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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."
Andy - verified booking
"We have recently returned from a week in this lovely cottage. The cottage is deceptively large, spacious and extremely clean and it's fully equipped with eveything you could need for your holiday. All the bedrooms are well sized and the furnishings are comfortable and in excellent condition.The welcome pack that greeted us on arrival was a a great touch and included fresh milk, orange juice, butter, yoghurt and black pudding. Essentials like tea and coffee we also provided so we could enjoy welcome refreshment after our journey.The garden is a good size, well maintained and enclosed so that even our houdini hound didn't manage to find any way to escape. The garden furniture was very comfortable, although we didn't get around to trying out the table tennis table or barbeque.The cottage is ideally located to give you easy access to everything in the area around Loch Lomond but far enough from the neareast road to let you forget where you are and enjoy the peace and quiet. The pubs and restaurants in Drymen are excellent and the majority are dog friendly so your canine family members can also enjoy the holiday.We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and hope to be back next year.A&K"
Charlie - verified booking
"A very cosy cottage with a unique deck at the rear that overlooks a small burn - you can hear the sound of the river which is very atmospheric. It doesn't look very big from the outside but surprisingly roomy due to a clever layout which manages to provide 2 separate shower rooms/toilets and 3 double bedrooms. It also has a private drive at the front big enough for 2-3 cars. Wood burner was used most nights and a basket of logs was provided but more available at the local Spar in Drymen. Drymen has a couple of pubs as well as a village shop and pharmacy. Balamaha is very close too and has a brilliant cafe. The Balloch House in Balloch is a gem, not least because it has a vegan menu. The food was excellent and we ate every other night! Ballock also has beautiful country park with walks down to the Loch - and red squirrels! There is a also a Coop supermarket there too. We took the train to Glasgow one day. £18 for 3 adult returns to Glasgow - really good value and the trains are every 30 mins. Would definitely stay here again if we get the chance. Recommended!"
James - verified booking
"We had a fantastic week at Kilmanorock Cottage, we stayed towards the end of June with our Labrador. The cottage is set in a stunning countryside location down a really long private drive with fields all around. There are Highland cows and horses in the fields around the garden which is really nice. The cottage itself was beautifully decorated and really well equipped, the owners have thought of everything you may need for your stay. It is brilliant for dogs too, a large fully enclosed garden and loads of space inside. It is a short drive from the shores of Loch Lomond, everyday we went somewhere different around the Loch, there are some lovely places to visit, again great if you have a dog who loves swimming. Not far from the village of Drymen which has some really good pubs and a couple of shops. We stay in holiday cottages fairly often and this is one of the best! Definitely recommend and would love to visit again!"
Previous guest - verified booking
"The cottage was lovely. It was decorated neutrally,was attractive and very comfortable. It was spacious, with more than enough room for 6 adults and a dog! Marr Cottage was very well equipped including everything you could need in the kitchen and there was also a docking station for ipods and sky tv. Just what we needed for a lazy evening after a long walk up the Cobbler! It was wonderful to open the curtains in the morning and to see the stream/river flowing just behind the cottage. Sadly it wasn’t BBQ weather while we were there but it would have been lovely to sit on the terrace, eating al fresco overlooking the river. Maybe next time. We would certainly stay at Marr Cottage again. Sept 2010."