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Roslyn - verified booking
"The downstairs of the property is dark & dingy. No welcome pack to advise how to use heating or lighting.The cooker is so old that the numbers have disappeared for saying which ring you are using and the temperature. Stairs between kitchen & lounge have rounded chunks of wood over them making them slidy & a trip hazard. You have to walk through dark lounge to locate the light switch, many switches on the panel which do not seem to be connected to anything. Only one light fixture on stairs then you have to walk through upper lounge to bedroom to get a side light at bed as no bulb or switch for ceiling fitting. Low ceiling height upstairs, I am only 5ft 4 & bumped into ceiling. Lamp on deck hanging off wall. No hot/cold indicator on any of the taps. Bath hot tap would not turn, plumber had to be called. Only a two seater sofa in lounge which is ancient. Only a two seater chair on deck - this property is advertised for 3. Garden grounds not kept, over run with weeds. Downstairs full of dusty junk, dark rope put around everything, the ceiling, shelving even the toilet roll holder - dust catchers everywhere!!! Lounge windows not cleaned. The best part was the view and the open access to the beautiful clean beach - the locals were so friendly & helpful. Many lovely walks from the door."
Alastair - verified booking
"We instantly fell in love with Cross Tides. The upstairs living room was the clincher, and we were mesmerised looking out at the Moray Firth in all of its lights and moods. Don't forget your camera and binoculars. Those darned dolphins/porpoises proved to be elusive, though. Still, we had a friendly seal who popped up to say hello. Cross Tides feels/is much bigger than it looks on arrival. We were perfectly comfortable - easy to make yourself at home (not all holiday cottages have that feeling). The complimentary bottle of wine and shortbread added a friendly touch. The local Spar shop is quite well stocked. A short-ish drive into Tain will give you Asda and Tesco. We recommend a visit to Sunflowers café on Tain main street (there's a second Sunflowers place up a side street, too). Hilton village is well situated if you want to explore this area - Inverness, Loch Ness (monster and all), Culloden battlefield, Nairn, Dunrobin Castle, etc. If you are into history, this is Highland Clearances country. Our longest trip was up the east coast route to John o'Groats. Would we book Cross Tides again? This week we shall be booking our second visit for 2019."
Angela - verified booking
"Our family had a brilliant stay at Seaboard house. Lovely house with a fantastic view from the sitting room window. Great kitchen well equipped, great bedrooms with very comfortable beds. Good for using as a base as we traveled all over visiting different places during our weeks stay. Sadly we didnt spot any dolphins from the sitting room window but we did see dolphins from the shore at Portmahomack and Chanonry Point. The local people were all very friendly, every time we were outside anyone passing by chatted to us. The local Spar shop was very well stocked and the shop assistants were also very helpful and friendly. The Balintore Inn is a lovely pub and the owner sat talking to us for ages when we popped in for a drink. All in all we had a fantastic holiday and our family would highly recommend Seaboard House for a holiday stay. Oh yes, and our 2 dogs thoroughly enjoyed their holiday at Seaboard House as well. Hope to visit again in the future."
Mary - verified booking
"Lovely house that looks recently decorated (mainly in wood), let down by a worn kitchen with not enough attention to detail (e.g. one frying pan that was so worn that we wouldn't use it and bought one in the supermarket. One old oven tray, old hob..) The stairs were slippy for my dogs so be careful if you've dogs with you.No information or welcome pack.The commercial Inn is the only dog-friendly pub in the area and it doesn't sell food and isn't open every night. The holiday would have been much better if there were places we could walk to with the dogs and have a meal.Nice beach walks and lovely area. Unfortunately we were there in March with thick snow and we found the upstairs and the hallway heating to be inadequate. A few additional heaters would have helped or at least having the coal fire available for use.I won't return as the main issue for me was finding things to do with my dogs without driving."
Grant - verified booking
"This was our second stay in this beautiful little cottafe cottage. Rosscot is situated in a beautiful location with a lovely big and secure garden for our two dogs, Tain is just a short drive away for shops and there is a farm at Fearn which sells tasty free range eggs. The cottage is located near a beach which is only two minute drive away and is usually empty which is perfect for walking the dogs and a nature reserve on the estuary is only a short walk from the cottage. The cottage is very comfortable and welcoming and very cosy, none of us want to leave at the end of stay. Nigg is a lovely area and there are lots of beautiful white sanded beaches to visit and I would recommend a visit to the Glenmorangie distillery too. This year we drove up to Durness and the drive up was nothing short of breathtaking as was the trip to John O Groats. We look forward to staying in Rosscot again in the future."