Holiday Cottages In Kyleakin To Rent
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Greg - verified booking
"We had a great stay at the S23543. Everything was clean and ready to go when we arrived. The kitchen is stocked with all the needed utensils, and the appliances all worked nicely. We were able to wash a few clothes, in the washer provided, which was a great help as our clean clothes were running low. The bed was comfortable and the cottage warm.We like the location of Ben Alder, due to its closeness to Milton of Campsie. But it is also close to Kirkentuloch, a great little village with a number of coffee shops. There are also several grocery stores in Kirkentuloch, for purchasing needed supplies for use in the self-catering cottage. There is also an attractive Parish Church and interesting canal and path running through the town.I also like that the cottage is near the Campsie Fells, quite a beautiful set of hills, that one can walk in, if you enjoy that. All and all, we had a great experience. Recommended!"
Gail - verified booking
"The cottage was lovely and the owner (from a phone conversation) delightful and obviously very committed to furnishing/developing the cottage. The setting is great, and it's lovely to be able to bring our dog on holiday.There were a few minor glitches - mainly that the kitchen lighting was very bad. Not a problem during daylight hours, but we arrived after dark and it was a bit difficult to see what was what. I already know that this is a problem they are aware of and will be sorting out so it certainly wouldn't stop us from going again or from recommending it.The only other comment I'd make is that each of us, at one point or another, nearly fell down the step to the ground floor loo because it isn't an obvious step. The floor at both levels is the same so I guess it creates an optical illusion. It might be a good idea to paint the step, or the edges of it, a contrasting colour to make it more apparent."
Bret - verified booking
"The cottage was historically interesting, beautifully clean, and Jenette was friendly and helpful. There were some downsides, though I feel mean mentioning them. The back garden was not very dog-proof, despite the addition of a couple of gates that our cockapoo bounded past immediately; the stairs were very steep; the bed was softer than we were used to; and the kitchen was a bit cramped. Equipment levels were inconsistent: there must have been about 50 plates but only two forks, and we ended up arranging our groceries on the worktop because the cupboards were so full of other stuff. The TV and DVD were not connected when we arrived, so we had to pull the units out and disconnect the Freesat to free up the scart cable. There were three radios but they were all non-working and ornamental. Overall we felt we were squatting in someone else's home rather than being given the space to make it our own."
ROBERT - verified booking
"We stayed here as my husband was working in Glasgow. It is in superb location, not far from Mugdock Country park and Highland way . You can get to Loch Lomond in under half hour and then take a train in central Glasgow as 2 mins walk to nearest train station. The cottage is beautifully kept, loved the garden room with sunshine coming. Jenette was on hand if you needed any help. The cottage was highly equipped with everything to higher standard than most with lots of cooking stuff, all small things you need for a stay. We loved it here and could also walk our dog to nearby park up the hill for short walks. The beautifu Mugdock park is amazing and had lots of walks within 2 mile drive away that links into highland way. My dog Jack loved that place. There are lots of supermarket ranges nearby and so close to main city for culture. We will come back definately"
Elisa - verified booking
"Cottage was cold and on mentioning this someone came to rectify but we still found it cold. (Heating controls were in a locked cupboard). The lighting in kitchen area was not good at all with a main bulb out but very high ceiling (so we couldn't change it ourselves ) and even after mentioning this was not sorted. Mice appeared on kitchen work surfaces and again after texting owner took 2 days to come sort it. Dogs barking during the night and early in morning. Light hanging out of ceiling in upstairs shower (very dangerous). Extractor in kitchen buttons kept sticking so we struggled to turn it off. However cottage was well furnished and spacious could have done with more crockery there was only 6 of everything - I know house was for 6 but you end up setting off dishwasher 3 times a day! Both toilet seats were loose!"