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Bosinover - Which cottage?

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OllieWollieWoo Fri 14-Aug-09 07:00:45

Want to book a cottage at Bosinover for sometime next year (out of school holiday time) and am faffing with which cottage to book. Need a 3 bedroom one. Have read the reviews on here but not many of them mention which cottages they were in! Any pointers? Would def need some kind of garden for DS's. Thanks.

sneekpeeks Fri 14-Aug-09 18:02:46

Hi, we stayed in Pentree in April this year(2 bedroom, but slept 5, plus 2 bathrooms) which was lovely, and right next door to the play barn!
All cottages have sort of open plan gardens and a large area with trampoline, climbimg frames/slides and sand pit. Lots of space for kids to run around.
Hope this helps......

dorothybunny Sun 16-Aug-09 09:12:27

We stayed in Laburnum in July this year. It's the pretty one with the rounded window which they feature on their homepage. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 of which are downstairs. The other 2 bedrooms upstairs are both en-suite. The whole cottage is beautiful. It overlooks the valley and is right next to the field where they keep some of the horses. Great to look out and see the rabbits running around in the field in the morning. There is a garden at the front although it is not enclosed with a fence. The best bit about it we found though is that the entrance to the swimming pool is about 30 feet away from the front door so we could nip in for a splash and then run back without a towel to the shower. Perfect! BTW, not sure of the age of your DS but the swimming pool gate is locked with a combination padlock so there is no danger of children running in unaccompanied. Any other questions please ask.

llareggub Sun 16-Aug-09 09:20:55

We're staying in Laburnum next month!

We've stayed in Coliza which is beautiful and overlooks the childrens play area but it only has 3 beds. We've stayed in Trerose which is a 3 bed but this doesn't have a garden, and is right next to the entrance. Although the cottage is fine, I wouldn't recommend you book it.

We love Bosinver, it is wonderful.

OllieWollieWoo Sun 16-Aug-09 21:16:00

This is great info - thank you! Any more suggestions would also help????

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