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HeatherMarshall wrote a review Sep 2016
North Nibley, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
We returned to Ifferdale for our second visit. My husband and I stayed in the Loose Box and dad stayed in the Hay Loft (the only thing he would have liked was somewhere for hanging a few clothes). The Loose Box is a wee haven of a place. It is immaculate, warm and comfortable and well appointed. Monica cooked dinner for us on both nights and we could not have eaten better if we had gone to a posh restaurant - her pear and bramble crumble is the best crumble I have ever eaten. We also enjoyed the home reared lamb and beef. The meals were excellent value. We love the fact that the farm is at the end of a long bumpy track - that's where farms sometimes are, and it ensures there's no passing traffic, lots of peace and quiet, and starry skies with no light pollution. We'll be returning when we can for another dose of Ifferdale.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Eunicerich wrote a review Jul 2015
Letchworth, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Recently spent a week in TheHay Loft. Not a very relaxing place, with no views from the accommodation and not many home comforts. May be OK for a couple of days but not for the mature person. Lots of bits and pieces missing like no window coverings in the bedrooms, not room for food storage in kitchen etc and a 1.4 mile very rough track to get to it.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Ian.suff18 wrote a review Sep 2014
bury st edmunds28 contributions24 helpful votes
We spent a couple of nights here at Ifferdale farm in the middle of August The farm is in a simply stunning location at the end of the valley. We were warmly welcomed by the owners Andrew and Monica who showed us to our accomodation, the Hayloft which was cosily furnished with full self catering facilities. Ifferdale is a lovely place to spend a couple of days exploring the mulitude of forestry tracks around the farm or even staying for a week or more and exploring the wider area. If you are considering a holiday in Kintyre, you really will not be disapointed with the welcome at Ifferdale
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Date of stay: August 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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James_Fathers wrote a review May 2014
Edinburgh, United Kingdom9 contributions7 helpful votes
Me and my girlfriend stayed for one night at the bunkhouse in April, and I can honestly say it was one of the most friendly, scenic, clean and well provided places I've ever stayed. We were met with a warm welcome at the farm (despite it being the middle of a busy lambing season) and unexpectedly given cheddar, biscuits and fruit as soon as we got through the door. The dormitory was all brand new, clean and spacious (a bit of a step above bunkhouse accommodation to be honest), as was the kitchen/dining room. Though we actually ended up in the double en-suite room for the normal bunkhouse price (£20pppn). I suppose the one setback was the lack of an oven in the kitchen, but it was fully stocked otherwise - mircowave, kettle, cutlery, plates etc. This however led us to accept the owners' (sorry I forget their names) offer of a 3 course dinner for £15 each, which was fantastic - smoked salmon, roast lamb (their own) and home made meringue! The farm itself is in lovely surroundings, and it was made clear we could wander anywhere we liked. The owner insisted his young son show us round the lambing shed and meet a few new arrivals (we did our best not to think about dinner). The glen in general was great for walking, and we walked over from Torrisdale on a section of the Kintyre way, which passes right by the farm. This was on the owners' advice, who had a limitless supply of suggestions for what to there and in Kintyre in general. A great place, I really wish we'd stayed longer.
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Date of stay: April 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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