Starre Cottage - Christmas 2011
This is a beautiful, quirky, mediaeval cottage with many interesting features.The gallery high up in the kitchen was especially quirky, as was the corner by the stairs!
The cottage was cosy and warm, despite the time of year.
Considering the age of the building (1504) it was well maintained and mostly clean.
There were a couple of instances of not being thoroughly cleaned that we found - some old underwear in a wardrobe and unusable mouldy frying pans in the kitchen . Apart from these two instances everything was well up to the standard that we expected.
We would definitely recommend this property to our friends and family but not if they wanted something modern. You really need to appreciate the age of the building and its history to enjoy it!
Beer is a lovely village and its inhabitants extremely welcoming and friendly. The Anchor Inn with its sea views and great food is to be recommended as is the Spice Merchant Indian restaurant where the food is excellent.
We booked the property through Jean Bartlett Holidays who provided excellent service from the start of booking to us leaving the property!
Owner's Response: Regarding the pans and items found in the wardrobe - oops!! Occasionally something gets overlooked and we have now rectified this. We will always respond immediately to any issues reported to our office. Thank you.
Helpful votes: 8/8
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