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East Dunbartonshire Self Catering
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Milton of Campsie
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In East Dunbartonshire.
Stephen - verified booking
"Very well presented cottage in a lovely part of the world. It's close to a fairly quiet fast road but the noise from traffic isn't a problem. To be clear we are seasoned travelers and rent four or five properties in the UK each year and I guess are fairly picky. The ground floor layout and standard of finish is generally high and very comfortable for just two guests. The bedroom and bathroom are both lovely too and the bed was very comfortable and the property was immaculately clean throughout. The owner also left several items of produce which is always appreciated and when we spoke to him he was both helpful and kind.This cottage already scores well but could very easily be a perfect retreat with just a few minor adjustments and these are mentioned to hopefully assist the owners. As this is a dog friendly property, a cornerstone of any property we rent would be the garden. This cottage would really benefit from a secure (fenced garden) because the cottage is near to a road and any k9 toilet break means you too are out in whatever weather is about at the time. The garden could do with being checked too as there was a bit of broken glass around. Wifi is important to us and there was nothing in the property to tell us how to connect (ie the password), which meant a call to the owner, who fortunately was available and also fortunate that we had a mobile signal. However, it was only at this point that we were informed that the broadband was on a limited monthly download allowance and whilst it worked properly we were advised not to use it too much in case there'd be nothing left for those renters that followed. There were a few other small matters, which could so easily have been resolved by an in-house instruction manual, which would make life for the guests and the owners so much easier. All that said it's lovely but with a few tweaks could be memorable."
Mark - verified booking
"This was our second stay at this small complex of five holiday cottages on the outskirts of Stirling - our first was back in 2014. We were recognised by a fellow holiday making couple who were there for their 19th stay and remembered us from 2014! This in itself should be recommendation enough to stay at the Osprey Hideaway complex. Our cottage this time was the 1-bed Kestrel Cottage with views overlooking the North Third Reservoir from the kitchen, dining area and bedroom. The quality of the complex has not diminished in the past 5 years. This really is our benchmark against which we will continue to compare other holiday lets.Osprey Hideaway is a mere stone's throw from the lovely city of Stirling, itself an excellent central location for exploring the Glasgow/Edinburgh corridor, the Trossachs and even out as far as the East and West coasts. We had a road trip on one day to the Isle of Bute, returning via lochs Fyne, Long and Lomond.Set in the hills above Stirling, the complex is a tranquil retreat of two and one bedroom cottages in a U around a central courtyard. Kestrel Cottage provided us with luxury accommodation for the week. A fully equipped kitchen enabled us to cook a meal for friends who were caravanning in the area and the fast Wi-Fi connectivity allowed us to stream a re-run of the Tattoo that we had seen with the same friends, the previous Friday evening.We fully recommend Osprey Hideaway as a base for a self-catering holiday and hope to return much sooner than the five year gap between visits one and two!"
Helen - verified booking
"Buzzard Cottage is very comfortable and well-equipped and idyllically situated on the edge of a reservoir, surrounded by farming country. It was a lovely place to spend a cosy Christmas and the owners had made it especially welcoming by providing a decorated Christmas tree and a wrapped gift of chocolates, together with a welcome pack of bread, milk, eggs and a bottle of cava all ready in the fridge! Comfy dressing gowns and slippers were also a nice touch. We were spending Christmas with our son, who works locally and was unable to come home for the usual family Christmas, and it was just right for our needs. The cottage is very close to Stirling and the major arterial roads of central Scotland and we would like to return again when the days are longer and the weather warmer to explore the area further. The only tiny negative was that the cottage is 3 miles or so down a single track road - not a problem for most of the year, I should imagine, but tricky on a couple of days when there was a hard frost and black ice on the roads (the cottage is a fair way above sea level). We still got out and about, but the necessary careful crawl through pitch black icy country lanes in late afternoon/evening was a bit stressful!"
ROBERT - verified booking
"We stayed here as my husband was working in Glasgow. It is in superb location, not far from Mugdock Country park and Highland way . You can get to Loch Lomond in under half hour and then take a train in central Glasgow as 2 mins walk to nearest train station. The cottage is beautifully kept, loved the garden room with sunshine coming. Jenette was on hand if you needed any help. The cottage was highly equipped with everything to higher standard than most with lots of cooking stuff, all small things you need for a stay. We loved it here and could also walk our dog to nearby park up the hill for short walks. The beautifu Mugdock park is amazing and had lots of walks within 2 mile drive away that links into highland way. My dog Jack loved that place. There are lots of supermarket ranges nearby and so close to main city for culture. We will come back definately"
Margaret - verified booking
"A lovely cottage, beautifully configured in an amazing building. Excellent location, perfectly situated for access to trunk routes.The Lodge has a well equipped kitchen, and a full dozen place settings of crockery! The living space wraps around the kitchen in a delightful L shape, separating dining from lounge. We didn't need to light the fire, already laid in the hearth.The two bedrooms come with large wardrobes and tall drawer units, plenty of space for a whole week's clothes.The Utility Room has washer/dryer and freezer, and the back door leading to a delightful small outdoor space.We appreciated the thoughtful welcome gifts, and when we had to contact the owners, we had immediate response, very helpful"