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Reviewed April 21, 2013

Have stayed in this cottage on a number of occasions. The accommodation is of a excellent standard. The open fire is a dream on more traditional cold Scottish days. The view from the window is exquisite. Being able to take my dogs for long walks on the beech was wonderful. This was an excellent base for travelling around this area. I am hoping to go back to this cottage again soon. Would recommend enjoy.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Shona t
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Reviewed April 17, 2013

Me and my partner decided to go travelling around Scotland this summer. We chose to book this beautiful cottage for one week-having stayed two previous summers with my mother and sister I knew it was ideal. Firstly it is set in an idyllic location, the views are truly beautiful pictures can not do it justice!!! Me and my boyfriend happily had many lunches and dinners in just so we could soak up the view, the fireplace made it very cosy and very warm! The beach is lovely to walk down and if you fancy a wee 10 minute walk there is a fantastic art gallery just up and around the hill (towards Ullapool). As I said, we had many fantastic meals there- the self catering equipment gave me everything I felt we needed! The beds were super comfy and again the main bedroom has fantastic views- waking up to the sea on your doorstep (not literally) was fantastic! you don't get views like that in Ullapool!! On previous visits I stayed in the spare room and again the beds were comfy- I got a great nights sleep each time!!! This was an ideal location for exploring Scotland and it is highly recommended to anyone looking for a comfortable stay in a truly stunning location!!!

Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Simpson555
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Reviewed May 31, 2011

Just returned from a very wet (all week/every day) and windy week. (70 to 80mph on the Monday) but we did have a very, very good time in the area. The cottage does have magnificent views of the bay and beyond from the master bedroom and the living room. The second bedroom has the main A835 running immediately next to it so take ear-plugs or be prepared for some very early wake up calls from the passing lorries! The master bedroom has a very comfortable double (king size) memory foam bed but the sprung single beds in the other room were uncomforatble.
The kitchen is well equipped as far as pots/pans/crockery etc and there is an efficient electric hob but there is no conventional oven - a mystery as there is plenty of space for one - and the microwave oven just doesn't do the job.
The bathroom is small with a (narrow) sink, bath and toilet but the shower is weak - though just about adequate. The bathroom is supposed to have a combined light/heater but we couldn't get the heater part to work at all during our stay.
The living room is very comfortable with settee and two arm chairs, loads of books and games to suit all ages and tastes. (The ceiling though looks in need of some urgent repair with cracks and fallen plaster work) The TV in the living room is a good size but again we found it very hit and miss when trying to first get a picture! We managed it every night but having two controllers that both did different aspects of the program finding activity didn't make it an easy or rapid activity.
There is a DVD/CD player and a very good range of DVD's - but once again the brains of three educated adults coulldn't get the DVD player on. (We probably could have done with a teenager in tow as, no doubt, they would have had it working with no trouble at all!)
Heating: Two efficient oil filled heaters are provided which were used every night (electricity was/is included in the initial price of the booking) to warm the living room and entrance hall while a coal fire (fuel needs to be bought from Ullapool) was built, lit and two hours later turned on the radiators! If the doors on the fire were kept closed the radiators stayed warm but if they were opened to have the benefit of the 'real fire' the radiators went off!
A generally very comfortable place to stay, with excellent views from the living room and easy access to both Ullapool and the very beautiful and remote areas of this part of the highlands.
NB: Don't bother with taking a teenager - just do without the DVD player for your stay! :-)

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank Vance L
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Reviewed July 21, 2009

I was most grateful to discover this gorgeous holiday cottage in the Ardmair Bay, the previous review clearly does not give visitors an up to date picture of this 'home from home' . The views to the Summer Isles and Isle Martin are stunning, its a very sunny cottage and easy to spend long days watching the sea from the front room and relaxing in the comfy chairs, theres also a wonderful CD Player and TV for entertainment on wet days. The bed in the main room is extremely comfortable with new carpets and furnishings. The 2nd bedroom is a good size so it would also be an ideal place for families to stay with easy access to the beach. The shower is hot and powerful and a nice clean and modern bath was welcome after a day in the hills. The kitchen is fully equipped with all mod cons, I really liked the halogen cooker, we enjoyed cooking in the cottage and watching the sunset and it was very hard to tear ourselves away from this special place at the end of the week. Ullapool is only 10 minutes away by car so it was handy for shopping and there are a number of good restaurants in Ullapool but none with a view as good as Ardanair. Having previously stayed in several other holiday cottages on the west coast it was a dream to be in such a warm and comfortable cottage this time. I would recommend this cottage to friends who enjoy the sea and the hills and will definetly return.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed December 5, 2007

We stayed a week at Ardanair Cottage while attending an Art Course at Bridge House (which was fantastic) and we have to say this is the worst (of many visits to the north of scotland) accommodation we have stayed in. On the plus side the view is stunning but nothing could make up for the poor standard of this accommodation which was dirty, bedding was shabby, beds really worn and uncomfortable. Kitchen boasted to be fully equiped and modern - it isn't. There was a dilapidated broken Bifnet worktop grill/oven and an monolithic microwave that refused to work after a few minutes. Cooking was a nightmare. The poor standard of accommodation marred our stay.
Ullapool is a fantastic place and the scenery is wonderful wild and exciting. Don't let this review put you off the area. We will be returning - just not to this holiday cottage.

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