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Alma - verified booking
"Overall great place to stay. Lovely little blacksmiths terrace cottage, beautifully furnished inside and out, with most facilities well thought out and considered.Ninn left us with fresh milk and some Parkin cake which was a nice touch. She has lots of leaflets on places to go in the local vicinity so you don’t need to do to much homework before you arrive.The kitchen is small but fully equipped with a oven, microwave, sink and all the pans, crockery and utensils that you are likely to need.The bathroom is on the ground floor and has a lovely waterfall shower which can be switched to a normal shower head if needed.The bedroom is above the living room and has a very comfortable bed and bedding. We opted for the bed to be made up as a double but it could be separated as two singles if preferred. The cottage is in central Clitheroe so within easy reach if everything in the town. The only negative is that parking is slightly difficult as you are relying on availability of parking in the street on a first come first served basis. We did park on the Majestic car park around the corner if there wasn’t a space in the road which was alright but a bit of a pain when we arrived and wanted to unload our luggage.Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the cottage and would recommend it for couples wanting a weekend away."
Marjorie - verified booking
"Enjoyed our stay and the children liked the upside down house. However, we had problem with no cold water on the first night, which was resolved and possibly because of power cut at the bore hole. The drive was steeper than advertised/expected, especially the final bit. We knew the centre section was unsurfaced but it had some very deep ruts in it. There were also 2 gates to open & shut. This needs to be more clearly advertised. It was a long way from the upstairs bedroom to the bathrooms and could have done with a toilet on first floor (in area of utility room??) as bad on the knees for some.The property was roomy, well equipped and the key holder very helpful. Day we could have sat outside it rained but that wasn't the cottage's fault!! The view was beautiful and The Pendle Inn in Barley good for evening meal."
Roger - verified booking
"Location was very good but spoilt by poorly equipped cottage. Everything supplied felt like the cheapest you could get.Cottage was not very clean when we arrived. We found some 'Pills' on the floor in the bedroom -no idea what they were! Kitchen blind fell out of ceiling when we tried to close it!!!!Kitchen equipment was limited and not clean. Saucepans had burnt food all over the inside of pans, as did the frying pan, the plates/bowls mostly chipped -need to be replaced. We were not prepared to use them - unhygienic to say the least.Opened wardrobe in bedroom and the wardrobe almost on top of me !!Best local food at 'The Old Stone Trough' Good quality, good price, very friendly, and also dog friendly."
Zoe - verified booking
"No wow factor. Views cannot be easily seen from the sitting and dining area,windows very small. But maybe due to planning permission? Total layout was wrong. Spent most time up and down stairs. 2 bathrooms on ground floor and yet on remaining 2 floors no wc. Had problems with the water system which meant that for 2 days had plumbers in the property. A no go place for anyone with mobility problems,even minor. Also there's a public footpath at the side of the property so if you're really wanting somewhere isolated and away from civilisation then it's really not the place. If you book this cottage then it's worth checking before you go that the water is working as it should as very unsympathetic owner!"
Eva - verified booking
"We had a great time at Alondra cottage – it's greatest feature has to be the stunning views of the Pendle hills with no building interrupting, but we also found it nicely decorated and maintained, well equipped for our needs, and much more spacious than we had anticipated - there were two of us but the cottage would easily accommodate two couples as there are two upstairs bathrooms and three bedrooms. Families with small or quite bouncy children may need to know though that there are quite a lot of china and other ornaments in the rooms. Finding milk in the fridge and fresh flowers on the table was very much appreciated, as was being picked up from the station."