My Brother and I stayed in this cottage in October 2014 and were blessed with really nice weather.
The cottage was a real home from home for the week with everything thought of that could possibly be wanted.
A good well equipped kitchen can be found upon entering and the Milk in the fridge was a nice touch. We ate out most of the time as there's two great Pubs literally on the doorstep, great food especially at The Buck Inn right opposite with Thwaites, Theakstons and Timmy Taylors, why bother turning the Oven on!! However should we have wanted to the facilities in the kitchen were second to none.
The Lounge was very comfortable with TV, DVD, Games and Reading Matter all provided should you require them.
Upstairs the two Bedrooms were excellent. The Master Bedroom, complete with King Size bed couldn't be better and the smaller Bedroom with two Singles was just as cozy.
The Bathroom was very nice. Clean and well equipped with both a Bath and a Shower which was lovely and warm, sometimes lacking in that department in some cottages I've stayed in.
A reasonably large Garden at the rear of the property and a Table and Chairs at the front completed the whole thing.
Some people complained in the Visitors Book about the lack of Wi-Fi, but who wants the internet when on Holiday? BT customers could take advantage of an 'Openzone' well within receiving distance anyway.
We couldn't have wished for a better cottage and the surroundings just added to the great week we had.
All in all, fantastic.