FAQ

Will there be WiFi?
Yes - all the properties available will have Broadband WiFi provided, at no extra cost (it's all included in the rental you pay).
Is there anywhere to eat out within walking distance?
Yes - several. Good restaurants for a meal in the evening include the Bell (Modern-British), the Prince of Bengal (Indian) and the Queen's Head (Chinese/Thai). Local takeaways include Fish & Chips, Chinese, Thai, Indian, and Zorba's - for pizza, burgers, and kebabs.  During the day, and open until 5pm, there is also the Bistro at the Deli and Trinity's Cafe. Both serve sandwiches/panini, salads, cooked light-lunches, cakes, etc. (some of which to take away also).
How can I get my laundry done?
No problem - all the facilities you'll need will be at the property you book. There will be a washing machine and either a tumble dryer or a washing line outside (or both), plus an iron and ironing board.
Where would I park?
Parking won't be a problem.  You would park 'roadside' - probably right outside the property, but if not then just along the road.  (usually no more than 50 to 100 yards away).
Where are the nearest shops?
The High Street shops and supermarkets are just 500 yards (5 mins walk) away - and the two supermarkets (Waitrose & Tesco) are open until 8pm in the evening and until 4pm on Sundays.
What are the rental costs?
Depending on the size of the property and the length of your stay, it's likely to be about the same cost as a room in a hotel or B & B - but for the whole property, so great value for money! Prices are from approx £65 to £125 per night for a one-bedroomed property (for one person only), and £70.00 to £169.00 per night for a two-bedroomed property, suitable for sharers (so that equates to only £35 to £85 per person, per night). In a hotel or B & B in the area a single room would be approx £60 to £85 per night, and a double room would be approx £80 to £120 per night.  (And, of course that's just the one room - so no facilities to cook for yourself, do your laundry, etc., etc.)