Peter and Victoria Jones. 01225 837 545

 

Comments in the Visitors Book for 2017 

  

Thank you so much, the cottager was amazing.  We loved it so much, very relaxing.

Lesley, Paisley. February  

 

Thanks. We really enjoyed our time at the cottage.

Heather, Edinburgh February  

 

 

We really enjoyed our stay - the cottage is in such a lovely position and was very cosy.

Christine. February  

 

Had a great week wih amazing weather.  Dog walking and  cycling--loved it. Location super and cottge cosy.

John & Christine, Isle of Skye. March 

 

I very much enjoyed my stay at Bridge Park Cottage, it was the perfect base for a successful week bagging Munro summits.

Nigel, Hampshire  May

 
We had a goood time in  and around your nice cottage. We came from Inverey near Breamar and had a lot of snowblizards. However the Killin weather was dry and and sunny.
 
Every morning a stroll in the surrounding  hills  and in the evening up  GlenLochay.
 
Osprey in front of cottage, 2 golden eagles behind the longhouse . One made a stoop at Murlaganmore.
Next morning I found the  plucked remains of 2 very young lamps at the field beyond. Of course enjoyed all the other Scottish wildlife too . 
 
At one morning my wive saw a man with a car at the gate, he just looked at the house. As he didn´t come to us or waved we got an extra lock on the gate before we went shopping in Killin.  When we came back  the lawn was mowed....oops !   He had to climb the fence.
 
So again thank you for letting yer  wonderful house in a beautiful spot. Hope to come back soon.
 
Ric, Gilze, Holland.  May
 

The cottage suited us very well, and a good time was had by all. Fortunately the weather was kind too.

 

Peter, Notingham.  May 

 

Once again we enjoyed our break this summer and hope to book another break soon .
Thanks again 
      Andy, Nottingham. July

 

 I just wanted you to know more than anything as the cottage is so lovely. 
We still had a great week, kids had a ball in the garden & cycling up & down the Glen.  
Thanks
Tracy, Aberdeendshire.  July
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

A pre-historic Crannog on Loch Tay reconstructed by marine archaeologists.  


A view of the front garden in summer from the sitting room windowWinter on the Dochart in Killin. 

 

Loch Tay in the early spring