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  • alasdair mccafferty from Glasgow september 2012

    Had a great time here. The house is quite spacious and in a great position within the village. A path leads straight to the local shop which has fresh baked goods every morning. It is on a quiet road and the upstairs living room has good open aspects. Would happily stay here again.

  • Jeanette and Adam Arnott from Burntisland July 2012

    We have had a superb week in this comfortable, spacious house. The hardest part was leaving to come home again. I strongly recommend the property and the area which is ideal for walking and cycling from the house and within easy reach of other activities should you require them. The local restaurant was excellent. The house provides an ideal venue for a family holiday.

  • G Templeton July 2012

    House was extremely spacious, spotlessly clean and very well kitted out (lots of kitchen utensils, pots and pans; DVD selection, books and games were a great touch). House has loads of light and great views from the lounge. Very well located for the Boat hotel, golf course and the steam railway. Having washing machine and tumble dryer was great as it means we came home with no washing! The games room / second lounge downstairs would be fantastic for larger families or groups. The only downside for us was the double bed was overly soft for our taste. That said, it didn't detract from a great week.

  • The Beards from Aberdeen April 2012

    We had a lovely stay in this property which was freshly decorated and nicely furnished with all mod cons. It is very well placed for exploring the area and within walking distance of a couple of shops and eating places. Our children thoroughly enjoyed staying in the "upside down" house - the main lounge was upstairs to take in the view... and you can step out into the back garden from the kitchen (which is also upstairs). We would happily recommend this property to others and hope to visit again soon.