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Aviemore Lodge - UK5978
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What our customers are saying about our Swimming Pool Self Catering Holidays In Scotland.
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"The area - scenery etc is absolutely beautiful. The pool on site was good, also food in restaurant/bar. Staff on site were very pleasant and helpful. However, although the lodge was comfortable and appropriate for our needs, we were a little disappointed in that it appeared a little tired, requiring some updating and TLC. We noted that the lodge was up for sale and this could have been the reason why the lodge had an unkempt feel about it. The carpet in the living room wasn't very clean and our pup spent a long time minesweeping bits off the carpet. We couldn't find the folder containing information/leaflets, which was mentioned; information re' local eating places would also have been helpful.Whilst there the owner contacted us and asked if we would remove ourselves for half an hour (at 2pm - middle of the day) on the Thursday to allow the Estate Agent to show a prospective buyer around. I appreciate the need for the owner to sell the lodge, however, we had to re-organise what we were doing to accommodate her request, which we were not entirely happy about. We had planned pool, back to lodge for late lunch and beach. This we did on the Friday instead, except the weather was deplorable, so no beach. Not a lot for 6 year olds to do in this area. The verandah is an absolute asset to this property by the way."
Rose - verified booking
"This was a lovely chalet with a very nice view out over the loch and not one but two quiet balconies. It was well-equipped. The holiday village was actually very nice though initially we felt that we were very close to a lot of other chalets. But the village is peaceful and well organised and the bar and the pool / sauna were v good (pool very empty a lot of the time) and we saw red squirrels. I couldn't fault the equipment etc. in the chalet, it was very well provided for. My only problem was it was that I felt I had been misled as to the size and layout of the property. There is one large room upstairs with four beds giving straight out onto the staircase, which wasn't ideal for our party, and I think the photographs were slightly misleading on the site, giving the impression of four bedrooms and greater space, rather than three bedrooms and not a huge amount of space for the number of people. Hence what I said about value for money. I don't think I would have booked had I actually seen the chalet at that price, but having said that, it really grew on me, and I loved it by the end!"
Margaret - verified booking
"Broclach is a lovely chalet and the pictures do not do it justice. There is a great view from the lounge window and terrace and a real sense of space and privacy in beautifully maintained grounds. This was important to us as we do not usually choose to stay on chalet parks. However the facilities were very good and I regularly used the pool and we visited the restaurant twice where the food was of a high standard and as good as the local pubs and hotels we visited.Watching the badgers come out to feed from the nearby woods was a highlight. It was really relaxing to sit and listen to the nearby babbling brook and watch the badgers scuttling across the grass. The chalet was very clean and comfortable and we appreciated the thoughtful touches such as the dishwasher tablets and the kitchen foil. There were also lots of books and DVDs to entertain us.All in all a really great find which we can wholeheartedly recommend."
Lindsay - verified booking
"Enjoyed a relaxing weeks holiday staying at The Garden apartment. The owner, Rosemary, was very friendly and welcoming, and quickly sorted out a problem we had with the TV when we arrived.The house is set in beautiful grounds which are a pleasure to walk around, and if you are lucky you may see deer and squirrels.There is much to see and do in Fife and Perthshire, even in October, so no one should be stuck for anything to do, and the house is well placed for exploring the surrounding area.I recommend a visit to Loch Leven castle at Kinross, followed by lunch at Loch Leven Larder a few miles away. The food is delicious.Falkland and Falkland Palace are also interesting places to visit and the guides at the Palace are very friendly and informative."
Elizabeth - verified booking
"Very nice, spacious apartment, well located, generally comfortable and well-equipped (see below) and we enjoyed our stay very much. My only complaints relate to:1. The double bed in the galleried bedroom had broken slats - luckily only being slept in by one ( light) adult. My husband and I shared the other double bed which was extremely uncomfortable and in my opinion should be swiftly replaced by something of better quality (and possibly bigger).2. A property sleeping 6 could also do with a rather bigger supply of crockery and cutlery (otherwise you're either constantly washing up between meals or running the dishwasher half empty), also more roasting/baking tins and at least one non-stick saucepan."