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Lees Moor Cottage
West View Cottage - E5386
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Susanne - verified booking
"We had a few hitches when we arrived. Nothing was major at first but all gave the feeling that the place was in need of TLC. Only 2 logs for wood burner and they were wet and as we arrived late there was nowhere close to buy more so no cosy fire that we had looked forward to. There must have been a few wet dogs in the cottage the week before as by Sunday there was a definite wet dog smell downstairs which we worked out to be the living room rug plus the dust and dog hairs under the sofas. It didn’t look as if the sofas had been moved to clean under. On Monday night the smoke alarm failed and we replaced the battery with all three spares inthe drawer but all were duds and once again it was too late to get any spares so had to disable the smoke alarm overnight( it was my birthday and we’d all had a celebratory pre dinner drink n couldnt drive to the late opening shop for batteries! The cold tap in the bathroom was loose and moved every time we tried to turn it on and water went everywhere. Tightened it up as best could without tools but kept loosening. Needs to be properly fixed. The bathroom door had no lock so we had to whistle while we performed our morning rituals!!!!!and the door required a certain technique to close it as it didn’t fit the frame properly. This was obviously not a new fault as you could see the continued impact in the crack in the wall above the door frame. The garden was uncared for ( apparently due to terrible wet weather) and the fence was broken and the gate scruffy! On the plus side the Towels and linens were lovely and fresh, it was in a good location for us, if you don’t mind a fairly busy road, plus it was warm and cosy...... until the heating broke on Monday night. Had we not had friends coming on Tuesday and a business meeting planned for Wednesday we would have headed home at that point!!!The owner did get onto that prompt but no one could come until Wednesday. So Tuesday and Wednesday at least we had the wood burner. The electric heaters that were supposed to be there were not to be found in any cupboards, drawers or under beds. They turned up after the boiler was fixed, behind a chair in the lounge- the only place we didn’t look!!! The owner did get the boiler ‘non specific intermittent’ fault fixed and it worked for the rest of the week and he did bring us logs and take away the smelly rug to be cleaned on Wednesday, plus we got a sum back as compensation for the heating. This went some way to fixing our general disappointment. I would not visit this cottage again unless it had been refurbished and had a new boiler. However I would visit the area again. The walking is lovely and not too strenuous, the village was great with things to entertain those who aren't big walkers and you are very close to Chatsworth which is well worth a visit- house and/or gardens. If you can’t stretch to the entry price try the farm shop and cafe for some fab treats! The little cafe in Baslow on the village green was also very good. The cottage has great potential and just needs a bit of TLC and attention to detail to make it better."
James - verified booking
"Our 15th stay at Brookside Cottage in the beautiful village of Beeley which we love. Lucky to stay here twice this year including a week back in May. We are well used to some of the cottages quirkiness but it’s starting to feel a bit unloved in places. We hope that the few comments we made in the visitor book (see below) this time get addressed as we love staying here.1. There had been a clothes aerial dryer in the garden for years, albeit a bit cronky. This visit it was rusted and broken / snapped and had been moved into the garage rendered useless. No replacement. Beautiful dry sunny weather all week and nowhere to dry our bath towels (only thing we had was a small clothes horse in the cottage which is broken also)2. In May when we stayed, the lights above the gas hob didn’t work. This visit still the same so we took the liberty of purchasing two new bulbs and replacing them ourselves. Job done! Very little expense but guests shouldn’t be expected to correct these things. Attention to detail is certainly lacking in places.3. Upstairs wet room still intermittently leaks water through the kitchen ceiling above the fridge freezer. It’s an on-going problem we’ve experienced before and the ceiling is badly stained. Obviously needs looking at!The new boiler is a massive improvement and is nice and quiet.The Devonshire Arms pub in the village is fantastic and food excellent and would highly recommend. Lots of walks from the door including to Chatsworth House (and back across Beeley Moor). We bring our bikes and enjoy the Monsal Trail, High Peak/Tissington and Manifold Way routes). Chatsworth Farm shop and café also excellent.Despite the comments we still love the cottage and hence keep coming back. Next year will be the first time we won’t be back for our usual week at beginning of May as it’s part booked already that week so we look forward to our 16th visit in 2020."
Victoria - verified booking
"Lovely little cottage with quaint period features and beautifully furnished throughout. We especially enjoyed the open fire and the very thoughtful owner had helpfully left all sorts of provisions for us which was very much appreciated. Parking is a little bit tricky to manoeuvre if you've brought more than one car or have visitors (and I imagine it would be extremely difficult if you have a large car too) as although technically there is space to park two medium sized cars, it is quite difficult to get out again - especially when other residents/their visitors park cars in the vicinity as turning space is very tight. This is obviously not something within the owner's control though and I cannot praise Sandra the owner enough as she was extremely helpful and very kind, it's just something to be aware of if you are planning on bringing two cars, or your car is on the larger side.We also found the television signal to be a bit hit and miss (maybe that's to be expected due to the location though) but this was easily remedied by streaming it (via a "Chromecast" device and a laptop) as the internet connection was surprisingly very good.Overall we had a lovely stay and would definitely visit again if in the area as the cottage was very warm and cosy and we felt very much at home almost immediately! Thank you again Sandra for your hospitality and for your lovely Christmas decorations which made an already beautiful cottage even more so :-)"
Michael - verified booking
"Witchnest Cottage was an extremely comfortable stay; so peaceful and quiet! The cottage is very original with its own unique 'knick-naks' which has given the cottage character.The kitchen is big and has all you need; a home from home. The bathroom is small but functional, it is a cottage remember.The master bedroom is very big and with the heavy blackout curtains drawn, the room is in total pitch black. Seriously pitch black. Because of this and the peacefulness from outside, you sleep like a bear in hibernation. The bed is soft but comfortable.The living room is cosy with lots of knick-naks about, which gives the cottage character, but at times if felt 'too much' as I feared I could break something, my wife however loved it! The room has all you need: TV, Blu-Ray player, CD/Tape/Radio player, books and local guides. The cottage has an open fire, but due to very warm weather, we didn't use it.The cottage has gas central heating and was warm. The garden outside was nice, but not 100% private; you can hear the stream which is relaxing. The cottage is beside a guided walk path, so will see people pass the cottage, so don't be alarmed. There is a car park outside the property which can hold two or three cars. Broadband was excellent for the location: 45-50Mb down, 10Mb up.Mobile coverage for O2 customers was excellent, strong 4G signal throughout the area."
Claire - verified booking
"We enjoyed the area and would visit again but not this cottage. We had an issue with the heating oil being smelt in the kitchen & lounge and had to leave the window open the 5 nights we stayed. My husband noticed there’s a leak as there was a pool of oil outside the kitchen window on the floor. Reported to the owner who blamed the wind blowing the wrong way! Also the blinds in the bedroom are inadequate. The light from the outside security light shines straight into the bedroom throughout the night. Mentioned to the owner who suggested we bloke them up, which we were already doing with cushions... not idea as it’s a barn and u can imagine how high one of the windows was. Shame, the decor and surrounding of this cottage is stunning but sadly we wouldn’t return. Also because it’s a small kitchen, but very well stocked I will add with quality crockery, the oven door wouldn’t open fully and I couldn’t adjust the shelves to fit our turkey in!"