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What our customers are saying about our Child Friendly 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"
Sharon - verified booking
"Wet room was damp and smelt so bad, the door was kept shut and we didn't use it. Outside the wet room the wooden floor wS soft because of water damage. The windows were that streaky it was hard to see out and were in desperate need of a good clean. Taps on the bath fell off if touched. The owners have a cat which insists on entering the property whenever it can. The few hot days we had we couldn't open the door or windows because the cat would get in. Even managed to get comfortable in my car as we unpacked! The dining table was that grimy it was sticky. The three piece had seen better days it was impossible to sit in comfort. One of the children's toys went behind the three piece, to my horror when it was moved there was a use tampax and what I first thought was a dead mouse. Turned out to be a cat toy, however the other object was disgusting. Sky TV did not pick up any channels apart from Welsh speaking ones or news! Beeb 1,2 ITV anything else forget it! The hot was full of products to kill germs it smelt worse than swimming baths and I suspect never gets changed. Oh and the hot tub was always strangely cold?? The patio furniture consisted of one wooden picnic table which was falling apart the kids playground was old and worn. The washing line was nearly completely collapsed. Think you get the picture by now, would I return? No, but the area we stayed had breath taking scenery so would return to Wales."
Russell M - verified booking
"Good little cottage in a small village off the beaten track, it is well presented and very clean, the owners are friendly and helpful and respect your privacy. Booking was a no fuss affair and the owners kept in touch with directions and information long before we arrived This place served us well for exploring this area of Wales with beautiful coastlines and small towns to visit There are plenty of walks to be done (plenty of maps supplied in the cottage) within the local area If you are in the mood for driving I would highly recommend heading inland past Devils bridge and taking the mountain road through the Elan Valley, spectacular. Last but not least the hot tub is simply brilliant especially at night under the stars. We had a good stay and recommend that you visit and explore the area"
JudgeCludge - verified booking
"I booked the Old Court House as a last minute break for the family, and on arrival we were not dissapointed. The old cells are still in place which the kids found facinating. I advise anyone who is thinking about booking this accommodation to do it, dont mess around, you will not regret it. We ordered our groceries from Tesco and they arrived at the time slot we booked, this saved us loadibg the car with food. Rhayader has many fine eating places and there is a pub opposite which can be loud on a Saturday but all quiet from 12.30am. Aberystwyth is a good 1 hour drive with Cardiff being reached in around 2 hours. We did not park the car as suggested by the owner as the street was not very well lit, we used the street directly opposite without any problem or issue. Book and Enjoy."
Isobel - verified booking
"We were only on a weekend break, and the weather wasn't very good, but we still enjoyed it. The lodge is well equipped, but internet connection is terrible, so you need to be able to survive without it ! Didn't really bother us. Friendly owners,available any time. Plenty of space indoor and out for the children. We were a party of 6 + dog. Boys aged 3 & 2 had a good time. We had trouble finding the lodge, would suggest a sign St the bottom of the narrow track to identify it, and could do with new out door furniture. Hot tub great but needed cleaning. Could also do with new sofas in lounge. Expensive furniture by the looks of it, but we couldn't get comfy on them. Would definitely go again though."