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rebecca - verified booking
"Overall Per Ardua is ok. The pro's outweigh the cons but there are little things that could be done better which would make a huge difference. The location is lovely, close to a lovely beach, not far from Tenby so you get all the benefits of being close to Tenby but get parking and walk or bus in. The house is spacious. Its a good price for what you get but I would say if anyone is particularly fussy and expecting luxury accommodation then you will be disappointed. If your not too fussy and just want a base in a pleasant location then its fine. One point which was slightly annoying was the owners make it the customers responsibility to take the recycling 500 yards down a busy road to the train station. There are recycling bins in the house and I wouldn't have a problem sorting recycling into the correct bins but to have to carry it all quite a distance I think is a bit cheeky. I think asking you to put your recyclables in the corresponding bins in the house is more realistic as your paying to stay there and don't feel it should be your responsibility to carry recycling to a recycling facility off site.Its all very minor things but because they are minor its slightly more annoying because they could easily be rectified. I read a previous review dated quite a while ago about the throw on one of the beds having stains on it and this was still the case during our stay. It looked like a yogurt/white crust which was obvious it was not stained it just hadn't been washed and looked like would come out if it had been washed. If people have commented on this and the owners are aware, I don't know why they just don't remove the throw, clean it or replace it.The cleanliness could definitely be improved, areas on the toilets inside just under the toilet seat had small amounts of crusted faeces and hairs in the shower tray, dust on the toilet cistern and clumps of dust on the walls and cobwebs in most corners of most rooms. Sticky grime in the kitchen by all the cables by the kitchen TV and broadband (we ended up cleaning this off) Again its not horrendous but as this is a business with paying guests particular attention need to be paid to these sort of things.There are lots of pictures throughout the house of the owners and their family which is slightly odd. It doesn't feel like you are in a holiday rental, that is set up for business but more like you are staying in some ones house whilst they are away but normally live in it their selves. There's a lot of 'tat' like fake flowers in vases and butterflies and glitter balls on the walls which again doesn't impact on your stay but its just décor catered to the owners taste and the house could be so much better without this kind of stuff. Light shades that have lots of detail and in turn just collects masses of dust and looks naff.The bedding is coloured/patterned/dated and towels are coloured/faded and stained, because the house is not spotlessly clean and with the owners possessions all over the place it gives you a feeling you are sleeping in some ones bed and using their towels, when all it would take is white bedding and towels (that can be boil washed) making it more impersonal so you feel you are in a clean neutral environment. Theres lots of rules and notices around asking you not to open windows, put crockery back in correct places, what to put down the toilet. We are adults and a lot of this stuff doesn't need to be told in frames all over the house.Its all 'nit picking' things as the house serves its purpose. I think anyone booking just need to manage their expectations accordingly.Its well equipped and a good location so overall its not bad, just room for improvement. We met the owners and they seem genuinely nice and warm and welcoming so its a shame to put anything negative but hopefully seen as an honest and fair feedback."
Sam - verified booking
"We arrived earlier than check in but the owners Jeff and Chris were very helpful and welcoming, even letting us park up before exploring the village. Jeff had plenty of helpful tips for the local area, beaches and walks with the dog which was most welcome having never visited Tenby before.There were 8 of us (plus dog) staying for the week and the house accommodated us all easily, plenty of room, huge garden an a well equipped kitchen. Bedrooms and bathrooms all fine and the reclining settees a pleasure after a hard day relaxing on the beach😀! Tip: there is plenty of hot water for baths an showers etc... but use one at a time as the water pressure drops/stops if two showers run at the same time. For the techies, the house has speedy wifi and a good size TV with BT hub access for on demand, films, BT sports etc... Some nice original paintings we guessed produced by the owner added some character and for the mothers, the fact that Russell Crowe had also stayed at the house provided some smiles!Location wise then you can't ask for more. Walking distance to Tenby South beach, 5 mins from local village pub offering great value and tasty food, and 30 mins drive to some of the best beaches in the uk. Freshwater West and Barafundle Bay were both recommended by Jeff and didn't disappoint. Tenby town itself is walkable, we did it several times with the dog and two young kids. Loads of pubs serving great beer and food. Our favourites included the Bay Tree and Plantagenet.In summary, nice spacious house, great location and well equipped to satisfy most parties.A great holiday!"
Mrs Amanda Robb - verified booking
"The property description on the website is a fair one. We found everything much as we expected, and hoped for, as a couple of friends who wanted to explore this beautiful coastal area, walking every day but coming back to cook meals in the evenings. The cottage was more than well-equipped for our purposes. We liked the easy parking and the good light inside. The good-sized fridge was so useful in the hot weather, but we struggled a little without fans in the converted roof bedrooms. Pack light nightwear in summer! The roof lights do open, which helped a little. We appreciated the good storage space upstairs for our clothing - lots of drawers and hanger space. This is an end cottage on a busy road, so families with young children or less mobile people might find it a bit too far to walk into Tenby regularly, but we actually enjoyed the 20 minute energetic yomp most days, to and from the town, even loaded with supermarket shopping! It was very quiet in the evenings. There are some pretty countryside walks very close by for evening/morning strolls. The patio garden was by the road and you have to go out the front door and through a gate to reach it, but it’s safely enclosed, and it did provide a shady outdoor area to escape the heat. Overall, a very comfortable stay in a well-renovated, thoughtfully equipped, interesting little cottage! Recommend it! "
LINDA - verified booking
"Reasonably comfortable for my dog and myself, but definitely not 4 star.I left a list of improvements needed to bathroom and kitchen in the guest book.Others and some of those listed include:It would be very tight to fit 4 people to eat at the dining table in the kitchen. There wasn't any cups and saucers, there was ill matched, poor quality cutlery and very poor lighting.The linen provided was spotless, but a shower mat was needed. The shower cubicle base sealant is discoloured and needs replacing, as is the sealant around the bathroom window. I agree the bungalow could smell sweeter, the carpets would possibly benefit from a shampoo.Obviously originally very well fitted out, but the bungalow has become a bit tired over the years it has been rented out.The cookies were lovely, but can hardly be called a welcome pack in comparison with what is now normally provided in other rentals.A lovely very quiet location, but I wouldn't recommend this as a 4 star property in it's current state."
Mrs Susan Oliver - verified booking
"The location of the property was just right. Nice and quiet and about a 5 minute drive from Tenby town centre. Had 2 reserved parking spaces for each cottage. The property was perfect for us with 2 good sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms as well as a toilet downstairs. It has modern furniture with good appliances including washing machine and dishwasher. Beautifully clean. Couldn't find fault with it. Tenby was beautiful with lovely beaches with a lovely town centre with a mixture of shops. Would definitely visit "The Nook" and "The Cranny". Excellent fish & chips at Park Road Fish and Chop Shop. Plenty of places to eat and drink and has the added bonus of a Sainsbury's if you want to cater for yourself. Couldn't believe how cheap it was to park in the card park for the whole day. Just £4 for 24 hours. Would also definitely visit Barafundle Bay beach. Outstanding!"