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Testimonials from 2011

23rd December 2011
Rain, wind and snow every day so spent more time than usual in the cottage. Enjoyed the open fire, food, drink and rest. Lots of birds but no squirrels or pine matins.
The Quarries

29th October 2011
A great place, we will have to come again, we loved the cottage and watching the birds. Love Scotland.
Nichola & Roger, Norwich

22nd October 2011
A lovely place
Jeanie, Wisbeach

1st October 2011
What wonderful friends to recommend such a place!
Pat & Malcolm, Darlington

17th September 2011
4th year and still birll! Storm on Monday, field and bottom of garden under water & we nearly evacuated - winds 50-60mph wow. Wednesday and Thursday lovely and sunny - all water gone. We look forward to next year.
Carol & John, Stafford

27th August 2011
What a wonderful place, we are so glad we came. Hope we will come back again someday.
Chris & Helena, Bath

13th August 2011
Fantastic relaxing stay, we will be back again. Recommend Ben Lawers - excellent scenery.
Maree, Rod & Adam, Portchester.

25th June 2011
Another week of sheer bliss, can’t get better and we saw the red squirrel
Chris and Glenis, Sutton Coldfield.

17th June 2011
A wonderful cottage in a beautiful setting. Filling the bird table produced a woodpecker, duck, red squirrel amongst lots of other birds. Thank you for a lovely stay.
Ian and Dianne, Dingwell

3rd June 2011
Lovely cottage with a warm welcome. Typical Scottish weather!
The Veals, Cross.

21st May 2011
Our 3rd visit and it is as good as the first time. Where have all the red squirrels gone? Loved Ben Lawers Hotel for decent meal.

14th May 2011
Great!
Guido, Annemic & Veidee, Belgum

29th April 2011
Breathtaking scenery, beautiful wildlife, great weather, fantastic house and location - we will be back
Paul & Pauline Sheffield.

16th April 2011
A wonderful time had by all! Fantastic location, breathtaking scenery and loved the cottage. Cant wait to return!
Robert, Jenny, Jack & Harry Rugby

 


 

Looking up Glen Lochay at sunset.

 

Loch Tay in early spring.