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Samantha - verified booking
"This house was once owned by my great Aunt. She lived there for many years since she was a child. We would call into see her every day and we often stayed with her as she was quite elderly - she was 97 when she died. It was once a working farm and I still remember cows in the fields and sheep opposite her house. As children, we would pick raspberries from the garden and sell corn on the cobs from the front of the house. We used to shout 'Cooeee' as we walked down the 'passage' to let her know that we had arrived. The house is old and creaky with many tales of spooky things going on and bumps in the night. Stories of smugglers, murderers and hangings abound. As a family we all experienced things that we could not explain. Doors opening and closing and foot steps heard. The pantry door would slide open at night and a general feeling of being watched and followed felt. Despite this and the fact that the internal layout of the house has changed somewhat since then, the feeling of welcome and warmth has not. I could still picture where my great Aunt's favourite arm chair sat. The door into the now lounge is the same and still requires the knack to fully latch and unlatch it. Hearing the familiar click as it fell into place made me giggle. As a child, I used to sit on that door step a touch the wood as it was smooth and aged. It was a wonderful feeling for me to be able to go back to Aunty Gert's house. We had a fabulous, relaxing and comfortable stay. "
David - verified booking
"The bungalow was pleasant and comfortable. We would have preferred the hot water not to have been reliant on an immersion heater. The bathroom needed a brighter bulb in the ceiling light and lighting fitted above the mirror. It was chilly in the bathroom first thing in the morning because the towel rail was never on. There was a constant loud ticking from a timer in one of the kitchen cupboards. The dog blanket should have been in a basket and not on the leather suite. Even so, it was worthy of a nine.On arrival, we were upset to find that the owners also run a caravan and camper van site and dog training classes in their grounds. If this had been mentioned in either the property details or reviews, we would have not booked. Even worse, was the lack of privacy. Opposite the kitchen sink window is a screened area for waste disposal and chemical toilet emptying. Attached to the bathroom is a toilet for the campers, which could be heard in the bathroom and bedroom, when flushed. It was not unusual for someone to be standing by the bathroom window, whilst holding a gate open."
Kevin - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our week stay at Goodrest. The cottage was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. The location is very quiet and well away from traffic but close enough to Verwood town centre by foot(10 minute walk). The owners are extremely helpful and friendly and gave us a guided tour of the property on arrival. If you like motorbikes, ask Brian to show you his collection of classic machines. We would definitely go back again without a doubt!. Verwood has a Tesco Express, a family Butchers and a branch of Costos and there's a family friendly public house 6-7 minutes walk from the cottage. There's also a new Morrison's store opened up recently 2-3 minutes away by car."
Chris - verified booking
"We both (plus the dog) enjoyed our stay at this cottage with it's 2 ensuites. The accommodation was quite spacious and clean. The twin bedded room and the living areas are all light and airy while the double bedroom is darker with less window area and overgrown hedging not far away. The parking is safely off road in a courtyard. A public footpath runs directly behind the cottage giving immediate access to open countryside and a variety of easy off-lead walking for our dog. slightly further afield is Craneborne Chase and the New Forest. The cottage is sited at the edge of Verwood with a choice of eating places and a large supermarket within minutes drive."
Nicky - verified booking
"The cottage could really do with some soft furnishings such as cushions to make it feel more homely. Towels as standard. Hooks on the walls for coats. Also at extra charge the use of a tumble dryer & decent TV such as Sky or Virgin (not limited Freeview) also not having a freezer is big disadvantage, there is a small amount of room in a communal freezer in the owners garage! The guest book dates back to 2005 in which a lot of these things we're suggested but nothing has been done about them! Also little touches like a bottle of wine on arrival as so many other cottages I've stayed in have done. Little touches make memorable holidays..."