Holiday Cottages In Wolverhampton To Rent
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No. 2 Ash Cottage
No. 1 Ash Cottage
The Hyde Dovecote
Weston under Lizard
The Gardener's Bothy (Shropshire), Weston-under-Lizard, Nr Shifnal
Weston under Lizard
The Potting Shed, Weston-under-Lizard, Nr Shifnal
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John - verified booking
"This cottage is set in a stunning location and is very convenient for the Severn Valley Railway. You can watch the trains passing on the bridge. At least you could if you could open the blinds. It is generally clean and cosy and the bread and milk awaiting us was a nice touch. However, there are a few problems with it that would make us not want to stay there again. The twin bedroom is far apart from the double in terms of comfort and convenience. Only one pillow on each bed, no towels (we had to search for some), but the worst thing was the terrible smell in the shower room. We had to keep the skylight open all the time we were there and the smell persisted until the day before we left. The shower screen does not fit well and all the drawers stick and are difficult to open and close. The other bedroom is fine, except that it is not possible to stand up in the bath, due to the low ceiling, unless you are very short, making it difficult to get in and out. Downstairs is much nicer though it is difficult to keep the fridge door closed. Overall, this cottage could be lovely but it needs quite a lot of attention. To sum up, we would say it would be fine for a couple, as long as neither are too tall but is not suitable for four adults, unless the problems with the twin room are sorted out and more care taken with its preparation."
LINDA - verified booking
"The owner Helen was lovely and couldn’t do enough for us .The cutlery and glasses where not matching and if very low range standard. The knifes and forks you could easily bend and jot a suitable size for adults. We wanted to lay the table for dinner special for a celebration meal but the glasses where also odd which let us and the knowle down somewhat. The cleaner hadn’t completed her tasks properly as there was still items in the cupboard from the previous people who, we were told had rushed of rather quickly after starting a fire having a BBQ ! Some light bulbs also needed changing.Helen was very good and dealing with all these issues and did present us with a welcomed bottle of rose as a result.As a general overall picture- great location close to some wonderful places, great pub The Swan down the road but the house was just a little tired and dated and needed a bit of a shift into the 21st century. But we had a lovely time and again the owner was lovely"
- Harrison, November 2016 - verified booking
"We loved staying here. The bungalow was very comfortable: immaculately clean, very comfy bed and generally well equipped so there was everything we wanted to make us feel at home. In the area there is absolutely loads to see, from very pretty country walks from the immediate area (eg Bratch Locks, disused railway walks, country lanes around Wombourne and Lower Penn and further afield) to longer hikes (eg Wrekin, Malvern Hills, Ironbridge Gorge area, Kinver Edge etc) to historic visits (again eg Ironbridge area) and National Trust properties (eg Whitwick Manor, Shuborough Hall). So all in all - a great place to visit ... and that's only scratching the surface. Venture further into Shropshire and there is even more to see. Garden also very inviting, although we were at the bungalow in November ... so we'll just have to come back when it's a bit warmer! Thanks for everything, we had a great stay!"
Mrs Anne Campbell, Tunbridge Wells, Kent - verified booking
"We had a wonderful holiday at Orton View - it was very clean and spacious in a lovely quiet position and a great garden to sit in. Very many good eating places nearby particularly liked the Woodman at Claverley for excellent Sunday lunch. The Clent Hlls and Kinver Edge beautiful views almost 360 panorama at Clent. Tettenhall smashing little village nearby. The shop Baked from Britain's Best Bakery TV programme are there. Great products and we were made very welcome by the lovely owners. David Austin Roses at Albrighton is a must see. We spent a fortune on more roses and in their gift shop but well worth it. Very good cafe - can particularly recommend the scrambled eggs. All in all a lovely holiday and we are looking forward to returning. Many thanks "
- Barry B, June 2015 - verified booking
"This really was a find. What a great cottage. Great quiet location within easy access to the village of Wombourne with its shops and pubs/restaurants. You can get to the Merry Hill shopping centre near Dudley. The city of Wolverhampton is a bus ride away. There are some really nice villages close by well worth the visit. Other places worth a look Bridgnorth and Ironbridge. The cottage itself was excellent. The owners providing for all your needs even down to the nice bottle of wine (French?) and the box of chocolates which was a very nice touch. Good Wi-Fi and parking. We cannot praise this place enough and would recommend it to all."