Lovely, warm and comfy holiday cottage in a quiet village with a welcoming, helpful and friendly (but not intrusive) owner living next door. Cannot fault the cottage and it was very good value for money. We made use of the Wi-Fi facility and - despite this being the first time we'd made use of such a facility - we had no problems and the reception was excellent from within the cottage.
Fulford itself does not have many amenities although there is the very occasional public event at the just-across-the-road village hall. Also, the village pub ("The Shoulder of Mutton" - five minute walk from cottage) has a Wednesday night pub quiz and has a good range of beers and - based on the one night we had a meal there - offers excellent, large, and reasonably-priced meals. Fulford is within easy reach (albeit initially on fairly minor roads) of larger places such as Stone (@5 miles away, with Morrison's and Aldi supermarkets), Stafford, Stoke on Trent, Lichfield, etc. We enjoyed nice days out at Eccleshall and Stone (good places to mooch around for an hour or two); Lichfield (Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, Erasmus Darwin House, Cathedral); Stafford (shopping, St. Mary's Church, cinema, theatre and live blues/ rock music at "The Grapes"); National Memorial Arboretum, Cannock Chase and site of Castle Hill Iron Age hilltop fort; Stoke on Trent; etc.