Holiday Cottages In St. Endellion To Rent
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Ann - verified booking
"We have given a very low score for cleanliness as on arrival we found the cottage hadn’t been cleaned since the previous occupants left, beds unusable as bed linen was dirty and so were all of the towels. We were unable to unpack or to shower and spent our first night after a eight hour journey on the sofa and the chair in the lounge. We were unable to contact yourselves or the owner as there was’nt a mobile signal in Port Isaac. This was resolved the next day and a cleaner arrived about midday, she was most apologetic although she wasn’t at fault.Generally the standard of cleanliness we have come to expect having stayed in previous holiday rentals was sadly lacking. The kitchen cupboards were very musty, the cooker was greasy, the sofa and chair in the lounge were stained and dirty. Also there were cobwebs in corners and a number of faulty lightbulbs. The second bedroom was swamped by the bed therefore it lacked a set-up to get ready. The main bedroom lacked any storage or hanging space for clothes and we lived out of our suitcases for the entire holiday. As it is an attic room we realise space is tight but a chest of drawers would easily have fitted into the space taken up by a blanket box. Maybe hanging could have been fitted between the rafters.In addition a dishwasher rather than a washing machine would have been much more appreciated. Basic items were not provided eg. A cafetière, salt and pepper grinders were empty. No welcome pack on arrival either. Although the cottage is marketed as being dog friendly dogs are only allowed downstairs, this should be made clear as the lounge is on the first floor."
Kate - verified booking
"We all enjoyed S20720 , the best part being it’s location although getting to it and parking was a pain. It was equipped well but thought the washing machine a waste of time and space as no where to dry any washing ? A dishwasher would be far more useful . We had a giggle each time the loft toilet was used as we had never seen one like these in action , so noisy! but hey better than not having one .We all struggled trying to close doors as none of them closed hence I suddenly realised the reason for big balls of rope door stops in every room , the only way sometimes to keep the doors shut . I got stuck in the main bathroom as the latch stuck ...again causing fits of laughter . We thought the cottage quirky , cosy and did feel at home , the only reason we wouldn’t stay again was that I didn’t take into account as hubby complained not much of a view, he likes to see the sea and enjoys watching life going on around , so that’s my fault . I wouldnt hesitate in recommending S20720 to others though,although I do think on reflection the letting rate was a bit high, but there again it was tastefully furnished , with nice quality items but it’s sad that others did not treat it like home as the covers on the most comfortable lounge furniture were a bit dirty in places , we tried turning them over but they were worse the other side . Oh the beds were lovely to sleep on , with nice clean sheets so in all , we did have a nice stay ."
Anthony - verified booking
"St. Illex is a fantastic house with everything you need that you would normally expect in your own home. Sitting on the terrace with a glass of G&T looking across to Tintagel and the ocean is amazing. Our 2 dogs had an ample sized garden, completely secure, to run free in and with my 2 daughters and their partners staying with us this is a perfect place to enjoy a family meal together, have a barbeque or to use as a great base to explore the rest of the county. The adjacent farm with the sheep and chickens roaming in the field next door added further rural charm to our stay.It was a slight shame that due to the steep hills and lack of footpaths leading down into Port Gaverne and further on into Port Isaac that we couldn't really walk with the dogs as one is getting on a bit and parking can be restrictive. However this is not really a criticism just something to be mindful of if you have members of your party who may be getting on in years and struggle with hills (either 2 or 4 legged!).The Pilchards and The Port Gaverne hotel are great places to eat and drink as well as the Star Gazey restaurant in Port Isaac.....all fairly close by (5 minutes in the car)Everybody was very sad to leave and we would definitely like to return to St. Illex in the not too distant future.Superb holiday home."
Jane - verified booking
"S20720 is pint-sized luxury accommodation in a distinctively charming location. Port Isaac is like some Italian fishing village reeking with allure.The listing says “dogs welcome”, but a more accurate descriptions would be “dogs welcome in kitchen”. The owners request that you keep any dogs contained to the kitchen and provide a baby gate to block of the rest of the property from them. Our dogs were not so happy to be exiled there during our stay (coincidentally, the command to punish my childhood dog was “Kitchen” which sent him off to his bed in the kitchen).The whole property is a bit squoze in. The second bedroom has a bed that is more of a one-and-half sized bed than a proper double bed. And even then it pretty much fills the room so completely that you can barely walk around it. The main bedroom is situated on the "top floor", aka converted attic crawl space. And crawl you do have to do most of the tie to get around it. It's 5’ 8” at the apex, but that means that most of the room is half that height. Still, my wife was pleased that I was forced to use the toilet sitting down.The property is beautifully decorated and maintained, and is located superbly in the heart of this great seaside destination, but be prepared for cozy accommodation at bedtime."
Glen - verified booking
"Saundry’s Barn is an ingenious conversion of an old barn used originally by a fish merchant called Saundry to store his fish cart. The owner, Dennis Knight is a modern day fish merchant who lives nearby and the first owner in my experience to knock at the door to check that we were happy with everything. There is a car parking space reached on foot by a footpath up a few steps nearly opposite in a yard behind some shops and the Ruby Tuesday Cafe. There is a map and directions in the Cottage as to how to reach this by road. You can stop to unload in front of a block of three garages just next to the Cottage. There is no Wi-Fi in the Cottage and the only mobile phone signals in Port Isaac are EE and 3. The EE signal was weak to non-existent inside the Cottage. The 3 signal looked even weaker. There was a second TV on the wall in the bedroom. The Cottage was very clean and comfortable and had everything that we needed. Port Isaac is a short walk down from the Cottage and is really lovely with some excellent restaurants and little shops. If you walk up the hill from the Cottage there is a well-stocked Co-op Store very nearby. Major supermarkets are in the larger towns nearby."