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Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We visited mid-November and there was snow. The cottage was cold, despite having the wood stove burning all weekend, we just couldn't get the front room warm enough for my mother, 76, who ended up wearing her outdoor jacket inside trying to keep warm. The cottage is ok. It's a bit unloved, with chipped crockery, etc and some of the DIY is frankly amateurish (smoke sensor mounted on the corner of a door? Another is mounted vertically in the bedroom so that the LED flashes in your eyes at night...). Some of the cooking dishes were a bit grim and needed a scrub (which we had to ask for, along with dishwasher tablets, not sure if these are normally provided).Like some other reviews point out, there are lots of animals on the farm which is nice for the kids. Gini and everyone running the farm is lovely and very friendly. The area around the farm is fantastic for woodland walks and the views are incredible. There are a lot of dogs however, and a result, dog poo. Don't get me wrong, I love dogs and we befriended several over the weekend. But if you have children you need to warn them if they play on the grass verges around the farm that there is dog poo absolutely everywhere. Bit grim when you're building a snowman to keep finding it under the snow! But for me personally I left with a bitter taste in my mouth, or rather a bitten leg. As we drove off in the van, I'd left the boot open. Madam comes running out to tell us, followed by her pack of dogs. I get out to shut the boot, the dogs run up barking like mad and start biting my legs. One left two holes in the back of calf and drew blood. Wasn't impressed, and had to consider whether to get a tetanus jab when we got back.Fair enough if you want to keep dogs, but letting your dogs bite the visitors is unacceptable. I'm sorry to have to relate this part of the weekend, but it wasn't a good way to end what had been a nice stay until that point."
Richard - verified booking
"Accomodation is extremely good and for a family of nine it is perfect. The large open-plan lounge/dining room with a lofty ceiling, ample seating (two sofas and three single comfy chairs and a large dining table, seating ten, is excellent. A log burning stove and guard and a good flat screen tv.Kitchen area could do with more storage space but then the area is not overlarge, good work tops however. The oversized hob extractor had us hitting our heads on it - needs to be higher or smaller!Access to the on-suite showers with the sliding doors was difficult due to the narrow gap and the doors easily fell off if knocked on entry. No heat to the towel-rails making it a problem to dry swim suits and towels after a shower or a dip in the swimming pool. We did ask but were told the boiler was not on this time of the year, but we could put them in the games room! The swimming pool complex, however, is very good and we enjoyed it every day.The 'games-room' now no longer has a table-tennis table and the resricted space (due, we assume, to this area now being the laundry building and hence very hot) prevented us approaching the pool-table in two directions to play. A very dated PC is available here along with a load of old mags and well used games. No seating - there's no room! This facility does not come up to expectations.We loved the garden-space with large table and chairs and the goats just over the fence, who were very friendly. A play area for small children is OK. "
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"A lovely property but some areas are a bit tired, especially the kitchen appliances, for example the fridge did not have a handle, several lights didn't work including the hob extractor light, temperature markings on hob had worn off etc, tempremental two slice toaster was not acceptable for 10 person property. Also the whirlpool bath didn't work. We also expected to be able to look around the organic farm as mentioned in the property details but we were told on arrival this wasn't possible, and a farm wasn't the place for children. Having 5 children with us this was a bit disappointing as we had told them we would be able to go on the farm. We also expected there to be a farm shop as shown on the pictures where we would be able to get essentials such as bread, milk and eggs but this wasn't open and looked like it hadn't been for some time. Saying this we still had a lovely time and it there was plenty to do in the surrounding area. This could be a lovely property but for the price there needs to be more attention to detail and the property details definitely need to be updated to avoid guests being disappointed."
Alison - verified booking
"We have just returned after a weeks holiday in forester's cottage..it has been fantastic, not only the location is spectacular, Ginni and her family couldn't of made our stay anymore welcoming & relaxing!We have been to the cottage previously, and second time around did not disappoint.The cottage has everything you could require and more, it is extremely comfortable and cosey, which is perfect for either one of the lovely walks from the door step or further afield. You can step out of your front door and are immediately within boltby forest, and easily onto the Cleveland way, our dog loved it and it was safe for him to run freely.We also enjoyed yummy homemade cake with a pot of tea, and also offering beers and mulled cider, a perfect stop at the High Paradise Tea rooms which again is on your doorstep.If you are looking for beautiful scenery, tranquillity, and time away from everything, then this is the place for you! Thank you so much again for a fantastic treasured holiday, we will certainly be returning! Alison, Donna & Woody x"
Sheila - verified booking
"Whilst we enjoyed our stay there, we had 2 toddlers aged 14 months and 11 months and felt the property was unsuitable for this age. There were 3 cupboards in the lounge/dining area easily accessible to these toddlers and were full of crockery. We had to empty them. One of the cupboards was glass fronted and we had to block it off. The kitchen was open plan and we had to block this off to prevent the toddlers going in. One serious hazard was the kettle. The sockets were at hip level and had a trailing lead, which the toddlers could easily pull, thus pulling over the kettle. Apart from that!! we enjoyed our stay. We were impressed with the fully equipped kitchen, although it took a while to get used to the cooker. We were not encouraged to 'participate in farming activities' as suggested in your blurb and, in fact, were kept away from the animals. We could not get in to see the rabbits or the hens. We rarely saw the owners to ask."