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Antony B - verified booking
"We go away at this time each year to a secluded location to escape the noise of fireworks. Although not secluded, there are just a few properties close by and it was very peaceful. The property is accessed via a private road and sits alone on a plot of land in a valley that overlooks fields to the front. The cottage is well appointed with a large lounge & dining area with two comfy sofas. There is a good sized TV in the lounge & in both bedrooms with Free-Sat channels. Reception can sometimes be a problem in bad weather. There is also a DVD player & selection of DVD's. The kitchen has an oven & electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and is very spacious. There is a utility room next to the kitchen with a washing machine & dryer plus another small freezer & fridge. The main bedroom has a large double bed and overlooks the open aspect while the second bedroom has two signals with a modern en-suite shower. There is a separate bathroom without a shower. The cottage is heated with night storage heaters & a wood burning stove. A little info about how the storage heaters work would be helpful if like us, you are not familiar with them. There are some great walks in the area & some great drives.Make sure that you have everything that you need as the nearest shop is in Aviemore which is about 20 minutes away, There is a small Tesco in Aviemore and many independent shops. It is pet friendly & a great place for dogs. Sadly, the previous visitors allowed their dogs to foul in the garden & didn't pick it up, I'm not sure how many dogs they had but I picked up 16 bags of poop! That was the only negative though & the owners are very helpful & attentive. We would definitely return..."
- Dr Watts, October 2018 - verified booking
"..’ The A9 is a busy dual carriageway at his point so if arriving from the South vehicles need to leave just after Kingussie turning onto the B9152 which runs parallel with the A9 and Kincraig is on this road. Tigh An Tearlach is a surprisingly spacious bungalow. It was warm and comfortable and over the week we came to love the place. One downside was that the bath taps didn’t function but we noticed a spare in the utility room so this is clearly in hand. The shower worked well. The river Feshie is 5 minutes walk away and there are many signed woodland walks within a few miles. Native wildlife abounds and the Highland Wildlife park is only 10-15 minutes away by car, making an annual pass very good value, particularly as it also allows unlimited visits to Edinburgh and a number of other Zoos around the UK. We missed the crowds by having 3 early morning visits and had wonderful quiet views of the animals including, of course, Hamish, the young Polar Bear!"
gordon - verified booking
"Great house in a quiet location. Not very clear what you get with things like the spa, assumed it had all the bells and whistles, contacted number given when discovered lights didn't work in spa and was told they would contact the owner, never heard another thing despite being there a week.Advertisement said there was a phone, for a whole week we looked for this mysterious phone! On the day we were leaving after a week it was found in a bedroom drawer but with no connection cable! Would definitely recommend a guard which goes round the whole hearth of the fire as dangerous if a young child falls on it. The area is great if your a mountaineer or hillwalker, if not then book somewhere in Inverness as you will be back and forward there. Definite visit is the Landmark centre but choose a nice day. All in all, a nice quiet house but communication needs to improve slightly."
Sarah - verified booking
"This was our first stay in the area and we found Hyland Cottage perfectly placed for exploring the local area. All the local attractions we wanted to go to were within less than a 20 minute drive - visited Landmark adventure Park, Highland Wildlife park, the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre.The cottage itself was very well equipped and you did not feel the need to clean everything before first use like you do in some accommodation. It was positioned close enough to be able to walk into Aviemore for dinner etc (10-15 mins) but far enough out to be very peaceful - our daughter even had a close encounter with a deer on the way back from town one evening. Would have no problems with using this as a base if we were visiting the area again."
Mrs Susan Hill, Newark, Nottinghamshire - verified booking
"This cottage must be the best we have stayed in and we have stayed in a few. The comfort of the beds and furniture was excellent. It was warm and lovely to return to at the end of the day. The apartment was much bigger than the pictures depicted, it was a pleasure to stay. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful, the Spar shop a few yards away was very handy, the butchers just over the bridge was outstanding and the fish van on a Monday night was very nice. The bird life from the bedroom window and also lounge window was very interesting. Granite cottage is a credit to them, I wish them every success and hope to go back soon, thank you to the owners for your hospitality."