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Tenby Self Catering
Glenvale - HW7436
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Tenby.
George - verified booking
"Where do I begin? Upon first arrival, cold, stale and damp smelling. Superficially clean, layered with dust on sills, blinds, toilet room ,tv, fireplace, artificial plants etc. The Kitchen : Cooker hob blistered with rust (damp) and scattered with crumbs. Cutlery tray full of left over crumbs from previous occupants, remnants of food still on plates, sink draining board bows in the middle, so ponds. It would benefit from laminate wood flooring throughout, not just the kitchen/hallway as the carpets are impregnated with dog hairs, just walking around brought them to the top in clumps! Living room: carpet and rug embedded with dog hair, freestanding fireplace not fastened to the wall, so a hazard to young kids. The electric fire sounds like a motorbike when you turn the fan on. Bookcase full of books you’ll never read, dvds you’ll never watch and music cds you’ve never heard of. Bedrooms: double room spacious , bed set in 1970’s fitted wardrobe/cupboard thing, fitted bedside lights that high you’ve to get up to turn on/off and main light on a pull cord of similar hight above bed. Bed fitted with an ancient heated blanket, with a plastic block about the size of a box of cooks matches which my ankle found , so had to start stripping the bed in the middle of the first night to remove it. The twin room is only just ( by about six inches between beds) with similar built in single wardrobe/ cupboard effigy. This carpet also had dog hair delight. Toilet room: cobwebby, dusty, damp, leaky toilet. Frosted glass window into communal stairwell behind shabby blinds. Bathroom: shower head needs a thorough clean, blocked jets and brown residue in gaps. To enter the property , there’s a communal outside door which was kept unlocked, into a largish stairwell, with the flat’s door facing you as you enter. There’s no vision into the stairwell from the flat as all these windows have frosted glass. Now, when someone rattles your door viciously at one am, there’s no way you can see who it is, from the twin room you can see the outside door is closed, and theres no light in the stairwell you can control, what do you do? Phone the police? You’ll have a job, there’s no phone signal ( and I mean no phone signal!) without going outside, and to do that you’ve to cross the secluded stairwell where whoever has attempted to open your door may still be lingering! There are phone sockets in the flat, so it needs an emergency 999 phone at least. There’s no wifi in the flat either, to the kids delight! The rear outside two tiered patio is green with damp and slippery when wet. The three foot drop between levels has no wall or rail even to separate, just a sheer drop. And with no lights at night is dark and precarious. It does have a bbq with what can only be described as penicillin growing all over the grills if that takes your fancy, although you’ll have to empty the ash out from previous use first! All in all, we paid 5* price for Easter, to stay in a 2* property ( and thats being generous!) . N.b. We reported the front door incident to the owners point of contact (as they were away) , and he was a rude, obnoxious and insulting individual, who accused me of making it up! Yeah, because I’ve nothing else better to do when I’m on holiday with my family. This flat could be a hundred times better with a bit of attention to detail, a though clean, outside lights front and rear, and a coded lock on the communal door to stop absolutely anybody getting in!"
Tim - verified booking
"When we arrived at Arch Barn the sun was shining and it looked wonderful but I was initially disappointed when I saw the rotten wood at the bottom of the patio door, if this was rotten what other problems would we find? The rot had left a 2" hole which I had to block with a baking tray but on entering the barn you walk into a large well equipped kitchen. Some food supplies were provided which were much appreciated. The sitting room was comfortably set out with a large TV in the corner which unfortunately had a problem with reception although it was watchable. The double bedroom was comfortable, the other two rooms were basic and one of the beds on the ground floor had a broken frame. The upstairs bathroom was very clean but on entering the shower room which is off the kitchen we were all delighted to see a very clean modern setup. As our visit was towards the end of the holiday season the barn is no doubt due for some maintenance but to holiday in a building like this adds to the break from the normal routine of life. Overall the barn is in a lovely part of the country and makes a good base from which to venture out. With the expectation that repairs would be carried out I would recommend Arch Barn to friends."
Joanna - verified booking
"The cottage is in a brilliant location - so close to town and two beaches moments away, one of which South Beach was beautiful, really clean and even had a coffee shop. We would really reccomend Penbroke Castle for an excellent family day out, but found Oaklands Theme Park very disappointing as several of the main rides were not running.The cottage in some ways was better than expected but there were a couple of things which really let it down. The 2ft6' beds are more like cot beds and are tiny adn the mattressess very springy. The room is big enough for a standard size set of bunk beds which would be much much better. The other thing was the smell of damp downstairs, which i believe is from the fan not staying on long enough after you turn the lights off, so if you have a shower the damp air hangs around, as do toilet smells. The rooms are pretty with good decor - i loved the duvet cover so much in Bed 1 that i have been out and bought one! The kitchen was excellent much better than expected and i think you should have a photo of it on the website. If the bunk beds were installed and the fan altered downstairs i would definatly stay again."
Mrs Ayland - verified booking
"Habitabities is a lovely house on the outskirts of Tenby - you will need a car. There is a bus service that goes past the property but it's difficult to work out where exactly you wait for it. Every room has king size or super king size beds with loads of pillows and cushions and all rooms apart from one have an ensuite shower or bathroom. One bedroom is on the ground floor which is useful for people with mobility problems. The window in this room cannot be opened so the owners have thoughtfully supplied a Dyson blade fan to ensure adequate air flow, although I should add that the room is at the back of the house so does not seem to get too much sun and there is an ensuite with a window that opens. The kitchen is well stocked with utensils, mugs, glasses, plates etc a freezer and a washer dryer and there are two toasters and two kettles for large groups. The owner has pretty much thought of everything. The house was beautifully clean, had Freeview television, a case of books including local guides and plenty of space for storing luggage, beach items etc. I would highly recommend it to large families or groups."
Martin - verified booking
"We did have some issues regarding being unable to lock bathroom / toilet doors and some light bulbs needed replacing. The owner was away, but passed on our concerns to the daughter, and these problems were resolved just before we left. We also brought to the owner that the washing line needed replacing as we had no where to hang our washing ie swimwear / towels, and they listened to our concerns, but unfortunately it was too late for us, but hopefully the next person will benefit from a new line. Whilst the house was generally clean ie bath / toilet were clean, there was a lot of dust and cobwebs around the back of beds, etc and so we gave it a lower cleaniless rating. There were only one towel rails and no clothes drier to hang wet towels. Lastly there were some missing utensils from the kitchen such as no serving spoon or slotted spoon, so we had to dish up food like rice with a desert spoon ! Very messy !! The cottage was very pleasant and welcoming, but it was very frustrating to discover things like this missing when cooking meals !"