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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In The Isle Of Wight.
- Mr Saul, September 2018 - verified booking
"To sit on either of the verandahs in warmth and sun at the end of September/beginning of October and take in the view was wonderful - must be glorious in the summer. A very peaceful location and a comfortable property. Easy to get around - we mostly left the car and walked along the river on good paths [including to Newport and on to Carisbrooke Castle], also to the steam railway, and/or caught buses [excellent bus service]. An unexpectedly good Sunday roast in the 60s themed restaurant in West Cowes when we visited on spec. We appreciated another reviewer's comment and took our own potato masher! The property could do with bins in bathrooms and lounge [a lot of up and down the stairs which we are not used to living in a bungalow]. And a guest book would be nice for others' suggestions of places to go, and places to eat. Eventually worked it out but probably need an idiot's guide to the smart TV! We didn't realise until the last evening but there appears to be somewhere selling basic supplies hidden away at the marina but we didn't have time to look for it. We didn't have an opportunity to try the restaurant on site but it looked good, as also the Folly Inn along the river which was good for drinks and location but again we didn't have an opportunity to try the food. A week was maybe not quite long enough! Mobile signal variable at times."
Matthew - verified booking
"Woodlands is a lovely building! Sadly certain aspects of the interior have been neglected for quite a little while. Some of the problems we experienced - the lights in the drive not working; the roller blind in the 1st floor bathroom falling off its roller - are things that were noted in the visitor book some months ago. On the whole we had a very nice stay but mainly because we were all together as a family for Christmas. The owners should take note of the constructive comments in the visitor book and fix the place up a little and get the heating sorted out (as mentioned in the visitor book by another guest - the timer seems to have a mind of its own!). We did try to contact the caretaker about the heating but never got a call back. When we arrived there was only one toilet roll for 8 guests! One of the handles on a saucepan was falling off and if it hadn't been spotted there could have been a serious scalding incident. The bedside lights in the Master Bedroom didn't work! On the whole for the amount of money they are charging - nearly £1,700 for four day's stay over Christmas- I feel that having already been informed several times in the visitor book that guests are disappointed with aspects that could be easily addressed, the owners are to a certain extent taking the proverbial!"
Dorothy - verified booking
"Shabby without the chic. Sad to see a beautiful house being neglected. Parties with children or dogs note the garden is not secure. On arrival we discovered the wooden gates to the drive were completely rotten, one had actually rotted off its hinges. The caretaker advised us to lift them into position and time them together to close. Her carpenter inspected and advised they were rotten and needed replacement. The boundary walls of the garden are so low in places a dog or child could easily climb over into the busy road or precipitous cliff side. Many of the rooms have evidence of water incursion and during a rainstorm water leaked into the back bedroom. The upstairs bathroom was barely usable, the toilet only flushed intermittently, the mechanism to remove the bath plug was broken and it took us all day to empty the bath, the blind at the very large window over looking a busy road was flimsy - showering was only for the extrovert. There were a number of small annoyances I won't bore you with but considering we paid a premium rate which was a large amount of money for a weeks stay we were not impressed and would not recommend it."
Andy - verified booking
"This is a lovely house and it was ideal for three couples plus three small children. The location is fabulous for views but to walk anywhere you are going up/down long steep hills. Road access is also in the middle of three way traffic lights and there is no way of knowing which direction is green! Somewhat tricky.We had perfect weather for the whole week and so spent much time in the garden. Although it is a beautiful house it is in need of much TLC- None of the outside lights worked- The central heating was erratic- The sash window in the bathroom was broken and left open (I managed to force it shut)- The roller blind in the bathroom was brokenI spoke to the caretaker about all these things. She was very nice and actually dropped round but did nothing herself. She said she would get the handyman to drop by but they never materialised.As a holiday let for a large group the house works well but it falls frustratingly short for what we thought was a top quality property."
- Mrs Hoggarth, October 2016 - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our holiday. The location of the property is excellent, the fittings are of an extremely high standard. Just a couple of comments though- No where in the property does it explain about what can go into the recycling bin or where to put the filled bags of rubbish, the area nearer the property only seems to take recycling but it then says cardboard should be separate which it doesn't say on the plastic bags in the house. Also parking isn't clear. Even though the instruction booklet for the oven was on the table we couldn't get the clock to set so a clock in the kitchen would be good. We do go on a lot of self catering short breaks, this was our first with your company and most properties we stay in have a little booklet about the property I feel The Deck House would improve with one. We had an excellent time and were very comfortable, the views from the balconies are superb helped by the good weather we had."