.30 when he went to put out the rubbish. In fact he was a little annoyed that he had wished Steve good morning as he passed with his dogs, but was totally blanked by him, something which we both find quite rude! We waited & waited until 10.00am & there was still no sign of anyone coming to read the meter. We’d calculated that we owed £7 for the electricity. We only had either a £20 note & some loose change, which came to about 60p less than we owed. At this point we left a note to say we couldn’t wait any longer and that we’d left the loose change & to contact us if they wanted us to settle the difference. As we were leaving, Steve passed us in his van and again, didn’t acknowledge us.Rosecraddoc Manor has some very good aspects to it & some of the points I have raised in this review may seem a little picky, but the issues with the accommodation need to be addressed if the owners want to advertise it as four star luxury, which in my opinion, it most certainly is not at the moment! Would I return? A definite no for all the above reasons."
Julie - verified booking
"It was our 2nd visit to Fanolas barn and as a family of 4 with 2 children the layout of the place was perfect for us again and the fact we like to travel to different places it works well for us and the bedroom with the bigger bed has a lovely comfortable bed which is perfect for me but there were a few little issues this time unfortunately. One was having no internet at all and not being able to access Netflix which was quite difficult when you have a 7 year old and a 4 year old and it is raining for a few days so you can’t go far because the weather is horrible. We did speak to Claire about it towards the end of our stay and she told us unfortunately it is rural there and a lot of people were using the internet at the same time. Maybe this is the case but I feel it should be mentioned in the holiday details so one is able to prepare for this. The other issue I had was the shower it works from a mixer tap and at times the water flow kept changing it would suddenly go very slow and the water would be scolding hot the next the water would gust in so the water temperature would go back to normal so because of this I didn’t attempt to shower the boys as I didn’t want them to get scolded. The other 2 issues are minor but I feel they should be mentioned I requested in my order that I wanted the twin beds zip locked so my 4 year old didn’t fall out of bed unfortunately they weren’t and they were made up as twin beds so we made do and managed to put them together the best we could which was fine. The other thing was the tv remote control was very unpredictable. These last 2 issues with the beds and the tv remote were mentioned in the guest book by the previous bad guest as well but Claire wrote on the guest book near their entry saying they hadn’t requested beds to be zip locked and they should have if that is what they wanted and that the tv control is fine but in our case the same happened to us so maybe there is lack of communication regarding getting these twin beds zip locked. Claire is lovely and if you want her she will be there no problem but I personally don’t like complaining I just prefer to manage but we did mention the internet as it was becoming very annoying and causing us all problems but the other problems we did not mention. On arrival Claire seemed quite annoyed about the previous bad guest she had had and stated that the boys were not to draw on the walls which is fine because I wouldn’t allow it but it did make me feel stressed the whole holiday that the boys didn’t touch anything because I didn’t want to leave it like previous guest. I didn’t personally want to say about the beds and the tv remote to her but I feel you should be aware of it for future guest. Otherwise it is a lovely place to stay and I would go back again."
SM - verified booking
"We stayed at Jennings Cottage in August, but unfortunately the weather wasn't great and this impacted our stay somewhat. There are no pubs/shops or indoor activities nearby, so if you don't like the rain, you may be stumped for things to do. On the plus side, when it wasn't raining we were able to take the dog around Tamar lakes for a beautiful, picturesque walk. We'd have loved to have been able to sit out in the spacious garden of this property and enjoy the views across the countryside but we were unable to do so because of the grotesque amount of rain we endured during this stay (not the owners' fault, we know!).Being stuck indoors meant that a few of the cottage's little quirks did annoy us, however. The property would benefit from a tumble dryer as we had nowhere sensible to dry our clothes (due to the weather). Also, there's no dishwasher at this property and not even a drainer for your dishes. The kitchen could do with replacing altogether due to musty smells inside the cupboards and if you don't like spiders, you may want to bring a handheld vacuum along.The double bed was comfy but the wardrobes and drawers did leave our clothes smelling funny. My 8yrold daughter did mention about the bed on the landing being high up and only a railing being between her and the downstairs area (the small bedroom was too full of spiders for her). The owners were very friendly and provided a lovely hamper on arrival, including some delightful cake, and were only too happy to recommend things to do and see in the area. It is just unfortunate we endured such bad weather. This property would greatly benefit from some modernisation but I'd recommend it for couples wanting to explore local beaches/dog walks and some utterly lush countryside over a long weekend."
Claire - verified booking
"We have visited Cornwall many times over the years and found Lavender Cottage to be by far the best cottage we have stayed in. A warm welcome by Jayne with a scrumptious tea and cake upon arrival.; the perfect start to a holiday. Perfectly equipped for cosy days in with the log burner and an ideal location for visiting the many beautiful gardens and beaches Cornwall has to offer. The newly installed over bath shower was wonderful and a great addition to the cottage. The lavender pillow spray and comfortable beds ensured we were fresh and ready for the day. We were delighted to discover the broadband was faster than at home we even managed to get our shopping delivered. A real hidden gem we will definitely be returning and highly recommend Lavender Cottage to others."
Karen - verified booking
"What a wonderful little cottage! This 18th century converted smithy has all the comforts of home and is a short walk to the Tamarr lakes where you can take part in water sports, or just go for a picturesque walk. Karen and Gary were lovely hosts, very helpful and the welcome basket with homemade lemon drizzle cake was a very welcome treat after a long drive. Our dog was spoilt for choice with the amount of beautiful and accessible walks in the area. Bude town centre is only a 20 minute drive from the cottage with a large beach, many local shops and a large supermarket. Also nearby is Boscastle and excellent cream teas in Boscastle Farm Shop cafe. Would highly recommend Jennings cottage as a base for a holiday in Cornwall. We certainly hope to return."