We have visited this property and it's fantastic, great place and everything you can ask for. It is always cleaned to a very high standard and we have never had any reason to complain, Andrew has always been on hand if we require anything. I would recommend this property to everyone. Quite village and great surroundings. A must stay.
Loved are stay at the beoutiful bungerlow was brill and loved it. Love meeting aspending time with you both. Roll on are annvercery weekend xx
Had a wonderful time the bungalow was great met with all our needs would visit again and Andrew was very helpful
Well what can I say its hard to get away and find somewhere that actually is a holiday home catered for disabled people, so when I saw this bungalow I thought it would be ideal for me, my son and daughter in law. I am disabled my daughter in law is disabled with a spinal condition and my son has to be careful cause he has neck injury after a car crash. When we arrived (a little early) Andrew welcomed us, showed us around, left us milk and biscuits and left. We never saw him again until we was packing the car up to leave a day earlier but he never came over to see why we were leaving early or if everything was okay. A quick overview of the bungalow and everything looked okay a bit dated and there was a musty smell but okay. We unpacked straight away and you could tell on closer inspection that the whole place could do with a good scrub. My son had to mop all the floors because your feet stuçk to the floor, it was sticky, but the mop had seen better days. We had a grocery shop delivered as soon as we got in and my son had to wipe all the sides down in the kitchen before he would put food on them. The wet room floor was really grimey and you could see the stains on the floor. There were hairs all around the shower plug hole and the shower seat was that grimey my daughter in law didn't want me to use it. Because we were a little early Andrew mopped the floor while we were there (obviously not very good). After our evening meal we settled down to watch TV there were two settees and I sat on one which was really low down as I walk with a zimmer frame. I couldn't get comfy and had trouble getting up off it, I stopped on the electric chair after that. My son and daughter in law sat on the other settee which was really uncomfortable. My daughter in law had to put pillows off the bed onto the settee so she could sit down on it because you just sank right down into it. I had trouble with the toilet as they are very low down my son put the disabled seat on which made it uncomfortable to sit on it still. The double bed was lumpy and after a couple of days my daughter in law was in agony. She ended putting more pillows on the settee and sleeping on there, which wasn't much better. On Tuesday we had to go and buy a DVD player because the one in the bungalow was broke and because there was only a few channels on TV we needed the DVD player. The lighting in the living / dining room was poor, the main light in the living area was facing upwards with three bulbs in ( only one worked and that was dull ). The lamps wasn't even worth putting on, you couldn't read for long in that light because it made your eyes sore. On Wednesday my daughter in law was helping me get dressed in the bedroom when she said to me mom put your feet up on the bed, when I asked why she said there's a bloody mouse running around trying to get out of the door. My son had a bath and when he pulled the plug out the water rose in the toilet up to the top and its contents. The one day we thought we would sit outside, I had to walk out the front door all the way around the bungalow, because to get out to the back while inside you had to go down a couple of steps which I can't do. The back was covered in moss and slippery so I went inside the back part to sit down a bit and I looked at the one chair and it looked like it had been ripped apart by a dog. On Thursday we decided that we had enough and that we was going to go home, my daughter in law was struggling with her back and I couldn't put up with not being able to do things like I can do at home I.e. personal hygiene and being independent. So on Friday we came home, the only good thing was biscuit the ginger cat. He came over to see us so we gave him something to eat and drink, he got it down him like he hadn't had anything for ages. He was lovely and friendly and loved a fuss. The only reason I have written this review is not to be nasty but if anyone is disabled like me or struggle with day to day things they need to know if this is good enough for them. I don't normally complain but this accommodation isn't up to standards it needs some updating, love and care. X