Holiday Cottages In Inverkeithing To Rent
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Fiona - verified booking
"This cottage is in a beautiful location, surrounded by fields regularly visited by deer and rabbits, and it's easy to find, and well placed for visiting much of Central Scotland. It's extremely peaceful and quiet, and while there are no shops in easy walking distance, it's just five minutes drive away from Bridge of Earn, and 15 minutes from Perth. Unfortunately, the cottage itself was a let-down. On the first night, the curtain pole in one bedroom fell down, and it was just luck that my elderly mother hadn't gone to bed yet, as the heavy pole landed on her pillow! The owners did arrange a repair for the Monday, but this meant we had to waste an entire morning waiting in the cottage for the joiner to come and do the repair. We were also told by the owners that they had already known the curtain pole was faulty, so it really should have been done before we arrived. Every one of us found the beds to be brick-hard and deeply uncomfortable, and the pillows very lumpy, so we all felt sore and sleep-deprived by the end of the week! The sofa in the living room seems to be a budget Ikea sort of thing, which feels quite narrow to sit on, and the two armchairs were lumpy, so it was impossible to really relax anywhere. This cottage is perfectly located for those with mobility issues, being all on one level and with easy access, but mobility issues can also mean that you want to spend a wee bit more time relaxing in the holiday accommodation, and the budget soft furnishings in this cottage meant that was impossible. The kitchen was constantly full of flies, so much so that preparing food meant constantly flapping flies away from the food, then hurrying through to the lounge with it to eat, as it would be impossible to eat at the kitchen table without the flies getting to your food before you! It's understandable that there will be lots of bugs in the area when you're surrounded by fields, but it would be a big improvement to find out where the flies are gaining access and block it up. The kitchen could also have benefited from some more equipment - there were enough pots and pans, but not a single baking tray to use in the oven. With some money spent to install properly comfy beds and sofa/armchairs, and the flies' access cut off, this would be a perfect wee holiday cottage, but the budget feel of the furnishings and equipment really let it down. It ended up being the most uncomfortable self catering accommodation we've ever had, and though we loved the area and the tranquillity of the setting, we would never book this cottage again."
Mel - verified booking
"We've just returned from a week in the cottage, which sleeps up to four in two bedrooms - we were a smaller group of 3 + one dog. We chose this property for the location in a village with good amenities, as well as the secure entrance yard. We also had planned to travel with another couple, who would take the adjoining cottage, so this setting would work really well for a bigger group who wanted to maintain someone privacy or separate space.The village is beautiful and you have two parks, village shop, excellent butchers and two pubs within easy walking of the cottage. With small log burner, lots of space in the cottage lounge and dining spaces and two good sized bedrooms, this was a great choice for us. One long corridor connects all the spaces which gives lots of room for shoes, hanging space for coats. There was a great selection of DVDs fot cosy movie nights in and books to read. The parking space behind the cottage was perfect for us, even though the road nearby is quite quiet.Location is really well connected for travelling the area, visiting the Cairngorms, St Andrews, Pitlochry, Stirling, etc. and regular trains from Cupar (5miles away) mean you can choose not to drive. We’ll definitely be back again - a week wasn't long enough to see everything! :)"
Beth - verified booking
"This is the second year we have stayed at the cottage and once again we have thoroughly enjoyed the cottage, we enjoy the amenities around the area and chilling at night in the cottage which is lovely and quiet. The owners are amazing and very accommodating and go out of their way to ensure our stay is always very enjoyable. The cottage is a bungalow and is adapted in the bathroom to accommodate persons who have mobility issues, this is such a bonus for us as we have persons in our group who do benefit greatly from this and I would definitely recommended the cottage should anyone require this for themselves. Overall the cottage for us is a great find and we are already planning our third visit as it really does have a home from home feeling whereby; all of us instantly feel at ease, chilled and able to relax and we are all looking forward very much to our next visit, we would like to thank the owners for their very welcoming hospitality."
Tracy - verified booking
"The cottage is in a lovely position at the top of a slope looking down over a loch with a fabulous view from the large bedroom window. Everything is immaculately kept, and it had everything we needed including a very generous welcome pack on arrival. Towels, bath robe and even slippers were included. The owners have provided an 'honesty room' where you can get a variety of information or borrow games, DVDs etc. though we didn't actually get time to use these as we had only booked 3 nights. The cottage is away from everything but ideally situated for sightseeing - we visited Balloch at Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle, Doune Castle, the Wallace Monument and Edinburgh and also had a lovely evening stroll round the loch next to the cottage. Perfect break!"
Barry - verified booking
"Although only 4.5 miles from Stirling it is worth taking your time getting there. The single track roads were a challenge and the numerous potholes in them kept your attention but having got there the cottage was everything as promised. The central heating kept the place cosy. The cottage was beautifully clean, the welcome pack was adequate and the views to the rear are magnificent. The tv and internet connection was patchy but what you would expect in the “wilds”. Overall I loved the cottage and the views and it is a good place to be based if you want to investigate this part of Scotland. The owner assisted us not only with directions to the local hotspots,ie, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Falkirk, but with a minor problem with the shower"