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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In England.
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."
Leanne - verified booking
"Would have loved to have given higher scores , however the cottage is spoilt by ‘little things ‘ ... on reading the comments book we find that the things that bothered us had been the same for a long time , ignored and not acted on . Example ... within first 24 hours we told the owner about a broken sink in bathroom ( had to use a knife to get plug out of sink in bathroom ... mechanism broken ) ... this was still as it was when we left ... not mended as promised . Loo brush could be useful as flush for toilet very weak. Kitchen ... not a full set of plates and utensils poor. Cooker ( grill ... couldn’t get to work) inside microwave ... top surface dirty ... lots old food splashes. Not as clean as you’d expect in places Would be useful to have a mop to clean flooring ... especially if dogs trail in mud or to clean wet splashes up from after going back in after hot tub. Hot tub saved the day ... wonderful hot tub and the cottage situated in the most gorgeous area ... close to beautiful countryside for dog walks etc. Within easy reach of the best beaches . Situated in a village second to none .Owners very friendly ( made it difficult to complain about these issues that we’ve mentioned because they are so nice and even tho TLC is well overdue ... we would return as the cottage still had quaint appeal and we must say we had the best two weeks and can see ourselves returning for definite."
Colin - verified booking
"Our second stay at Gunpowder House which was as good as the first. It is an excellent, peaceful and private cottage in lovely surroundings. The garden was beautiful with autumn just arriving and the views are great. It was a bit chilly at night but the very efficient heating soon saw to that. The only minor downsides we can think of is the distance from where you park your car to the house and it is up quite a steep incline, which could be an issue for people with limited mobility. Having said that, you could park outside the front of the house to drop people and stuff off but the path is still a little steep though not too bad. There is no Wi-Fi but a there is good 4G signal. The welcome pack was minimal compared to other cottages we've stayed at but it's not a deal breaker. Our dog loved the enclosed garden and there are nearby walks to enjoy. Whitby is less than 15 minutes drive away and on the way in a stop at Sandsend is recommended. Other nearby local attractions are Runswick Bay, (check tide times first as when it comes in it's in!), and Scaling Reservoir. A bit further away is the village of Goathland, of course famous for being Heartbeat's filming location, and the North Yorkshire Moors. We will definitely be back again."
Richard - verified booking
"An absolutely great week away. We loved staying at Bridicott farm. The location is spot on; you feel away from it all when you’re in the cottage as there’s nothing else around, yet it’s only 10 minutes from Minehead and lots of other amazing places. The cottage itself is quaint, quiet and charming. We had a fire on one of the evenings and it included everything you’d need. It has its own garden, complete with a chicken named Chickileta. She loved eating our strawberry tops and our daughter adored her. The hosts are friendly and welcoming, whilst allowing plenty of space for you to enjoy the cottage (we only saw them once and spoke to them on the phone). This was ideal for us as it made it feel like the cottage was ‘ours’ for the week. They also rang us one we’d left as they found a water bottle seal that may have been ours; this was a nice touch as I’m sure lots of other places wouldn’t have bothered. We’d definitely revisit Bridicott Farm and would recommend it to anyone wanting to get away, without being too far away from the Somerset action."
Diane - verified booking
"The hosts, Tracy and Andrew, were lovely, very friendly and on hand if needed (we had problems with the wi-fi which were quickly sorted), but otherwise left us to enjoy the cottage. The cottage is exactly what you would expect for an old farm-workers cottage, but with all the equipment you could need. The water comes from a spring and is absolutely fine. The galley kitchen is tiny (two is a crowd!), but who spends their holiday in the kitchen? The location is stunning, with views down to the Bristol Channel and beyond to Wales. A walk up the (very steep!) hill behind the cottage takes you directly onto Exmoor with an amazing vista of hills rolling off into the distance. It is so peaceful, with just the everyday noises of a working farm (not at all intrusive) and the occasional distant whistle of a steam train as you watch it make its way along the coast. It’s lovely waking up to the baa-ing of sheep! We had a fabulous two weeks there."