Peter and Victoria Jones. 01225 837 545

Testimonials for 2012

2nd November 2012
Not nearly long enough! Everything we could have wished for and more. Great walk up 
Ben Lawers, crystal clear sky with snow underfoot. Wonderful avian entertainment through the kitchen window. Breakfast at the Bridge of Lochay recommended.
Bob & Sue, Wiltshire

15th Oct 2012
Once again thank you for a lovely week - made a change from Maidenhead. One suggestion - maybe you could stop cold calling all times of day. See you again,
Linda, Nick & Tony

13th Oct 2012 
Lovely Autumn week - falls glorious. Fun in 
Ben Lawers nature reserve, birch woods above Glen Lochay and walk to the top of Glen Lochay. No Squirrels but lots of birds. Great F&C at the Smithy and, for a real treat, tea at the Monachyle Mhor Hotel 84, Balquhidder. Thanks very much
The Smith family, Edinburgh

14th July 2012
It was nice to come back to Bridge Park Cottage after several years absence
The Mitchesons, Northumberland

 18th May 2012
Had a really restful 2 weeks with 9 days of wall to wall sunshine, then a couple of wet, dull days. Saw the red squirrels on numerous occasions and managed to get some 'photos. Also saw the great spotted woodpecker, chaffinch, blue, great and coal tits and siskin. The sheep enjoyed the lawn and bushes when the fence broke.
Peter & Dorothy Tynemouth

 20th April 2012
Grandpa & daddy were happy walking up the 
Munroes. Granny & mummy were content with the beautiful hot sunny weather and I enjoyed my first birthday !
Jacob, Narboroug
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7th April 2012
A lovely visit again - look forward to returning.
Rob, Jenny and gang, Rugby

2nd Feb 2012
Everything we could have wanted and more. Great walk up 
Ben Lawers under clear sky with snow underfoot. Wonderful avian entertainment through the kitchen window. Breakfast at 'The Bridge' recommended. Not nearly long enough!
Bob & Sue, Wiltshire


 

Red Squirrels can often be encouraged by full bird feeders ! Peanuts are particular favourites.

A view of the cottage from the field.Ducks are also quite common in the village but can come to feast on the lush grass on the front lawn.