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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In West Sussex.
James - verified booking
"On arrival the house smelled stale and slightly dusty. The garden patio and furniture was covered in clumps of moss that had fallen off the roof and had been there for some weeks. The grass had also not been cut for weeks and was quite long. It appeared to me that the house had not been looked at since last occupant and that certainly no one had checked house prior to our booking. The amenities in house are great and is very comfortable, however the restrictions for pet not being able to go on chairs or go into bedrooms in welcome pack are not in cottages .com description of property and I probably would not have booked had I been aware. I have booked other properties where owners offer covers for chairs or advise to take your own covers. Many dogs will not settle in a strange house unless close to owners and my dog was unhappy constantly going up and down the creaking stairs all night disturbing my sleep as he could only be in hallway or kitchen at night. The stairs and bedroom floors are incredibly noisy, creaking and cracking when you walked on them and were quite annoying. Add the request of owner that as it is a quiet area you respect the neighbours by keeping the noise down I spent to much time considering their needs rather than relaxing and enjoying break. The neighbours are extremely friendly and the local area has everything you need in shops food beach, etc. Apart from the floors which would need a builder my other concerns are easily rectifiable and I would book again if changed for as previously stated it is comfortable with great amenities and the area is great."
A - verified booking
"It was a great surprise to us that the holiday location was in the middle of a housing estate, the path towards the front door was broken and therefore made it difficult for my 91 Mother to negotiation. The interior was very dull and beige, the carpets badly needed a clean, inside of the washing machine rubber rim was black with mould. We had to ring the manager because there was no heating or hot water, after a while we located the cupboard which had the switch in (it was locked) another call gave us the code. The bathroom had a number of small black insects on the floor (looked like wood lice) and the floor was dirty especially around the edges. The garden was very un-kept with a broken mirror on the back fence which was very dangerous. The television was a nightmare, the instructions left did not make sense so could not be used. However, the neighbours either side were very nice and helpful."
Meryl - verified booking
"A truly wonderful cottage, very comfortable, and equipped with everything you could possibly need on holiday. It has been converted to a very high standard. The view from the front of the cottage is across fields and farmland - when we arrived there were sheep and lambs in the field immediately outside, and it was lovely watching the lambs running and jumping about. If you are looking for peace and quiet, look no further! The owner was very welcoming and helpful, without being intrusive. She provided a Welcome Pack worthy of the name - tea, coffee, sugar, milk, butter, bread, fresh farm eggs, and a lovely homemade lemon drizzle cake.We would love to return at some time in the future."
Samantha - verified booking
"The owners should really listen to feedback and address concerns previously raised. The toilet does not flush properly, the shower leaks everywhere, the fridge needed defrosting, the microwave was missing enamel and the vacuum cleaner smelt disgusting and spat out more bits than it picked up. The location is really not dog friendly as is on a very very busy road. You step out onto a very small pavement with hardly any room to lock the door and keep your dog safe from the heavy traffic. On a plus, The garden is a nice little sun trap and the beds were very comfortable. There was no welcome pack which is the first time this has happened to me and missing a very nice touch for guests. The town of storrington acts as a nice base for the West Sussex area."
David - verified booking
"The cottage itself is well appointed and quite comfortable. It is situated in the centre of the village close to a dog friendly pub and an Indian takeaway, both 30 metres. There is a lovely bakers about 50 metres which bakes on the premises. There is a Cooperative village store directly opposite and a good chippy about 100 metres away.Although the cottage is comfy and well appointed it is small with steep stairs to the bedroom and bathroom. It must also be said that the backyard is very small so if you have anything larger than a jack russell be warned.Parking is on street and on a first come first served basis so don’t expect to park right outside."