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Laura - verified booking
"Lovely holiday apartment all located on one floor. To enter the upstairs apartment, you have to climb a flight of stairs that turn. This might be an issue for less mobile people or elderly/large dogs with arthritis or mobility problems. The kitchen was well equipped with everything you might need for basic cooking. We cooked every night and had no issues with the kitchen. The dining table is a little bit low to sit up at but it wasn't an issue. The lounge and kitchen are open plan which makes for great entertainment. We had friends and family over and it was really easy and cosy to get drinks/food and entertain at the same time. The lounge itself is comfortable and cosy. The dogs loved the heated window seat and stretching out on the rug in front of the radiator. The bedrooms were very good. The beds were the most comfortable I have encountered in a rental property or hotel. Not too hard or springy like most (meaning that I didn't get propelled across the room when my very wriggly husband moved for the 100th time in the night). My only issue with the bedrooms are the windows are not very noise proof. If you're an early to bed kind of person you might be kept awake by noise from the pub. This was only an issue 1 night out of the week though. The bathrooms were very nice. You get a choice of a shower room or a claw foot bath in the other bathroom. Very nicely decorated and huge choice of towels/toiletries. The landlord was very friendly and accommodating. She lives in building which would be handy if you have questions or encounter difficulties. There is one normal sized parking space. This was adequate for us and friends could easily park in the public car park 3 minutes down the road. The space is for a normal sized car, if you have an estate/range rover type car this might be an issue. The area was nice and mostly quiet. Nice selection of places to eat, a COOP up the road and very enjoyable to spend a week in. The property was relatively dog friendly. The lack of garden was not really an issue as you have the whole of Hamble on your doorstep. However, if you have a dog that needs to go out in the night or is elderly and needs a lot of toilet breaks this might be an issue. I didn't mind going for a 6am and 9pm walk with my dogs it was actually quite relaxing.The area is very dog friendly with lots of pubs offering to accommodate dogs. The Hamble common, which is a 5 minute walk from the property, is great for the dogs and really beautiful to go and see the sunrise in the morning. You have the Victoria Country Park a 7 minute drive away which was vast and provided hours of walks. Make sure you bring your own dog bowls etc (easy to forget in a packing rush) as they aren't provided. Overall, we loved staying here. It was a great base for us to visit friends and family. We moved to Scotland 4 years ago and we needed a place for us all (myself, my husband, my mother and my two dogs) to stay to visit everyone. Thank you for having us."
Zoe - verified booking
"Overall we had a nice weekend at Marley Mount as the location of the property was great, but really mainly due to good company and weather! Unfortunately there were a few things, that for the cost of the property, disappointed us. There were a number of things broken and having children in our party, this was quite worrying, especially the electrical items - a lamp in the children’s bedroom virtually falling apart which we unplugged as it looked dangerous and the kettle lid was broken which some of us came close to burning ourselves on. It is so easy and fairly inexpensive to go out and purchase a kettle, I cannot understand why something so simple was not rectified. There were nails sticking out in the garden, broken parasol and the downstairs shower leaks on the floor. We paid an awful lot of money for the weekend and although the initial overall general appearance of the property has the wow factor, when you live in it you realise it’s quite shabby and tired in places. Also, the pool must contain a rather high amount of chemicals as my daughters hair went green and a number of her acrylic nails came off! Be careful if you dye your hair!"
Olivia - verified booking
"We stayed at the Church View cottage for just over four weeks from the middle of February (between our relocation and house move). We couldn't have wanted for anything more! The Silk family were friendly, very welcoming and had the perfect balance of being attentive, but also letting us get on with it and treat it as if it were a home from home. The cottage itself was faultless! The views out of the floor to ceiling window were stunning and it was lovely watching the horses frolic around in the fields. Waking up with the sunrise through the window in the mornings was a real treat and a great way to start the day. The layout of the cottage works well if you have dogs, we found it very easy to keep clean after slightly muddy walks.The location of the cottage is perfect - the peaceful surroundings have plenty to offer in the way of short and long, interesting walks; whilst you feel out of the way, you are not far from the village and plenty of lovely pubs that serve delicious home cooked food. Easy to access other areas by car as well.Highly recommend a stay here!"
Theo - verified booking
"It is a small wooden building at the far end of the owners land. The owners were friendly and helpful. It lacks wifi but the owner pointed out that it's distance from the house makes it not a practical proposition and they allowed us to come near to their house and log into their wifi to update things like whatsapp, emails, the weather app, BBC news etc which worked fine for us. Inside with fairly small windows and surrounded by trees and bushes it was a bit dark but that was not a problem for us. The TV is a decent sized flat screen and worked well but there was no DVD player connected to it. The bed was comfortable. The kitchen well equipped with all that we needed. There was a comfortable settee, (which could open out into a bed for a second couple) and the table had four chairs and the cutlery and crockery was for four although being so small we found it fine for the two of us but it might have felt cramped for four. The name describes it well tucked away in a large lawned garden with lots of trees around. We would happily return to this property again."
Lucy - verified booking
"Really disappointing trip. The owner is really kind, accommodating and thoughtful; he left a little welcome pack with fresh eggs, milk and local cider which was a really nice touch, but the walls are paper thin and we could hear every crash and bang from other properties (even conversations) which made us feel very uneasy. When I read it was a communal garden, I didn't realise how many properties that involved and that anyone could walk past the very large, decorative window and see your entire open plan cottage. We had to keep the curtains shut because we felt so exposed. The location and views were spectacular, but with the constant noise it wasn't "dog friendly" nor was it appreciated that other dogs were wandering around the garden, unsupervised, defecating everywhere. If you aren't bothered by noise and don't have a dog, this is the place for you! We ended up leaving a day early because we couldn't take the noise any more. Lovely area and like I said, the owner was lovely, but it wasn't the peaceful, relaxing week we had in mind."