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Megan - verified booking
"This is a beautifully decorated, new cottage that has gorgeous furniture and *almost* everything you could want for a break away in the countryside. Unfortunately the hot tub wasn't hot, and we could find no instructions on how to increase the temperature (and we did ask the owner as well but received no response), so we weren't really able to use it even though we had specifically chosen the property because of that feature. The sauna again had no real instructions for use but we managed to figure it out and warm it up eventually. This too was a little lacklustre, although it is a lovely and unique feature. The house itself has plenty of room and is so well equipped except for a couple of things (no matches - to light the cosy woodburning fire - and no dishwasher tablets for the dishwasher). We would have expected those items to be there, however there was a lovely welcome basket full of goodies which was so nice to receive!!The surrounding area is stunning and right on your doorstep for walks and exploring. It really feels you're in the middle of nowhere, but it's also easy to get to from Norwich station. Some clearer walking routes and maps would be useful in the Information Book, and also some better directions on how to get to the cottage itself as it's quite difficult to find (particularly in the dark!).Overall we really enjoyed our stay and this is a stunning property in a great location; there are just a few elements that could be easily improved to give it the real wow factor."
Suzanne - verified booking
"This accommodation could be lovely , but we were told it would be deep cleaned before we arrived and as we didn't arrive until 6pm this should have been no problem , this was not deep cleaned there were cobwebs everywhere I am sorry to say but a cleaner is needed ASAP. The gentleman was very nice but there was no second bathroom or sauna and we were told the Wi Fi was bad in the area and was not given a code to use this we feel is a basic need for any accommodation in the 21century . There was no welcome pack and we had to ask a lady at the local garage for suggestions for where to eat locally, the foldsgate Inn was excellent and a must of you visit the area, lots of knick knacks about which I think we're a bit over the top and personal to the owner , and there was a sign to say anything broken you must pay for but in a house so cluttered this could easily happen and not really be anybody's fault, over priced i would say as not clean and not everything in the write up was offered as it should have been."
Nicky - verified booking
"Great location, felt so rural, with Norwich city just 15 mins away! The cottage comfortably housed 8 of us and was perfect for our birthday celebrations. We all commented on the lovely comfortable beds! However, there were some negatives that could so easily be rectified and make this cottage into such a beautiful and perfect place to stay. For us the house wasn’t well equipped enough for 8 (ie only 4 bowls, 4 small glasses, 2 tea towels etc). We had to buy a bread knife as there wasn’t one. The bbq was a great addition but was filthy and no tools to clean it and our biggest negative was the most uncomfortable corner sofa in the lounge... The hot tub and sauna was a brilliant addition and would have been perfect had the tub have been warm. We contacted the owners who ordered a new element and quickly fitted it but it was a shame it wasn’t working.If you have the choice, choose the cottage next door as the hot tub is to the side of the house rather than the front... just felt a bit more secluded."
Kate - verified booking
"We were disappointed that the garden wasn't enclosed having taken two dogs and it being on a very busy main road. The house was nice, however, needed some maintenance such as broken toilet seats, oven fan and heating elements and overall cleanliness. We found evidence of mice, bedding looked like it had been screwed up before being put on which made us question the cleanliness, evidence of balloons and party poppers from previous guests that hadn't been cleaned up. Overall, location was okay- even near the busy road- lots of nice walks with the dogs and easy to access local area. Owner of the property very nice and lovely welcome pack. The cleanliness was the biggest problem. You don't expect to go to a property and see mice droppings, stains of what we assume are from animals on carpets and broken facilities. We wouldn't stay again as we felt it was expensive for what it offered, asked the enclosed garden and had very poor standards for arriving guests."
Katherine - verified booking
"The main problem with this property is that it is very dark and despite being sunny outside gets no sun. On the plus side the bed was very comfortable and the bathroom spacious but no heating and nowhere for towels to dry and no bath mat provided. The downstairs could be warmed by céntral heating but this did not appear to extend upstairs.The kitchen again well equipped (but how do you manage without a wooden spoon) but very dark. You have to like religious icons and whilst they don’t offend us in any way, they are definitely somewhat creepy. The village is very down at heel, no pub, one small shop and has an air of quietly disintegrating due to the hideous mill which appears to own many of the could be beautiful houses, but they left derelict and neglected. Also in the day and age it is odd to stay in a house with no internet connection and we feel all potential visitors should have this pointed out to them."