Comments and Feedback

Over the years we have had some lovely comments and feedback. See some of them here. 

Thanks again for letting us stay in Fisherman’s Nook.  We had a great time and were so relaxed, warm and comfortable.  Both of us are self employed and work long hours, and this was our first and best holiday for years.  Benjy was like a puppy again and his arthritis seemed to disappear thanks to the extra exercise and sea air.  J. McCafferty

Thanks again for making us so welcome.   H. Pirrie   Glasgow

The little extras provided on our arrival was a wonderful touch. So good to be able to have a cup of tea straightaway.   M. Krawinkel    Kilbride

Our first impression – small but oh so cosy.  B.Bird   Chorley

A perfect retreat.Fisherman’s Nook makes great use of a small space and is cosy even in November.     B.Murphy   Glasgow

Really appreciated all the finishing touches. Gives the house character and makes  it feel  like a home.   M. Long. Surrey

The dog bowl and the blanket were lovely touches  – and the waterproof walking maps were very useful. We enjoyed exploring the island and finding remote stretches of  beaches  with their pink coloured sand.   B. Whitmore  Oxfordshire

We loved the cosiness of the cottage and its open fire.   J.  Mckenna  Killearn

I particularly liked lying in front of the fire.     Bernie the dog.  Liverpool

We loved retreating to the cosy bed at the end of a day’s walking.   L.Seal. Congleton

On rainy days we appreciated all the children’s books and the creative toy box. Marilyn  London

The front area was great for our energetic five- year old  to  burn off his energy  –  while  we  relaxed indoors. M Craigie   Kilbride        

Have to mention the location – best on the island. What a fabulous wee spot. P. Pirrie.  Glasgow

We were absolutely delighted with the location of the cottage.  J.  Hastie. Gourock

Fisherman’s boasts an adorable view of the sea and the surrounding islands. It captures the spirit of the island itself.  P. Quinton.  Rutland

This evening we sat on the wall in front of the cottage and watched the beautiful paddle ship – the “Waverley”.  If you wait until the “Waverley” pulls out of Millport harbour it goes straight  past the cottage and you get great pictures     B. Leight  Cleveland   

On our last day there were 15 or so seals lying on the rocks opposite the cottage, easily visible using the binoculars. A  Wallbank.   Sutton Coldfield

The attention to detail in the cottage is amazing. Everything we could possibly need. We didn’t bring binoculars, but lo and behold, there they were on the shelf.  J  Burns.   Preston

The cottage is a great base to enjoy Cumbrae. We went fishing off Farland Point, hiked up to the Glaid Stone and cycled around the island.   G. Rhodes.  Newcastle Upon Tyne

We went out on bikes and visited the cathedral and the model railway,  and got  pleasure watching the seals at Crocodile Rock.  B. Singleton.  Glasgow

We  enjoyed a six hour cruise on the Waverley steamer and had a lovely day out at Culzean Castle in Ayreshire.  We had a lovely two weeks and really didn’t want to go home         A. Still  Cirencester

What a fantastic few days on this special little island. Fisherman’s Nook has been the perfect base for exploring the island and the local mainland.    D.  Carrington. The Wirral