Holiday Cottages In Glenfinnan To Rent
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Glenfinnan is a short drive from Fort William, on the edge of Loch Shiel. There are numerous picturesque walks you can enjoy here. If you want to venture further afield than a loch-side stroll bracing coastal walks are only a short drive away. Of course, no stay in Glenfinnan is complete without admiring the viaduct. A steam train runs along it from Fort William to Mallaig in the summer, so you’ll really feel like you’re on your way to Hogwarts. The Glenfinnan Monument and Visitor Centre is another attraction well worth visiting during your stay.
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Jackie - verified booking
"We did enjoy our stay at S22622 but I didn't realise that it was part of a larger building when I booked it - probably my oversight but as we were the only ones there it didn't affect our stay. The rest of the building seems to be a 'B and B' with another apartment next to ours, if it had been occupied then I think it would have been a bit 'cosy' as our apartment door opened out on the next door apartments patio. However, the view from our apartment was lovely and it was great to be able to see the changing light over the water and the surrounding mountains. We found it a great location to get to all the lovely places that are too many to list, only about 10mins drive from Fort William with plenty of gift shops and supermarkets, even Macdonald's. There's so much to see and do. The apartment was lovely and clean with plenty of info on the area - Sammy's fish shop was good - and while there was every thing we needed my only niggle was no where to put your toiletries in the bathroom or hang your dressing gown - had to resort to the floor when we ran out of window ledge space. Personally I found the oven a bit tricky but then I'm a bit of a technophobe so that's probably why. The loose mixer tap on the kitchen sink was a pest but it still did the job - minor niggles - on the whole it was lovely and clean, comfortable, and a great location and the owner was very helpful. Don't miss the steam train, can't comment on the gondola ride up the Nevis range as it was out of order - gutted! Loch Ness is not too far away and a lovely drive, the scenery is fabulous and you must try and do the drive to Mallaig. We just wish we'd had more time to explore the area - must make it at least 2 weeks next time. I would stay here again as it's a fabulous area."
John - verified booking
"The cottage is well equipped. However the height of the oven hood is too low, so that bumping one's head is likely if you above about 5' 8" tall. Parking is a problem. We found it best to drive above the parking area and back the car into it, but not easy, when on the side of a steep hill. (This explains the low 'Location' rating.)The views are lovely from outside the cottage but limited from inside, because of the fairly small windows. The toilet is set to give a short flush. This saves water, when applicable but meant doing several flushes otherwise!There is a well equipped store in the village and meals can be had at a cafe nearby. Reasonably priced evening meals are available at the 'Boffy Bar'. If you wish to go, you are advised to book, due to its popularity. The area can be recommended for its picturesque loch and mountain views. A hide on the side of Loch Sunart gives clear views of seals. We understand otters feed in the loch too, though we did not see any. There are no red squirrels probably because of pine martins in the area. A number of people reported seeing the odd sea eagle.A few points to consider when travelling in the area are:a). beware numerous potholes. We suffered a puncture, between Corran and Strontian, where the road surface had broken away, revealing a sharp rock poking out of the ground. b). limited parking means you should go early, if you wish to see the Jacobite steam train cross the viaduct at Glenfinnan. c). at the time of writing, the ferry crossing at Corran costs £8.20 for a car."
Deborah - verified booking
"Overall the holiday was enjoyable the apartment was generally clean and tidy, the DVD's were a bonus, as was the washing line. The view from the apartment is amazing and all the leaflets and directions on how to use equipment were very helpful.There were a few issues regarding equipment not working for example blunt knives, a can opener which would not work, a vacuum cleaner which had a broken tube. These were inconveniences but soon resolved. I appreciated that the owner of the apartment was pleasant about the above issues when I text messaged her and welcomed the fact that I let her know. This attitude made me fell the owner was genuine. There was also an issue with the hot water and shower which were more concerning as the water would either run cold or very hot to the point where it scaled you. In the end we gave up with the shower and used the bath. We were unable to find alternative bedding as I am allergic to feather duvets, partly my fault as I should have checked if the bedding was feather. Again not a major problem the duvet came home with us, we left the pillows. Hope these are useful.Apart from the above the view from the apartment was fantastic, the DVD's were a bonus and the home was clean and homely. The only area which needed some attention was the area around the bath again easily resolved with bleach.I hope this is useful and I would consider staying here again in the future."
Steven - verified booking
"A superb spacious house with large garden in great location with lovely views and walks alongside the Caledonian canal. All amenities close to hand with a small Co-op just to the rear and larger stores a short distance away inFort William.The house is very well presented, very clean and has everything a large family needs, including loads of space, inside and out.Absolutely superb. The only reason it didn’t score a 10 in every section is that some of the kitchen equipment is damaged or missing. The wok has been damaged and cannot be safely used. The oven tins are similarly inferior and need replacing. Some of the glasses are missing and/or mis-matched. The owners telephone in the attached cottage also rang on numerous occasions and went unanswered. If these matters are addressed in this quality property I’m sure it would score 10 for everything.This is the place if you want space, views, quality accommodation, local amenities and accessibility to Ben Nevis, Loch Ness, Highland Wildlife Park, canal walks etc. There’s too much to do in this area in a week’s stay. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone as one of the best places to go."
Lee - verified booking
"My wife and I have just returned from a lovely 4 day break in this wonderful cottage and after reading some previous reviews I didn't exactly know what to expect; however we were in for a treat! The pictures on the website do not do this place justice. The open fire has been replaced by a lovely log burning stove which is easy to light and soon has the lounge lovely and warm with the large supply of logs provided. There is also a new sofa, chairs and carpet. The kitchen has been replaced with some new appliances (the kettle no longer leaks for those whose holiday this spoilt!) and there is a lovely large shower cubicle in the bathroom. With plenty of heating throughout we were never cold even at this time of year. The nearest shops are around a 10 minute drive so stock up on supplies and one of the nicest things for us was there is no mobile phone signal. Absolute peace and quiet is guaranteed in this wonderful, romantic part of Scotland. A big thanks goes to Mrs Stewart the owner."