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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Mid Wales.
Donald - verified booking
"Robin's nest a 1st floor studio cottage rooms need a bit of tlc quite basic TV has Freesat & inbuilt dvd player maintenance was non existent while I was there no handy man on site for repairs,did have a loose toilet seat which was reported to reception but didn't get sorted also the water supply stopped midday on the Sunday was still off next day no water from any taps & unable to flush toilet was reported on Sunday was told the staff were trying to get hold of a plumber but no one turned up had to go downstairs to reception to get water for the kettle for a cuppa & washing up had to use toilet in shower room not ideal stairs down not lit at night the swimming pool was ok a bit dated like all the amenities at complex 1 staff on duty 9am till 5pm no staff on site after that & no maintenance man on site to contact the staff you had to use a pay phone which gobbled up your money lovely location no cell phone reception but slow WiFi in reception & games room only not in cottages nice views from Windows pity about the maintenance issues was a downer for my holiday staff were nice & helpful but couldn't get repairs done it's a 3star rated group of cottages you get what you pay for,but had an enjoyable time at robin's nest for 7nights the water issue happened in the 1st floor cottages only the downstairs properties were ok I spoke to visitors who had upstair cottages & they confirmed they had the same water supply problems 1 visitor staying downstairs filled out kettle for us they had no water issues I would go back again but would choose a downstairs cottage plenty for children to do tennis courts/play area/swimming pool all equipment supplied for games plenty of walks from door even see a wild polecat on the narrow road in I usually do not complain but spoke to reception about problems only to be told they will try & sort it but didn't happen while I was there a very nice place to stay but everything needs updating & improving staff stated the water problem was the 1st they have had in the past 2 1/2 years front door had to be pulled hard to close rubbing on door frames I expect"
Venita - verified booking
"The lodge is perfect for 2 people that like to go on walks and then chill in the evening . The nearest shop is a chocolate shop...perfect!!There are supermarkets 12 miles away in Aberystwyth. There us the local hotel in walking distance if you want to eat out. We prefer to take a packed lunch on our walks and cook for ourselves in the evening. I enquired with the owner about freezer space before we went as we didn't want to waste time shopping and preferred to take all our supplies with us..as there was only freezer space in the fridge the owner purchased a freezer and put it in the shed outside...she also purchased a gas bbq which was most welcome as we had glorious weather. The lodge is small but perfect..the bed is so comfortable..and it lifts to store baggage etc..there is no space for a wardrobe but there is a coat rail in the bedroom with enough coathangers to hang your clothes from. The outside space is private..there is a lovely planted garden..a patio with seating area and table and chairs..bird feeders which we kept topped up..and the icing on the cake..the hot tub..we went in every night and just laid star gazing. The caretaker comes daily to check it and is also available if you have any other problems. I cant fault this place at all we loved it..the owner is so accommodating too. Yes the lodge is small and it has normal size furniture which makes for a little less space when walking around inside..but hey..how much walking around are you going to do..there are large windows which give plenty of light and if like us you will spend most of your time outside anyway...it a 10 all round from me x"
Jacqueline - verified booking
"Bryn-Coed is a lovely bunglow very spacious, clean, comfortable, plenty of parking space on the drive, we had two cars. Lawned area at the front and the back and the view is fantastic, as you are surrounded by mountains, breathtaking. Plenty of different little birds visit the garden to feed from the bird table and you see bigger birds as well and the sheep come down to feed in the field adjacent to the garden. It is so peaceful as well, so different to big city noise. Just down the road, about 5 mins, is a forest, great for walking the dog, different foot paths leading round the forest and horse tracks as well and you can even walk right up to the top of the mountain, which we did with our little yorkie and the view is just unbelievable. Plenty of places to tour round and not far away you can go and watch the Red Kites feeding, loads of them.We had a fantastic holiday and I would definitely recommend Bryn-Coed as a good place to stay in."
Ian - verified booking
"Bryntrisant is a lovely little cottage and an ideal base for exploring mid-Wales. It is surrounded by farmland and when we stayed (end April) the fields were full of lambs.Pros: Cosy, real fire if you need it, well equipped kitchen, comfortable sofas, excellent shower, comfy bed, good size garden, great views, quiet locations.Cons: Bed needs a bigger duvet, not suitable for tall people - doorway out to hall/downstairs loo can't be more than 5.5 ft high and is quite deep (I hit my head three times) and low beams in the bedrooms, small fridge very low to the floor. There is also no DVD player which I hadn't spotted in the cottage details so had to buy a budget one from Tesco in Aber."
Roger - verified booking
"We cannot rate this holiday high enough! The two main outstanding features of this lovely cottage is how quiet the area is and how spotlessly clean it was! Phil and Jenny must be very proud to keep it so fantastically clean, even in the countryside where cobwebs and spiders tend to lurk there were no signs of any of these. It was cosy, well equipped and had everything you need. We ate out three times in the Halfway Inn just down the road in Pisgah, the food was excellent as was the scenery in that part of Wales. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of normal life we cannot recommend this cottage enough!"