Need a highchair? One can be rented at Clover Cottage
No need to bring towels and linen
There is space to park your car at Clover Cottage
This cottage is situated in a rural location
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Relax with the woodburning stove
There is an enclosed garden at this cottage
Broadband is available at this cottage
Details of Clover Cottage
The holiday cottage Clover Cottage is at "Brewlands Estate" and can be found in Glenisla, Blairgowrie, near Dunkeld - Perthshire. Brewlands Estate is about 16 miles from Dunkeld. Sleeping 2 people in 1 bedroom.
Clover Cottage at "Brewlands Estate" could make a good holiday cottage for a couple. Should you want to go out for a meal, the nearest pub is 2 miles, and the shop is 12 miles from Brewlands Estate.
Clover Cottage at "Brewlands Estate" has a "5 star rating", so you will have an exceptional with a degree of luxury.
These are the reviews for Clover Cottage. There are 63 reviews.
Charming cottage! not easy to find, it would be helpful if the sign were visible from the street. The garden is all gravelled over which is too bad. Cosy interior, but there is no real view to the outside except through the kitchen window, which makes it feel a bit closed in. Kitchen accoutrements are rather skimpy. The caretaker simon is very nice and helpful. Tracy from Amsterdam (22 July 2017)
Wonder cottage . and staff . great week Helen from Wolferton (18 March 2017)
Very peaceful. The cottage was clean and comfortable. Perfect location for walking etc. If you want entertainment then go elsewhere but if you are looking for a bolt hole away from it all, this fits the bill. There is a pub 2 miles away which is very welcoming and serves very good food. Philip from Ilkeston (11 March 2017)
Lovely, lovely cottage, well equipped, clean, charming, stunning location if a little far from shops. Would definitely visit again. House manager helpful. Found booking agent less helpful :( Suzanne from East Sussex (04 February 2017)
Great stay! made to feel very welcome by simon who couldn't do enough to help us. The property had everything we wanted and the hot tub was truly amazing!!!! already planning our next stay! Sarah from Maidenhead (28 December 2016)
A nice little cottage but a bit outdated in terms of equipment, microwave, toaster and kettle. Electric is charge on top and works out about £80 for a week. Electrics were also temperamental in the cottage and the bedside lights didn't work nor did the utility room. No outside lights over hot tub or leading round to it so it's a clamber in the dark and it's not at all sheltered by a fence or wind block so was a bit too windy to sit in some evenings. It's also all gravel around the hot tub so hurts your feet! had a few workers call round to do works on the cottage so wasn't as secluded as we would have hoped. Cleaners came to clean before we had even left! felt a bit pressured to get out quickly. Beautiful location and close to a good pub. Bed was so comfy and the cottage is nicely laid out. Just a few minor details. Hannah from Aberdeenshire (03 December 2016)
Spent an idyllic week in clover cottage,absolutely heavenly setting and cottage. Fantastically equipped kitchen for those of us who enjoy having the time to cook while away on holiday. Wonderfully comfy bed,bedding and cosy towels/bath robes. Hot water always plentiful.hot tub just the icing on the cake. Check out lunan bay, glen isla hotel for great food and hospitality. Craig (head keeper) ensured hubby had a great and successful deer stalking experience. Simon always on hand for any problems-not that we had any.we'll definitely be arranging another stay. Sarah from Leyburn (22 October 2016)
Lovely cottage in wonderful location. Confirmed Guest (27 August 2016)
Been home 2 weeks and already booked up for next year, lovely cottage set on its own, very peaceful, amazing walks from the front door. The hot tub is a great addition and the wood burner makes it feel homely. Wayne from Salisbury (25 June 2016)
Clover cottage was the perfect holiday retreat for us and our two italian spinones! the champagne and fresh cheese scones on arrival was a perfect welcome. This cottage is not tiny, it's cosy, romantic, secluded and peaceful. the hot tub was a real bonus with fab views. we enjoyed fly fishing in the loch with chris and a hugely enjoyable and informative nature stalk with craig. Avoid perth but braemar and kirriemuir are well worth a visit. Don't drive by the glenisla hotel, it may look unimpressive externally but the welcome, beer and food are worth pulling in for and it's dog friendly. our only points for improvement would be to create a patio for eating outdoors and to stock the loch with more fish for a more fruitful angling experience! Helen from Manchester (04 June 2016)
Unfortunately, this is not a 5 star property as advertised. first of all, it is not a one-bedroom cottage - it is a studio with a bed on a galleried landing - it is really tiny. secondly, in terms of general appearance, the décor is getting very tired and needs to be repainted; some of the kitchen units have doors peeling at the edges, there is mould in places on the bathroom ceiling and rust on the shower rail. Also we found the bathroom floor had not been properly cleaned. it is therefore, for the space available and the general condition, poor value for money. however, our main niggle was the extortionate cost of electricity which is added to the rental price. they are currently charging 21p per unit when most people at home will be paying around 11 p. so you are not only paying for electricity but they are ripping you off in the process - one previous guest paid nearly £130 in electricity and logs! (we have not paid for electricity separately at any holiday cottage for over 20 years.) so only stay here if you want a small cottage with a hot tub. otherwise i'm sure you will find better value for money in a scenic location elsewhere. Chris from Glenrothes (30 April 2016)
Unfortunately, this is not a 5 star property as advertised. first of all, it is not a one-bedroom cottage - it is a studio with a bed on a galleried landing - it is really tiny. secondly, in terms of general appearance, the décor is getting very tired and needs to be repainted; some of the kitchen units have doors peeling at the edges, there is mould in places on the bathroom ceiling and rust on the shower rail. Also we found the bathroom floor had not been properly cleaned. it is therefore, for the space available and the general condition, poor value for money. however, our main niggle was the extortionate cost of electricity which is added to the rental price. they are currently charging 21p per unit when most people at home will be paying around 11 p. we noticed that one previous guest paid nearly £130 in electricity and logs! (we have not paid for electricity separately at any holiday cottage for over 20 years.) so only stay here if you want a small cottage with a hot tub. otherwise i'm sure you will find better value for money in a scenic location elsewhere. Chris from Glenrothes (30 April 2016)
We spent a week at clover cottage at the beginning of april. The scenery was idyllic. The cottage was cosy and romantic..so much so, we've booked to go again in september to celebrate my 50th birthday. Simon, the estates manager, couldn't have been more helpful. We would have no hesitation recommending clover cottage to anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of every day life! Jacqueline from Kilmarnock (09 April 2016)
This cottage is nestled in rural scotland with local walks, two lakes and a good pub within walking distance. we had been looking to go to this property for some time and it was not until we opened the door that we were disappointed. the property appears to be a victim of its own success and is a little tired. Electricity is charged at 21p per unit,12 march 16 and is payable by cash or cheque. Carol from Derbyshire (19 March 2016)
The wifi was not working and paying cash for the logs and electricity was inconvenient. Far better to put up the initial cost. Otherwise a stunning cottage. Location, perfect. Hot tub, perfect. resident red squirrel, perfect. Plus simon, was extremely helpful. Such a charming little haven of tranquility in the picturesque woods. Matt from Kendal (20 February 2016)
One of the best holiday I have ever had, bar none. its the most perfect location and such a lovely little cottage. if you like beauty, wildlife, walks and getting back in touch with whats really important in life - this is the perfect place. George from Coventry (13 February 2016)
We loved our stay at clover cottage, it was very romantic for our honeymoon. Isla from Lanark (11 December 2015)
We absolutely loved our stay, the area was so quiet with some amazing views. Quite out of the way but definitely worth it. We did almost miss the entrance on arrival though, a roadside marker would have been a bit easier to spot. Simon and the ladies assisting him couldn't have been more helpful, there was a problem with the hot tub and the wi-fi was down but they got straight on it and sorted it as soon as they could. . we locked ourselves out one night, walked round to the farm house where the caretakers were more than happy to do everything they could to get us back in, they were just so good about such an inconvenience. . the cottage was clean, tidy and a pleasure to stay in. The leaflets and flyers provided were a staple for what we decided to do during our stay. All round it was a great stay and we're considering returning next year with our daughter. . thanks so much! Nick from Ayr (14 November 2015)
The location was perfect for us, remote and beautiful countryside, we had a fabulous time and would most definitely look to coming to this cottage again Malcolm from Cambs (15 August 2015)
Very nice cottage in an excellent location. Very comfortable and the hot tub is an excellent addition. Slightly pricey but we will likely return again. Jamie from Glasgow (13 June 2015)
Atmospheric and private- a gorgeous wee hideaway. We felt really at home during our stay and were not disappointed. Just make sure to bring cash or cheque to pay for electricity and additional logs as this isn't noted in the listing. Marion from Prestwick (12 February 2015)
Whilst we were there in december, we went on line and booked again for 2 weeks in september, I think that says it all. Helen from Maidenhead (28 December 2014)
Idyllic location for its beauty; crossing the burn to the entrance gate is a picture postcard/shotbread tin picture moment. . comfy bed and the cottage has all the amenities you could want. . go prepared as the nearest shops are a good drive away to top up on supplies. . although the cottage has wifi; didn't work during our stay, that s was reported but not fixed, only downside to our stay as there was no phone signal and we needed to keep in touch with a sick relative. . electricity charge and logs are extra, be prepared to go pay about £10 a day if you are using the hot tub. . overall; a thoroughly relaxing place to stay; slight disappointment with follow up to wifi defect; calls, text and voicemail solicited nil response. Steve from Aberdeen (01 November 2014)
Breath taking scenery and wild life. Romantic setting. Tranquil and peaceful. Kelly from Canvey Island (04 October 2014)
Truly relaxing, peaceful holiday, no noise except local wild life no cars no planes total chill Fiona from Worcester (30 August 2014)
This was our second visit to clover cottage as we liked the location and the lovely views and the walks in the area. Simon was helpful as before. The kitchen was well equipped but the settee and chair were the same as 5 years ago and not comfortable. There is also the system of recording your electricity units and paying at 23p per unit which we thought should be included in the price at least in the summer months. Having said that we really enjoyed our holiday. Bob from Whitchurch (16 August 2014)
Third stay and will be back. That says it all. David from Glasgow (28 June 2014)
Cottage was well equipped and location was fantastic. Would certainly stay again. Robert from Edinburgh (23 February 2014)
Cottage was lovely. perfect for a couple and cosy. . . directions that were given at time of booking we not correct but we found it in the end. this has been changed aparently, so hopefully people booking after jan 2014 will get directly to the place. . cottage had all the equipment we needed and was perfect for a break away from it all. telly worked, wi-fi was handy, be warned we only got a mobile signal on ee, dont moan expecting full service, it is in a glen after all. . log stove belted out heat on only 1 log at a time, and our dogs loved the place with room to run int he woods, not the fields due to sheep and horses but perfectly understandable. . will return to this cottage as it did everything it was supposed to do, remote - yes, no-one around - yes, log fire - yes. Mary from Aberdeen (17 February 2014)
We had such a relaxing 'babymoon' at clover cottage, it was perfect exactly what we needed, quiet, peaceful and the log fire made it so snug. Simon, the manager, is a wealth of information and we thoroughly recommend spending some time with the gamekeeper - we tried clay pigeon shooting and were in stitches, added bonus was he also pointed out the red squirrels metres from our garden and the deer on the hills behind us that we hadnt spotted. We will be back with baby! Sarah from Yorkshire (15 November 2013)
It was the perfect honeymoon location, we will be returning for 1st anniversary Tina from Manchester (26 October 2013)
Nice location and comfy cottage for two, but due the open space inside the cottage (and poor isolation) hard to warm up in the colder days. Sadly, the owners use a very last millenium approach of "electricity by the meter", so the meter ticks away very, very happily.. and by the way, if you're tall.. duck.. :-) H&Amp;M from The Netherlands (19 October 2013)
Beautiful cottage which far exceeded our expectations!. perfect getaway for two, lovely surroundings and lots to do if you wish. Cottage had everything you could need for a short break, we will definatly be back! Sarah from Glasgow (22 Jun 2013)
Great location, really helpful staff Confirmed Purchaser (25 May 2013)
Location and views. Alex from Edinburgh (22 February 2013)
Fantasticly rural location, own space, perfect for romantic getaway, good support from estate/ house keeper, well appointed and furnished Tom from London (15 February 2013)
Beautiful surroundings, lovely inside and out. Very private which was what we wanted. The spiral staircase was a lovely addition to the cottage and very nice to look at. Was nice to wake up and watch the sheep out the window. Jessica from West Sussex (01 December 2012)
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Location Carole from Durrington (08 September 2012)
A fantastic location. It was so lovely and quiet. We slept really well in the very comfortable bed. Customer 40 (September 2012)
Beautiful setting. Secluded and peaceful. Dog friendly Kate from Grantham (14 July 2012)
Great quirky cottage ideal for romantic getaway. Customer 42 (June 2012)
Location, friendliness of manager. Anthony from Ashbourne (19 May 2012)
Nearest town is Blairgowrie about 40 minutes drive away so it may be a good idea to take enough supplies for your first day or two. Customer 44 (April 2011)
Clover Cottage was beautifully positioned in stunning landscape. The cottage interior was perfectly furnished and as comfortable as being at home. Everything had been thought of and we couldn’t have asked for a better cottage experience. The ideal place to step out of your busy life and relax. Customer 45 (February 2011)
A wonderfully romantic, cosy and beautifully appointed property. The perfect hideaway for a snowy week in the highlands. Customer 46 (December 2010)
The isolation and privacy and peace was wonderful. Customer 47 (November 2010)
Idyllic location. Comfortable and cosy accommodation. Well presented and clean. Helpful caretaker. Customer 48 (November 2010)
Lovely though remote and a little hard to locate initially. Customer 49 (November 2010)
It was clean and well kept, with logs for the fire. Customer 50 (November 2010)
It was a lovely cosy cottage with a wood burning fire, which is great for the winter months. It exceeded our expectations for quality and location. It was lovely to go home to after a day out, a true home from home atmosphere. The spring water was delicious to taste. The bed was really comfortable and we slept really well. Customer 52 (October 2010)
The property was in such a lovely and peaceful location and was such a delight to stay for a week. Customer 53 (September 2010)
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