I really don't know where to start with my review. First of all I should say we stayed here for four nights over the new year period - cost roughly £90 per person for five of us. Despite a horrendous drive from the north-west (in snow don't trust the sat nav to take the B4343!) we finally arrived and had a warm greeting at reception (where there's also a bar / restaurant).
We'd booked a three bedroom cottage which from the outside in just let us with mouths open wide. It is all situated in a private cul-de-sac of roughly eight semi-detached cottages of differing sizes. Our cottage had parking for two cars in front of it on a small drive.
The cottages are all modern design with wooden flooring throughout. On the ground floor there was a reception area with two doors leading off the hall and a staircase up to where the two large twin bedrooms (both with ensuite double showers, toilets, sink, etc) are situated.
The main living area is an open plan kitchen / dining / lounge. The kitchen was well kitted out with new fully fitted units, oven/grill, electric hob, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle and lots of utensils (cutlery, plates, cups, pans, etc) plus cupboard space.
In this area there was also a dining table with six chairs along with two leather sofas, coffee tables, flat screen TV, freesat and DVD player. Off the back of this room was a double patio door leading onto wooden decking (there were outdoor chairs and table but too cold to use!) with nothing overlooking the back other than countryside. You can also easily connect to the free wi-fi available at the parc.
There was more than enough space in this living area without you feeling cramped.
The other downstairs door led to two further doors. Behind one was a separate bath/shower, toilet, sink, etc and the other door then led onto a large double bedroom.
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