Holiday Cottages In East Dunbartonshire To Rent
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East Dunbartonshire cottages
Stonylea Cottage - 28146
Campsie Fells Haven
Milton of Campsie
The Pavillion - 28064
The Ploughmans - UK5531
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Stephen - verified booking
"Very well presented cottage in a lovely part of the world. It's close to a fairly quiet fast road but the noise from traffic isn't a problem. To be clear we are seasoned travelers and rent four or five properties in the UK each year and I guess are fairly picky. The ground floor layout and standard of finish is generally high and very comfortable for just two guests. The bedroom and bathroom are both lovely too and the bed was very comfortable and the property was immaculately clean throughout. The owner also left several items of produce which is always appreciated and when we spoke to him he was both helpful and kind.This cottage already scores well but could very easily be a perfect retreat with just a few minor adjustments and these are mentioned to hopefully assist the owners. As this is a dog friendly property, a cornerstone of any property we rent would be the garden. This cottage would really benefit from a secure (fenced garden) because the cottage is near to a road and any k9 toilet break means you too are out in whatever weather is about at the time. The garden could do with being checked too as there was a bit of broken glass around. Wifi is important to us and there was nothing in the property to tell us how to connect (ie the password), which meant a call to the owner, who fortunately was available and also fortunate that we had a mobile signal. However, it was only at this point that we were informed that the broadband was on a limited monthly download allowance and whilst it worked properly we were advised not to use it too much in case there'd be nothing left for those renters that followed. There were a few other small matters, which could so easily have been resolved by an in-house instruction manual, which would make life for the guests and the owners so much easier. All that said it's lovely but with a few tweaks could be memorable."
Janette - verified booking
"The cottage owners were lovely and made us feel very welcome. The cottage is situated up a short track (a couple of hundred yards from the end of the street) and has its own gated entrance and parking space at the back of the property. The views of the hills (Campsies?) from the back of the cottage are beautiful. You enter the cottage through your own private entrance at the back so you don't disturb the owners. The gardens are beautiful and well manicured. We saw rabbits, pheasants and lots of lovely birds on the bird feeders (binoculars were provided too!). Inside the cottage, the décor and facilities are excellent. Everything you can think of is provided from a coffee machine and coffee pods to plenty of towels and toilet rolls. The cottage is very comfortable and warm (you can control the heating yourself using a hive heating control). The décor is excellent and it is well furnished with quality furniture and bedding. The local facilities in Balfron are ok, there is a small Co-op, Post Office, pub, bakers, doctors and petrol station. We had arranged a Tesco delivery to the cottage so only used the Co-op a couple of times. We found the cottage to be very handy for what we wanted to visit. Stirling was only 20 miles away, Drymen 8 miles and Glasgow about 20 miles. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are within 20-30 minutes drive. We would definitely stay here again and can honestly say we think it is one of the best, if not the best, cottage we have stayed in."
Peter - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, really homely and comfortable. Mattress far too soft resulting in my back going out on the first night, spoke to owners, lovely family, they came round a couple of hours later with a firmer mattress for us. The driveway track is not good as affected by weather and farm vehicles. Not good for cars with low suspension and low profile tyres. We have a four wheel drive truck so no problem. Or if a normal car, just go careful and it would be ok. There is a shelter over the front door where you can park which is good especially on frosty mornings. A small garden area with decking and patio set and rotary line. The views are fantastic. Countryside and mountains and lots of sheep. There is a log burner in the lounge comfy leather suite and thick rug, dining table & chairs. Music centre, TV, DVD, Video Player and more games than any single toy shop I have seen. The kitchen is well equipped. A welcome basket and filled fruit bowl welcome you on arrival and the owner even popped round with 2 bowls of lovely sticky toffee pudding she had made one evening. This was our second visit and it suits us very well."
Greg - verified booking
"We had a great stay at the Ben Alder Lodge. Everything was clean and ready to go when we arrived. The kitchen is stocked with all the needed utensils, and the appliances all worked nicely. We were able to wash a few clothes, in the washer provided, which was a great help as our clean clothes were running low. The bed was comfortable and the cottage warm.We like the location of Ben Alder, due to its closeness to Milton of Campsie. But it is also close to Kirkentuloch, a great little village with a number of coffee shops. There are also several grocery stores in Kirkentuloch, for purchasing needed supplies for use in the self-catering cottage. There is also an attractive Parish Church and interesting canal and path running through the town.I also like that the cottage is near the Campsie Fells, quite a beautiful set of hills, that one can walk in, if you enjoy that. All and all, we had a great experience. Recommended!"
Bret - verified booking
"The cottage was historically interesting, beautifully clean, and Jenette was friendly and helpful. There were some downsides, though I feel mean mentioning them. The back garden was not very dog-proof, despite the addition of a couple of gates that our cockapoo bounded past immediately; the stairs were very steep; the bed was softer than we were used to; and the kitchen was a bit cramped. Equipment levels were inconsistent: there must have been about 50 plates but only two forks, and we ended up arranging our groceries on the worktop because the cupboards were so full of other stuff. The TV and DVD were not connected when we arrived, so we had to pull the units out and disconnect the Freesat to free up the scart cable. There were three radios but they were all non-working and ornamental. Overall we felt we were squatting in someone else's home rather than being given the space to make it our own."