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Customer Reviews

We love hearing what our customers thought about their holiday with us and use an independent review platform called Feefo to collect their feedback when they return home.

So far, we have received a total of 594 with 98% of those customers telling us that their experience with Wales Cottage Holidays was either 'Excellent' or 'Good'. You can read them all here:

Plas Isaf Cottage - October 2016

“nothing more to add”

Comfortable leather seating at one end and dining table at the other, leading through to the kitchen

7 Maes y Cribarth - October 2016

“Booking made on-line and hassle free.”

Comfortable leather seating at one end and dining table at the other, leading through to the kitchen

7 Maes y Cribarth - October 2016

“Booking made on-line and hassle free.”

The Little Barn - September 2016

“Can't fault it”

The Little Barn - September 2016

“Can't fault it”

This attractive stone clad bungalow stands just a few hundred metres from the beach at Dyffryn Ardudwy

Ty Lafant - September 2016

“Website, online booking & telephone customer service excellent.”

This attractive stone clad bungalow stands just a few hundred metres from the beach at Dyffryn Ardudwy

Ty Lafant - September 2016

“Website, online booking & telephone customer service excellent.”

Bwthyn-to-Maen is an attractive whitewashed cottage in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Bwthyn-To-Maen - September 2016

“People go on holiday for a rest and expect value for money. £500+ to us is a lot of money but if the property is good it is worth saving for. This cottage fell short of it's cost. Describing the building opposite the cottage as a farm building when it is clearly a joiners workshop is tantamount to misleading. We were prepared for farm tractor or milking machinery noise but not cars and vans arriving at 8am slamming doors and the constant whine of a sawing machine. It may have looked like a farm building but it was clearly an industrial unit used for cutting wood and performing noisy joinery. The photos painted a very much lighter and rosier picture of the cottage internally and the bathroom was not even shown.”

Bwthyn-to-Maen is an attractive whitewashed cottage in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Bwthyn-To-Maen - September 2016

“People go on holiday for a rest and expect value for money. 500+ to us is a lot of money but if the property is good it is worth saving for. This cottage fell short of it's cost. Describing the building opposite the cottage as a farm building when it is clearly a joiners workshop is tantamount to misleading. We were prepared for farm tractor or milking machinery noise but not cars and vans arriving at 8am slamming doors and the constant whine of a sawing machine. It may have looked like a farm building but it was clearly an industrial unit used for cutting wood and performing noisy joinery. The photos painted a very much lighter and rosier picture of the cottage internally and the bathroom was not even shown.”

Llwynonn - September 2016

“Have had many dealings with this company and they have been helpful and efficient on each occasion.”

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