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Karen - verified booking
"There were three of us in the party including a 86 year old plus our dog. The website did not mention that the railway backed on to the property and trains ran from early morning to late evening and were very noisy. The 'lodge' and the immediate area around it was run down and a lot could have been done to improve it. All the windows were dirty including the frames inside and out. Although the kitchen had equipment very little of it matched..the cutlery was a lot to be desired and only two teaspoons. The double bed was very small with a very thin mattress...the mats in the twin room slipped and were positively dangerous..the whole lodge was dusty including the bedside lamps.beside the sofa in the lounge has clearly not been swept in months and neither had the side of the shower. Our biggest problem was the toilet which would not flush properly. One of our party helped Harry the owner for a few hours to try and clear the blockage. He left the plunger rod with us. When we informed him it was still not flushing away he said he would sort it when we had gone! leaving us to rod the toilet every time we used it. I had a bout of sickness and diarrhoea which is something I very rarely get so not pleasant for anybody and I believe caused by us having to rod a dirty toilet. The door between the bedroom and lounge doesn't shut without force..the kitchen window has a sign saying do not open because it is broken..one of the kitchen cupboard door didn't open..the oven was dirty. When we arrived we were told the battery in the remote needed replacing so we would need to do it manually..all in all very disappointed..this is not up to the standard it should be...and as a minor point the garden is not enclosed as stated and there is a sign asking you to not exercise your dog in the garden so not dog friendly really.."
DEBRA - verified booking
"Kimberley is a very nice bungalow. I was a bit concerned regarding previous comment about "steps inside the property" as I was taking my elderly Mum. But my fears were unfounded as the steps are only as you go in. But saying that both the showers are unsuitable for anyone with a disability.TV in Conservatory did not work and we found the TV in the lounge would turn itself off after a few hours. There must be some sort of timer activated.It would be advantageous to have proper draw curtains in the bedrooms - especially front bedroom as there is a street light right outside. I assumed the entrance was through the double doors at the front but there is a another door to the left. That was fine but it would have been handy to have been able to open the double doors for when I was unloading/loading the car as I had to walk all the way through the bungalow with cases.I had no mobile signal at all but WiFi was good. For anyone that does not have BT WiFi at home the password is behind the router in the hall.Its a shame there is no Visitors Book as good to get recommendations from other guests. There is an enormous folder with info but this really needs to be gone through to take out leaflets from years ago.We had a very enjoyable week."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Nice place,especially for young families- near a beach and a good sized garden. Spacious and well equipped. The beds were very comfortable.Probably not ideal for the older holiday maker as the descent to the beach is very steep, there are little steps to different levels in the bungalow and the shower room is in the utility room which is not adjacent to the bedrooms and is a bit of a trek. The shower over the bath is lovely but not for those with creaking knees! And bring a couple of shower mats!A major irritation was the absence of mobile signal there so it was hard to keep in contact with family and friends, which was a pain for us as one of our party was in hospital. We never did work the tv in the conservatory and couldn’t ask ! The microwave was also a challenge...But broadband was great and FaceTime useful.Locally we loved the garden centre but local amenities are sparse and Cromer was the place to shop and wander. Fellbrigg was a good day out.The dog liked the holiday but was peeved that so much of the beach was out of bounds for her from May 1st."
Janet - verified booking
"I stayed here for 3 nights with a group of girlfriends.The accommodation was excellent not perfectly clean but adequate, beds were all clean and fresh, an old period flint cottage with lots of quirky charm.Well equipped for our stay 2 showers which worked well, one over bath downstairs.Location superb for exploring locally, we ate in Wells-next-the-Sea prior to going to cottage and local pub food was excellent and only a 5 minute stroll from cottage. Adequate parking for 2 cars, once parked up we didn’t need to use cars, short 10 minutes walk to harbour where we all thoroughly enjoyed a boat trip to see the seals in abundance a real treat. After this we walked to Blakeney along the picturesque coastal path about 2km away, a lovely little seaside harbour village with quaint shops and plenty eateries and place to stop for a nice drink.Hot tub excellent emptied prior to our stay and warm enough to use early evening.Would highly recommend probably not good for people with mobility problems due to spiral staircase.WiFi not great but for me that was a bonus ?"
wendy - verified booking
"First impressions were really positive when we saw the cottage in a good location and loads parking.Flowers, cake and milk were a nice touch but didn't make up for the cleanliness. We all thought that the property could do with a deep clean, carpets around edges had not been hoovered and there was thick dust around the beds. We also found numerous spiders and cobwebs around the house and under wall units in kitchen and in some of the base units to an unacceptable level so had to vacuum before we unpacked. Grass was an unacceptable level. Windows were dirty and needed cleaning. Bins were overflowing with rubbish, we did manage to drag it up the long drive but might be a problem for someone who is elderly. Summer house was unpleasant to sit in due to flying ants and numerous weeds. We had an issue with a bird coming down the chimney and pooing in places because it hasn't been capped off properly also there was an unpleasant dog smell in the lounge. Overall the property was tired and unclean and very expensive"