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Holiday Cottages In Loch Lomond & The Trossachs To Rent

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This National Park inspired Walter Scott and has been frequently visited by many creative minds and artists. Upon seeing its beauty for yourself it is easy to see how such a landscape would inspire poetry and paintings. It is a magical part of Scotland to visit.

Aside from appreciating the stunning views, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs have plenty of activities for adventurous visitors. Loch Lomond offers days of watery fun, from kayaking to windsurfing. Back on dry land try your hand at mountain biking or get involved with one of five wild challenges. There are several loch islands to be explored and if you take a boat past Inchconnachan, keep your eyes peeled for the wallabies that live there!

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Holiday Cottages In Loch Lomond & The Trossachs To Rent

More Loch Lomond & The Trossachs Cottages

This National Park inspired Walter Scott and has been frequently visited by many creative minds and artists. Upon seeing its beauty for yourself it is easy to see how such a landscape would inspire poetry and paintings. It is a magical part of Scotland to visit.

Aside from appreciating the stunning views, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs have plenty of activities for adventurous visitors. Loch Lomond offers days of watery fun, from kayaking to windsurfing. Back on dry land try your hand at mountain biking or get involved with one of five wild challenges. There are several loch islands to be explored and if you take a boat past Inchconnachan, keep your eyes peeled for the wallabies that live there!

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  1. Jackie

    Verified purchase

    "A great newly finished cottage attached to another home (the owners daughter who was lovely) with just a couple of farm out buildings to one side. Set in an elevated position with spectacular views across Loch Striven and to Bute which are visible from every room.We loved the modern open plan sitting/dinning/ kitchen. It was well equipped and everything is new and of a high standard and very tastefully finished.The 3 double bedrooms were comfortable and each had its own well appointed bathroom. The downstairs room has no bath but a lovely large shower. The bedrooms all have a TV on the photos but my teenage son was a bit disappointed that the one in his room had been removed, he had visions of TV in bed, a luxury he is not allowed at home! The additional sitting room was small but great to read or gaze out at the view, with its patio doors and large windows.A car is essential to get about and see the surrounding area, although there is walking from the door down to the Loch.I would definitely stay again and wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others. Although it sleeps 8 (the mater room also has two single beds) I think the down stairs would be more suited to 6 i.e. for dinning and relaxing. There were only 4 of us and a dog and it was ideal"
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  2. Louise

    Verified purchase

    "The owners were very friendly and helpful and happy to deal with our requests at any time. The cottage is warm and has the added bonus of a woodturning stove in the living room which is large and comfortable.However the kitchen was not as clean as I'd expect and fairly tired, not all that well equipped with utensils and cooking equipment. The cooker is small, especially for a kitchen that size and the washing machine temperamental! It sorely lacks a dishwasher but does have a great pully for drying clothes and a big farmhouse kitchen table. The bedrooms are spacious and freshly carpeted and painted although the overall finish could be better The beds were really comfortable!The bathroom and additional toilet are adequate but again the finish is not great and the bathroom could do with being brought into the 21st century. Although there were plenty freshly laundered fluffy towels!It was in a great location for us to visit family in Paisley. They were happy to take the dog and we were given access to their land to go for walks etc. Overall it was a pleasant stay and with a few tweaks and more attention to detail could be great. Outside needs some attention to perhaps hide some of the not so picturesque farmyard features!"
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  3. Gillian

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was superficially very nice, warm and clean; however, there was no microwave oven in the kitchen, as advertised, which was something of an inconvenience. There was also no cable connecting the DVD player to the TV; we phoned about this and within a few hours, someone came with a cable which we fitted ourselves to the units, but you don't really want to be phoning folk to get things fixed when you are only there for a week. The kitchen table was set for 4 people when we arrived, even though we were a party of 5, so we had to clear it away and set it to our needs - a small matter perhaps, but when you arrive tired and wanting to get organised, it is a bit of an inconvenience. More set up to look good rather than serve the needs of the guests, we felt. The whole house was decorated in shades of white and beige, including furniture covers, which we found to be cold and a bit intimidating given that we were in the middle of a very wet muddy area and tracking mud into the house every day. We were there in October so many places were closed for the season, but we were a short distance from Inveraray and would highly recommend the Jail for a visit. The Creggans Inn was good for a meal, and allows dogs."
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  4. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "The old barn would only suit two couples as it is not equipped for a family as it only has two double beds, we went to have a bath and shower and the towels were dirty so I had to wash them, the kettle didn't work, we asked for an iron and was brought a really old one that spat out dirty limescale, their was no D&D player there and it says in the advert that their was one there and we asked for one and again that didn't work, also it says lots of walks the only walk was the single track road not good for walking dogs,it looked like the place had been thrown together quickly as their was paint spots all over the place (dry), the laminated floor is uneven in the living room, the owners were very nice, I thought one of your area managers was suppose to go and check out the cottage first it doesn't look as though anybody did this is the second cottage in a row we have had a bad experience with and are now considering looking at staying in hotels now onwards and will not recommend cottages4you to friends or family. Lord Dennis Hammond"
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  5. Steve

    Verified purchase

    "This cottage is so much better than it looks in the pictures! The view from the garden, kitchen and lounge is stunning, right across the loch and to the mountains beyond. The area is very quiet and though the neighbours are quite close you never hear or see anyone. We did, however, see deer in our garden and lots of birds.The house is surprisingly spacious and comfortable, apart from the rather small twin bedroom. The lounge, especially, is big with two really comfy sofas and was a really pleasant space to relax in and enjoy the view. The kitchen is also nice and big.Inside, you feel remote and isolated, but actually there are shops, restaurants and buses nearby. Dunoon is a mile's walk along the front and has cinema, crazy golf, shops, amusements, museum etc. Its a good base for cycling and walking. The roads along the coast are flat, and, as you go further south, wonderfully quiet."
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