Our helpful FAQ section aims to answer your frequently asked questions about the cottages and area. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to call on 01505 842062 or 07748 432648 or use the contact form on the right hand side.
Do you require a deposit? If so, who should it be made payable to and where do I send it?
A deposit of £100 is required to hold your cottage reservation. Please make your cheque payable to Dr James Weir. It can be posted to his attention to: Glenlora Cottage Lochwinnoch PA12 4DN.
Do you accept pets?
Yes, we do accept pets at the cottages. However, we do request that you contact us directly so that this can be arranged and noted prior to your arrival.
Is bedding provided?
Yes, bedding is provided for all beds at the cottages, including seasonal bedding for warm and cold weather. You are more than welcome to bring your own bedding or favourite pillow if that will make your stay all the more comfortable.
Where are the closest shops?
The local shop is located one mile away from the cottages in the village of Boat. Additionally, a supermarket is five miles away in Aviemore.
Where are the closest restaurants?
The closest restaurants are located in the village of Boat, which is one mile away from the cottages. A wider selection of restaurants can be found in Aviemore and the surrounding towns and villages.
What are some of the closest activities?
There is much to see and do in the local and surrounding areas. There is a local park in Boat, which is one mile away, as well as an activity centre in Carrbridge, three miles from the cottages. Also located in Boat are a steam train and a nearby golf course, approximately two miles away. Osprey viewing can be found three miles away at Loch Garten at the RSPB visitor’s centre. Winter skiing can be found at the Aviemore Mountain Resort, which is about a thirty-minute drive away, and at Lecht, which is less than an hour’s drive.
Where is the nearest monster?
While there are many legends and folklore in the Scottish Highlands, the only known nearest potential monster that you may come face-to-face with is a mere 25 miles in the distance somewhere in the deepest reaches of Loch Ness. However, if you do find her, it is not recommended that you invite “Nessie” back to the cottages. She would not fall under the category of acceptable pets.