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Knut - verified booking
"A nice little home away from home in Windermere. More in the middle of the village than this is impossible to get! My wife (she is the one of us who understand such things) says it was very well decorated, with a distinct and good style. I just liked it. The bed was great, the living room comfy, the TV had more channels than we bothered to find out and the WIFI was quick and reliable. We didn't get any heat from the radiators, maybe partly since we never have used any such before, and contact with Cumbrian Cottages didn't give any result. But it was a minor problem as there were other ways to heat up the rooms, so it got rather cozy in a short time. The shower space is a little tiny, and the roof a little low, for two persons above 6 feet.The free parking at the public parking area was close by, and we had no problem finding a place in the afternoons. All the pubs and places to eat out one can wish for is in a minutes walk. As is a Coop and a Sainsbury, though a five minutes walk to the superb Booths supermarket is well worth the effort. The place has great character, it is dead in the middle of a georgeus little town (don't forget to walk down to Bowness for more pubs and meals) and it provides you with almost all you need. The cold radiators (and that Cumbrian Cottages forgot to get back to us when we asked how to mend it), a couple of minor things that could have been added in the kitchen takes it down from a 10 to a weak 9 or very strong 8."
Gary - verified booking
"Initial reactions “ Wow” this is great , lovely looking lodge , everything on hand for the stay , even dishwasher tablets, DVD to watch in case not much on Tv . Had a tour of site and was very nice. Unfortunately things changed quickly.Ensuite smelling damp and looked behind toilet and it was mouldy, we did try to clean it but couldn’t get rid of smell so we didn’t really use it. Hot tub was our main issue however, we used it the first day and noticed a strange smell , put it down to Chemicals and thought it would be noticed when it was checked. No body came 2nd or 3rd day so went to reception and asked as it was forming quite bad. Somebody popped a chlorine tablet into hopper. Tubs around us cleaned every day phoned our contact and told to either buy foamer or bung someone a fiver to keep it in check. He could get water changed but would cost him £50, I could go on but guess you get the jist of our stay. We have stopped in other lodges and they cleaned hot tub on Christmas Day. We saved up for our Summer break and feel let down.We left the lodge early."
Geoff - verified booking
"Everything was good but the we had two gripes about instructions. The instructions to find the cottage, while being technically accurate, were somewhat buried in general information. In particular it would be helpful if you highlighted the house NUMBER rather than the name. We arrived in the dark without a torch and searched a long time for the name before noticing the address included the number.Secondly we were both totally confused by instructions for disposing of rubbish which I think are stuck to the fridge door. The wording is ambiguous and we both interpreted them incorrectly as it turned out. You should emphasise that the Bin Store is in a different building 200 yards up the hill. We read the words as saying it was just outside the front door! No wonder you have a supplementary notice saying dont leave it outside the door!"
Cath - verified booking
"A couple of things have sprung to mind after my recent stay. I came home and re-read the description, it would have been better to have been explicit and state this was an ground floor apartment rather than the unwritten implication that this was a cottage. As a result I would have expected some noise from the apartment above, which was intrusive at times. In addition, the back garden was rather a large patio area. Although there is a stream at the bottom of the garden it is not visible as it is down a steep bank which is fenced off. Aside from these two small grumbles. We had fantastic weather, and the property is in a great position for the endless walks around Ambleside. The propert is extremely well kept and clean, it is well equipped. Parking for two cars was not a problem. Overall we had a fab time."
Nicky - verified booking
"We had a great week, helped of course by the fantastic weather. The cottage was all we needed, especially having a garden which was perfect with my 2 dogs. The lack of storage for clothes in one bedroom, and an old fridge that couldn't cope with the heat, were mild inconveniences. It might have been more of a problem if there had been 4 of us. We found some good routes for walking the dogs direct from the house down to Derwentwater and it wasn't too far to walk into town. We even had a clear view of Latrigg through the back door whilst seated at the dining table and sunset over Skiddaw from the back garden. For us, it was perfect and we would be back tomorrow if we could."