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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Aberdeenshire.
simon - verified booking
"This is an outstanding place.Crovie is a small & unique village, nestled under the cliffs on the Aberdeenshire coast. Parking your car at the end of your village, you transport your goods and chattels to the house with the aid of your own personal wheelbarrow being gradually transported back to the 19th century as you go. The single path leads along the single row of houses, past the harbour to the house which is near the end of the village.The view from your front door is spectacular, out over the ocean as far as the eye can see. There are otters and seals, and while we didn't see any, comments in the visitors book spoke of dolphin and whale sightings for those happy to sit and stare. Inside the house is a cosy Tardis, with kitchen and dining room, a comfortable living room, with box bed, bathroom downstairs and two good size rooms upstairs. The front room has a new(wish) log burner which warms the room quickly, and there's an open fire in the dining room.clean and comfortable, the bathroom has shower and bath, while the kitchen has pretty much everything you need for everything from an omelette to a roast lunchOutside, there is a bench at the front overlooking the sea, while to the rear is a shed with a plentiful supply of logs and coal, available for sale at very reasonable cost. There is also a split level garden, with seating.The owner is an absolute pleasure to deal with, and quick to respond to stupid questions. She's perfectly anticipated the things you'd need, and made sure that they were therewe LOVED this house, which was quiet and cosy, and somehow reviving. There was a definite sense of a house that was loved, which made it easy to sit inside and enjoy the quiet.We're already planning our next visit"
Jim - verified booking
"We had a very special time in Crovie, it exceeded our high expectations and we fell in love with the place. The cottage is delightfully quirky and cosy and worth taking a hit on the creature comfort side of things (I'm 6'3", my fiancé is 5'10" so we didn't quite suit the bed, half bath or the wrought iron candelabra; but we managed and were very happy). The views were astonishing, from our doorstep we watched dolphins, seals, gannets, gulls, oyster catchers, herons and curlews. We were so captivated we never turned the TV on the whole fortnight! The locals were friendly, the walk to Gardenstown and the ruins of St. John's Kirkyard was lovely. You need to be fit-ish for access, it took us over an hour to shuttle things from the car (parked on the flat at the quay end) on arrival and we chose to park on the cliffs whilst staying which took a bit of puff in the mornings. We cooked every night at the cottage bar one and would recommend bringing a freezer bag as the nearest supermarkets are in Fraserburgh or Banff. With the wood burner lit it was a super cosy place to relax in the evenings and plan our adventures for the following day. Most nights were spent on the chairs outside the front of the cottage watching the sun go down with a pair of binoculars for the wildlife and a bottle of single malt to keep us warm. If the weather kept us indoors in the evening the vista was just as spectacular and easily enjoyed from the living room. Oh, I mentioned my fiancé? Well it seemed the perfect setting to ask that particular question and she said "yes" so we were pretty happy with that too!"
Maggie - verified booking
"We were staying in Banff as a mix of work and visiting family, and Thain House was a warm and welcome retreat after long busy days. The house is wonderfully well-equipped with everything you could possibly want, and more. We especially loved the massive selection of DVDs! The wide range of ingredients in the kitchen cupboards. And feeding (and watching!) the many birds in the garden with the provided seed. Beds are super-comfy, heating efficient, the shower is powerful and although the house is opposite the local hospital, it was really quiet so we slept so well. Plentiful parking on street - even if can't always park right outside the door, it's only ever a few steps to find a free space. Banff itself and the surrounding area is full of historical interest and is really beautiful at any time of year, plus has a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and walks on the doorstep. Thain House also actively welcomes dogs - what's not to love!"
Christine - verified booking
"Very convenient self catering villa as my mother is a resident on the Inchmarlo estate. I understand why the main living area is on the first floor as the views are beautiful but it was a little inconvenient with two dogs who we could hear running around first thing in the morning on our ceiling! There was everything we needed in the villa for our short stay. The drying cycle on the washing machine took much longer than I am used to. The beds were very comfortable and the bedding was above average quality. We had a little issue with the hot water and heating but that was resolved after we spoke to the owners who were very helpful. We were more than happy with the accommodation and would be very happy to stay there again on our next visit. It was particularly appreciated that our dogs could stay for free as we had to pay for them to stay with us on the way up from West Sussex when we stayed in a hotel."
Fiona - verified booking
"Delighted to return to this modern and very comfortable villa. The peace and the tranquility of the location make it the ideal place to relax and enjoy all the local area has to offer. The view from the balcony is stunning and we loved the new layout of the open plan kitchen, dining and seating area which made the most of the views, what a lovely surprise. We all had a great time and the weather was kind to us which was the icing on the cake! We plan to return. The owner was very helpful when I spoke to him on the phone and although we didn’t meet the caretaker Yvonne she made us feel very welcome - we all enjoyed the sweets, thank you."