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Scotland Self Catering
Culzean - UK12507
Near Castle Douglas
Marwhin Cottage - SWWS
Rowan Tree Cottage - S4216
Bridge of Awe
Glencoe near Fort William
Near Castle Douglas
Crofters Rest - W42426
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Alistair - verified booking
"This is a stunning little cottage very clean and the owners are very nice and very helpful. I am loathed to give any negatives but there are one or two that have to be mentioned. Firstly we have cottage holidays in the UK two or three times over a year and this cottage is expensive for its size in comparison to the cottages we rent in England and Wales at the same time of the season. It is a studio cottage rental but the best has been made out of the space available. The cottage is situated behind the owners house in the back garden and it is not really for anyone that has mobility problems.The chairs give little support and there is no couch due to space availability.On a positive note, the kitchen and bathroom facilities are good although the kitchen has limited work surface areas, but, plenty of utensils if you are cooking your own food. This is a very warm cottage if you venture out in the low season. Good television reception and the Wi Fi is fine This property would be good if you like to play Golf with Turnberry ten minutes away or if you like walking. Nearby historical sites are Culzean Castle and better still if you take photographs is Dunure Castle which is awesome. Then a fairly short drive to Alloway for the Robert Burns experience. There is a grocery store just a short distance away which has almost everything you could want including what I suspect to be the biggest selection of flavoured crisps in the UK, never knew the flavours existed. I like to fish for trout and there are quite a few waters available with just a short drive. All in all we enjoyed the visit, I would not return due to my personal health problems, I simply just need a bit more space and I would not rent a studio accommodation again knowing what I know now. But for all you healthy couples out there, this is a good rental and well worth a visit !!"
Jim - verified booking
"This is a small but well-equipped cottage, located up a quiet lane just outside the town centre of Taynuilt. It was perfect for me travelling alone, and would be fine (if a little snug) for a couple. The cottage genuinely does have a mountain view - the front window looks out directly to the Stob Dearg (Taynuilt Peak) top of Ben Cruachan (see photo). This is a bit more reliable than the weather forecast for gauging the conditions on the hills! The cottage has good heating (although I barely needed it in mid-July), a decent shower, comfortable bed, and plenty of kitchen equipment. The front room recliner armchairs are also very comfortable, although the wicker table-and-chair set is a bit small. There's an outside sitting area behind the cottage with a bench and some chairs, plus a clothes line for drying (although the cottage doesn't have a washing machine). Although there's no wi-fi, I had good 4G mobile signal so didn't need it - check with your provider, of course, but Taynuilt seems to be well covered."
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."
Julie - verified booking
"This is the second time I have stayed at Rowan Tree Cottage. The cottage is light and airy and is in a secluded and peaceful location. The cottage is well equipped and there is a tv in each room. The owner, Bob, is friendly and welcoming. There is no WiFi (I didn’t miss it) but this is available a short distance away at Glenshee Pottery and Cafe. The nearest supermarkets are in Blairgowrie, about 12 miles away but basics can be obtained from the post office at Bridge of Cally. There is wildlife in abundance in the area - a stoat, hare and roe deer visited the garden. It was relaxing to watch a wide variety of birds on the feeder just outside the window. The cottage is in a good location for visiting Perthshire and the Angus glens as well as Braemar and Balmoral."
Margaret - verified booking
"Lovely wee cottage right in the heart of the village of Kirkmichael.One of the days we were there was also the day a storm/gale blew in (we did know it was coming, the forecasters gave plenty of warnings), and the power for the whole area went off, the owner could not have been more helpful and could not do enough for us.Thankfully this cottage allows dogs, and although there is no garden, The Bannerfield is very close by, just over the bridge, next to the fire station. A lovely big field to let the dog play about in, and has a bin next to the gate. Important information for dog owners.We enjoyed our stay, and hope to come back again."