Bedrooms: 1 - kingsize. Sleeps: 2. Pets welcome. Short breaks welcome. Private hot tub.
Weekly Rental prices for Clover Cottage
Good Housekeeping Deposit £150 per booking £25 per booking per dog Electricity by meter reading First basket of logs free, thereafter at cost Short breaks welcome
December from £370 New Year £683
Short break prices: December from £241
Weekly rental prices for Clover Cottage 2018 (but short stays are available on request) January – March from £376 April from £462 May from £560 June from £575 July from £736 August from £579 September from £400 October – December from £389 Christmas £717 New Year £717
Short break prices 2018 January to March from £245 April from £300 May from £364 June from £374 July from £479 August from £376 September from £260 October, November and December from £253
Comments we have had; Brilliant Clover Cottage! We love our secret cottage in the Highlands; its privacy, its peace, its incredible wildlife- we watched a doe and two fawns for ages this morning while we lay in bed-- and its quirky architecture. Back soon! 4th time guests, the Ogdens.
Cilla was thrilled with the champagne and chocolates. Thank you for keeping the secret and for making the cottage so cosy. Craig made our first try at clay pigeons really fun: he wasn’t patronising at all that we didn’t know what we were doing, and he had a great line in jokes. We will definitely be back for our first anniversary, Jack B, Chester
What a treat having supper cooked while we were at the loch fishing. Thank you, Simon. As we came back through the wood with the fish--all three of them!- the smell of fresh bread mixed with wood smoke wafted towards us. Then a cuckoo, I think you call it, began to call. Absolutely unforgettable. Clever us finding Clover Cottage! Pete and Fiona South Africa
A fab mixture of funky architecture and mod cons, trad game keepers in tweed suits with dogs that actually do do what they are told, and a singing housekeeper/ make- happener who leaves you in peace but comes as soon as you call him. Jim Threadneedle and Peter Brittain