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West Dunbartonshire Self Catering
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Meriel - verified booking
"Once we found the cottage, which, even with the directions was hard in the dark - even Sainsburys couldn't find it in the light - this cottage was bijoux to say the least!Decorated tastefully and with some very nice artwork, although it has 5 bed capacity, as the cottage itself is so small, then two was enough!Every bed was extremely uncomfortable - you felt every spring, and being tall, you couldn't stretch out and so slept curled up each night.The kitchen equipment was adequate, but what dish to use for a shepherds pie? What knife to use which wasn't serrated, mixing bowl, sieve, just a few of the things missing.The welcome basket was a nice touch though.The cottage says it accepts 3 dogs, which we took - we also saw the garden photo and so expected at least a garden large enough for the dogs to have a wee - but the garden, as we were unceremoniously told by the main house owner, is not part of the cottage facilities. She also told us in no uncertain terms exactly how / where to park our 4x4, which again was too large for the allotted space, so again, think about what car you drive - more than one and one will remain in the garage all the time!Being close to the beach was nice, but it is stony until the tide goes out.It is also, without a doubt a great location for setting off and visiting all the attractions and local areas near and far, mountains, lochs and castles - but dog owners beware the ticks in all the fern and bracken even at this time of year!So if two of you, with one small dog, then this would be fine, but for us, not again as far too small and a garden has to be a given."
Peter - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, really homely and comfortable. Mattress far too soft resulting in my back going out on the first night, spoke to owners, lovely family, they came round a couple of hours later with a firmer mattress for us. The driveway track is not good as affected by weather and farm vehicles. Not good for cars with low suspension and low profile tyres. We have a four wheel drive truck so no problem. Or if a normal car, just go careful and it would be ok. There is a shelter over the front door where you can park which is good especially on frosty mornings. A small garden area with decking and patio set and rotary line. The views are fantastic. Countryside and mountains and lots of sheep. There is a log burner in the lounge comfy leather suite and thick rug, dining table & chairs. Music centre, TV, DVD, Video Player and more games than any single toy shop I have seen. The kitchen is well equipped. A welcome basket and filled fruit bowl welcome you on arrival and the owner even popped round with 2 bowls of lovely sticky toffee pudding she had made one evening. This was our second visit and it suits us very well."
Mrs White - verified booking
"Tucked away, so very quiet and peaceful. The view is stunning from the lounge window and the from swings in the (enormous!) garden was even better. It's a really quirky layout which our kids loved with loads of space. Log fire during the evening was amazing. Great location is what we think is a very under-rated area of Scotland. Close to the forests of the Trossachs and Argyll for walking and biking, the sea lochs are just stunning with Loch Fyne less than an hour away - rock pooling on the beaches was a real favorite and an hour by train to Glasgow for museums on wet weather days. Perfect. The only negative feedback I would give, which I would not want you to publish is that the kitchen needs a few more pots and pans and utensils. I understand they are new owners so they may well still be getting set up, but there were no wine glasses or side plates. A few big bowls to make a salad? That sort of thing, we managed as it was just us and the kids, but we've often hired cottages for a family celebration and cooked a big meal with everyone - we would have struggled to that here."
Alison - verified booking
"A delightful cottage in a beautiful location, with friendly and helpful owners. This was our second holiday at Baron Cliffe Lodge, having enjoyed it so much last year. The cottage was clean, neat and homely, with a well-equipped kitchen (including an excellent set of knives - a rare thing in holiday homes!) The electric heaters were great for keeping the rooms cosy when required, and the electric blanket and woodburning stove, with plenty of wood, were real luxuries.The cottage is barely a 5 minute walk from the shore of Loch Long, and only about another 5 minutes from the little local shop. A 25 minute walk (or 5 minute drive) along the loch is a great cafe, a brilliant butcher's, a post office, a pub and general stores. We enjoy walking, and the Rosneath peninsula is a great place to explore. To explore further afield, we drove to various places in the surrounding area, from where we went on some beautiful walks with stunning scenery. Baron Cliffe Lodge provides great holiday accommodation in a beautiful, peaceful setting. We definitely intend to return!"
Previous guest - verified booking
"The cottage is quaint,cosy,very nicely furnished and decorated and the beds are comfortable. There is a lovely view across the water. The owner very kindly met us and left us a welcome basket of food, useful when the nearest large supermarket is around 45 mins away (stock up on your journey there if you can - otherwise there is a small local shop). We enjoyed driving along the loch and mountain roads to Arrochar, Inverary and up to Oban and saw the lovely view of Castle Stalker at Appin. Do not miss Loch Lomond - amazingly beautiful in the sunshine;we recommend walking along the quiet eastern side of the loch from Balmaha, with its marina and boat trips to an island, but we also found the tourist shopping centre and aquarium on the western side interesting. We travelled to see museums in Glasgow on a wet day and had no problem with traffic - if you avoid the rush hours and the city centre. Sept 2011."