Holiday Cottages In Fort Augustus To Rent
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Loch Ness holds one of Scotland’s most famous legends, the Loch Ness Monster more affectionately known as Nessie. Keep your eyes peeled for it when you visit, this created is reported to live in the depths of the loch. Aside from the beautiful Loch Ness, visitors can take in Urquhart Castle and Eilean Donan Castle; each steeped with their own intriguing history. Both Fort William and Inverness are close to hand, and the local walking opportunities will not disappoint.
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Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"Very stylish flat however not the high standard we have come to expect from a rural retreat. Lighting in the apartment was very poor. Given that natural light into this ground floor flat is minimal, lighting is extremely important at key areas including the kitchen, dining table and near wardrobes. Also it wasn't clear from the website that it was a ground floor apartment - could hear people moving around upstairs (although not they weren't noisy it wasn't expected so not relaxing). Also there was a musty smell: especially in the family bathroom (despite keeping door open for the whole of our 8 night stay); wardrobe in main bedroom (had to keep doors open for the whole of our stay); chest of drawers in main bedroom (couldn't use at all). Lastly not sure whether equipment is checked before new visitors arrive e.g.. toaster only toasts on one side of each piece of bread, blunt chopping knives, light bulb in cooker hood needs replacing. Attention and care that is usually there in a rural retreat was sadly missing...."
Keri - verified booking
"This is the third time we have stayed at Skyefall in the last 4 years but unfortunately would not return. Although the apartment itself is beautiful and in a stunning location, it has not been well maintained. We were very disappointed this time around. The double bed is badly needing replaced and it is also advertised as a kingsize but is actually only a double. One of the spare beds has a massive dip in it. The bedroom carpets are needing replaced as they are extremely dirty (stained) and very worn which makes them hard to even hoover. The kitchen units were missing panels and the outside light wasn't working.The couch is also now extremely uncomfortable, again very worn :-( Particularly as we have been there a few times, we have noticed the deterioration."
Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"In the apartment's description it wasn't unfortunately mentioned that S44719 was part of a five apartment complex in the Brother's Wing. The only windows (front-facing) looking into a rather small courtyard where a ventilation system was constantly switched on. Sleeping with an open window isn't advisable. The ceiling was paper-thin, we always heard every movement from above when that apartment was rented (which wasn't the case all the time we stayed there). It also wasn't mentioned that there are about 100 flats in the whole complex, so it was bigger than we had expected. Though we weren't bother by that as it wasn't the main season when we stayed there."
Alec - verified booking
"We (4 adults, 1 child) had a very nice holiday in Fort Augustus and the S22704 Apartment. The historic building, the amenities, the atmosphere, the location were all grand. Negative to report is the fact that the swimming pool and the sauna were not available (due to a fire some months ago). We should have been informed of this at the time of booking! Also - as my wife is partially impaired in her mobility - I asked if there were any stairs to the flat, unfortunately I didn´t get an answer and we were all rather schocked, when it turned out that there were over 50 steps to the apartment! However, we managed somehow. The weather was good to us."
Jessica - verified booking
"Our lodge was immaculate and the location of the site was ideal for exploring the Northern Highlands . We will definitely visit that part of Scotland again. As a family with a baby and young child, we'd probably opt for a more family focused site next time; something with a play park and more expansive grounds for children to run around on (e.g a play field). Out of the many places we visited, Fort Augustus where this site is located, was our least favourite. Lacked 'life' and we weren't too impressed by the food served in the local pub - it was honest, cheap and cheerful homemade food, but nothing special."