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My sister and I spent two nights at this lovely B&B - we had a double and a twin room - both very nice and very comfortable, and we shared a huge bathroom (although there is another bathroom available). The house is situated in beautiful...More
We spent 2 nights in this beautiful house located in the middle of lovely and peaceful countryside. We followed Sarah's directions and had no problems at all to find it. We were immediately stunned by the beauty and tranquillity of this place and were nicely...More
We had a really lovely week in Swallow Cottage. Sarah and Steve made us so welcome and could not do enough to advise and suggest places to visit but were not at all intrusive. Delicious scones and home made jam were waiting for us on...More
My wife and I stayed with Sarah and Steve for a couple of nights (B&B) while attending a family wedding. Our journey up was delayed but Sarah welcomed us in warmly despite it being late.
Our room was very clean and well equipped as was...More
Our first visit to Swallow cottage. Steve and Sarah were so friendly and have worked hard to provide some of the best self catering we have ever stayed in. Immaculate, very well equipped and extra touches such as a vase of fresh wild flowers, home...More
The house was originally owned by John Murdo in 1565 and there is a reference to John M'Murdie in Makmurdieston in 1602. I have no idea of any Mary McMurdo but by 1735 there was a Margaret McMurdo here married to John... More
The house was originally owned by John Murdo in 1565 and there is a reference to John M'Murdie in Makmurdieston in 1602. I have no idea of any Mary McMurdo but by 1735 there was a Margaret McMurdo here married to John McKinnel. I have limited information but for any more please get in touch via our website. Thanks - Sarah