Holiday Cottages With Swimming Pools In England To Rent
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Anonymous - verified booking
"Came here with 4 teenagers so disappointed to find under 15s couldn’t use the pool without supervision. I feel this should be made very clear on the website, as it restricted us all. I wouldn’t have booked if I knew.The lodge was not very clean and I spent the first couple of hours sweeping and wiping down surfaces particularly the balcony area. The BBQ was filthy and unusable which was another huge disappointment.One of the bathroom locks didn’t work. They tried to fix it but didn’t, so 4 teenagers felt very uncomfortable using the shower and toilet for fear of being walked in on.The dishwasher was another feature that led me to book, but sadly the plates didn’t fit in it, so I spent time having to wash up which also wasn’t part of my holiday plans!Other than that we enjoyed the local area. The Tarka Trail was lovely and we had a great day cycling and seeing the sights.Overall we made the best of it but felt it was let down by lack of attention to detail and poor information. Great if you have small children but avoid if you have teenagers wanting independence."
Isobel - verified booking
"Very helpful staff, and great cottages in a lovely quiet location. The downsides of a country location were that it took a little longer to travel the country roads to other Northumbrian attractions around the coast. Of the cottage itself - a few spiders had taken up residence in two of the shower units despite the otherwise immaculate facilities. Although the adverts describe the swimming pool and games room, the hours of use were a little restrictive in that they were not available after 7pm. We understood the Health and Safety restrictions on using the pool, but it would have been nice to be able to use the games room and/or snooker table in the evening. We would most definitely use the cottages from this owner again - but might chose to stay at their other site at Seahouses"
Chris - verified booking
"Very picturesque cottage surrounded by beautiful gardens and in a tranquil location. Fairly isolated at the end of a narrow lane but this adds to its attraction. The very friendly owners live next door and provided a welcome box of essentials to help us settle in. When we stayed the weather was extremely hot but the temperature inside cottage remain comfortable, perhaps due to the thick walls and thatch. We didn't have chance to try the very appealing pool due to circumstance.The cottage itself was very spacious and comfortable although perhaps some of the kitchen ware could do with updating. This did not prevent us from enjoying our time there.The cottage is in such an ideal location for as quiet a holiday as you may want or need."
Sandra - verified booking
"lovely cottage and fabulous hosts, with everything we could need. Close to Ebbsfleet for a day trip to Brussels which was excellent, though I would recommend booking your tickets as far in advance as you can to get the best price, I paid £85 return for each of us, but have to say it was well worth it. To help getting around buy 24hr underground tickets when you get there as this lets you go all over the city. We would recommend getting the metro to Brosse and going to the Grand Place, include a visit to Hard Rock Café in the corner of the Place. Close to the A2 & M20 with so much to do in the area. Dover Castle is a definite recommend as are the war time tunnels, though be warned there is quite a bit of walking."
Claire - verified booking
"We had a lovely week here. The cottage had everything we needed. The welcome pack that was left by the owners was fantastic! The pool was great - if a little cold! But it meant that we didn't have to go out anywhere if we didn't want to because the kids were quite happy spending the day in the pool - which we had to ourselves for the whole week. The kids also really enjoyed the games room. The location of the cottage was very rural but you are only a short drive from supermarkets, pubs and civilisation! It took us over an hour to get to the coast so we only went once. But the weather wasn't great anyway and having the pool more than made up for it! Overall it was a great holiday and we would definitely go back."