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Mrs Southgate - verified booking
"Beautiful gardens and location and nice cottage with walks on door step. Equipment within cottage shoddy, lovely old style building but plastic tray as shelf in bathroom!. DVD player only worked on certain DVD's - needs replacing, they are not expensive these days, TV so small you can hardly see it. Uncomforable beds in twin room. Toilet in twin room extremely slow filling cistern - needs looking at, pretty scaled up. Owners were away but we told the person who was house sitting for them and he called them and they said it is what you would expect in an old cottage. Notes left by the owners were basically saying to try and sort things yourself first before bothering them - we were on holiday! Place could really do with a good clean, lots of cobwebs, carpets a bit grimy, pets are allowed so need doing more often ***owners response*** Thank you for taking the time to complete your feedback following your stay at Quakers and for notifying us of the issue you encountered with the W.C during your stay, the owners have investigated the problem of scale which was causing unacceptable delays in flushing. Low water pressure from the spring does mean cisterns fill more slowly than those on main water. Your holiday coincided with the owners taking a break themselves and although a house sitter was available to contact unfortunately this incident was not something they were able to deal with, in hindsight they agree that this house sitter could have been better prepared and they will be briefed in more detail in the future. We are pleased that overall you liked the cottage and facilities but are sorry there are issues you have highlighted upon your return. Had these been reported at the time the owners and housekeepers would have done their best to resolve. We hope you’ll give us another chance to get it right and that we see you again in future!"
Linda - verified booking
"We had a lovely week at Stepps Cottage. It is a beautiful cottage and very old and interesting. It is also surrounded by other picture-perfect thatched cottages, with roses round their doors! Stepps Lane itself is very quiet, but not isolated. You can walk to 2 pubs in just a few minutes and it isn't far from main roads, to get out sight-seeing. You can walk to the coast path, up the lane from the cottage; it's a little over half a mile to get there and there are beautiful views. We were the first guests, since the property changed hands. We found it to be spotlessly clean and the beds were very comfortable. Most things worked as they should. There were a couple of things missing equipment-wise, such as clothes pegs! But I expect the new owners have provided these items now. The rooms feel spacious. Neither the house, nor garden would be suitable for guests with mobility issues, but the website makes that clear. We enjoyed sitting on the sunny patio for morning coffee, and sitting there again, in the evening sun, after we had been out and about in East Devon and Dorset. There are lovely rural views from the house and garden. Unlike many holiday cottages, Stepps Cottage is not open-plan and this works better for guests with a dog, as we were, as doors can be shut to ensure your dog does not go where he shouldn't! The garden is fenced adequately to keep a small dog in. We felt Stepps Cottage was a very special place and would definitely consider staying there again."
Mike - verified booking
"This is a lovely cottage amid rolling green hills and farmland so provides a great retreat. We wanted the quiet location and were happy to drive everywhere but if you want pubs or shops on the doorstep then you may find this cottage a little too remote. It's a large place for 2 people so plenty of room and the layout works really well. We have a 5 month old baby and she could sleep at the other end of the lounge without us disturbing her. The kitchen was really well equipped which isn't always the case with rental cottages and the general standard of decor, fixtures and fittings was excellent. The place was always warm with heated floors and thick curtains so the log fire was left unused despite it being very cold outside. Our only complaint was the wifi which has a really poor signal and there's unsurprisingly no 4G either. Once connected, it's very fast but the signal kept dropping out as it comes from the main house and has some very thick walls to penetrate. The hot water in the kitchen was also just a dribble and took 5 mins to run hot. We would still return though as the remote location is lovely and most attractions are around 30-40 mins away by car. If it weren't for our baby, we'd also have taken advantage of the lovely walks that start from the cottage so perfect for a walking based holiday."
Nicholas - verified booking
"Everything was lovely. The house was an absolute pleasure and delight to stay in. The history of the building and the stone structure and fireplaces just made it so much more special. The host, Lorraine, is a lovely lady. She keeps the house extremely clean and had a cream tea laid out on the dining room table for us upon arrival and fresh flowers in the kitchen.Lyme Regis is only around 30 minutes drive, Sidmouth is around 20 minutes. But it is so beautiful in this area you don't need to go far to find somewhere to go.We only stayed for 3 nights and while we were there it was my son's 18th. There is a piano in the living room and we had a good sing along after a bbq. Oh and if you have a dog, there is a great field to let it off the lead and have a run.One of the best breaks we have had.It really is a home from home and very comfortable. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again and we probably will."
Mrs Southgate - verified booking
"The cottage could have been lovely. Beautiful gardens and location and nice cottage with walks on door step. Equipment within cottage shoddy, lovely old style building but plastic tray as shelf in bathroom!. DVD player only worked on certain DVD's - needs replacing, they are not expensive these days, TV so small you can hardly see it. Uncomforable beds in twin room. Toilet in twin room extremely slow filling cistern - needs looking at, pretty scaled up. Owners were away but we told the person who was house sitting for them and he called them and they said it is what you would expect in an old cottage. Notes left by the owners were basically saying to try and sort things yourself first before bothering them - we were on holiday! Place could really do with a good clean, lots of cobwebs, carpets a bit grimy, pets are allowed so need doing more often."