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Dee - verified booking
"My biggest disappointment is that this complex of about 14 or more barn extensions which have been newly built, have not been made accessible for disabled people. This made me quite sad in this day and age, it would not have cost anything for the access to have been ramped rather than building one step up into the accommodations as they have. Their response was it is not advertised as disabled friendly, which is quite hurtful to be alienated like this. Once you are in the building it would have been totally accessible then. Also outside there was no drop kerb to get from the accommodations to some of the facilities such as the laundry or the shared garden areas, which could have been easily done, especially at the step of the laundry which has now caused a water logged area directly into the laundry. A drop kerb could have meant that we could access the accommodation through the bedroom at least. Shame no consideration was given in the build for disabled people and young families. There were at least two of us wheelchair users in the complex at the time also families there with prams, who would have found the access valuable. The barn style accommodations were nice, fitted out with Ikea and rooms clean and spacious. Just the towels could have been cleaner. The grounds are being developed around the farm, there are peacocks that were very beautiful, but not so lovely when they are calling throughout the night and your getting little sleep. So if you are ill or need sleep something to consider. Was difficult to find the complex as no sign posts and had to knock on several doors etc. We were not sent an access code etc as gated entrance so stuck outside for a long time. Would stay there again. Nice play area for children on site. Dog charge expensive especially when you have two to pay for and they don't cause very much cleaning. It also states dogs free of charge but this is not the case once you book. The farm is elephant grass farming so not suitable to take your dogs in those fields, quite muddy. There is a normal field adjacent to the buildings."
Roberta - verified booking
"We had a splendid holiday in a wonderful cottage which seemed a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and yet the M40 is very near and we were able to visit Oxford, Banbury, Bicester Village, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and and the Cotswolds Wildlife Park near Burford with ease. This is a huge L-shaped cottage, the original part thatched with a very cottagey, rose strewn brick chocolate box front, a beautiful conservatory and a great barn like sitting room attaching to what must have been stables forming an annexe with bathroom, bedrooms and utility room. Upstairs is the most comfortable massive bed plus a further bedroom and bathroom. So spacious with everything you could want. It felt as if the owner had just moved out for the week and left the place for friends to come and stay as there were lots of personal items on show in the office and small sitting room and a huge amount of books so it felt like home rather than a holiday let. The garden is lovely with a big table if you want to eat outside. Down the road is The Muddy Duck pub. We had a fabulous time and the weather was kind. Radios, DVD player and wall-mounted television made family evenings great fun as there are games scattered around too. A really memorable holiday and most helpful caretaker in Rebecca."
Irene - verified booking
"Disappointing .....We have stayed at many self catering holiday homes, our initial impression was that hospitality was not up to the normal standards.We recommend the owners review their welcoming....A bottle of wine, some local produce, bread, butter and sometimes we have had local jams.We got 2 slices of very tasty cake...good.....a few packets of tea coffee and drinking chocolate. Milk....And a bowl of fruit...that was it.No toiletries ...most unusual....Not a flower in the place....I also considered the tone of what to do before you leave a little condescending Plus I have never stayed anywhere I have had to strip the beds.I recommend our hosts do more homework and go and experience an excellent holiday rental.The paintwork particularly around the Windows needed attention.The entrance porch had not been swept for a long time...neither had the back porch.Apart from that it was fine...."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"My husband and I spent a week here with our two grown-up sons in early September. The number of bedrooms was just right for the four of us and the cottage was comfortable and relatively well equipped, although lacked casserole dishes suitable for use in the oven and the quality of the frying pans was very poor. We tended to have a cooked breakfast in the morning, then we cooked for ourselves again in the evening, because the local pub, which is only a few hundred yards away is very expensive for food and we were on a budget. There is no shop in the village, the nearest Sainsbury's is in Bicester, which you have to drive to. The information booklet about the cottage says that there is a farm shop in the village, but that closed down some time ago, we were informed by a local, so the booklet is not up-to-date. Other than these few minor niggles, everything was great."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Completely appropriate for our needs as had three older people who were able to take advantage of the downstairs bedrooms and bathroom/toilets whilst my brother and I had our own space upstairs. Fabulous cottage and great local pub which was fully booked for dinner so went to the White Horse in Kings Sutton on the Muddy Ducks recommendation. Amazing taster menu at the Chefs Table. Good value and amazing food which was a great experience for all. The only downside was the lack of local taxi's for 5 people so decided to drive and get a cab back which worked out well in the end as the WH managed to book a cab for all of us. Would've happily gone to the Muddy Duck as it had a great atmosphere with locals enjoying food and drink. Note - need to book early to avoid disappointment. Would definitely recommend the cottage, location and pub if you want to get away from it all."