Holiday Cottages In Torridon To Rent
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A holiday cottage in Torridon is the perfect base for getting out and exploring the local area. Come rain or shine, a cosy cottage will be appreciated at the end of a long day soaking up the wonders of the Highlands. With imposing mountains and glistening lochs there are seemingly endless path to walk and vistas to photograph. These unspoilt surroundings are worth travelling for and make for a peaceful detox from the daily grind. The pace of life is much slower here.
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Mathew - verified booking
"Let me preface this review by stating, very simply, that Strathcarron is the most beautiful place I've ever been to in the UK. My fiancée and I stayed in this cottage for six nights in June 2015. The owners (who live two minutes' walk away) were quite wonderful; very polite and accommodating of our ever-fluctuating arrival date!The cottage is set far enough away from the owners' smallholding that we were never disturbed during our stay there; the garden is well-maintained and the drive spacious enough for a couple of cars (although we only brought one).The house itself is very generous, space-wise, considering the price. Both bedrooms are on the second floor (i.e. in the roof), but well-insulated and furnished in a modern style. The living room is carpeted and cosy and the kitchen perfectly functional; both are rather style in a less modern manner than the bedrooms, but they're well-kept, nonetheless. The choice of space heaters, E7 heaters and two open fireplaces meant that we could enjoy the luxury of a warm house thoughout a week of rather inclement weather, whilst still allowing us to enjoy a few nights in front of an open fire, too, which was nice.The house is perfectly situated to explore The Isle of Skye, the Applecross Peninsula and Glen Torridon; all are within 45 minutes' drive, which is practically a stone's throw away in this part of the UK! Gairloch is further afield, but still a feasible destination for a day trip, as long as you leave early. Local amenities are good.Drawbacks? Well, the lack of TV, telephone and mobile reception were an inconvenience, but soon forgotten after the first couple of nights. If we stayed here again, we'd probably bring our laptop and some DVDs, so that we had something else to occupy us in the evenings besides board games (of which there are enough to keep even the most avid gamer busy for a long, long time!) The midgies and ticks were also a nuisance, but that goes with the territory up here, so can't complain too much about that. I should also add that it was made clear to us that the house had no TV before our stay, so it wasn't as if there were any nasty surprises on arrival!All in all, we had a superb time in this cottage, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone thinking of staying here."
Matt - verified booking
"We had a splendid time at S41925. Achmore is obviously remote and the limited local amenities come with the territory but weren't a problem cos they're part of the deal. The Lodge itself is beautifully furnished and attentively equipped including all the things you'd "need" (beds, linen, bathroom etc etc) and plenty of nice to haves including a wide array of pots and pans, and an extensive catalogue of local walking guides of which we made extensive use (and we're not seasoned walkers by any stretch of the imagination).The lodge is not as isolated as the pic makes it look being only a short distance from the main house, but it is set aside and we felt as secluded as we needed to be (only Bracken the collie occasionally failed to respect our boundaries, but we had committed the cardinal sin of throwing a stick, the consequences of which had been made clear).Many thanks, we had a fine holiday."
Robyn - verified booking
"Fabulous cottage in a beautiful location. Will definitely return to Applecross area without a doubt. However, certain parts of the cottage could do with a deep clean e.g. the fridge, cooker and living room carpet. As we rented in winter and the water supply comes from the loch, we were told on the day we arrived that the pipes would freeze in cold weather and we could be without water. We had a 4 month old baby with us and although this wouldn't have stopped me coming, had I been informed beforehand I would have ensured I took bottled water to make baby formula if the water did stop. The upstairs bathroom wasn't working also because of the frozen pipes and so 4 adults had to share one bathroom and due to the loch filled tank, you must leave 15mins between each shower. This wouldn't have stopped me going here, but would have been nice information to have before hand."
Sue - verified booking
"Fabulous location and fabulous views from all windows. Great to while away the time just sitting watching the effects of the changes in weather. We loved the remoteness of this cottage, which was very comfortable, well equipped and spotlessly clean, for me, my partner, 80year old mom and dog Jack. Enclosed garden to allow Jack to wander freely without us worrying. Lovely walks from the cottage ( not for mom ) and nearby. Nearest shop / cafe approximately 6 miles away stocked with basics, very friendly and welcoming. Due to time of year, not a lot open around, but this didn't worry us as was expected. Deer in the wildlife centre in Torridon was a treat, along with lots of wild sightings. Sea eagle and seals seen on travels around.A welcome basket of goodies on arrival was a lovely surprise and very unexpected.We look forward to returning."
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."