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Holiday Cottages In Loch Lomond & The Trossachs

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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

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. A

    Verified purchase

    "First appearance, cottage seemed nice enough, until you started to use it. Fairly well equipped cottage, however, some of the pans need to be replaced, as everything is covered in foil because we were told that previous guests have left burnt on food. I object to the veiled threats of additional charges for anything not cleaned sufficiently when leaving the cottage, especially as the vacuum cleaner isn't fit for purpose, making it very difficult to Hoover up and only being provided with one black bag for the bin. The shared grounds has left over dog excrement, which hasn't been picked up and isn't very nice when trying to play with my own dogs whom I did clear up after. Beds were very comfortable and the sauna was very welcomed. Sadly the recliner seat in the living room was broken and wouldn't recline, also the three seater settee is very uncomfortable as you can feel the wooden frame and appears to have lost it's stuffing, which means it offers no support. I also didn't like the CCTV, I felt I was being snooped on. Whilst the explanation stated that it was for our safety, I really didn't feel that it was necessary for the area, it's not like it's the crime capital of Scotland. Overall, not worth the money paid."
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  2. Christine

    Verified purchase

    "We enjoyed our stay but the lodge is misrepresented in the photos, It has not got contemporary leather sofas as shown on the photos. The seating is very grubby, extremely dated, broken chairs that are uncomfortable. I also could see in the customer comments book at the lodge other guests have complained about this going back over a year! This is quite honestly not on in my opinion. Also there was 2 power cuts during our stay (common apparently) and no torches or candles are provided, plunging us into complete darkness for hours at a time.The location is lovely, but I would choose another lodge next time.For info it's located at the back of the other lodges by the car park exit. There is no view of the loch, but you are at the loch side within less than a minute. On a positive the gas is easy to operate and the lodge is very warm. Shower is ok, again everything pretty old fashioned but ok.Linen was clean, plenty of fresh towels supplied.Thank you. "
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  3. Gale

    Verified purchase

    "This was a cosy cottage in a peaceful spot, with a lovely view towards the loch, and a comfortable space between it and the other cottages on site, and the parking space was conveniently close to the cottage. The generous welcome pack and vase of flowers were a very nice surprise on arrival. However, because of the cold weather during our stay - in April - we had to spend a lot on logs for the fire; a free basket of logs as a starter would be a nice gesture, as you are not allowed to bring in your own logs. The things I missed from the kitchen were a potato peeler (which I bought and put in the drawer), a milk jug (which I'd hoped to find in the charity shop, but didn't!) and a small saucepan. It was a good area for long walks in beautiful forests nearby, and for visiting the delightful Puck's Glen, lovely Benmore Gardens and the Isle of Bute."
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  4. Doug

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed at this cottage for a long weekend in February. We were really unlucky with the weather. It rained virtually the whole time but that's Scotland! The one thing you need when the weather is against you is a comfortable, warm and well equipped cottage with a roaring open fire and thankfully S39445 is just that. It's nice spacious accommodation in a lovely area of The Trossachs so the scenery is pretty spectacular. Lots of good walks of variable length and difficulty from nearby. We only had one minor grumble which was having driven through Callender to get there we had to more or less drive straight back to pick up some coal as there wasn't sufficient to see us through the first night. Otherwise a great cottage and one we would recommend to friends and return to ourselves."
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  5. Alison

    Verified purchase

    "Please do ignore some earlier complaints as all have been addressed by the owners & standards improved since the last complaint.We can't fault the lodge and its amenities. All was clean & tidy when we arrived. Washing machine & drier worked well (we needed them almost daily as the weather was awful while we were there!).The lodge is cosy & warm at all hours.Our only comment is that we could have used some bigger towels as my husband & 2 teenage sons are on the large/tall side!Might also be useful to have gates on the verandah as we took our dog with us & had to tie him to the railings to let him outside for any length of time, but he was happy enough staying close to us.The owners were happy to answer our (many!) questions leading up to our stay and indeed during it."
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