Stayed here with wife and young kids for a 4 night stay during the October half-term break. Booked at very last minute and secured a good discount.
Arrived in the dark and in pouring rain. Found the location after a bit of a search. Cottage was warm and welcoming. Three good sized double rooms and a nice open plan kitchen/living area. The cottage is well-equipped (although we couldn't find a tablecloth or a pair of scissors) and the beds comfortable. As the website says, there is a high chair available, but it is one of those without retaining straps. Might be worth bringing your own if that's a concern.
First impressions of the cottage might be negative for some due to the close proximity of the sewage treatment works and the large number of daddy long-legs on the outside of the building (attracted by the lights I think). There are also - as ought to be expected in a country cottage like this - some pretty big spiders to be found. Nothing that the owners can do... Plus