Holiday Cottages In Bodle Street Green To Rent
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Bodle Street Green cottages
Little Arches - S4665
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Bess, Age 10 - verified booking
"I love visiting Holy Loch Manor because it is a place where I can go with my friends and family and have a great time. It is the best place for kids because there is tonnes of space for big games like capture the flag, football, rugby and cops and robbers and many more!!! Additionally in the garden there are great trees to climb and cool stone houses and bushes to hide in so you never get board! In the house there are lots of rooms to do shows, play games and have BRILLIANT pillow fights!!!!!! OUTSIDE: In the mornings we enjoy going outside to the beach and collecting shells and playing in the water. In the summer we sometimes go swimming. One of the best things is that in the evenings you can get wrapped up in hats and scarfs and go down to the beach to have a brilliant bonfire and toast lots of yummy marshmallows!!!! ROUND ABOUT: We have a great neighbourhood, everyone is lovely and is always up for a chat. Near us there is a great pier to catch fish for dinner, sometimes you even see seals!! Round about the house are lots of mountains and rural areas to go walking and exploring like Pucks Glen, Benmore Gardens and the Kilmun Arboretum. If there is ever a rainy day there are also indoor places nearby that do soft play, laser matrix and indoor climbing and the local swimming pool is cool and has a flume. Finally I think the Manor is a fantastic place to go with you and your family to have adventures and quality family time together!!"
Emma Evans - verified booking
"We have been lucky enough to stay at this fantastic location a number of times and would heartily recommend it to other families or groups of friends. From the moment you step on the ferry to Dunoon, you can feel the relaxation beginning. And arriving at the stunning ‘big White House’ with its own private beach, the holiday feeling continues. The house has beautiful gardens which we have enjoyed everything from an Easter egg hunt in with our kids, to long family lunches. Inside the house there is a strong family feeling which, vast as it is, feels very homely. There’s plenty of space for everyone to enjoy and the views of the Holy loch you wake up to each morning are something else. When we’ve managed to drag ourselves away from tea and cooked breakfasts by the Aga, we have had a brilliant time exploring Strone and the surrounding area. Plenty of things to keep the kids entertained including woodland walks and toasting marshmallows on the beach, plus, if you don’t feel like cooking, there are many family friendly pubs nearby for lunches or early teas."
Caroline - verified booking
"Very nice cottage, beautiful part of Scotland, very friendly cottage owners. We happened to have real nice weather too! It was a good central place to visit a large part of Scotland.It was our first visit to Scotland, so we also visited Glasgow (the beautiful Kelvingrove Museum, a roundtrip with the hop-on-hop-off tourist bus, the Willow Tea Room) and Edinburgh (National Museum, Royal Mile, Old Town). We went by train from Balloch to Glasgow. For Edinburgh we drove to Stirling, parked our car there (£3) and went by train. The Kelpies in Stirling are a beautiful landmark to visit, as is the Falkirk Wheel. We are interested in archeology too, we went to Kilmartin in Argyle to see the neolithical cairns and standing stones, the carved rock-art, and the museum. It is a 1,5 hour drive along the lochs, with a stunning view on the way, so a time well spent. the museum has a book with walks rond the several archeological sites, and more backgoud information which we found very useful."
A TripAdvisor Member - verified booking
"The location of this cottage is in a sleepy village a stones throw from Loch Lomond. Tucked away on a private road, it is quiet, idyllic and beautifully appointed. The cottage was clean, tidy and well appointed when we arrived and the views were quite simply stunning. The doors on the living room/kitchen give a picture postcard view of the landscape (including the loch) and the telescope provided was a huge attraction for the kids. Upstairs there are two well appointed bedrooms with incredible views over the loch. Things to consider are: there is parking for two cars (one in a garage), the mobile reception is patch (which we thought was bliss) and there is internet, provided by a dongle (not broadband) which again was more than adequate for us and added to the relaxation. Could not recommend this place more."
Adele - verified booking
"We took our dog and we were relieved to find that the garden was very secure and spacious enough for us all to enjoy. Conversion sympathetically done, good use of space. Kitchen is small though but adequate if rather tired looking. Plenty of utensils but we found the cutlery, especially the knives not fit for purpose! Great location for local activities and attractions and well situated for others further afield. Proprietors are friendly and helpful but give you space and privacy to enjoy your holiday as you wish. It is located on a working farm so keep that in mind. There are barking dogs on occasion and obviously farm vehicles moving around but seems to be kept to a minimum, didn't spoil our holiday. On the whole a lovely relaxing place to stay with plenty to do if you so desire."