My husband and I took the dog for a short break to Stable Cottage in Cosheston. Firstly, Paskeston Hall is not the grand house we imagined which was disappointing (the thought of a delicious afternoon tea ended when we saw the house).
We made our way to the cottage and this is where it all went wrong for us. You are facing a large house and there is NO privacy whatsoever. There is nowhere to sit at the back of the house, there are no windows downstairs that look out over the back of the house apart from a very small window. We had to keep the curtains closed upstairs and downstairs in order to get some privacy which in the middle of a heatwave was not so great!
The kitchen is quite big and the living room is tiny with one leather sofa (facing the window which had to have the curtains closed) and a small TV and DVD player. It was very difficult to get cosy in the cottage.
The upstairs was lovely the bedroom was very big, light and comfortable. The shower... more