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All reviewsgames roomold railwayjim and juliecastle stalkerglen coenevis rangeamazing viewsstayed here for a weekexploring the local areafort williamon arrivalmain bedroomshort walkstatic caravanwithin walking distancenice place to staywestern highlands
Had a marvellous stay at the lodges. We stayed in Ash tree lodge. Beautifully decorated. Fantastic views. Equipped with everything we needed. Jim and Julie are great hosts. Only improvement would
be for me internet in every lodge but game room with internet was only...More
Response from Julie W, Manager at Appin Holiday HomesResponded 18 January 2018
Thank you very much for the wonderful review. We are working to extend the reach of the wifi to each lodge individually.
We stayed here for a week with our grand children and we had a wonderful time
The chalet was warm and cosy and well equipped with a lovely big window at the front and a stunning view of the loch.
Julie and Jim could not...More
We stayed here in August, two families of 5 with young children ages between 2 and 15. Started in 2 of the static caravans right next to the lake.as someone in one of the other reviews said the place is beautiful. I have been to...More
Just returned from a wonderful holiday staying in a lodge at Appin holiday homes with my family. The lodge itself was perfect for our needs comfy, clean, well equipped with the most amazing view across the loch. One morning we woke up to see deer...More
We stayed in caravan L which was very clean with a good sized living & kitchen area. Could do with some table lights instead of just the roof lights in living area and bedroom which would make it a bit more cosy.
Main bedroom very...More
Sorry I only just noticed your question. I think the caravans are on a slight slope. Cars are not allowed outside the caravans but only a very short walk away. I think all the caravans have slopes going up to the door rather... More
Sorry I only just noticed your question. I think the caravans are on a slight slope. Cars are not allowed outside the caravans but only a very short walk away. I think all the caravans have slopes going up to the door rather than steps. I would imagine he would be fine. Hope this helps.