“The owners of this single story cottage have clearly put much thought into including a range of facilities to accommodate young children, dogs and some disabled holiday makers.”
When we arrived, we were impressed how immaculately clean the cottage was. There were vases of flowers which gave us a welcoming feeling and some delicious cup cakes. We took two small dogs with us and they could run free, safely, in an enclosed garden. A hose pipe was provided to wash the patio clean if the dogs did their toilet there. Disabled holiday makers should note that whilst the cottage has a highish toilet, a grab handle, wheelchair ramp, wide doors and a wet room, there was no hydraulic hoist or others such appliances. I, myself, suffer with Parkinsons, I can still walk and I found the cottage easy to get around. Some people with severe mobility problems would do well to speak with the cottage owner prior to making a booking to discuss their specific needs.
This holiday cottage is ideally suitable for people who are not taking children, or dogs who just want a relaxing holiday in the country. There is a table and chairs on the patio which catches the afternoon and evening sun. A superb facility to wile away the hours with a bottle of wine.
There is a wonderful book in the lounge which contains lots of ideas of places to visit, including walks and so on.
To sum up; we have stayed at many holiday homes in recent years and they have always been good, but this cottage is the best in our opinion.