Holiday Cottages In Evanton To Rent
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Peter - verified booking
"The owners is nice old chap very welcoming but the sad truth is the cottage has seen better days. The bathroom has black mold and smells. The fridge is worn out and runs continuously and does not keep things cold enough. It is so noisy it stops you sleeping at night. We gave up turned it off at night and went to the shops each day for fresh food. There is no freezer. The boiler is also very noisy. The lighting set up is ridiculous with all the upstairs and downstairs lights in the main areas on one circuit. Spot light shine in your face when watching TV. By contrast the kitchen area has no lights over the work service and is dark and dingy to the point of being dangerous to chop in. The sky light over the bed area has a blind but the sleeping area is open to the living area and skylight over that area has no blind or no means of closing it so you get woken up by daylight at 4.30 am at this time of year. There was no information as to things to do in the cottage or places to go.The garden is lovely but again no garden furniture to enjoy it so you are stuck inside.Overall the property is not to a suitable standard for renting out to,the public in its current state. With some work, new equipment and some thought it could be lovely."
Kevin - verified booking
"This was the ideal location for my wife and me. It is remote enough to provide peace and quiet but close enough to Inverness and the A9 to make exploring the area very easy. It has a great view, overlooking a field to the Cromarty Firth. S24781 is a fantastic house. It is very clean and tidy and looks very fresh. It is obviously well looked after. The house is well equipped and the owners have thought of everything - from a range of games for all the family to good books and DVDs. They have even provide the instruction manuals for all the devices in the house (DVD, TV, CD/Radio, central heating, etc.) The kitchen is modern and fully equipped, so you could easily cook a full meal for a family.We used the cottage as a base for travelling around the area and returning at night. We covered locations such as the isles of Harris and Lewis (via ferry from Ullapool to Stornaway), Kyle of Lochalsh, Aviemore, Pluscarden Abbey and local attractions such as Cawdor Castle, Fort George and Culloden. Channonry Point is a short drive from the house. This is the best place in the UK to sight dolphins, but I must confess we did not see any (wrong time of year)."
Jill - verified booking
"At the time of my stay the woodburning stove was broken and unable to be used. The fridge was in need of repair and as it was situated downstairs and directly underneath the bed the continual noise of the motor meant I had to turn the fridge off at night in order to sleep. I feel as the cottage has few light switches - but far too many lights - a power cut would create a very uncomfortable place to stay, especially for a solo traveller like myself. I would have enjoyed to use my radio by the bed but couldn't reach the only available socket as it was hidden behind a huge head board.I am sorry to paint such a sad description of the property which in other circumstances and with some repairs and alterations would be a lovely place to stay...but not for me."
Sim - verified booking
"We spent a glorious week at S24788 at the end of October. The cottage is beautiful and perfectly equipped, a real home from home. It was full of little extras, like the welcome pack and the box of toys for the children that made us feel instantly comfortable. The location is stunning, with breathtaking views across the Moray firth and we had plenty of visits from deer, migratory geese and the majestic red kite. The hill leading up to the cottage is very steep, but perfectly manageable if you take it slowly.I cannot recommend this cottage highly enough and it was a real wrench to leave the bonny black isle and head back to normality."
Lorna - verified booking
"Negatives first: The kitchen/dining area was a little cramped. The property sleeps 4, but there were just the two of us and it felt crowded and cramped when eating. The fridge was too small. This property is somewhat remote so a bigger fridge would have been preferable. The outside furniture was uncomfortable. The bathroom door was unpredictable and sometimes swung open wide.Positives: The property was light and airy. The living room was comfortable and pleasant. The beds were not of the highest quality but relatively comfortable, and the bedrooms were a good size. The location of the property is lovely, scenic and quiet."