Glen Coe - that most famous, or infamous, of Scottish glens retains its haunting air even on the sunniest of days. With some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery Scotland has to offer, it is easy to understand why visitors flock here to walk, climb, ski in winter or simply stand in wonder and admire.
What a lovely cosy and clean cottage. Excellent touch with a welcome pack of local produce. Everything we needed was there and we had no issues. Would of loved the decking to have been secure for the dogs though as cottage on a road albeit quiet.
Fantastic house and very helpful and friendly owner and caretaker. The location is perfect, feels isolated with amazing view of the bay- we were met by a pod of Dolphin, yet only a 15 minute walk from a pub and 30 min walk from a shop. The house was imaculatly clean on arrival and is a large well furnished house. The games room has a pool table, darts board and table tennis and is large enough for all three to be in use at the same time. The kitchen is well equipped and there are lots of games provided. Beds are very comfy with good quality bedding and towels provided- even beach towels are supplied. We usually would not book a house which allows animals but it was so clean we would never have known there had been dogs in the week before.