Everything pre- arranged and the property was easy to find. Located in a quiet cul de sac. Facilities excellent. Shower to die for and a huge kitchen lounge and dinning room. We will have to fill it up next time !!
As above. All I want to say is said above. Daft that you are dictating how many words are in my review
Lovely cottage, close to Claichaig Inn for drinks and dining, Ballachulish Coop for all grocery needs. The only negative was that the dishwasher didn't heat up the water so we had to hand wash, and a small strip light in the kitchen fell down from under a unit. We reported these, but repair wasn't achieved whilst we were in residence. Better checking of equipment is recommended. We loved the location and would go back without hesitation.
Fantastic weather in a beautiful location for hiking. The chalet had everything you could need and was very comfortable.
Perfect location. The chalet is not luxary but the location is. The staff can not do enough to help and the food and drink in the Clachaig Inn is great and not overly expensive. This was our third visit to the chalets and we can not wait until 2023. A mountain lovers paradise.
We (me and 4 others) have stayed here before and, as usual, it was very good. Tricky times with Covid and regulations but all was sorted with minimum of fuss. Cottage was cleaned and ready for us when we arrived. The only thing I would ask is if the trays in the fridge door could be replaced as with 5 in the cottage, fridge space is at a premium and the milk storage door bins would be great. Thanks a lot, we’ve booked again for 2023, see you next year,
The only negative was the shower. There was hardly any pressure, apart from this all was good. It is a nice cosy cottage.
The cottage is very well-positioned for exploring the area. It is also historical as part of the old port cottages and the remnants of the Ballachulish slate industry are fascinating to wander around. This is our second year staying there and it has been a great base for hill-walking, visiting the Ardnamurchan peninsula or Mull or seeing the white-tailed sea eagles on The Loch Shiel boat trip. We enjoyed the Pier House and the Lighthouse exhibition at very scenic Port Appin - hadn’t time to take a ferry trip to Lismore - and also the beach at Cull near Duror. Worth visiting the Arts and Crafts...more
Staff were very helpful when we had issue with the lodge. It is an excellent location and the food in the inn was great
The cottage was is an amazing location with stunning views. The cottage layout was ideal and perfect to suit a large family or group. Check in and out was easy and plenty of parking space around the house.
Fantastic week with the family in great location and Superb accomodation. Thank you for your flexibility to extend our stay by one day :-)
Very clean, very comfortable beds. Lovely quiet location. Really enjoyed short walk to supermarket, bakery (excellent patisserie) and hotel swimming pool. Nice open sunny dining area. The sofa was really uncomfortable/broken so that wasn’t so good. The DVD player also didn’t work so well which was a pity as there is a great DVD library in the village.