4.6★ Very good Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 8 Customer Reviews "I do not feel this is a 4 tick property." Basic kitchen utensils such as scissors and measuring jug not available. The cooker was old and it was impossible to see the temperature on the oven dials or which cooker knob referred to which burner as all the information had been removed from wear and tear. Kitchen floor was dirty, especially around the cooker floor and the entrance into the property from the rear garden. There were no clothes drying facilities despite the property description stating washer dryer. There was no garden washing line or indoor airer. Upon arrival disappointed to discover shower door was missing in the ensuite bathroom due to being broken. Notified of this by a note left in the bathroom. I feel we should have been informed about this by the owner when we spoke to him the day before we arrived to arrange key collection. The replacement shower door was at the property, despite the note saying the door may not arrive in time to be replaced before we began our stay. If the owner had spoken to us I would have been happy for it to be fitted whilst we were at the property. I deliberatley choose a property with 2 bathrooms as there was 5 adults staying, so it was very inconvenient and disappointing. There was no visitor book at the property to leave feedback and no welcome guide with details of the property i.e. rubbish/recycling facilities etc.I had to hunt around for instruction book for washing machine, The cottage is in a lovely location and we did have an enjoyable break but I feel the above concerns need addressing. Thank you for your comments. Most of these issues would have been ironed out if I had been made aware when you arrived., I do provide my contact number in the pre arrival email and Sykes Cottages also have a dedicated line for guests with any concerns during their stay. We would have ensured that the housekeeper would have been out straightaway to re clean as necessary and I would have ordered the kitchen utensils you needed if I had known that something was lacking. We had regrettably had a shower door runner issue and so ordered and had a new door delivered, unfortunately on arrival the glass was shattered and so it could not be fitted during your stay although the shower without a door was however useable with care taken. Apologies for this inconvenience and for the advert error regarding a washer/dryer, I will have the advert amended and will check if there is a clothes airer at the property or if one can be provided. Regarding a lack of literature pertaining to the property utilities, again I would have assisted with any questions you had and I'm sorry that I wasn't given the opportunity to help you at the time. We do take your review seriously and shall endeavour to add and improve as appropriate and so a we are currently in discussions with the housekeeper regarding remedial action for the markings on the oven. Property Owner Reviewed by AlisonApr 2022 "Loved the house & situation." It was perfect. Reviewed by PennyFeb 2022 "Lovely house lots of space Comfortable beds great canal Walks on the doorstep Would definitely stay here again" Reviewed by SueDec 2021 "Excellent facilities, property owner made us feel most welcome which was really appreciated." Reviewed by JulieDec 2021 "The location of Number 11 was excellent, close the the Hatton Flight & Canal for some lovely walks, with a nice pub not far away." Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Lemington Spa all close at hand and easy to get to. Number 11 was spacious, with 3 double rooms. We enjoyed our time in the big Kitchen/Diner and with some great weather were able to open up the double doors,and enjoy the garden area too. The kitchen provided all the basics we needed, as we cooked in several evenings, and make the most of the lovely dining area, and afterwards enjoyed the benefit of watching a film or two. Nikki the Housekeeper, went out of her way to arrange things to facilitate a severe allergy one of our party had, and this really was appreciated, nothing seemed too much trouble to her. Thank You. It was also great to chat with Brett the owner, who was also keen to make sure everything went smoothly, and provided a lovely welcome with some rather nice wine - Thank You Brett. Reviewed by amandaSep 2021 "A lovely large property where families can gather to enjoy a relaxing holiday." Set in beautiful surroundings with long strolls along the canal bank to see the boats navigate the 21 Hatton locks. Fabulous kitchen with conservatory roof to enjoy the daytime sunshine and then the stars at night. We will definitely return. Reviewed by ChristineSep 2021 "The location of the cottage is perfect - we came as a working holiday and only had our evenings and weekends to enjoy but it was great - there is a lovely canalside pub à 15 minute walk away and we did an escape room game at the nearby shopping outlet." The house was also great for our purpose - it was spacious and had fast WiFi. Our cat also loved having so much space to run around! Brett (the host) was very communicative and even left us some beers and wine in the cottage to enjoy which was a lovely treat after a long drive. Reviewed by RhiannonSep 2021 "This was a lovely stay and the house is much larger than we imagined with lots of space for a family of 4 + dog." The beds were very comfortable and again, each bedroom was very spacious and lots of storage for clothes, suitcases etc. The house was very clean and tidy, and the sofa in the kitchen/diner was super comfy, great for our family to sit and watch movies under the stars which were visible through the large conservatory. Great area for exploring with 2 super castles close by. We would recommend The Falcon for food which is just down the road with wonderful staff and a great menu. Would highly recommend this house for families! Reviewed by VictoriaAug 2021 Show more Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x super-king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size, 1 x double Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove Snug Gas central heating and underfloor heating with woodburning stove Gas range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher 2 x Smart TV's, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 3 cars Enclosed rear garden with lawn, patio and furniture 1 well-behaved dog welcome, £25.00 pet supplement.Cats are only by prior arrangement with the owner and pet supplement would apply Sorry, no smoking Pub 0.7 miles, shop 0.5 miles The property Set in the Shakespearean County of Warwickshire, surrounded by glorious countryside, rests this stunning holiday home, 11 Hatton Terrace. This dwelling boasts a stylish interior with high glass ceilings, perfect for admiring the wonderful canal, and hosts three spacious bedrooms, offering an idyllic retreat for families and friends. An off-road parking spot can be found at the rear of the garden, inviting you to enter through the gate and travel through the large lawn towards the cottage, offering the perfect setting to soak in the evening sun and enjoy dining alfresco. Enter the lovely dwelling and discover the heart of the home, the open plan living space, where you will find the sleek kitchen fit against a sophisticated grey wall, certain to entice any budding chefs, and housing all of the modern amenities necessary to assist with your self-catering needs. Sitting in the centre of the sociable space is the elegant dining table, where you can gather together with your loved ones and recount the days adventures as you toast to a wonderful holiday. Head over to the sitting area, perfectly positioned under the stylish glass ceiling, allowing natural light to flood the room, and warm your feet by the woodburning stove as you tune into the Smart TV. Step through the property to discover an enchanting snug, where you can enjoy a moment of peace as you curl up on the sofa and escape into the pages of a compelling book. Conveniently, there is a spacious hallway for storing your belongings away from the main living areas of the house, as well as a handy cloakroom where you can freshen up after a day of exploring the surrounding countryside. Retire upstairs to find the family bathroom and indulge in a moment of relaxation in a warm bubble bath, or opt for the master bedroom, fit with a super-king-size bed, benefiting from its own private en-suite to take a refreshing shower. The first-floor homes two additional bedrooms, a king-size and a double, all offering ample storage space to unpack your belongings and featuring a contemporary monochromatic décor, which gives the home a timeless quality. In the morning, take advantage of the coffee maker and enjoy a steaming cup of coffee with a leisurely seat at the garden table, soaking in the fresh countryside air as you prepare for a new day. Step through the garden gate at the rear of the property where you'll find a tranquil canal, Hatton Locks, where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the banks of the water to discover the 21 locks, known locally as 'the stairway to heaven'. After working up an appetite, continue along the canal path to the local pub, The Hatton Arms, which offers home-cooked meals and a refreshing glass of wine, or if you'd prefer, pick up some local produce from the nearby convenience store to cook your own tasty meals from the comfort of your holiday home. Just a stone's throw away is the fun-filled attraction of Hatton Country Park, boasting a pretty shopping center with independent shops, perfect for picking up a keepsake to remind you of your fabulous holiday, as well as an adventure park offering pony rides and laser combat. Take a short journey to the market town of Warwick and tour the medieval Warwick Castle, famously built by William the Conqueror, or admire the fascinating artifacts on display at St Mary’s Church. No trip to Warwickshire would be complete without a visit to Stratford Upon Avon, famously known as the birthplace of English playwright, Shakespeare, beautifully-decorated with quaint streets homing the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the former family home of Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway's Cottage. For a memorable holiday with your loved ones in Warwickshire choose a stay at the delightful 11 Hatton Terrace. View on map About the location HATTON Warwick 3 miles; Leamington Spa 8 miles; Stratford Upon Avon 11 miles. Situated in the heart of Shakespeare country, the small village of Hatton, with its Grand Union Canal and set of 21 locks, known as 'the stairway to heaven', quietly sits in beautiful, open countryside amidst leafy country lanes, and provides an abundance of walks and cycle routes for all abilities. The ever-popular attractions of Leamington Spa, with its magnificent Georgian and Victorian buildings, and Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of William Shakespeare, are within easy driving distance, whilst nearby Warwick, with its imposing medieval castle, offers a broad range of amenities to suit all needs. With many National Trust properties in the area, including Baddesley Clinton and Packwood House, as well as numerous country parks offering spectacular views in all directions and the beautiful unspoilt Cotswolds villages, this superb location has something for everyone at any time of year! Region Information Cotswolds Cottage Holidays For bookings over 14 days the owner offers a cleaning and laundry service, payable direct.