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East Sussex Self Catering
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In East Sussex.
David - verified booking
"The owners are very friendly however the cottage itself has some major problems.The sleeping accommodation, (I can't call it a bedroom) in the eves of the apartment is completly enclosed with not the slightest possibility of fresh air circulation or daylight. It's actually unhealthy.That is the same problem with the toilet/shower, totally enclosed with no light or fresh air possibilities and the tiny fan doesn't do much so there is often a quite unpleasant smell of stale water. It's not possible to stand up and the storage possibilities for clothes is very limited and difficult to use.There is no dishwasher and very limited cutlery available, so always washing, sometimes during the meal.The WIFI is the slowest I've experienced single dial-up internet in the 80/90's, less than 1Mb.. streaming totally impossible.When we arrived, the cottage smell was completely overpowering due to 'scent makers' covering latent smells. After we removed them, the room was bearable but it was a toss up what was worse in the shower/ toilet.The very steep stairs could be a problem for many Exiting the property is quite dangerous; it's on a VERY busy A21 and you have poke you nose out to see traffic from the right and visibility to the left very limited. With the traffic often highly exceeding the speed limit, you cross your fingers coming out.The building is divided into two VERY small accommodations, if they were made into ONE, with a normal bedroom, it would be a normal acceptable size, however calling them bijou is misusing the word.. they are smaller. I'm afraid that without major improvements, I would definitely not recommend Quince cottage or its adjoining twin."
Darren - verified booking
"When we arrived, it was fairly easy to find with a covered parking space right outside the cottage in the courtyard. There was a welcome pack of bread, some butter & a pint of milk to get us started and the place was clean & cosy.The guest information brochure was pretty comprehensive & there were maps for local walks & attractions etc. We were lucky with the weather & we went out every day on walks followed by nice pub lunches & in our opinion, Cowbeech Farm Cottage was a good base to go out from. The hosts were very nice when we met them briefly & have kindly provided books, board games & DVDs in the property so there is plenty to do in the evenings or if the weather was bad during your stay.The cottage is a decent size and was big enough for our family of four (+ dog) for a few nights - the large corner sofa was nice & comfortable and once the woodburner was on, the place was really warm.All in all, we would recommend the property to others and would consider returning if we were visiting the area again."
Kevin - verified booking
"Lovely cottage. It was clean, warm and comfortable. There are splendid views of countryside all around. The owners live next door and gave us a great welcome, telling us we could use the huge meadow at the back to walk the dog. An excellent welcome pack was left, with bread, butter, milk, tea, bacon, cheese, eggs, etc., so that was breakfast sorted! Apparently, there is a local shop, but we failed to find it. On our second visit, we knew what we needed to bring to eat in the evening. It is very relaxing and peaceful - the only "downside" was that internet and mobile phone signals were a bit intermittent. On the other hand, it was rather nice to get away from all that... There are info leaflets in the property, so you can easily fill your time with walks or visits to attractions. Richard (our host) was really friendly and helpful. Both visits have been filled with appointments elsewhere, some time we will go just to relax!"
Lesley - verified booking
"We had a fabulous week staying at windmill barn. We were greeted and welcomed by Bee, the owner and there were lovely welcome gifts and a card which was a lovely gesture. There was also a few essential items to get us started i.e. bottled water, milk, tea, coffee and sugar, washing up liquid and cloths and a supply of logs etc for the log burner. Very well equipped kitchen and the property was exceptionally clean and cosy. The bed was super comfy. We arranged a private tour of the windmill in which Paul the owner was happy to provide for us. We were fascinated with the journey of the mill over the years. The owners are extremely friendly & they leave you alone to enjoy the barn but are on hand if you need anything. We enjoyed our stay so much that we booked while we were there to stay again in November . There is plenty to do in the surrounding areas Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings all within easy reach by car."
LINDA - verified booking
"as we run a holiday cottage ourselves we are probably more critical than mostthe cottage was well presented and tidy but the kitchen was poorly equipped very few utensils to cook with ie no pyrex dishes or jugs or casserole dishes no food mixer etcas a matter of course we provide bread jams bacon sausage eggs fruit fruit juice grapes and strawberrys wide selection of teas and coffees butter and margarine tomatoe and brown sauce and selection of biscuits and a bottle of wine (this was provided) the local pub closed at 6.30 sundays and 9.30 rest of week just what you want on holiday no tv in either bedroom not enough clothes hanger only 4 per room we had to buy extra garden and outside was very nice and parking area excellent easy to find road noisy and busy from 5.30 in morning we realise you cant do anything about road"