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Reviews of Woodforde Cottage
These are the reviews for Woodforde Cottage. There are 28 reviews.
Good location for exploring Somerset and Dorset. Good local pub a short walk away. Nice character cottage with well equipped kitchen. Mrs Johnson (July 2017)
Very nice cottage, Great location but can do with a shower. Mr Hammett from Felixstowe (November 2016)
We had a great holiday with our dogs lots of walks and trips to the coast, for us we need a bigger garden for our dogs but the cottage is lovely and cosy and we did enjoy our stay very much Mrs Gibson from Coulsdon (October 2016)
Lovely cosy cottage, very well equipped. Had a lovely relaxing week away. Mr Kidson from London (September 2016)
A welcoming, cosy and quaint cottage full of character. The real fire was a bonus. The owner provided everything you could think of and more! It was very clean as was all bedding and towels provided. Mr Hepburn from Aberdeen (March 2016)
A beautiful Cottage in a lovely little village. The Cottage has everything you need, with a good sized kitchen and a comfortable sitting room. Would love to return. Mrs Jones from Hounslow (June 2015)
Liked the quietness and the lovely unspoilt cottage, the location was perfect. Mrs Gracey from Bracknell (May 2015)
It was quaint and cosy with everything I could wish for as an escape. Ms Allaker from Corbridge (April 2015)
Lovely little cottage that takes you back in time. Just the 2 of us and our 2 dogs and we loved it. Everything you could want was there including broadband that was just great. Very clean and well equipped. The only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 was the lack of a shower but otherwise it would have had 5 stars without hesitation.It was so quirky and a welcome retreat after a busy day discovering new places. Well placed for National Trust properties and the Haynes Car Museum is a must. Would return anytime. A FlipKey verified reviewer (August 2014)
It was a beautiful cottage, very well equipped, in a lovely part of the country. Mrs Jackson from Nuneaton (May 2014)
Cosy country cottage in beautiful country village setting. Character property with beams, lovely open fire and cosy bedrooms. Good selection of books and games. Pretty front garden. Mrs Appel from Leatherhead (April 2014)
Peace and quiet. Friendly neighbours. Lots of areas to walk. Loved watching the bats at nights. The cottage had everything you could ask for. Mrs Hinton from Stevenage (September 2013)
The owner had provided kindling, logs and coal for the fire which we enjoyed. The cottage had plenty of hot water, and was clean, and in a good condition. The kitchen was very well equipped, and we made good use of it. We loved the village, and the neighbours were very friendly and helpful. We had a great time. Mrs Day from Cowes (September 2013)
Great little cottage, close to pub (good food, poor choice of beer) and well located for a good variety of days out. Owners were flexible and accommodating, the booking process was easy and the cottage had everything we needed. A FlipKey verified reviewer (January 2013)
A Fantastic stay. A lovely cottage in a very nice and friendly village. Pub about 2 minutes walk away, and about 30 minutes walk to the nearest shop. Highly recommended A FlipKey verified reviewer (December 2012)
Lovely old cottage with a comfortable, lived in feel. Walking distance to the local pub. Good range of leaflets. Mrs Elliott from Newcastle Upon Tyne (October 2012)
The ambience of the cottage was so welcoming - it made the bad weather easier to manage! Miss Lovatt from Pontypool (June 2012)
We are from Australia and loved being able to stay in a cottage in an English village, something we have wanted to do for a long time. This cottage was very comfortable, very cosy and everything in it worked beautifully. I enjoyed cooking our breakfast each morning on the Neff cooktop in a very lovely and well set up kitchen. We loved being able to walk down to the local Red Lion pub each evening for dinner - I think they were beginning to think we had moved in! We went to Babcary to follow up some family history which we were able to do at the local church and also by talking to some of the older locals in the village. Apart from that, the cottage is in a good spot for sightseeing. We managed to go to Glastonbury, Yeovilton and Montacute in the few days we had. Mr Logan from Spring Hill (June 2012)
We found Babcary a great central point for visiting lots of places in Somerset, Dorset and eastern Devonshire. The cottage was very clean and well equipped. Kitchen and bath have been upgraded although a shower attachment in the bath would be nice. The village is very picturesque and quiet. Ted Zealley (June 2012)
Very convenient for touring about SW England and S. Wales. Very comfortable. Well equipped throughout the cottage. Mr Zealley from Utah (April 2012)
Plenty of walks and places to drive to and the local pub was within walking distance. Mrs South from Slough (March 2012)
Lovely location and a peaceful and cosy cottage. The weather was fantastic too. Mr Seymour from Newbury (March 2012)
A nice homely feel about the cottage and a nice village feel to the area. Mr Wagg from Derby (March 2012)
Good location and very quiet village, near to both coasts. Mr Clark from Scunthorpe (February 2012)
The cottage was idyllic and just as I imagined. As per my previous bookings with Sykes, I found the process easy and the staff were friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay at the cottage again and use Sykes in the future. Miss Fraser from London (November 2011)
A very clean and accommodating cottage with a 'homely' feel about it. The Red Lion local pub was very friendly, serving nice food. A trip to Cheddar Gorge is highly recommended and is not too far to travel. If we went to Somerset we would use the cottage again. Thank you. Mrs Blackman from Folkestone (July 2011)
Particularly good central location, able to visit Somerset and Dorset beaches. Plenty of walks with the dog and some interesting towns and villages to visit. Mrs Clarke from Tunbridge Wells (June 2011)
A very peaceful "get away from it all" location. Beautiful meadows nearby, ideal for dog-walking. Friendly locals. Miss Moorhead from London (June 2011)
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