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Cider Press, Ilmington, Shipston-on-Stour
Shipston on Stour
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"This was our second time at Cider Press, the only time that we have returned to a Rural Retreats cottage though they have all been good. The reason for our return was because the property is on one level, though more like a cottage than a bungalow, and suits my 88-year old mother who comes with me and my husband. Furthermore, she prefers a traditional bath while we like a shower. Most unusually, the master bedroon has an en suite shower room and the twin-bedded room a bath which is perfect for our needs. The third separate toilet makes getting ready to go out so easy.The living room is comfortable and well provided with games if needed. The kitchen too is excellently equipped as you come to expect with RR cottages. The housekeeper does a fabulous job. My husband described the cleanliness of our bathroom as 'clinical' and the welcome hamper was used to the full.We used the garden twice for eating out. The June weather was gloriously hot and we were able to settle under the shade of the tree in the pretty garden for our meals.As well as being near many places of interest in the Cotswolds, Cider Press cottage is in a super location for quiet village life with two nearby pubs and pleasant walks as well as a cooperatively run village shop with high end produce and cards. The only reason I cannot allocate five stars is because of a problem with the water supply possibly caused, we were told, by the building of some new houses on the edge of the village where there was a mishap. Unfortunately, this meant that on returning on our first night, there was no water. Instructions in the cottage about the stopcock are confusing so we tried both under the sink and behind the bath panel to no avail. Finally, on asking a neighbour, we were told that this had happened to all of the houses before on more than one occasion leading to the local water company delivering large numbers of water bottles to doorsteps. It was difficult getting through the first night and wondering what might happen the next day. Due to a kitchen tap being mounted the wrong way round, we were woken by gushing water from that tap when normal service was resumed. Luckily, we were able to continue with our holiday.The previous guests also mentioned the water being cut off the day before our visit. Obviously, this is beyond the control of the owners of Cider Press but they do need to be aware, as do Rural Retreats, of the hardship suffered by no water."
Lisa - verified booking
"I was expecting a lodge in a holiday park but this little gem is nestled inbetween two lakes and with a third lake in the grounds. It was hard to find but we had the owner's phone number and had to ring for directions. However if the directions said the gated track next to the horse stud it would have been easier. It's one lodge and there is no outside/street lamps. But there is a sensor torch as you go in the lodge(unfortunately we didn't arrive til after dark). It was a little scary at first as it was so dark and just couldn't see much.The lodge was really clean with freshly made beds.The owner had left us tea,coffee,sugar,milk and a box of chocolates which was a really nice touch. There was also cleaning products like fairy liquid,towels,tea towels and sponges to wash up with. It's very peaceful and the early morning views were stunning. A manual for the gas oven would have been good too. Luckily I managed to find one on the internet(it did have free wifi) but I'm used to electric oven and just couldn't get the main oven to work or it did and I wasn't sure it was working so we used the grill function. All in all it was a very beautiful ,spacious and warm lodge. I would recommend it but try and get there before dark as it'll be easier."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We recently stayed at Swallow Barn and our whole group loved it! We particularly liked the cosy feel even though it is a large property and the swimming pool. The owner was on hand for anything we needed and was very helpful. Personally we would have appreciated more showers, there are plenty of bathrooms but only one with a proper shower. Our group are all shower lovers so we had to have a rota or use the hand showers in the baths. This is personal preference but worth knowing if you are thinking of going to Swallow Barn. Generally it is in very good condition and the decor is fabulous. We did find some areas which could do with a deep clean but appreciate it is in the country. That said we all had a fabulous time and would stay again."
Sue - verified booking
"This is a fabulous place for a holiday. The barn has been converted really well and is comfortable and homely, with lots of character and plenty of space for a large family group.It has the best equipped kitchen of any cottage we've stayed at...no shortage of pans, cutlery, chopping boards, crockery, glasses etc.The pool is small but great fun and the kids enjoyed the selection of games and playing pool and table football. Nice garden area outside.The owners live next door. It's a quiet spot in a tiny hamlet with countryside views.There's lots of nice pubs and restaurants nearby and lots of places to visit...it's about 30 minutes drive to Warwick or Stratford.Definitely recommend this place."
Diana - verified booking
"This was a very special place for our family to spend time together!- The space and facilities were perfect, providing activities ( the pool, games area and games , books/ information) and local walks in lovely countryside. There was enough space to accommodate the range of ages to have peace or activity as needed. The kitchen was well equipped, the bedroom configuration and comfort just right. ( and bathroom facilities) we appreciated the architecture, history and variety of the collections displayed.the garden was lovely, and patio perfect on sunny days.Thank you.we enjoyed exploring locally in Banbury, Oxford, and Stratford on Avon. The recommended pub for food out was good."