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Tracey - verified booking
"This is a converted garage. As befits a garage it is at the bottom of the owners garden. Pierro, whilst very nice, would just stroll in to the garden when he wanted, even if my girls were sunbathing, we were eating or playing cards. La Chicca is too small for 4 people. In fact as Pierro showed us in he said that as the weather was nice we could live outside. (Watch out for mosquitos).The sofa bed took up all of the living space. The children had to store their suitcases under the table so we could have a walkway to the kitchen.The kitchen is interesting, the cupboards are high- almost beyond reach. I’m 5’5’’. The microwave is so high that the plug cable is not long enough to reach the plug.Pillows were lumpy and there is no access to a washing machine.Outside- We were told we could not heat the hot tub as it ‘used 1 kilowatt and cost too much.’ The garden furniture in the photos was not actually there but much cheaper furniture of which some was broken. The pool was a stand alone structure where the sides are kept rigid by the volume of water. No pump to clean it therefore it was quite dirty.La Chicca is in the mountains so certainly not 500m from the beach as advertised. Also the owners told us to pay €109 cash to them for cleaning, something that was not advertised. This was refunded to me. Rules also included not being allowed to play a radio or make noise in case we disturbed the owners- yes it’s written in the welcome pack. The entrance to the property is a good walk from the public car park down a rubble dirt road and the wooden garden gate does not identify that this is La Chicca so it took us forever to find the place. One night we returned late to find a family of wild boar at the entrance to the dirt track. Luckily they weren’t interested in us.La Chicca is NOT a few steps away from the centre of Montemarcello! There is a nice evening restaurant within walking distance but that’s it. Italy is beautiful and has so much to offer- stay elsewhere though."
Gayle - verified booking
"I booked this accommodation based almost entirely on the photos provided. They are quite misleading and give the impression that the place is larger than it is. About a week before our holiday I noticed a one star review which worried me so I was expecting the worst. In order to redress the balance I will give an honest but measured review of this accommodation. Firstly, the road that the house is on is indeed a bumpy track but definitely passable and we drove up and down every day during our stay. We did see a wild boar on our final evening which was fun for us all and quite a treat. Secondly, the pool is very small and I feel that this has been fudged slightly on the description with no picture present and nothing really to explain that it’s a stand alone upright pool. It’s a bit galling when you know the main house the other side of the gate has a stunning pool - it might be better to stare that instead. The jacuzzi pool is cold but in 32 degrees of heat it’s perfect. The outside furniture was broken when we arrived but the owner fixed it so it was usable. The outside space was acceptable but not how it appears in the photos. The accommodation was quite well appointed but definitely not big enough for 4 people. The main bedroom has next to no storage and the only way we could function as a family of four was to put the dining table and chairs outside. The kitchen was poorly equipped - no tin opener, no chopping board - loads of plates though! Beds were extremely comfortable. Montemarcello is an absolute gem of a place which we fell in love with and the owner could have given us some more information about it when we arrived as we were under the impression that there was nothing more than a pizzeria but there’s so much more! If you want to stay in this village and you’re a couple then this place is ok but if you’re a family of four maybe check out the owners other properties with the gorgeous pool."
Bobbie - verified booking
"This is a wonderfully placed mobile home in the Aherlow valley. The only fault we found was that the double bed is not over comfortable. The rest of the property is fine with superb views of the mountains. It was lovely that we could bring our dog and the owners were really friendly and helpful. There are lots of walks in the area, but you are limited to forestry tracks with a dog, as all walks which cross farm land are forbidden to dogs even on a lead! Coming from the UK this was a surprise to us. However there are no public footpaths in Eire and all walks are discretionary for the land owner and they have universally banned dogs. We suggest that if you are keen walkers and want to take your dog then Eire is not the place to go. We also found that dogs were more or less universally banned from all bars and pubs, whether or not they served food. So you end up sitting outside or putting the dog in the car (if you have it with you). The scenery is lovely and we strongly suggest getting a really good map or sat nav disc for Eire as there are many small roads that are not marked and a lot of signposts look like they have not been replaced since the war! A big bonus for this site is that the TVs actually work and there is a good WiFi signal."
Lynne - verified booking
"the waiting rooms is a fabulous place to stay, especially if you have 2 dogs. we had a working guide dog and a retired guide dog with us and they loved the huge garden to play in. we loved the garden too as it was very secure and the location is very peaceful. the cottage itself is lovely and just the right size for 2 people with 2 dogs. very clean and looks quite new. our only grumble, if there was any at all, was the lack of cupboard space in the kitchen for our grocery shopping, but this wasn't insurmountable and didn't detract from our enjoyment of the cottage. the owners live next door in the station house and they are a lovely friendly couple. our youngest guide dog was fascinated by their young labarador pups. we didn't use the pub or the shop in the village so can't comment on those. Cawston is about 16 miles or so from the coast and not much further to Norwich so easy to venture out. we had a ride on the steam train from Sheringham to Holt and were lucky enough to meet a lovely old chap who had been a steam train driver and had actually driven his train through Cawston station when it was still working. he told us quite a few tales about it. all in all we will be back if we get the chance as it was perfect for the dogs. thank you."
Karen - verified booking
"When we saw the pictures of Mountain View we thought it was a cottage we were surprised that it was more of a chalet than a cottage. It was more compact than we thought it was from the pictures and had no character. The only colourful things in the cottage were the red curtains in the living and dining room. We would have liked to have seen more personality (i.e. ornaments etc.). When we have stayed in cottages before there was always a welcome pack (i.e. milk, bread etc.) there was nothing when we arrived and as we'd had a long journey to get there to have to go out to a village about 2 miles away was a chore we could have done without. If we'd have been told we'd have bought things on the way. I suppose the cottage would have been ideal for walkers but we like a nice base to go from and return to after exploring and visiting places by car. Although the cottage was clean and tidy we were disappointed that shops etc. were miles away (except for a pub that only seemed to cater for locals and wasn't very enjoyable the only time we went.) The view would have been stunning it it hadn't been for the mist and rain but that's the weather for you."