Travelled with a group of friends and stayed in Vijay Gardens. Although the property could do with a little TLC, it was ideal for what we needed.
5 of the bedrooms were en-suite, upstairs, and the downstairs bedroom had a bathroom just along the corridor.
There was ample crockery and cutlery, even when the dishwasher was full. There were 2 of practically every large appliance, washing machine, dryer, fridge, juicer, coffee machine, kettle, irons & ironing boards.
The house was big enough so that people werent getting in each others way, and the living room was fabulous for sitting together on a night.
Wildlife was lovely to watch, geese, dragonflies, squirrels & rabbits & a heron. The gardens are nice, the photo's on here have been taken in the winter and it is totally different when visiting in July when the leaves are on the trees etc.
Take some insect repellent though because the midges attracted by the water are very...