Holiday Cottages In Loch Lomond & The Trossachs To Rent
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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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Loch Lomond & The Trossachs cottages
Sally's Nest - E3042
William Crump - E3315
Coot - UKC2659
Shrimp Cottage - E5415
Snipe - UKC2657
Woodcock - UKC2661
The Fishermans Rest
High Barn Canons
Widgeon - UKC2660
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David - verified booking
"The S17998 is set in a very secluded location, offering peaceful and relaxing accommodation, which is also family-friendly and pet-friendly. The rooms are spacious and there is a large garden which is not completely fenced-off or gated, so dogs and young children need supervision. The Wing forms part of an historic farmhouse, hence it has loads of character in the form of beams and interesting nooks and crannies. The rooms are well-appointed and comfortable, especially the super kingsize bed in the main bedroom. The sitting room furniture is tasteful, comfortable and very suited to the property. The kitchen could be a little larger, but has everything you need for a holiday. The shower in the bathroom lacks water pressure, but was not a major problem. The location could benefit from signage on the narrow lanes, since we spent some time attempting to find Vale Farmhouse - the lanes have no names. It would be so straightforward to do, and it would relieve the stress after a long journey. As is to be expected there are no local amenities such as shops, etc as this cottage is in a rural location. Since we live in a small rural village, we did not expect such amenities.Overall, The S17998 has a lot of charm in a very rural location, and is relatively close to the coast and all the attractions that this part of Suffolk can offer. Ideal for families, walkers, cyclists, nature lovers, photographers, or those just wanting a lazy, relaxing time. We highly recommend it."
Caroline - verified booking
"We had a lovely time at high canonsBut had to wash all the pans the cups plates etc they where disgusting frying pan thick of greace, the extractor hood above the cooker is thick of grease with a dead spider stuck to it photo available , the tea pot is black inside photo available ,the water when boiled the kettle was undrinkable disgusting because there was so much lime scale we bought descale solution it took a full day for it to clear this should be done or checked regularly the front door could benefit from draft excluder when it was really windy it was acutely blowing the blinds inside the accommodation which affected the temperature we had to use a blanket to keep warm,the hight of the wasing line is dangerous for tall people especially in the dark the only other issue was parking as the people in the adjoining accommodation had 3 cars making it difficult for us to park anywhere it the office had been open you would have had a fone call This would not put us off staying again provided the cleaner does the job they are paid to do the rest of the accommodation was clean and comfortable"
Lynn - verified booking
"Really enjoyed our stay at ‘S81185’ The weather was fabulous which made our holiday very relaxing, particularly enjoying the veranda and balcony of the South facing property. We found this accommodation a good base to explore Norfolk, and travelled to Southwold, Wroxham( for a fantastic 2 hour boat trip), Horsey beach, Cromer, Sheringham, Aylsham and of course Great Yarmouth.We found that The Priory restaurant which is just down the road was great for a good meal in quirky surroundings. Seems very popular place which would need to be booked in advance at weekends.Just nearby the lodge is the Redwings horse sanctuary which is well worth a visit, in order to see how well the horses and donkeys are looked after and the opportunity to walk round ( no admission cost) and support the wonderful work there.There were no immediate shops nearby but we ordered our shopping online from Tesco’s in Great Yarmouth and it was delivered successfully at the start of our holiday.Would definitely recommend especially good for golfers who have access to the course on your doorstep!"
Jenny - verified booking
"S60990 was stunning. The location meant it was so quiet and serene but you felt safe and secure on a gated community plot and yet local amenities weren't too far away. The lodge itself was exceptional. Cleaned to perfection and decorated to the highest standard. We were short of nothing and the beds were so comfortable and towels extra fluffy. The children loved seeing the ducks and their ducklings every day in front of the lodge. The hottub was greatly received at the end of the day for an evening chillout and the sizeable upstairs living room with top of the range TV, dvd collection and games was great for the one rainy day we had.ĺ Debbie has thought of everything and it really was a wonderful base for our first visit to Norfolk. Highly recommended!"
Lynn - verified booking
"Had a really lovely holiday. The cottage worked really well for us. Only problem with William Crump was that they didn't know what light bulb to fit main light in one of the bedrooms with , so did n't have a main light for the week.We also booked Briar cottage and the cleanliness was not too good. Would rate it as a five for cleanliness. Also the beds were a bit on the narrow side and could feel metal poles under two of the beds.Overall the two cottages worked excellently for us and had a wonderful holiday. Very good for the dogs. Nice o have the enclosed space around the cottages. William Crump was good for my mum's wheelchair, which was a great relief.. My nephews and niece loved the swimming pool and awas a great asset"