Beautifully presented cottage, very clean and well equipped.
It would have been helpful on arrival to know that Driftwood is barn number 10. If that makes it sound like Driftwood is just one of a complex, well in a way it is, but is also set apart with uninterrupted views.
It is wise to read the description carefully. There is no mention of a hair dryer, because there is no hair dryer. Unusual these days, I know, but I always check so came prepared. 'Toilet roll' means exactly that. Just the one. But we interpreted 'towels available' as, oh dear, we forgot to ask for them so brought our own, just in case, but they were in fact provided. And very nice they were too.
But we were a bit disconcerted after cooking our evening meal on the first evening to find nothing for washing up apart from a J cloth and various unsuitable cleaning products. To be fair, nothing was promised. Come prepared!
But these are minor quibbles. We stay in self-catering places several times a year, both in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, and Driftwood is among the best we've stayed in. SO much to like. The lovely terrace gets the sun from morning right through to 6pm in March, and undoubtedly much, much later as the year progresses. And then, as far as we can tell, the skies are dark enough for glorious displays of stars. Sadly, only our first night in residence was clear of clouds, and coincided with a full moon so bright it blasted out almost everything else.
The chilly March nights meant that the efficient wood-burner was very welcome, and we were so impressed with the 'Flamers' provided that we bought a pack on our way home for our own wood-burner.
It's a lovely place. Go there. Book now. Take a toilet roll.