What can I say, Fabulous, what a wonderful house, everything you need and the location is great. Not only has Caithness got the wow factor the views are fab to, having the canal at the bottom of the garden makes it an extra special place to stay. Would highly recommend if you are visiting this part of the country this is this place to stay with all the home from home comforts and more.
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We stayed with my daughter and her family in this fabulous place. First the basics: beds were very comfortable and firm, the showers and bathrooms good, the kitchen well equipped and thought out. The real wow factor was eating in a room bathed in sunshine, veranda doors opening to spectacular views over the well-kept lawn leading down to the shimmering canal with rolling fields beyond. My grand-children loved waving to any friendly joggers, cyclists or dog walkers on the tow-path opposite. A real treat was the passing narrow boats. It is in a quiet cul de sac but you could cut through the houses to get to the canal bank with its easy walks or bike rides into the lush countryside. It’s well positioned for many interesting trips out. We went to Big Pit, Blaenavon, recommended, as is National Trust’s Tredegar House, Newport, and Waitrose Abergavenny! But Caithness has its own attractions: boats, canoes, games, cinema room as well as somewhere just to sit in peace and quiet, admiring the views and the moorhens. It had something for everyone in the family and we would go back for more days out and family fun.