Peter and Victoria Jones. 01225 837 545

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It took a while for me finding a nice cottage in Scotland, but I am pretty sure I couldn't find a better one than BPC.   Beautiful sceneries when you walk out of the door

What our Guests said in 2018

 

February 

 

A lovely, relaxing week with lots of snow—good for tobogganing in the garden ! We have enjoyed local walks and watching wildlife in the garden.  The birds are very hungry—a whole feeder of nuts gone every day although the 2 red squirrels had something to do with that too !  

Wildlife seen from the cottage—robins, blackbirds, pheasant, blue tits, coal tits, great tits, jays, cormorant,  dunnock, chaffinch, siskin, buzzard,, sheep, deer and to our delight  nuthatches, red squirrels, oyster catcher and a great spotted woodpecker on the feeder.  Such an education for our daughter.

We have been coming for years and, of course, will be back.

Oliver, Kathryn & Sophie.  Manchester

 

March

 

Our first visit to Scotland—blown away by the beautiful scenery on the doorstep.  Have watched red squirrels, deer voles and lots of birds including woodpeckers and oyster catchers from the kitchen window.

The cottage has been carefully thought about and has everything you would ever need. It is homely and is the  perfect place for a relaxing and and restoring get away

Ben & Beth,  Bath

 

April

 

When we arrived only a few shy little flowers showed up on the big tree in the garden—day by day more flowers opened and t was in full blossom on the last day !

A walk up Glen Lochay is a nice one to start with as there are beautiful views—the silence and peace there is overwhelming—compared to Amsterdam.  Now heading home, unfortunately our stay in BPC has almost come to an end.  It took a while for me finding a nice cottage in Scotland, but I am pretty sure I couldn't find a better one than BPC.   Beautiful sceneries when you walk out of the door, and with a bit more effort great views on the Loch. 
Did some woodcutting for your future guest, and tried to get some bikes fixed, but unfortunately there was no pump.

Kjeld and Brenda, Amsterdam

(there were 3 pumps there the first week in April !  Peter) 

 

May

 

Two weeks o f really lovely weather, it could not have been any better.  The dogs had a great time as usual.  Bridge Park Cottage has everything I need and a massive garden for the dogs to run in.  I have had a lovely, relaxing holiday—just what I needed.

Rob, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

 

June

 

Two weeks of hot weather, plenty of stags around and the usual wildlife—just perfect

Andy & Lorraine,Clydebank.

A lovely, relaxing week with lots of snow—good for tobogganing in the garden ! We have enjoyed local walks and watching wildlife in the garden.  The birds are very hungry—a whole feeder of nuts gone every day although the 2 red squirrels had something to do with that too !  

Wildlife seen from the cottage—robins, blackbirds, pheasant, blue tits, coal tits, great tits, jays, cormorant,  dunnock, chaffinch, siskin, buzzard,, sheep, deer and to our delight  nuthatches, red squirrels, oyster catcher and a great spotted woodpecker on the feeder.  Such an education for our daughter.

We have been coming for years and, of course, will be back.

Oliver, Kathryn & Sophie.  Manchester

 

August

 We all loved our stay in Bridge Park Cottage - the house was great and had everything we could wish for, and owning the curtains every morning was a total joy. I hope we will be back one day ! 

Vicky, Holland