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Graham - verified booking
"I am afraid that I cannot give a glowing review here as things did not start out well and went downhill from then. The first issue was getting in contact with the owner. We telephoned when we got there, but there was no answer and her mailbox was full so we could not even leave a message. We then encountered dog muck (from her dogs we presume) by the steps to the property. We were expecting these steps, but not the fact that the hedge had overgrown them, making it difficult to get down them (they are not that even in the first place). The keys were in the door, so that was OK, but we felt, from the first that the place was damp and musty. It was not long before we realised that this was a big issue, but hoped that heating the place up a bit (it was not a good August day) would help. This was not to be easy the first night, as the central heating was not working, and had not been for sometime by the looks of it, the pressure in the system being Nil (a sign that it had not been working for sometime). We did light the fire in the woodburner, and that save the day heat wise, but did nothing for the smell of damp and must. To be fair the owner did tell me that the cottage (a converted barn) did get damp, but that is more reason to keep the heating on all the time.... The cottage was well equipped though, just a shame that we could not enjoy it all as we had to stay out of the place because of the smell. My wife was effected the worst, waking up sick every morning because of the smell. The smell and dampness also meant that we could not enertain our grand children at the place (they were going to spend a night with us), it simply not being right to bring them into that sort of environment.The place was clean, but we did think we saw a while coating of mould 'spores' on the vertical surfaces of the kitchen cabinets. In the end we left a day early giving them an excuse about having to get home. It would be a lovely place to stay if they got rid of the damp, cleaned the dog muck up and laid out the 'welcome pack' with all the details of the cottage instead of leaving it buried in the book case. They would also do well to look at the comments in the visitors book. The first entries where they left a cream tea for their guests on the first night being something that they have stopped doing (it was well received when they did it), and then there were comments about making the bathroom better (by the way this smelt of paint once the heating was on, another reason to think the heating had been off for some time, the paint on the radiators not having really been heated much before). Sorry to have to be so negative overall, but it did not just leave up to the required standards."
Leanne - verified booking
"Me and my grandparents had a wonderful stay here. We arrived after a 3 hour journey and with the helpful directions from the owners and also google maps found this cottage with no issues. The access from the main road leads on to a narrow lane but there are plenty of pull in areas and I never had a problem. The actual cottage was amazing and you can tell a lot of thought and love has gone in to the place. The owners left us had a bottle of homemade beer, homemade bread and also some local fresh farm eggs to get our holiday started which was a lovely touch. We were extremely lucky with the weather here in October and had some lovely days out but really enjoyed coming back to the cottage on an evening to cook and relax. I love to cook and this kitchen had everything I could possibly need, I was very impressed as I had brought a few bits with me just in case but didn't need to. We all spent many a cosy night with the log burner a blaze and wrapped up in throws, it was so relaxing. If we needed anymore wood for the fire we just had to phone or text the owners who were happy to get supplies and we just needed to pop the money in an envelope and post it through their door as they live in the cottage opposite. My Nan commented every day how comfy the bed was and how she'd had some of the best nights sleep here. We visited a few local places; Looe and also Talland bay but also travelled further a field to The lost gardens of heligan and Port Isaac. By the end of the holiday my Gramp didn't want to leave which is always a good sign and I think he felt very at home here. I would definitely recommend this holiday cottage as we all had such an amazing break away."
Tim - verified booking
"From the moment we arrived following the clear instructions, Jean welcomed us to the cottage. She even had a traditional cream tea and big pot of tea for us. The cottage is set in a very quiet peaceful location but is within easy driving distance of local amenities and the beautiful south Cornwall fishing villages. The cottage sits in a large sloping garden which the kids loved. An atmospheric old track leads to the top of the Sibleyback dam within a 15 minute walk. The inside of the cottage is characterful and well appointed. The bathroom and kitchen are modern and have all the utensils and mod cons that make a holiday easier for everyone. The beds deserve a special mention and with the comfort and peace and quiet I slept the best I have done on any holiday I can remember. Jean put out some cushions on the front seating area when we were out on our first day and watching the local bats and listening for the owls in the quiet surroundings was joyful. The cottage is lively, the surroundings so peaceful and Jean is the perfect host being there if she is needed but not intrusive. It really felt like we were staying with an old friend. We will definitely return."
Pete - verified booking
"I normally do not complain about many things at all. In this instance I shall make an exception however.We arrived at the cottage to find that the log fire was still full of ashes from the previous letting, the log basket was full of waste including and empty bag of coal.The paving on the way into the main entrance is lose and makes an awful racket as you cross into and out of the property. As you go into the cottage the floor tiles are loose and insecure, i lifted one out.The cooker was dirty and & my wife had to clean it before we could use it.The garden was beautiful and very well looked after, it was very secure and our dogs could roam freely and with no worry. The location is ideal right on the edge of Bodmin Moor, you are ideally placed to be within a short distance of many of Cornwall's amazing attractions.It is a real shame that the cottage is not looked after the same way as the garden because it has the potential to be a very nice letting but needs a lot more TLC.Pete"
Sophie - verified booking
"Linhay cottage is on Bodigga Cliff, it's a 1-min walk from the cottage door to stunning scenery on the SW Coastal Path, and a 15-min walk down the Path to Millendreath beach. Dogs aren't allowed on Milendreath beach from 10am to 6pm in the summer, but our dog loved having the run of the huge garden, and scampering along the Coastal Path east to Looe and west to Seaton.From here we day-tripped to Looe, Polperro, and even Newquay and St Ives. The evening sunsets over the fields were beautiful. We ate and drank al fresco to enjoy the splendour. It was so quiet, calm, and gorgeous. We loved every minute. The wifi is great too. I would absolutely recommend this place to families with children, and anyone who likes to see the stars at night! We will be back."