Osprey Cottage, Perthshire - Sleeps 4
Customer Reviews of Osprey Cottage, Perthshire - Sleeps 4
1st comment: Interior surprisingly spacious. Superb views over the fields and beyond. Sofas in the lounge in need of re-upholstering. Log burning stove was toasty. Feb 2012.
2nd comment: Excellent accommodation with all mod cons and extremely clean. Situated in a peaceful setting with great views and centrally placed for the many tourist attractions nearby. Local store is in Meigle, a 5 minute drive. June 2011.
3rd comment: The rural venue makes it a peaceful and secluded holiday. Excellent for dogs with well fenced garden and plenty of safe walks. Well appointed, well cared for and very clean. Oct 2010.
4th comment: Very high standard. Clean, airy, well equipped. Peaceful, tranquil spot. Wheelchair accessible. Aug 2010.
5th comment: Osprey Cottage is a wonderful escape from normal life styles it is homely and welcoming and Katy’s welcome tray of fresh Scottish Strawberries, a bottle of wine and the local newspaper is a lovely touch. The cottage has everything anyone could need my only complaint is that at the end of the holiday we had to leave, without a doubt we will be back again and again. July 2010.
6th comment: Quiet, peaceful, private location. Light and airy cottage, lovely open aspect to fields. Enclosed garden with patio doors. Good standard of furnishing/decor. Lovely kitchen/diner with views of open countryside. Excellent base for touring/sightseeing. June 2010.
7th comment: Lovely location, well equipped cottage. May 2010.
8th comment: The rural location of the cottage gives a most relaxing & peaceful holiday in delightful surroundings. May 2010.
9th comment: Light airy feel to the cottage. Surprisingly spacious and secluded. Particularly enjoyed wood-burning stove at this time of year. Oct 2009.
10th comment: The cottage is very roomy and there is plenty of car parking available. We enjoyed the privacy and quiet. The property was described as "light and sunny" and it did not disappoint. We enjoyed watching the wildlife while eating breakfast. Aug 2009.