Holiday Cottages In Stromeferry To Rent
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Lorna - verified booking
"I had to speak to the owner to seek out adequate pots and pans for cooking. Those in the cupboard were old and scratched. when i did ask, she initially asked me if i had tried the 'orange pans' These were old also and no fit for use. The flat was clean. The hallway was dark downstairs and a bit depressing, and we were aware of notes in the flat advising us not to do things such as go into the adjacent garden which was private. We were close to a pub and it was noisy at nights at times. However, otherwise it was a good location for Plockton amenities. next time we would find a house with a garden. I have given a 7 for local amenities as there were old leaflets present from a year or so back of what was on in the area. It would have taken no time to put updated versions in the flat. All in all a money spinner for the owner and all a bit tired inside although clean and fresh paint work. Not a lot of passion into the house for rent though we felt. We loved the area a lot and would go back. The weather was also stunning with beautiful gardens and friendly folks in the village."
Lilian - verified booking
"Loch Alsh Cottage is not a cottage but an annex of a larger house. In your picture it looks as if it is a stand alone cottage very misleading. The accommodation was for four adults but both bedrooms had double beds, as we were taking my daughter and my female friend they would have had to share, but as I had phoned the owner and told her she kindly made up a single bed in the dressing room as she called it, and said that they had changed the bedroom upstairs from single beds to a double bed!! in the pictures of the cottage it is a single bed,again very misleading.We were disappointed in the bathroom downstairs as the toilet had not been cleaned and the toilet seat was broken, and the shower was not good. The heating was not working correctly as even after turning the thermostats on the radiators off the heat still came through and the bathroom downstairs stayed hot all the time, the strange thing was the central heating panel was on the off position."
- JanR17, August 2017 - verified booking
"We were a party of five which fitted the bedrooms ideally, with two doubel and one single. Each bedroom had its own en-suite so no queueing for the bathroom in a morning. The house was extremely well equipped throughout. There was an open fire in the siitting room, though we had no need to use as the weather was very kind to us, there was also enough comfortable seating for us all. The kitchen had everything you could expect to need and more, including a tagine, and a cheese fondue, again we never used these items. Kyleakin is a small place and the house is ideally located for touring Skye or driivng to walks. There are a couple of pubs/restaurants within 5 minutes walk of the house, Saucy marys and King Kaakum, also a very good indian restaurant a short drive away. The owners live in the other half of the semi, and were helpful whenever we had a question. We will certainly try and visit again."
Violeta - verified booking
"This is, by and large, one of the best places we have ever stayed at (and we do travel quite a bit).Lochcarron is a beautiful small village, with lots of walks around, and also great places within a short drive (Applecross peninsula is worth visiting, Skye,...etc).The cottage was impecable. Really clean, with ample spaces, lots of details, cooking books, sketching note books, a very useful auxiliary room with washing machine / drier. All works, all is clean and new. The owner replies to all the messages and has been really nice and helpful. The pictures don't do it justice. The bedrooms overlook a green garden wall which is really beautiful. It is close to the main road, but there are not many cars and those that pass by are quite slow. Just across the cottage there is the beautiful loch.I really do hope that we go back again soon."
Donna - verified booking
"Lovely house with amazing loch views, very comfortable beds. It’s not clear when you book that you cannot get to the loch as it looks in the photos. Also the house looks on its own but it is down a steep driveway and the owners are in a caravan opposite. The washing machine would be more useful inside the house not in a shed next to owners caravan. Make sure you bring essentials as the only shops are Coop’s the nearest being 20 mins drive in Kyle of Lochalsh where there is a good fish & chip shop and a cafe. We drove all over and spent a couple of days in Skye which is lovely but again difficult to find any shops and petrol stations that have fuel or even open, so be prepared. Lastly this is the first time in 30 years of holidays that no welcome pack was left even a pint of milk would have been welcome."