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Ceri - verified booking
"Ptarmigan Lodge is in a beautiful location on the banks of Loch Lomond and was undoubtedly once a lovely holiday let. Unfortunately it hasn't seen any care or attention other than the bare minimum for many years. It's marketed as a luxury let with somewhat misleading photos to this effect, unfortunately it isn't. The house is in dire need of redecoration with stained walls and ceilings, ripped carpets, dirty furnishings, old and uncomfortable beds, broken furniture, one bathroom with a suite from the 70s and a stained bath I wouldn't bath my dog in, and a pool table with one broken adult cue and two broken child sized cues. Many of the appliances are dangerous - there are two ovens, neither of which work properly and one of which has no seal around it so the outside of the oven heats up to the same temperature as the inside. At one point the housekeeper had to take our New Year's Eve dinner away and cook it for us because the ovens wouldn't heat to a high enough temperature to cook in. Not a great option for us or her, and especially disappointing as there are notes from a few years ago in the visitor book noting the problems with the ovens. There was a radiator heater in the sitting room with a very small sticker saying "dangerous do not use". The washing machine washes continually if you don't turn it forward by hand through the cycle (not great when the water isn't mains supplied and you're unaware of the problem), the tumble dryer heats up dangerously inside causing one of our party to burn themselves.There was also a troubling lack of communication between the booking website and the caretaker who was away on holiday and unaware of our imminent arrival until the day before we were due. As you had to arrange to pick the keys up from him this really could have been a problem if he was returning from holiday after our arrival date. Our deposit wasn't returned on the morning of departure as stated in the contract and I had to send numerous reminders until I received a cheque 8 days later. Because of these reasons I think that this cottage is very overpriced (even taking into consideration the fact that we paid a higher rate than normal due to being there over Hogmanay) and significant work needs to be undetaken to justify the price and to live up to its current marketing.Ptarmigan Lodge is a potentially lovely holiday let in a gorgeous location that has been let down by a lack of investment and misleading marketing."
Jo - verified booking
"We had a fantastic week in this beautiful place. The location is amazing - right on the loch shore with access to a great stretch of pebble beach (perfect for campfires), and nestled in a lovely garden. Total peace and quiet, and lots of walks right from the door, including the ascent of Ben Lomond if you get the weather for it.The house is much bigger than it looks on the photos and we had lots of space for 2 families of 4 - the kids loved the summer house, as well as disappearing off into the gardens to explore, build dens etc. The kitchen is huge and well enough equipped for baking as well as day to day catering.It is at least 10 minutes careful slow drive along the unmade road to get there, but for us that was part of the joy as you really are away from it all, and no passing traffic. No internet - be prepared if you are here with kids!Some of the furniture is very worn, but at least we didn't have to worry about the kids damaging anything - it feels more like staying in the home of an elderly eccentric relative than a holiday home, and for us that was a good thing.The big oven could do with servicing as at least one element is not working, but there is a 2nd oven so we coped. Everything else worked perfectly - plenty of hot water, washing machine, dishwasher, heating. The caretaker was extremely helpful - thank you!"
Nicola - verified booking
"An excellent base for stunning walks and scenery. The drive from Aberfoyle to the cottage is not for the feint hearted (a 12 mile narrow road with passing places every so often) but for us it was all part of the fun.We arrived late in the evening and the cottage was cold, it took us a while to work out the heating controls but once we'd mastered them it soon warmed up. We later found a folder with all the instructions you need for the property.The cottage is very well equipped with almost everything you need for a self catering holiday. We would have liked a couple of larger saucepans for cooking and there were only four of us! The rooms are very spacious and all of the bedrooms would be able to accommodate travel cots if you have small people with you.The Pier Tearoom is only a couple of minutes walk and serves breakfast and lunch of a high quality. We can also recommend The Inversnaid Bunkhouse Bistro for dinner which is approximately 4 miles away.We had a great holiday and are already considering a return visit with more of the family."
Larissa - verified booking
"Flowers, biscuits and even doggy treats greeted our arrival! Very spacious and comfortable, overall. Plenty of room for shoes & coats, huge lounge and most of the beds were comfortable. Great having 3 toilets! Would have been nice to have heating on when we arrived as house quickly cools down when it's off. Very small kitchen with poor quality, tired pans and could have done with more cutlery for 8 people. Table has high bench seat on one side - too high for adults but good for younger children.Area great for biking and walking. Worth popping over to Loch Lomond (10 mins in car) to explore Rob Roy's cave or just enjoy part of West Highland Way. Recommend GoApe in Aberfoyle - brilliantly long zipwires and lots to see in the forest. Definitely recommend Ben Lomond (less than an hour driving) as superb paths and awesome views. Also Ben Ledi, near Callander.We stocked up to avoid shopping but there's a decent, small Co-op in Aberfoyle (25 min) and a slightly bigger Tesco in Callander. Stirling is about an hour away."
Emma - verified booking
"My family and I had a great time at Wattie cottage. We loved the log fire and cosy living room. Bedrooms were spacious and comfortable and the modern kitchen had plenty of cooking equipment, dishes and crockery including some for the children. The surrounding area is beautiful and a boat trip on Loch Katrine is a must. If you're planning a BBQ up there, the local butcher in Aberfoyle is worth a visit to stock up on delicious home made burgers, sausages etc. The cottage is around 10 miles from Aberfoyle up a windy and single lane road so its not easy to just pop to the shops but we had stocked up on supplies and were happy to explore the area around the cottage and when raining, stayed in the cosy living room with the jigsaws, games and books. We have lots of happy memories from our trip and would definitely recommend a stay at Wattie Cottage."