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Torver Self Catering
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Torver.
Andy - verified booking
"Spacious and comfortable cottage with two good bathrooms and an "overspill" shower room. Excellent facilities and equipment. The "one-night's" worth of coal and logs did us for three nights with some still left! Bikes had to be stored in the utlity shower room as there isn't room in the lean-to (cleaned first of course). Covered area outside is a bit ugly but a lovely sun trap if it's shining! Fair way from Coniston but using the old rail track behind the property enables road-free walking if you need to leave the car behind. Two nice pubs in the village both serve great food although the nearest one isn't as child friendly as the Wilson Arms. Village store stocks basic essentials and succeeds as a small deli. Easy access to all southern Lakes areas (Langdales, Ambleside and Grasmere) and The Old Man can be climbed from the front door, albeit with a bit of a hike. The North Face bike trail at Grizedale is easily accessed from here and there are several nice walks only a few miles away, Tarn Hows (just north of Coniston) being particularly enjoyable. Great base in a superb area. We would definitely stay at Brookfield again. Highly recommended!"
Louise - verified booking
"We were let down by another company so this was a last minute booking & the area was busy so we were lucky to find somewhere. The friendly owner greeted us on arrival and was very helpful . The cottage itself just didn't feel very clean , all the kitchen equipment we used had to be washed . The bathrooms were grubby. The kitchen table was squeezed into a tiny space and it was virtually impossible to get 6 people around the table without climbing under the table . The basket of logs provided for the windburner was damp so we had to buy more. We returned from a Lakeland trails run at 3pm and the heating & hot water was off and there was no way of adjusting the boiler . However the beds were comfortable and the location excellent ! I would highly recommend the nearby Wilson's Arms for great food and friendly staff. Overall a good stay but not worth the price we paid compared to other very high end properties we have stayed in previously ."
Robert - verified booking
"Best cottage we've every stayed in. Within walking distance of 2 very good pubs, both serving food and real ale. Well located to visit the towns and villages around Coniston and Windermere. Has a large garden and is set back far enough from the road that you hardly hear any traffic. The rooms are very clean and all are very spacious especially the lounge where you can easily seat 8 people in comfort. The kitchen is well appointed and has an Aga, if you want to test your cooking skills but there's also a modern oven/hob if you want something more precise. There's a car port around the back of the property where we locked our bikes overnight, with no problem.It really is a great base to walk or cycle from and we'd recommend it to anyone."
Previous guest - verified booking
"The Old Dairy Cottage is a lovely barn conversion and is a lot more spacious inside than the photos would have you believe. Every luxury is included - dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, microwave, oven, TV, DVD etc. The only bad point was the smoky smell in the front room which I would guess was from the previous guests using the log burner. It was easy to find though and has beautiful views from the front of the property. It is only 5 minutes drive from the nearest town of Coniston and about 35 mins from Keswick, which has a great market on a Saturday. Coniston is a lovely little town/ village too and Coniston Waters is a nice place to chill out and relax. June 2011. "
Sue - verified booking
"Very comfortable and clean holiday cottage with comfy beds and sofas, well equiped kitchen. We ordered a Tesco delivery so would have appreciated a larger fridge at the start of the week to store our fresh food but there was a freezer and plenty of cupboard space. Also a radio in the kitchen might have been a nice addition but there was a TV with blueray DVD in the lounge. Plenty of space including a large dining table and an outside table. Lovely views in all directions, easy lakeside walks and mountain walks straight from the door. Church, shop and pub a short walk away, and Coniston only about 5 minutes drive. Would recommend."