We stayed in the Teresa, and I think some of the glowing reviews here are about the Dalney, which looks much classier in photos. There's nothing major wrong with the Teresa, but I was a bit underwhelmed by the accommodation.
The Teresa is a very old cottage and therefore has some drawbacks straight away - thick walls and tiny windows and no views. The kitchen is narrow, pokey and dark. There's only a curtain separating the bedroom from the bathroom - surely an actual door could be added. Ther's no heating or exhaust fan in the bathroom either.
The fridge had no shelving attached inside the door, so there was nowhere to stand up tall bottles. There was no milk provided when we arrived - luckily I had some with me for an afternoon cup of tea. The breakfast provisions were brought over later - it's better when they are already in the cottage when people arrive, I think.
The bed was comfortable and we slept well. As I said, there's nothing major wrong, but it just wasn't as nice as other places we stayed for the same cost on our holiday. It also isn't really within walking distance of restaurants - unless you like to walk a long way.More