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John - verified booking
"Beautiful location and potentially a very nice cottage but so many niggling defects that make you wonder if the owners really understand quality and hospitality, particularly since many of these things have been mentioned by previous reviewers to the barns. The latch on the master bedroom door jammed shut so that anyone inside was trapped. We had to get help to lift the door open from the outside but then nothing was done during our stay to rectify this problem. See the review of September 2017 when clients mentioned exactly the same problem so its been known about for almost a year. Some other examples - none of the uplighting worked; there were no light bulbs in the bedside lamps in the master bedroom; the outside light didn't work; absolutely nowhere to hang clothes in the second bedroom - no hooks or wardrobe and we were down for a wedding so had lots that needed hanging; no hooks for coats anywhere downstairsThere were no bin bags under the sink despite what the (grubby) information said; only three tablemats for a cottage catering for 4 guests; coasters were torn around the edges; only 4 mugs and one cup; no kitchen scissors; iron but no ironing boardNo reference in the information to where on the farm the utility room and the shared freezer were located. In respect to hospitality, the property was simply unlocked for us on arrival, but no information was offered and we saw no one else during our visit. A strangely hands-off approach. Its a real pity as they have the makings of an excellent experience at Netherbridge but this was our poorest cottage experience to date. I think what really got to us is that almost all of the things we have mentioned above have been listed by previous visitors to the Netherbridge barns."
Maria - verified booking
"The cottage and the owner were a delight. The cottage was so well finished and equipped that it felt more like staying at a home than a holiday rental. It was very well suited to dogs with wooden floors downstairs and a good sized balcony, not to mention the hosepipe at the bottom of the entrance stairway. Cotton linen, feather duvets, a choice of feather or synthetic pillows and good towels were a plus too.We are lucky enough to live in a very quiet, rural location: this felt like a home from home. Beautifully peaceful.I had reservations when booking about the lack of garden, but the dogs were happy with a quick trip down the lane when necessary and we spent all day walking so there were no complaints from our canine companions. There is a wonderful, traditional Devon pub a ten minute walk away and we didn't feel like we had to drive anywhere. Coincidentally we did find that all of our walks seemed to end at the pub. A map of Dartmoor was useful; there is free roaming on Dartmoor so you can just wander without the need for a walking book. There is also very helpfully a map provided on the wall of the cottage.The shower room is compact but so cleverly designed that it was not a problem. I had concerns about previous comments regarding space, especially as we are a tall family, but we will definitely return. We came home much more rested than we would normally expect after a week off. Thanks Mel!"
Aideen - verified booking
"A very charming little cottage, with parking and a garden. Sampford Courtenay is ideally situated for exploring. The downside to the cottage is that it is on a crossroads and the traffic noise is incessant night and day. We appreciate it's hay making time but numerous lorries and tankers pass through there. Sadly that would stop us returning. The ground floor living area is lovely and provides everything you need. However there were two problems upstairs. In the smaller bedroom the mattress needs replacing, it had a huge dip in the middle, which was aggravated by the sloping floorboards, we tried turning it over but it was still the same, so did not provide support or a comfortable nights sleep. In the main bedroom the floorboards slope in all sorts of directions but the biggest problem is that there is a step up in the middle of the room which is fine during the day but when dark is easy to forget, and my husband tripped over it but luckily wasn't injured. Other guests have mentioned it and a danger tape has been stuck on it but as previously suggested, if the floor was levelled with a step at the door to the bedroom the problem would be resolved."
Kay - verified booking
"A great find in Badger Barn . I would highly recommend as it was of a high standard, and looking at all the surrounding barns they all looked of the same quality. Cosy and inviting but perhaps being at the end of the season we felt the cleanliness was not a ten. I found several cobwebs and the kitchen worktops had crumbs and dried food left on them.....which I cleaned before using. Oh yes the fire needs a bulb to make it glow.Lovely hot water but what a racket to get it....air in the pipes which made our dog whimper. We would return one day, but feel we need to be further down in Cornwall next time due to long distances to travel to the coast.Thank you for gorgeous fluffy towels on the hot towel rails."
Fiona - verified booking
"This cottage was located in a pretty, secluded village with little traffic and with the sound of the Milton Brook nearby and owls hooting in the trees at night, it was very restful and yet very close to Plymouth and Tavistock, with lovely places to visit nearby including The Garden House and Buckland Abbey. Although there is a good pub in the village, there is no convenience store and we had to go a little way to find a newspaper, but this was only a minor niggle and we found the cottage very comfortable and with its three floors, surprisingly spacious - everything was spotless, easy to use, and clearly labelled - wish we could have stayed longer. The owners were very welcoming and helpful."