Holiday Cottages With Swimming Pools In England To Rent
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Cerys - verified booking
"It could be fantastic with a few adjustments. In both the twin rooms upstairs only 1 of the skylights had working blinds. And the windows that did have blinds, the blinds were light coloured so didn’t really do anything to keep the light out. My children were up with the sun every morning and so were we. I booked the cottage on the premise that there was WiFi available. It was definitely one of the main criteria when we were looking for accommodation. We have small children who go to bed early and we wanted to watch films on the computer. Also, they like to relax with their kindles after a busy day exploring. Unfortunately, there was no WiFi available in Goose Cottage. I really feel that this cottage cannot be advertised as WiFi enabled and feel quite angry that it is not as advertised. We asked the vendors and were told they had someone coming Monday. There was still no WiFi when we left. On the other hand, my children thoroughly enjoyed feeding the animals everyday and the owner was lovely with the children. Very patient with the thousand questions asked. I feel quite bad with the low scores as most things were great, but our main criteria wasn’t sufficiently met."
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."
Stephen - verified booking
"The cottage is part of a group of self catering units and a small caravan site and is situated opposite Reception and a caravan storage area. As the warning notice says, this is a busy area. The house was clean, well equipped and warm despite winter hanging on. There was plenty of cutlery and crockery and a well equipped kitchen. The games room and swimming pool were useful assets in a week of mixed weather. These were never crowded. In Cayton there is an excellent traditional takeaway chip shop but the local pub no longer serves food. The nearest pub which does is opposite a huge caravan site at Cayton Bay and was always crowded and noisy and perhaps not suitable for children. Towards Seamer there is a huge Morrisons, a MacDonalds and an eat in / takeout chips chop. The area further afield is full of interest but beware of constant traffic in Scarborough if you want to travel in the Whitby direction detour west around the town."
Gary - verified booking
"Goose Cottage was amazing! Pat and her Son Alastair were lovely people, very welcoming and friendly on arrival - nothing was too much trouble. The cottage itself was lovely and clean with all of the equipment we needed for our family holiday. The garden areas were lovely, Pat fed the animals each morning and the children (and adults) were able to join in the fun!The facilities on site were great - a lovely garden area with bench just outside the back door, the pool, the tennis court and a playground which the children in our group loved. Plenty of fields locally too so you could go for a walk in the day or evening if you wanted to and enjoy the views of the sunset. We'd highly recommend Goose Cottage and the other Cottages at Quinceborough Farm. We had relatives who stayed in another at the same time as us and they loved it too!"
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"