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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Scotland.
Bel - verified booking
"This is a pretty good cottage in an excellent location, but it is let down by so many niggles and is not terribly comfortable to stay in. There should be a low ceiling warning. The letter box bangs and you need to put some card in it to stop it; there is no lock on the door leading into the garage from the kitchen, which is filled with rubbish, you can't really sit outside anywhere; the dishwasher is loose and rocks around and so catches on the kick board that runs along under the other cupboards; several plates are chipped and some stuff is very 70's and ought to be thrown away; we had to sit round the kitchen table most of the time because the seating in the sitting room is inadequate for 6 - there is a tiny chair and a very uncomfortable sofa which needs replacing - and there ought to be a rug and at few dvds to play (bring your own if it looks like rain, there are none at all); upstairs there are three good sized bedrooms but watch your head; all the mattresses need replacing as all are absolutely terrible and unsupportive (unforgivable if you are renting a property out), the bedding is poor quality and is very unappealing and not of a suitable quality for rental - and the towels and bath mats are washed out and grotty. If you like nice towels, bring your own. Towels and bedding ought to be replaced annually to keep it looking smart. They do supply tea towels. Bring your own hairdryer too - theirs looks lethal. The painting needs finishing in the upstairs bathroom and the towel ring needs reattaching to the wall. Both bathrooms need more towel rails - and the metal rack by the sink in the upstairs bathroom, which is the only place for your toiletries, is rusty. Yuck. Both bathrooms also need ventilation - downstairs the window needs replacing with a split window with a storm window to open at the top to preserve privacy and upstairs a velux would solve the ventilation and lack of light. All doors upstairs need hooks on for robes and towels, including the bathrooms. There is damp coming in round the velux in the second twin room and also round one of the windows on the landing outside. The porch has been repaired, though. The garage door needs painting as it makes the rest of the property look uncared for. It is almost as if the owners spent a lot of money on it to let out and got most of it done, then ran out of enthusiasm and imported a load of stuff from their grandparents' house - like the pictures on the walls. The welcome manual needs updating and sprucing up - this also gives the impression that the owners have run out of enthusiasm. They obviously haven't just started renting it out.... The area is outstanding; Findochty has a lovely harbour and we really enjoyed the coastline and proximity to Elgin. With a bit more care this could be such a nice place to stay - it just needs to be a bit more comfortable."
Marianne - verified booking
"The house was large enough for 3 families and had plenty of room. It was lovely and clean on arrival and it was great that the majority of the rooms were en-suite. The views were spectacular, especially on New Year's Eve where we could see all the fireworks being set off in the harbour - amazing. John, the host was great and helped where necessary.The kitchen was fully equipped and great to have a double oven and hob. The fridge freezer was perfect! There were no actual cupboards empty to store food, but we managed. More cupboards would have been brilliant.A couple of tiny things could improve your stay at Braefield, although it was a fantastic week. The mattresses definitely need replacing, everyone mentioned springs coming through and not sleeping very well. There are no recycling boxes, so when you have a large party of people, there is a lot of rubbish - especially the bottles being over New Year! We had to go out and find bottle banks etc.Hooks on the back of the doors and bathroom doors - a little thing, but would make hanging wet towels and dressing gowns easier.The house is a little dated and could do with some modernisation definitely.The week was not marred by these smaller details, but it would have made the stay more comfortable.Thank you for the loan of the wonderful house."
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!"
Muriel - verified booking
"We stayed here as a family of 11 (6 adults and 5 children aged 9 to 4). The house is ideally situated for access to all the popular tourist sites in Central Scotland and the Kelpies are just down the road. The owners offered us complimentary tickets for National Trust and Scottish Heritage sites. Jan and Lockhart are perfect hosts and made us very welcome and were nearby to offer advice and help if needed. A superb welcome package awaited our arrival. The house is well equipped with kitchen equipment and there is a large supply of glassware and crockery. There were indoor games and toys to keep the kids occupied and a huge selection of DVDs for both children and adults. We were particularly delighted with a lock on our bedroom door which avoided the 6 am visits from the grandchildren!"
Thomas - verified booking
"If you are looking for a quiet holiday with lots of dog walking then this is the place to go. Excellent well kept cottage with everything you could ask for. Huge well kept garden leading onto numerous trails into the surrounding hills, and across the road an excellent cycle/walking trail leading to Callander and Lochearnhead. For such a small place Strathyre is spoilt for choice for places to eat and drink, with the White Stag Inn almost next door and two more hotels also providing a service. The Broche Café nestles in the woods and is popular with walkers, cyclists and passing motorists and a small store provides essential provisions. All in all we had an excellent week with many miles walked and numerous sunny nights sitting outside with a beer. Would go back again."