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A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"We stayed at Cricketer's Cottage with 6 adults (family 2 parents, son with daughter in law and daughter with son in law) and we really loved it! The cottage is large enough for everyone to have some space and privacy but it still very cosy. We loved the different sitting rooms, one in the old part of the house with a fireplace was our favorite, sitting together in the evenings at the fireplace with a glass of whisky. And making plans for the next day. The house also has a really beautiful garden! Even thought the weather was bad we enjoyed the view from the sitting room with the big glass doors looking at the rabbits and ducks in the garden. Some people leave comments about the height, there are some wooden beams in the old part of the house which are very low, and yes the guys in our family bumped their heads but still, you should just be aware of it, the wooden beams give the house character and it shouldn't be a reason not to book this cottage. There are a few things the owner should do to make this Cottage truly perfect: it wasn't really clean, dust under the beds and dog hairs on a carpet in a bedroom, a pet friendly cottage doesn't mean you have to sleep next to the doghairs of previous visitors. And the kitchen knifes can use an update. But overall we had a great stay, it felt cosy, very warm and homely. The views are great, go for a walk in the area! Would go back if I could!"
KChristou - verified booking
"Have just returned from a week's stay at Cricketer's Cottage with my husband, our grown up children plus 2 of their friends and we loved it! The cottage is full of character, with original beams and tiled floors, and not a straight line or right angle in sight but it's also warm, cosy and very homely. Yes, there are low ceilings and doorways in some of the bedrooms but that is part of the charm of staying in a house that is 350 years old! There is a large family lounge in the newer conservatory which is large enough for everyone to sit down and play games in or watch TV. There is also a second smaller lounge area in the older part of the house, with a woodburner stove, comfortable sofa and a small TV. The dining table sits 8 comfortably so it would be a bit of a squeeze to fit a ninth person around it but it's manageable. All of our party said the beds were very comfortable and we had no problems with the showers or the bath. The kitchen has a 5 burner hob and large oven and is extremely well-equipped with plenty of utensils, cutlery and crockery, etc. There's a second larger fridge/freezer and dishwasher in the utility room. Unfortunately, because we were not blessed with great weather, we did not make full use of the large garden but there's a brick BBQ and outside furniture and 2 resident ducks! At the front of the house there is parking for at least 4 cars."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Myself, family and friends really enjoyed our stay. The owner (who lives in the bunglalow attached to the property) was really welcoming. Provided us with some milk, tea and coffee, told us about nice places to go to and walk around. He was also very kind in understanding how late we would be arriving due to a 6 hour journey. The house was quite cold at the time of year we went and we needed to have the heating on quite a lot. However we were told that the place had been insulated fully, unfortunately it’s just an older building so it’s just how it is. Area was convenient to visit places like Puzzle Wood, Clearwell Caves, Cardiff, Forest of Dean, Bath etc so a good middle ground. Only problem we had, one of our friends stayed in the single room and they couldn’t sleep due to springs digging into their back, so we swapped the mattress with one of ones in the twin room which was a lot more comfy. Overall, I would recommend this place as a great middle ground if you’re planning on visiting lots of different areas, owner is really lovely, nice big kitchen for cooking and a nice property.Thank you for our lovely stay!"
- Mrs Moy, September 2018 - verified booking
"We came in the back door via the conservatory this had 2 barrel chairs and 2 director chairs not really comfortable for sitting in during an evening to watch the night come in. We moved into the well stocked kitchen that had all the items necessary to prepare a meal. It has a large table and a sofa, can only think it ha the scruffy covers to protect it but still curious as gives the impression of tatty. Again nowhere comfortable to sit, 2 on the sofa and the others on the dining chairs. Upstairs we had the lounge, should have taken some dvds to watch but even that would not have been in comfort as there was just the sofa bed and again 2 barrel chairs. The top floor had the bedrooms one with en-suite and a wardrobe the other had a hanging rail, but the beds as previous guests have said did not afford comfort. Shame the hosts have not thought about the necessary requirement for holiday makers and that is always comfort, especially after a day visiting all the fantastic sites around. They have an ideal little place that is well stocked and well situated, just lacks comfort."
Mrs Barker - verified booking
"The house itself is a bit of a mixture. Wonderfully warm spacious kitchen, comfortable, roomy bedrooms all with en-suite, and a living room with comfortable seats for all. Tiled floor meant it got cold and we needed to have the wood burner going and to buy logs (should be provided for that price). The patio area was used when the sun shone and was great on Sunday when we were able to have the kitchen doors open and wander in and out. The snug was only used for drying clothes - Rather gloomy and TV was WAY too big for the size of room! Dining room was lovely and sunny but a little bit echoey. The welcoming tea and biscuits was a nice touch and we appreciated not having to buy washing products and cookery 'basics'."