Holiday Cottages In Letterfearn To Rent
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Janette - verified booking
"The cottage owners were lovely and made us feel very welcome. The cottage is situated up a short track (a couple of hundred yards from the end of the street) and has its own gated entrance and parking space at the back of the property. The views of the hills (Campsies?) from the back of the cottage are beautiful. You enter the cottage through your own private entrance at the back so you don't disturb the owners. The gardens are beautiful and well manicured. We saw rabbits, pheasants and lots of lovely birds on the bird feeders (binoculars were provided too!). Inside the cottage, the décor and facilities are excellent. Everything you can think of is provided from a coffee machine and coffee pods to plenty of towels and toilet rolls. The cottage is very comfortable and warm (you can control the heating yourself using a hive heating control). The décor is excellent and it is well furnished with quality furniture and bedding. The local facilities in Balfron are ok, there is a small Co-op, Post Office, pub, bakers, doctors and petrol station. We had arranged a Tesco delivery to the cottage so only used the Co-op a couple of times. We found the cottage to be very handy for what we wanted to visit. Stirling was only 20 miles away, Drymen 8 miles and Glasgow about 20 miles. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are within 20-30 minutes drive. We would definitely stay here again and can honestly say we think it is one of the best, if not the best, cottage we have stayed in."
Henry - verified booking
"My family are so glad we booked S83422 for our get-together, 8 members ranging from 5 months to 83 years and everyone thoroughly enjoyed our visit from 2nd-9th June 2018.The website description is accurate, and the booking process was very efficient, via email. Two days before departing I also received a personal message from the owners David & Jean, with detailed travelling directions and mobile number to contact anytime for advice or assistance.Our arrival fortunately coincided with beautiful sunny weather; the trip to the cottage revealed the spectacular scenery along the route. Jean met us on arrival with a warm and informative welcome. The cottage is stunning and certainly had the 'wow' factor; making everyone feel happy, excited and relaxed right from the start.The cottage and furnishings are beautiful, and it is very well appointed; nothing has been left to chance, reflecting on the thoughtfulness of the owners and a high level of customer care. This was further enhanced by the presentation of a large, quality welcome basket, which was very much appreciated.What is not to like, with nature at its best; deer, red squirrels; herons; ospreys and other abundant bird life in a stunning setting.We had a wonderful time and were all sad to leave. We hope to re-visit for another calm and rejuvenating experience. Highly recommended. Thank-you."
Jill - verified booking
"Certain things around the cottage need looking at as they appear tired. Plug-holes in bathroom broken, bathroom bin lid broken off, seal and tiles around bath need renewing, smoke alarm missing upstairs, freezer compartment in fridge broken and kettle switch is broken and you have to fiddle with it to get it to work. Cutlery is so blunt it wouldn't even cut bacon so we had to buy our own knives! Owners dogs barked often and due to acoustics of building it reverberates throughout the cottage. The door handle and lock is loose and there's a knack to unlocking and locking it. The door between the owners cottage and holiday cottage is unlocked all week too. One blind in the living room is broken and won't work. The track to the cottage is full of pot-holes, which is ok if you drive slowly but one night one of the neighbours drove right up our backside and we ended up doing 25mph down a track that really isn't suitable for that speed. Saw owners son when first arrived, he seemed polite, and saw Derek once. The cottage itself is in a lovely spot; quiet and picturesque and due to underfloor heating is warm. I, personally, didn't feel the cottage was worth the money due to the negative points as listed above."
Caroline - verified booking
"Very nice cottage, beautiful part of Scotland, very friendly cottage owners. We happened to have real nice weather too! It was a good central place to visit a large part of Scotland.It was our first visit to Scotland, so we also visited Glasgow (the beautiful Kelvingrove Museum, a roundtrip with the hop-on-hop-off tourist bus, the Willow Tea Room) and Edinburgh (National Museum, Royal Mile, Old Town). We went by train from Balloch to Glasgow. For Edinburgh we drove to Stirling, parked our car there (£3) and went by train. The Kelpies in Stirling are a beautiful landmark to visit, as is the Falkirk Wheel. We are interested in archeology too, we went to Kilmartin in Argyle to see the neolithical cairns and standing stones, the carved rock-art, and the museum. It is a 1,5 hour drive along the lochs, with a stunning view on the way, so a time well spent. the museum has a book with walks rond the several archeological sites, and more backgoud information which we found very useful."
Judith - verified booking
"We booked S23261 as a base to attend a wedding in Leith and to enjoy a week's break. The cottage was lovely and Derek was very welcoming.As well as going to Leith we visited the V&A in Dundee and St Andrew's; the town of Dunblane, where we enjoyed 2 excellent meals at the Riverside and a lovely walk; Doune Castle and village and the Distillery at Deanston; Callender and the Bracklinn Falls; Creith, which was a bit disappointing, and Killin with the amazing falls of Dochart. There is so much to do and see within a short journey of the cottage.Very slight negatives are the very bumpy half mile track from the main road to the cottage and the staircase in the cottage which has only 12 steps which are bit uneven in height."