What our guests have to say ....


The cottage is more than just a holiday let to us, its also our home.. we love spending time there and we take great pleasure when our commitment to this historic property is appreciated by our guests who we greatly enjoy sharing it with.....


"Had a wonderful week staying at Brewers Cottage, cosy, well equipped and in a beautiful part of Scotland. Julie and Steve have put a lot of effort into supplying lots of information about the local area, walks and places to visit. We especially loved watching the birds at the feeders, they kept us entertained for hours and we also had the Pine Marten visit every night. I hope all future visitors will support Julie and Steve in keeping this going. There was plenty of bird food supplied but we brought more Jam and Honey as this goes quite quickly! Places we went and would recommend are . . . . Dog falls and Coire Loch beautiful . . . Recommend the walk to Plodda Falls via the ruins of Guisachan House. Parked up at the Loch Affric Circuit Car Park and walked some of the Affric Kintail way, absolutely stunning!! The snow definitely helped. Saw majestic stags on a drive down Glen Cannich. A day trip to the Black Isle, well worth a visit. One week was definitely not long enough, the area has so much to offer. I would highly recommend Brewers for anyone considering staying in the area."


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"Beautiful location with walks and wildlife on the doorstep. We were lucky enough to have a visit from a Pine Marten one night, sat on the window sill eating nuts. The cottage offers everything you need and the log fire is perfect for the evening. Highly recommend - 10/10"


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"Set in a Superb location for walking and outdoor activities all around the Glen Affric area and further afield, just on the edge of the village of Tomich, within walking distance to the village public house & with so many stunning locations to visit, on foot or by car & all from a cottage that offers everything you need in comfort & With that homely feel. it’s a place we’ve visited twice now & it’s a place we will return too ; we cannot fault the brewers cottage."


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"My wife & I have been here before in 2017, there have been improvements made since then but for me there was not much to improve on. It is tucked away just off a dead end country lane in a very sparsely populated place. An abundance of time and space, peace, darkness and lots of walking and yet not far from Inverness, Fort William, Isle of Skye, Oban etc. etc. and a hotel in the village with a local Spar shop & Post office 3 miles away in the next village. Wild life, ancient Caledonian forest all on the doorstep. It's a wonderful place."


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"We enjoyed a thoroughly relaxing week in this very comfortable cottage. After a good long walk and there are plenty of excellent routes in the area, we'd come home to light the woodburning stove and relax for the evening .. perfect."

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"Lovely comfy cosy cottage, perfect location for our holiday, would defiantly come back"


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"We had a lovely week at the Brewer's Cottage celebrating my wife's 60th birthday. The cottage has been modernised and is superbly equipped. The location is very quiet with only the wildlife for company, yet is within easy walking distance of the village centre. Julie and Steve provide lots of walking ideas both from the doorstep and further afield. The drawback of the relatively remote location is that there are no local shops, so provisions have to be planned in advance if the intention is to home cook! In summary, a great base to explore this wonderful area of the Scottish Highlands."


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"What great holiday accommodation was just great. The cottage is really cosy and comfortable, the weather was fantastic so we had chance to enjoy the garden. There are so many beautiful walks round this area and the scenery is breathtaking"


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“Had an amazing time at the cottage, was very warm and cosy. It’s my 3rd time in Scotland and so far has been my best visit. The heated floor in the bathroom was lovely and enjoyed the fireplace. I would love to come back and stay again”

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"Really lovely house! The bedrooms were really nice! I loved the bathroom heated floor"

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"Cottage great – very warm"

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"What a wonderful, charming cottage. Set in the most beautiful surroundings. The cottage has all good quality appointed amenities. Beautifully clean, fresh white bed linen. Nicely furnished and the owners could not have been more helpful, welcoming and hospitable. The wildlife which is encouraged in the garden is magical. There is nothing negative I can think of to advise . I look forward to returning and experiencing the tranquil beauty of the Brewers Cottage Tomich again soon."

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"Lovely break, friendly locals – holiday too short"

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"Fabulous location in beautiful Glen Affric & gorgeous cottage with ! amazing wildlife garden Badgers & Fox visited most evenings along with wide variety of birds feasting on the bird feeders in the garden. Excellent base to explore lochs and mountains in Glen Affric and surrounding area - had totally relaxing week. 
Cottage had everything we required and was set in well kept wildlife garden that was just so full of activity with wildlife both during the day and after hours......amazing watching foxes and badgers in the garden enjoying their local environment."

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"It has been an awesome holiday, the cottage was great"

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"Cosy cottage, been mountain biking all over Glen Affric, Glen  Strathpeffer and on Skye. Great holiday we will be back"

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"Thoroughly enjoyed our time at Brewers Cottage, lovely forest walks, what a treat to see deer in the fields in the mornings"


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"Great cottage, fabulous location for lots of walking in Glen Affric, Dog Falls, Plodda Falls, and Glen Urquhart . Really enjoyed the peace and quiet with the added bonus of great walks" 

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"We’ve loved every minute and have no doubt we will return again and again, the only sad part is having to leave it all behind but we have fantastic memories and stunning photographs to take away.

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The Brewers Cottage. Tomich, Near Cannich, Inverness-shire. IV4 7LY

 

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