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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."
Frank - verified booking
"We stayed for one week in May and could not have been happier. We shared with friends from Germany who felt exactly the same way. The welcome we received from the extremely helpful owners was exceptional and included a lovely card and home baked delicious cakes.This cottage is in a perfect spot with easy access to everything we wanted to see in the area and for more lazy days, there are several lovely walks starting right at the doorstep. Every leaflet and map one could wish for were available and the owners, living next door, very only too happy to help.Kippen itself is beautiful and has a wonderful community feel to it; we can recommend both local pubs for nice food and a friendly welcome.I arrived with a large box of everything one usually doesn't find in a rented cottage and has to buy locally; I should not have bothered. Everything right down to the smallest detail/item had already been thought off. The kitchen was better kitted out then my own!I would like to mention the fabulous comfortable beds since a good night sleep is an important part of a good holiday.Last, but definitely NOT least for a party of mainly Germans: The house as spotlessly clean! Not a fleck of dust anywhere and everything was is brilliant condition or even new.If you are looking for a home from home, with a friendly welcome, great value for money and in a lovely spot, look no further. We will definitely be returning. Many thanks!"
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!"
Peter - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, really homely and comfortable. Mattress far too soft resulting in my back going out on the first night, spoke to owners, lovely family, they came round a couple of hours later with a firmer mattress for us. The driveway track is not good as affected by weather and farm vehicles. Not good for cars with low suspension and low profile tyres. We have a four wheel drive truck so no problem. Or if a normal car, just go careful and it would be ok. There is a shelter over the front door where you can park which is good especially on frosty mornings. A small garden area with decking and patio set and rotary line. The views are fantastic. Countryside and mountains and lots of sheep. There is a log burner in the lounge comfy leather suite and thick rug, dining table & chairs. Music centre, TV, DVD, Video Player and more games than any single toy shop I have seen. The kitchen is well equipped. A welcome basket and filled fruit bowl welcome you on arrival and the owner even popped round with 2 bowls of lovely sticky toffee pudding she had made one evening. This was our second visit and it suits us very well."
Charlie - verified booking
"A very cosy cottage with a unique deck at the rear that overlooks a small burn - you can hear the sound of the river which is very atmospheric. It doesn't look very big from the outside but surprisingly roomy due to a clever layout which manages to provide 2 separate shower rooms/toilets and 3 double bedrooms. It also has a private drive at the front big enough for 2-3 cars. Wood burner was used most nights and a basket of logs was provided but more available at the local Spar in Drymen. Drymen has a couple of pubs as well as a village shop and pharmacy. Balamaha is very close too and has a brilliant cafe. The Balloch House in Balloch is a gem, not least because it has a vegan menu. The food was excellent and we ate every other night! Ballock also has beautiful country park with walks down to the Loch - and red squirrels! There is a also a Coop supermarket there too. We took the train to Glasgow one day. £18 for 3 adult returns to Glasgow - really good value and the trains are every 30 mins. Would definitely stay here again if we get the chance. Recommended!"