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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Norfolk.
Lucy - verified booking
"The cottage itself is really lovely. It is cosy and spotlessly clean. The king sized bed is very comfortable and the shower is great. You can watch hares from the bedroom window and hear owls every night. But there are some things you need to know before you decide to book it….The cottage is in a terrace, right on the road, with no pavement. The terrace is at the edge of the village, near a bend and cars travel fast past it. A parking space has been created a little way up the road but it is very narrow and you cannot get the car doors wide open – tricky for getting dogs and small children in car seats in and out through the side doors. You have to carry your luggage a little way along the road when you unload/load the car. You cannot see to drive out of the parking area so you have to have someone to see you out. Even then your helper has to leap into the car quickly, as cars whizz round the corner to find yours stationary in the road.The garden is unfenced and so is not secure for dogs. You have to walk on the road to get to a place to walk your dog. Despite comments in previous reviews, the owners have not supplied an outside light to help you see your dog in the garden in the dark, or created a rear access from the car park area.Despite comments in 50% of recent reviews the owners have not supplied an information pack for the property. There were manuals for the microwave and the toaster only. We were constantly woken at 3.15am by the central heating as we didn’t know how to control it and we accidentally locked the hob and then couldn’t use it. In the end we were so fed up that we researched online and wrote our own information pack and left it at the property for future guests to use – though we didn’t include the smart TV which I just didn’t watch. There is no guarantee that it will remain there.The village pub is now only open Wed to Sun and doesn’t serve food. The next nearest pub is a 5 minute drive away.The bathroom is very compact and has a very shallow sink that is not ideal for wet shaving.Overall, the lack of a welcome pack, the cottage’s position on the road and the hazards of the parking area are enough for us to be sure that we will not stay at this cottage again."
Helen - verified booking
"Beautiful barn conversion, quiet location, we had a lovely starter pack left for us, the bedrooms were generally comfortable and pleasant, and we had a lovely holiday, BUT...1. The kitchen was poorly equipped for a property of its size, for example only one serving spoon but a very large range of baking trays and tins -including a loaf tin, but no scales so I couldn’t have made a loaf had I wanted to!2. The dishwasher worked so poorly that most items had to be re-washed by hand - hardly in line with the property’s status as ‘luxury’3. The master bedroom was actually a mezzanine open to the downstairs living area so very noisy. It also had only one window which opened to the outside (in the bathroom), the others being internal, so the bedroom was stiflingly hot. 4. The door to the twin room would not shut so the occupants found that also to be an issue, both of noise and lack of privacy.5. There were at least five or six flies in the kitchen alone at most times, as well as elsewhere in the property. We had to purchase fly spray and fly papers to try and control them, it would have been nice if these had been supplied.We did have a good holiday but the property was listed and priced as luxury and rather fell short in that respect."
Susan - verified booking
"This is a well equipped, comfortable, clean cottage but I do have mixed feelings about it. The top floor with it’s open plan kitchen, dining, living room is well equipped and very comfortable with a lovely balcony with rattan furniture and open views (nicer than the photo). The lower floor has a lovely bathroom with a large, powerful shower and bath. The 2 bedrooms are roomy with lots of storage but take some coat hangers. The main bedroom has what could be a very nice terrace but it needs attention: weeds are sprouting through the paving which is desperately in need of a jet wash. In terms of the setting, it is true that there are lovely waterside walks and a nice pub/restaurant 2 minutes away. However, the description fails to mention the boat repair and storage business that is right neck door and which has cars, boats and huge boat trailers coming and going all day long and which you have to navigate through to reach the cottage and park your car. Not quite the ‘peaceful’ setting described. We did have a good holiday there and enjoyed using the living area and the bottle of wine kindly left by the owner but overall feel it could be better and is a little overpriced."
peter - verified booking
"lovely cosy tranquil cottage well appointed close to wroxham roys stores have everything you could possibly want even a petrol station little further to aylsham and n walsham.meadow cottage great for sitting out in sun or shade of delightful copper beech tree, or against suntrap wall. retreat to summerhouse if breezy.community shop well stocked and staff friendly(neatishead). barton boardwalk onto broad short walk turning right from cottage gate but care needed roads narrow and no footway. although traffic rare comes quite quickly.meadow cottage dates from1903 but is modernised to 21st century standard with light airy rooms and delightful child's single room and well as two exceedingly comfortable double rooms.bathroom has fine shower than does not scald or freeze you at switch on. wifi very good,also tv and dab radio excellent. good modern electric cooker fridge freezer. utensils adequate.we saw muntjack deer, grouse family , fox, white barn owl, jay, from windows/garden. also lovely dawn chorus and birdsong throughout the day."
Debbie - verified booking
"Beautifully clean cottage, comfy beds, gorgeous bathroom, had everything you needed in the kitchen. Lovely open fire. The cottage was lovely and spacious, separate living room full of books and games. Location was peaceful but not quite as rural as I was expecting. Hot tub was fabulous and fairly private being at the side of the house. The only complaint I had was we couldn't use the Bluetooth on the hot tub because there was no phone signal and the Wi-Fi signal wasn't strong enough to reach. Lovely welcome basket with prosecco and gowns and towels to use for the hot tub. I'd suggest taking some flip flops to wear to get to it. Overall a lovely romantic weekend, thank you"