School Holiday Cottages In Tain To Rent
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Hilton near Tain
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Alastair - verified booking
"We instantly fell in love with S37433. The upstairs living room was the clincher, and we were mesmerised looking out at the Moray Firth in all of its lights and moods. Don't forget your camera and binoculars. Those darned dolphins/porpoises proved to be elusive, though. Still, we had a friendly seal who popped up to say hello. S37433 feels/is much bigger than it looks on arrival. We were perfectly comfortable - easy to make yourself at home (not all holiday cottages have that feeling). The complimentary bottle of wine and shortbread added a friendly touch. The local Spar shop is quite well stocked. A short-ish drive into Tain will give you Asda and Tesco. We recommend a visit to Sunflowers café on Tain main street (there's a second Sunflowers place up a side street, too). Hilton village is well situated if you want to explore this area - Inverness, Loch Ness (monster and all), Culloden battlefield, Nairn, Dunrobin Castle, etc. If you are into history, this is Highland Clearances country. Our longest trip was up the east coast route to John o'Groats. Would we book S37433 again? This week we shall be booking our second visit for 2019."
Mary - verified booking
"Lovely house that looks recently decorated (mainly in wood), let down by a worn kitchen with not enough attention to detail (e.g. one frying pan that was so worn that we wouldn't use it and bought one in the supermarket. One old oven tray, old hob..) The stairs were slippy for my dogs so be careful if you've dogs with you.No information or welcome pack.The commercial Inn is the only dog-friendly pub in the area and it doesn't sell food and isn't open every night. The holiday would have been much better if there were places we could walk to with the dogs and have a meal.Nice beach walks and lovely area. Unfortunately we were there in March with thick snow and we found the upstairs and the hallway heating to be inadequate. A few additional heaters would have helped or at least having the coal fire available for use.I won't return as the main issue for me was finding things to do with my dogs without driving."
William - verified booking
"On arrival the floors needed brushed/vacuumed, oven and grill were dirty, there was no sheet on the double bed, wall light had no bulb and shade was on a shelf and no handle on fridge door or dishwasher. However, Jacqueline promptly rectified the floors, oven, grill and bed sheet. The following day Shona secured the fridge handle but was unable to fix the dishwasher handle and said she had been unable to get a bulb for the wall light.Having said that the cottage is well decorated, there are lovely pictures on the walls, great shower and jacuzzi bath, the open plan upstairs is bright and airy and the views are fantastic. More knives and tea plates would have been useful but we managed. We had great weather and enjoyed walks along the beach every day. The owner was not there during our stay. It would have been nice to have somewhere outside to sit with a coffee or drink or to eat."
Tom - verified booking
"Balintore has an award winning beach ,some nice walks and is close to some lovely towns and visitor attractions making it a nice area in which to stay.The house is a strange mix with a large kitchen and upstairs lounge which are quite pleasant.The bedrooms and bathrooms suffer from relatively poor quality/overused bedding and towels and an investment in these and improved curtains would improve things.Some of the windows appear to be locked with no keys apparent which could represent a bit of a fire risk.The Aga and central heating allowed us to enjoy good warmth.Mr Skinner, the owner , was friendly,attentive and well intentioned. Were he to invest as suggested, to improve certain quality items,the justification of the relatively high weeks rental would be enhanced.The house has potential but needs some monies spent on it."
Paul - verified booking
"Nice building and location let down by a lack of maintenance and poor equipment, Windows that would not open including a bathroom one a bedroom window jammed slightly open, frosted double glazed units, wobbly toilet seat, broken kitchen chairs, wobbly coffee table, broken dishwasher, leaking washing machine, leaking kettle, gas hob no ignition spark, sink plug chains detached, poor quality bedding/ mattresses and towels and the list can go on!There was no Welcome/ information pack, no upto date safety certificates and the guest visitors book had it's pages ripped out. No outdoor seating equipment except for 3 old plastic chairs for a party of 10. Overall very disappointed."