The house is a nice house in a nice little village. It has all modern comforts and is nicely decorated.
Overall the cottage is in need of a good cleaning and sorting out.
When we arrived, the fridge and freezer were not really clean. We found dirty plates in the cabinet.
The tv in the kitchen is placed on a very unsteady cabinet and all the cables are lying around the cabinet on the floor. This is not really safe for children.
The door of the utility room cannot be locked or closed anymore, the utility room needs to be cleaned up.
When we arrived the dustbin was more than half full and it was not emptied during our stay.
We also had to change 2 lightbulbs in the kitchen when we arrived.
I think a regular inspection of the property by the property owner would be a good practice.
5 out of 5 for the lovely cottage we had for a wonderful weekend at Quant End Cottage, everything you see in the photos is how the lovely cottage is I fell in love with it! Great Pub in the village it’s a must go to pub!, Love to go back again one day to this lovely Cottage Thankyou for it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Lovely house. Loved that it was on three floors - ground (kitchen), 1(lounge/bathroom)2 bedrooms.
Could not fault the house or garden BUT major issue with dog hairs on arrival. They were everywhere in the kitchen (even on plates in cupboard) and in the outbuilding which was where we found the high chair. We were staying with grandchildren so not great.
We called cleaner who arrived within half an hour and did her best with her vacuum cleaner. She also removed the rug in kitchen which was covered in hairs. She told us that previous occupants had large black dog or dogs and that she had struggled to clean.
Maybe my fault for missing the point that this is advertised as pet friendly house but I still wouldn't expect to arrive at a house and crockery which was clearly not ready for use.
Shame, as everything else (location, pub, walking, etc.) were excellent.
We had a three night break at this lovely cottage. Wish it was longer! Ebrington village is all you would expect from it's Cotswold location. Friendly locals and a fantastic pub, just 5 minuets walk away.
This pet friendly cottage is a bit like the tardis. External view belies what is beyond the front door. Beautiful and characterful cottage retaining some original features and spread over three floors. Very well equipped, tv's all worked, as did the wifi. We spent most of our time in the kitchen as the warmth from the Aga made it extremely cosy. We didn't need to use the wood burners even though they were set up ready to be used. Fantastic bathroom and gorgeous, thick and fluffy "The White Company" towels. Water pressure excellent. Shaver socket inside bathroom cabinet. The bedrooms were great too and I found the double bed in the room we stayed in very comfortable. I slept like a log from the first night which is unusual for me. We had dinner on the first night at The Ebrington Arms in the village. A very small but popular pub and the food was great. They allow dogs in the bar area, but you can have your meal there too. We arrived at 5pm but they don't serve food until 6pm, by which time the bar area was extremely busy. Essential to book. Some constructive comments. Aspires to be a high end holiday cottage and, due to no window shutters downstairs, would have been nice to have had a couple of hotel type waffle bathrobes to use to go downstairs and let dog out/make early morning cuppa. I never pack a dressing gown, so husband or I had to throw on our clothes each time. No torch. There is an outside light but doesn't light up the garden area. Had to use the torch function on my phone which isn't great. Perhaps a decent torch could be left on the coat hooks in the kitchen ? Could have done with a chair or something in the double bed room to put clothes. Due to our short stay we didn't need to use the wardrobes. Nest of tables in the middle lounge, or an additional table the same size as one already there. Overall a very pleasant experience. To summarise - well equipped, cosy and comfy cottage in peaceful environment yet within close proximity of an abundance of typical Cotswold villages, walks and attractions. Perhaps better suited to those with older children and adults with no mobility issues.
We stayed here for four nights in April. What a beautiful spot. Cottage was fabulous. The village was definitely picture postcard. The Ebrington Arms lived up to all it's excellent reviews. Husband loved the local real Ale "yubby". Only one downside was the loo was on a different floor to the bedrooms. We will definitely return.
Stayed at quaint end cottage first week in August , beautiful cottage very well appointed , high end soft furnishings all bedding from The White Company! Aga tool a while to figure out made kitchen very warm but will be lovely in the winter! Picture post card village lots of thatched cottages and a fab local with a great beer garden . Central location for lots of places Borton on the Water, falconry centre, Stratford, Chipping Campdem Blocklry were some of the places we visited. Helped we were blessed with lovely weather even managed a bbq, could of done with some comfortable garden furniture a parasol and some lingers to enjoy the nice weather , perhaps owners could think about this for next summer , all in all a wonderful stay .