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John - verified booking
"We have booked holiday lets in the West Country 1 or 2 times a year for the last 20 years, or so. So, we have a reasonably good idea of what to expect for the money we paid.As to this property:The space is good, as is the layout.Despite the comments on the kitchen below, it was fairly well equipped.Three small waste bins were full when we arrived. The one in the small bathroom was full of used tampons. Not pleasant!The light in the cooker hood was not working.The light over the mirror in the large bedroom was not working.Carrying rubbish sacks about 100 metres is not really something we expect to do on holiday. Normally that is something the cleaner would do. However, we did it as requested on the notice.There were no spare rubbish sacks for the large kitchen bin. It is not reasonable to expect one to last a week with four people. We had to go out and purchase more.There was only one dishwasher tablet, which we used in the dishwasher on the last day. (The dishwasher will need emptying by the cleaner - if he/she notices!)There was only a few drops of washing up liquid. We had to go out and purchase more.There is no washing machine. This is the first property we have hired that has not had one.There was no kitchen roll, but there was a holder.The clock in the kitchen was not working.There were lots of cobwebs in the lodge - mainly above head height, particularly all over the wall lights. In fact, generally the cleanliness was not very good.There is a branch of ivy growing through the wall to the left of the door. Strange as there was nothing on the outside.The extractor fan in the large bathroom was not working and the window was locked (no key found).The bedside lamp in the twin bedroom was faulty. For safety, we had to switch it on and off at the wall socket.There were two drawers under the mirror in the large bedroom that were full with someone else's clothes.There were no spare toilet rolls found.The sink plug un the large bathroom was faulty and you need to reach up under the sink in order to release it.The mattresses are hard and uncomfortable.Wi-Fi. The mobile device provided was completely ineffective as it was unable to pick up a THREE mobile signal. I suggest that O2 or Vodafone might work, as we know they have a service there.We usually expect to see the following, which were not there:Visitors bookSelection of DVDsSelection of holiday reading for adults and childrenFinally, I would expect to see some things for the beach in a property like this - some folding chairs, windbreak or beach umbrella. We were unable to bring any with us because of space limitations and had to hire some at the beaches. It is things like this that make a difference.Other properties on this site might be better, but we would not go back to this site."
Kimberley - verified booking
"A beautiful period cottage in a fabulous location, however the decor felt tired and unloved, in need of some TLC. The gardens were extremely spacious and picturesque however we found the lack of garden furniture a real letdown, also the dilapidated out buildings were a terrible blot on the landscape ruining the view. We arrived on the Friday to find the cottage in a real mess, beds unmade, food left out spoiling and bins overflowing. After discussion with the owner it seemed there had been some mix up with the cleaner who thought we were checking in the next day. She did then arrive to clean but we had to vacate while she did this, we eventually gained access at 9am-very tired and fed up after a long day. The owner did offer us an extra days stay as recompense which we were unable to take advantage of due to a family wedding. Even after the cleaner had been we found the sofas musky and dusty and the place was full of cobwebs, quite offputting to see spiders above your bed in the beams when trying to sleep. A shame because this cottage could be amazing, unfortunately in this condition I don't think it was worth the money we paid for a week in August. The surrounding areas are great though, beautiful scenery with plenty for the kids to do. Would highly recommend the Malt Scoop at Merton for good food"
Shereen - verified booking
"There was a very generous welcome package awaiting our arrival of lots of lovely local goodies and some lovely red wine. The cottage was beautifully clean and the kitchen very well equipped. The wood-burning stove was the most efficient and effective we have ever encountered and the owners supplied all the wood for the weekend we were there, which meant that the cottage remained warm and toasty when we were in. We had some reservations about night storage heaters, but didn't need to worry, as the cottage was always warm. We also had plenty of hot water and there was a lovely deep bath as well as a stylish shower (with excellent water pressure). The quality of the fixtures and fittings in the cottage, the bedding, towels and decor were all of a high standard. The garden was perfect for our little dog, as it was secure."
Sarah - verified booking
"The cottage is in an extremely remote location and the roads that access the cottages are very poor. I thought it was just me who struggled with the driving as I regularly had to reverse up the narrow dirt tracks that constitute roads in North Devon, but the man in the next cottage said the same. If you are not confident at driving and have a small car and value it, do not holiday here. I have damaged my car and almost burned my clutch out. I think the local authority in North Devon needs to widen their roads so at least cars can pass each other. Oh and don't expect the person coming towards you to back up cos 9 times out of 10 they wont. In fact in one instance 2 cars pulled over for me, only for the car behind them to force their way through and force me to stop. Awful. I would never go to North Devon again."
Jess - verified booking
"Very clean and spacious cottage. Lovely touches such as cake, milk, tea and coffee as well as toilet rolls, soap in the bathroom, dishwasher tablets, tea towels, cloths, lots of essentials that you may forget to take with you! Not sure if these were left by other guests but it was great that they were there. The cottages are situated outside a tiny village down a narrow country lane. Probably a wide lane to locals but not for city folk! Also there is no phone signal at the cottages but a phone box on site and excellent WiFi so we just used WhatsApp and FaceTime. Great to have a dishwasher and washing machine with two young children and hosts couldn’t have been more helpful. Great base for the area as close to lots of family attractions as well as ilfracombe and woolacombe."