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Dee - verified booking
"My biggest disappointment is that this complex of about 14 or more barn extensions which have been newly built, have not been made accessible for disabled people. This made me quite sad in this day and age, it would not have cost anything for the access to have been ramped rather than building one step up into the accommodations as they have. Their response was it is not advertised as disabled friendly, which is quite hurtful to be alienated like this. Once you are in the building it would have been totally accessible then. Also outside there was no drop kerb to get from the accommodations to some of the facilities such as the laundry or the shared garden areas, which could have been easily done, especially at the step of the laundry which has now caused a water logged area directly into the laundry. A drop kerb could have meant that we could access the accommodation through the bedroom at least. Shame no consideration was given in the build for disabled people and young families. There were at least two of us wheelchair users in the complex at the time also families there with prams, who would have found the access valuable. The barn style accommodations were nice, fitted out with Ikea and rooms clean and spacious. Just the towels could have been cleaner. The grounds are being developed around the farm, there are peacocks that were very beautiful, but not so lovely when they are calling throughout the night and your getting little sleep. So if you are ill or need sleep something to consider. Was difficult to find the complex as no sign posts and had to knock on several doors etc. We were not sent an access code etc as gated entrance so stuck outside for a long time. Would stay there again. Nice play area for children on site. Dog charge expensive especially when you have two to pay for and they don't cause very much cleaning. It also states dogs free of charge but this is not the case once you book. The farm is elephant grass farming so not suitable to take your dogs in those fields, quite muddy. There is a normal field adjacent to the buildings."
Paul - verified booking
"Lindisfarne is a small character cottage. We had booked the cottage for a week just before Christmas with the idea of a romantic break. We have a Labrador so always book pet friendly accommodation. Unfortunately the cottage wasn't right for us, although it could be perfect for others. There were a number of aspects which means it is far from ideal if you have a dog. The road outside the cottage is very busy indeed at certain times - there was a previous comment about the road noise, but for us the busy road was not pleasant for us with a dog. Similarly the garden is very small and adjacent to the main road and there is also shared access across the garden to the next door neighbour. Again this didn't work for us with a dog. We should have perhaps done some more research in google street view, but getting from the cottage location to areas to somewhere nice to walk with the dog does mean walking along built up streets for some distance, again not quite what we were expecting. One general issue we had was that we found it very difficult to get the cottage properly warm, we had of course gone in winter, but despite the cottage being very compact we couldn't get the downstairs warm although the heating was working and we also lit the fire. In the end we cut short our visit from what we had planned and booked.Lindisfarne may be perfect for others, especially in summer, but unfortunately we could not recommend to anyone who intends to take a dog with them."
Sarah - verified booking
"So much for the use of your lovely house for the weekend. We had a really super time. There was so much to do, we wished we could have had a week in order to properly take advantage of everything on offer! Up until today we were lucky with the weather and so were able to play lots of tennis, bounce, badminton etc etc and enjoy our bbq outside which was great, the children also swam endlessly in your wonderfully warm pool. Mihail and Monika were so helpful and kind and cooked our bbq beautifully on Sunday. The house was also immaculately clean and tidy when we arrived and the garden also looking lovely. We adored the chickens and particularly the ducks! The chef we found was fine but I'm not sure I'd recommend her - she isn't local as she comes from Thame, and although she travels all over the place I don't think it was ideal. I hope we left everything as we found it and thanks again for a wonderful venue in which to celebrate Dad's birthday."
Steven - verified booking
"Spent 4 nights in this cottage. It is part of the Courtyard at Claydon Estate. The smaller bedroom and dining room overlook the courtyard that is open to the public during the day. It is positioned very close to the main house and gardens.The cottage is well equipped and very comfortable. There is a large private walled garden at the rear that has a table and chairs that are great eat or drink at. There was a welcome pack for us on arrival, consisting of cake, milk tea and coffee. Also supplied were three vouchers giving free access to the estate gardens.My only reason for giving it 9 points was it lacked a homely feel, the rooms were all very plain and lacked the normal ornaments, plants, etc that other cottages have.Its location was great for visiting the area, we had a trip to Bletchley park code breakers site about 30 min away, and to Wrest Park about an hour away.Would recommend this cottage especially on a short break."
Sarah - verified booking
"Well what can I say about your house and grounds, truly amazing. We had such a wonderful week and made good use of all the facilities. We loved spending time wandering around the grounds and felt totally relaxed when we left. I think we sat in most of the seats round the garden. A favourite hideaway was the summerhouse in the middle of the sheep field and we spent alot of time as a family in the conservatory playing the piano and card games. Our children absolutely loved the animals and they spent alot of time with them even in the rain. The animals have such wonderful characters and will be fondly remembered. It was lovely to see them enjoying the house, grounds and facilities rather than being on their gadgets. And although they did have their phones it was mainly to take pictures of the animals, especially the tiny kitten which they named "Rafa"."