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What our customers are saying about our Beach Self Catering Holidays In The Lake District.
Timothy - verified booking
"The cottage owners are very welcoming and helpful & Catherine sorted us a local Turkey and vegetables for our Christmas stay. The cottage is listed as having central heating but there is only one radiator upstairs outside bed 2 and controlled by next door, the listings also state that the kitchen has an Aga cooker but it is in the lounge at the bottom of the stairs, cooking is very difficult when the work surfaces, water, fridge and everything else is in the kitchen 20 feet away, also the Aga has been preset at a low temperature and the thermostat disabled so you cannot achieve the correct cooking temperature of 230 in the top oven, this sets the correct temperatures for the hot plates and simmering oven, the top oven was at 150 and cooking anything took a long time. The cottage desperately needs a cooker in the kitchen. The stairs are extremely steep and the warning at the top recommends you come down backwards, upstairs the carpets are thread bare and open gripper bars are ready to rip into your feet in the night (be warned) the beds are comfortable but upstairs is very cold, the bathroom is large but the shower pressure is really poor, the taps are loose and the hot water is extremely hot, we had a bit of fun in bed with our two year old daughter counting cobwebs on the ceiling (torch required). The farm supplies wood for the log burner at a cost but unfortunately you dont get seasoned dry wood its wet fence posts that struggle to burn and the cottage is seperated from the main house with adjoining doors so conversation is clearly heard. We cut our stay short and went home a day early."
Miss Walsh - verified booking
"I booked this cottage for my partner's 40th birthday. we had 11 people staying and everyone was very impressed with the cottage. Clean, warm and very comfortable. The bedrooms were wonderfully spacious and I was glad there were so many bathrooms which is ideal when you have so many couples to accommodate. For such a large, old cottage it was very warm and not at all creaky which I have experienced in some cottages. The kitchen had every mod con (including what we think may have been under floor heating), we were able to make some great meals there. The owners even left us a card and a delicious Victoria sponge which we all thoroughly enjoyed. My only gripe is that we had to pay for Wifi and even then, the signal was very low/ non existent in some rooms in the cottage. I know that may seem picky but we're all so used to being able to upload pics online and look for local facilities using the internet, it was a tad frustrating. Otherwise we really loved this place. I would recommend it to anyone."
Julia M - verified booking
"We stayed here for Christmas week 2016, a family group of 10 plus Molly the chocolate Lab and Lem the Weimaraner. Travelled from North East Scotland and South West England. Lovely warm welcome with cards, cake, the stove fire lit in the dining room and welcoming lights on throughout the house. We had arranged with Lynne the housekeeper to have logs delivered which had been covered for us. The house was much bigger than it had seemed in the pictures. Internet worked in the kitchen, dining room and the bedroom above the kitchen. The enclosed front garden was a great safe place to let the dogs out. Great dining table in the room with the stove fire which wasn't in any pictures. Super for our Christmas dining! The oven wasn't that good. One of them was very low in temperature and took much longer than normal which we found out when we cooked on Christmas Eve, so I was prepared for temp adjustment and extra time for planning Christmas dinner, which was pretty darned fine( if I may say so myself!"
Martin - verified booking
"Great holiday cottage and location. The beach is 10 min walk away and is pebbles at the top, then sand after 20+ meters. We walked for a good hour and only saw 4 other people during that time. We tried the pub (1 min walk) a couple of nights and had a good meal, would eat there again. All roads were quiet and it was easy to get around the Lakes. Highly recommend a visit to Eskdale and Wast Water - much quieter than the usual tourist hot spots further away.Comfort and equipmentThe mattress was truly dreadful; probably the worst I've slept on during my 49 years of life. It was so bad, we had to come home a night early so we could get some sleep. If the mattress were replaced, I'd definitely score a "9".Local amenitiesThere are no shops or any facilities in Silecroft apart from the 1 pub. Nearest shops we could find were in Bootle (shuts at 5.30pm) and Millom.Overall, I'd recommend this cottage if the mattress is replaced."
Helen - verified booking
"I would recommend this cottage up to a point BUT it is not as advertised in that the WIFI is very flaky and unreliable and the road between the A-road and the cottage is only for experienced drivers as it is like a corkscrew ride at a fairground. Having said that the cottage is very comfortable but it is right on the main road of the hamlet and not very private unless you keep the blinds down. That didn't faze us as the conservatory was ideal to sit out in and eat, and the garden was nice to look at. Unfortunately it was rather overgrown so we couldn't actually use it. The location is very quiet as it is very rural but quite close to the South Lakes, specifically Coniston Water, Windermere Water with its Railway and to Ravenglass and their miniature railway."