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What our customers are saying about our Easter Self Catering Holidays In Scotland.
Rachel - verified booking
"This cottage has a beautiful location nestled under a hill beside a fast running river feeding into a sea loch through a Victorian stone bridge. It is in the village of Poolewe with a useful village shop and post office and a Tuesday market. The hotel in the village does reasonable food and has a busy bar if you want a break from cooking. You can also walk to Inverewe Gardens which is run by the Scottish National Trust. It's not cheap but the garden and house are amazing.The cottage is well equipped and heated if the weather turns. It is very clean and well presented. It is a good base for anyone with a dog. You can step out the door and go on a fantastic six mile walk round a remote loch in the Letterewe estate. It is also 10 minutes from Gairloch which has a bookshop and coffee shop as well as a mini market and an small farm shop with some hillwalking gear if you forgot some kit. There are some great beaches as well as hill walks.PS Special thank you to the caretaker who came out at short notice after a long day at her work when there was a glitch with the wifi."
Gill - verified booking
"Lovely location sitting up on a hill from nearby Inverbervie. The view from the end of the driveway down to the coast is wonderful. The cottage is well equipped with cooking utensils, washing machine, dishwasher (with tablets in cupboard), microwave and cooker etc. There was milk in the fridge, some tea/coffee for an arrival cuppa and a packet of shortbread. The three bedrooms were comfortable, the upstairs bathroom looked a bit tired but was perfectly functional. It was warm and cosy. Converted from the former school there is plenty of character with high ceilings and large multi-pane windows. Very peaceful location. The Grassic Gibbon centre is next door. The historic St Ternan's church is a short walk away (the final resting place of several of my ancestors) with the memorial to Lewis Grassic Gibbon. The surrounding countryside is beautiful, there are many fabulous beaches to explore and plenty interesting and historical places to visit."
Scarlett - verified booking
"A really lovely lodge. Absolutely spotless. Could have eaten off the floor. The bedding was also lovely - however all of us struggled with the thinness of the mattresses. The shower in the main bathroom is a total nightmare as the water pressure is so strong the shower head roams around by itself. The water was absolutely everywhere on more than one occasion. The hot tub was a dream and we spent many hours in the there. But that wooden deck is a so so slippery (there are warning signs around) but we all really struggled with how slippy it was. The heating was also really difficult to manage and seemed to have a mind of its own. You are really out of the way staying here - we definitely under estimated how remote it was. There is no phone signal at all in the lodge, however there is wifi available. Kitchen had everything you could think of and more. Overall we were very happy with our holiday and would recommend to others."
david - verified booking
"what can i say i would have scored it higher but for one thing it is advertised as a fully enclosed garden it is not there isn't even a gate never mind a fench so if you dont want your dog going walk about when you turn your back this not the place for you lots of walkers with dogs and horse riders with dogs will walk past and around cottage so bare in mind this not an enclosed garden!! on a plus nice cottage clean great walks great area on a minus no tv /sat signal and dvd only plays 1st 1/4 of a film so you can whatch the start of nany mchee then the start of hot fuzz then the start of bad boys two etc etc also not a lot of info on area supplied ie walks things to do etc value for money wish i stayed at home and had a curry also midges will eat ya but thats to be expected"
Elizabeth - verified booking
"Booked this for me, my husband, my daughter, her husband and the 2 grandkids aged 3 & 7, with our dog Jilly. We did not get the full family together, as my daughter had a dog too and only one pet is allowed, so my daughter joined us for 3 of the 7 days, with my grandkids - her husband stayed at home with dog. But we did enjoy our time together as a family - albeit my son in law missed out. The grandkids loved the place, the open doors, we had a wee stream behind the lodge. The donkeys to feed etc. Even in winter time it was good to explore, chaperoned off course. All in all we had a great time and would go here again. The peace and quiet was great. The hot tube was a bonus and we sure used that every day, even in the minus weather."