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Previous guest - verified booking
"Pinclanity Mill splendid isolation and tranquility impressed as it did on our first visit last year. Once again the weather was good during the day and we were able to get out an appreciate the beauty of this relatively remote area. Warned that builders were on site before embaking upon the holiday twe found that they did not impinge upon it whatsoever, remining unobtrusive throughout the stay. Last year I thought the property would be spoilt by an extra dwelling on the site therfore, it was a pleasant surprise to find that the new dwelling blended in sympathetically with the original cottage. No one should be put off by the new dwelling especially when both properties may be let as a siggle entity, thus retaining the peaceful seclusion and isolated charm that currently exists. Incidentall getting to Pinclanty Mill cottage from P&O or Stena Ferries at Cairnryan should be included in the how to get there details. Leaving Ferry terminal proceed north on the A77 towards Ayr, proceed through Ballintrae for approximately one mile, and take B734 signposted Colmonel. Proceed on B734 to ’T’ junction with A714 just north of Pinwherry and turn left. Proceed north for approxiamtely one mile and take first right rejoining B734 signposted Barr. Take care turning off the A714 unto B734 as it imediately crosses the Stinchar River on a narrow humped bridge before ascending a steep hill with a blind hairpin bend on a single track road. The cottage is approxiamtely three miles along this road on the left had side, and clearly signposted Pinclanty Mill. April 2012."
Shaun - verified booking
"What an absolute gem of a property – The owners have made Pinclanty Mill a fantastic place to stay. The house is furnished to a very high standard with a large secure garden for dogs that make it a very comfortable place to relax and forget the day to day stresses and strains of working life. Pinclanty Mill is set in peaceful seclusion amidst a working/farming estate with fantastic views of the hills and River Stinchar and is an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful part of Scotland.The owners of Pinclanty Mill, Fiona and Jonny and their son, Geordie, went out of their way to ensure our holiday was all we’d hoped for. The recipe for the best way to serve partridge breasts was excellent!Our stay was also made a special by Douglas (Gamekeeper), his wife Gemma and their impeccably behaved children along with Lindsay and Shona from the farm, all of whom added much to our enjoyment of this lovely spot. A fabulous and unforgettable 2 week holiday and meeting lovely people made it quite a sad departure on Saturday morning as it was one of the best UK holidays we've ever had - thank you. Like many others I’m sure, we will be back next year"
Previous guest - verified booking
"There wasn’t a visitors’ book, nor was there a separate folder of local information re the nearest shop, Post Office, and so. The only fitting I would have expected was an electric - shaver socket, but the owner produced an adaptor very readily and quickly - apparently no one had ever asked for one. My wife definitely decided that the area had a great deal to offer in every way - I had stayed briefly in Girvan in 2003 and in Ayr in 2004, when I came to like it very much, and I was delighted to be able to explore it a little more fully. I would add that the weather seems to have been a lot better than in other areas, despite Ayrshire’s reputation. June 2012."
George - verified booking
"Great location. House well appointed. Shame that the previous occupants had treated the property so badly. Caretaker had to have carpets cleaned in several places and they were still wet when we arrived. Some of the kitchen utensils had not been properly cleaned even though a dishwasher was provided. Amazing number of frying pans in cupboards. There was an instruction not to open the kitchen window. In the hot summer this made the kitchen unbearably hot at times. The fridge freezer needed attention and a gas serviceman had to attend to reset the boiler. However, we had a very good time and the caretaker was very helpful."
Barry - verified booking
"The property was secure with a fob entry to the front door. Once at the door of 1G there is a ramp for wheelchair access but disability access stops there, no grab rails near toilets, showers etc. Although plenty of brochures re local amenities I was disappointed when I was unable to find instructions re local recycling, local doctors, hospitals etc. Having spent 5.5 hours getting to the location I would have liked to wash my hands but there was not even a small piece of soap to do this. We were not given instructions regarding what to do with the key on departure."