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Abigail - verified booking
"Beautiful cottage in a beautiful location. Took a bit of finding at first but once we had found it it was all fine. Very clean, tidy and well equipped. It felt homely as soon as we walked in and we were soon comfortable and settled. Our 3 year old loved exploring the house and garden which is steep in places but that is mentioned in the description and we just kept a closer eye on her at the back of the property. We had some fantastic sunsets and sunrises from the property . Great weather and Dolphins spotted from the boat trips. Shop in Gairloch is very well stocked and open until late every day including Sunday so you never go short. Badracho Inn still as good as ever. The road down to Port Henderson at first seems a very long one even when we knew this but after a few days you quickly get used to the bends and it started to feel much quicker. All in all a great holiday in a lovely house in a fantastic location with stunning views!"
Robyn - verified booking
"Fabulous cottage in a beautiful location. Will definitely return to Applecross area without a doubt. However, certain parts of the cottage could do with a deep clean e.g. the fridge, cooker and living room carpet. As we rented in winter and the water supply comes from the loch, we were told on the day we arrived that the pipes would freeze in cold weather and we could be without water. We had a 4 month old baby with us and although this wouldn't have stopped me coming, had I been informed beforehand I would have ensured I took bottled water to make baby formula if the water did stop. The upstairs bathroom wasn't working also because of the frozen pipes and so 4 adults had to share one bathroom and due to the loch filled tank, you must leave 15mins between each shower. This wouldn't have stopped me going here, but would have been nice information to have before hand."
Sue - verified booking
"Fabulous location and fabulous views from all windows. Great to while away the time just sitting watching the effects of the changes in weather. We loved the remoteness of this cottage, which was very comfortable, well equipped and spotlessly clean, for me, my partner, 80year old mom and dog Jack. Enclosed garden to allow Jack to wander freely without us worrying. Lovely walks from the cottage ( not for mom ) and nearby. Nearest shop / cafe approximately 6 miles away stocked with basics, very friendly and welcoming. Due to time of year, not a lot open around, but this didn't worry us as was expected. Deer in the wildlife centre in Torridon was a treat, along with lots of wild sightings. Sea eagle and seals seen on travels around.A welcome basket of goodies on arrival was a lovely surprise and very unexpected.We look forward to returning."
Stephen - verified booking
"Excellent cottage in a good location for exploring the Gairloch and Torridon area. The accommodation and fittings were perfect for our needs on a walking and exploring holiday. A highlight was the fantastic sunset over the sea to Skye and the Outer Hebrides from the coast nearby. Interesting walks to be had in the vicinity of the cottage (Redpoint, Badachro), good food and drink at the Badachro Inn which is only a couple of miles away. Further afield, shortish car journeys to access the northern end of the Torridon Hills, Gairloch and Inverewe Gardens at Poolewe. The small museum at Gairloch is worth a visit - lots of detail on the development of lighthouse technology in the 19th C, geography and social history of the area. Also Mountain Coffee Shop and Bookshop at Gairloch for a lazy afternoon."
Margaret - verified booking
"We were 3 older ladies revisiting walking and climbing places of our youth. Location was quite stunning, particularly as we had a week of - yes- heat and total sunshine. Sunsets over the mountains were exquisite!The house seemed roomier than expected from the description, and was very well equipped and all facilities were excellent. We stocked up in the Inverness Tescos before arriving, and bought fresh fish etc in Sheildaig and Gairloch. We would have appreciated a garden table and some chairs, as we weren't off all day climbing. The house owner did provide some chairs on request. Getting up the drive and opening the heavy gates was a good exercise, and using passing places was fun once we got used to them! I would now like to make another visit, perhaps with family and grandchildren."