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Newest reviews for Estuary View Holiday Homes

  • Susanna
      Ireland
    August 10, 2014

    The photos on the internet don't do justice to what lovely accommodation this was. Spacious, bright, clean and a gorgeous and large rooftop balcony adjoining the master bedroom.

    10

  • John
      United Kingdom
    February 6, 2014

    Lovely location.

    Very cold house. Electric heating which was hardly on when we arrived. We arrived Sunday evening and it took until Tuesday for the house to warm up, and we were leaving on Wednesday. We were advised by rep that we could lite the fire. No fuel supplied so had to go shopping. Towels were an extra €4.50 per set. This property cost €100 per day, there was nothing supplied. Dish washer tablets, washing up liquid, milk, tea, coffee, etc. The electric shower in the main bedroom was faulty so we had to have the hot water on to be able to use the other shower. We had 2 westies and were charged €50.00 for the 2. The back garden wasn't secure as the side gate was missing so we were unable to leave the dogs outside unsupervised. To add insult to injury when we checked out on the Wednesday morning we were charged €40.00 for electricity use which is ridiculous for 3 days especially as we were out sight seeing during the day, and visiting friends and family at night. I would not recommend this property for a winter holiday. Maybe OK in summer when you don't need the heating.

    5.8

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