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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In The Lake District.
John - verified booking
"We stayed for 3 nights over a weekend in May. The Annexe is in a great location - beautiful setting and so relaxing and peaceful. BUT the accommodation wasn't up to standard I'm afraid. It is a perfect size for 2 adults but there were a few issues. General cleanliness was poor. It needs a deep clean. The furniture was of a poor quality and dated. The TV was old and hardly any channels - not great when you are relaxing at night. There was NO WI-FI - this was a big issue for us as we had poor reception. The pub opposite had Wi-Fi so you must be able to have this installed. And as the TV was so bad we had no other way to watch movies etc. There was no sofa to relax on - only 2 wicker conservatory style chairs. The kitchen had no oven - the microwave was too complex to use. So everything was cooked on the hob. The crockery, utensils, glassware and cutlery were all a bit grubby. They needed to go through a dishwasher. The fridge wasn't adequate - there is space for a full length fridge freezer. The toilet cistern didn't work properly and kept flowing. Drawers and cupboards were dirty and in need of a good clean. Like I said, the location was stunning and the garden was lovely for sitting out in. The owners really need to have a rethink about how they present this property. And it needs a good clean."
Maureen - verified booking
"Just back from a lovely week's stay in this delightful little cottage. It was comfortable and cosy, combining old world charm with all modern conveniences. Everything needed was provided and the table was set for tea on our arrival with tasty scones.The shaded outdoor seating area was a great advantage too during the recent hot weather. The owner is very friendly and helpful and responds quickly to any enquiries.The location is great, just a short walk from the town with its wide range of shops, cafe and pubs ( highly recommend the Turkish restaurant for its delicious food and friendly service, the great bakery you pass on the walk into town and the Trout Hotel for a drink in its lovely riverside garden). Cockermouth is an ideal base for a holiday in the Lake District as it is near both the coast and the lakes, but is not overrun with visitors in summer as some of the other towns are. We took trips to Carlisle, Penrith, Keswick, Whitehaven, Grasmere, Ambleside and Bowness - all within easy driving distance through lovely scenery. There is even a great bus service which links all the towns ( including a scenic open top bus ) if you don't want to drive. We enjoyed our holiday at Tanner's Cottage very much and will hopefully visit again"
Mark - verified booking
"Very small, but, quaint cottage, with history and a lot of potential. We had a problem with an alarm going off, which I couldn't stop. We even had a neighbour at the door, asking if everything was ok. I phoned the owner on her mobile and landline, for advice on how to cancel the alarm, but, didn't get an answer. I left a message and I'm still waiting for a response. The alarm finally stopped of it's own accord. It's a mystery why it went off in the first place. Toaster didn't work. After dragging the wheely bin out on the Tuesday night, as per the instructions. The following morning, I discovered from another neighbour, that the day for bins being emptied, had been changed, to a Thursday. Quite frustrating! As I had to drag the bin back up the overgrown path, then put it back out again, for the Thursday morning. Also, the garden requires a lot of TLC. The various written instructions, around the cottage, need to be updated and made clearer."
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."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"A fantastic stay at the Hollies! The communication with the owner was excellent and house was better than expected. A perfect location, just nestled between Windermere and Bowness, both about a gentle 10 minute walk away. Rooms decorated to a very high standard and all of the equipment you could need in a house including dish washer. Easy to use central heating (especially useful in the winter) and overall a great base to enjoy your holiday in the Lakes with plenty of on street parking. Highly recommend this cottage. You will need to bring your own hand-wash/soap for each of the bathrooms and don't forget things like salt/pepper/cooking oil if you intend to cook, as you won't find any in the house. Baking trays/roasting tins also a little lacking so consider taking your own. All in all, excellent!"