The host was lovely, we had milk, eggs, butter, dishwasher tabs etc there when we arrived.. The hot tub was great (although not secluded) so it is a lovely place. However, some things spoiled the week a bit due to expectations not being met with the description. Restricted internet access was not advised in the description of this cottage and I would not have booked it had I been aware. When you go to Wales for a week in March, you know the weather will be mixed so we went looking forward to cosy days and evenings watching Skygo (for the F1) and Netflix. We couldn’t even watch Utube! This was a big deal for us as we both have very busy jobs and this was time to de-stress. The description said there was good broadband. Very disappointed with this and it spoiled the week in what otherwise is a lovely cottage and setting. You also need to make it clear on the site that you CANT walk on the beautiful fields in the pictures. You have to walk for ages along a single track road before getting to a riverside trail to walk the dog, so it was quite restrictive. The heating is also not controllable, which was fine on the chilly evenings as there are blankets but one night, the master bedroom was overheating (27 degrees it said on the controller!) so I couldn’t sleep and couldn’t turn it down. The mattress on the master bed is also past it’s best being a bit hard. These are things to be aware off - if people know of these things, this would be absolutely fine as we still had a lovely week in a a lovely cottage - you just need to ensure people know exactly what they are getting so there are no disappointments. I had my kindle so got lots of reading done, but my husband doesn’t read, so these little things like internet are important - even if it had cost more. However, I would recommend the place, the owner is lovely and it’s a gorgeous setting and very well maintained cottage.