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Reviewed 10 September 2009

My cousin Nancie and I arrived cold and drenched to the skin. Deb's welcomed us at the door with wee Archie a Cairn Terrier puppy. It was straight into a hot bath with loads of smellies it was pure heaven. Our room was spacious and cosy liked the freetrade coffee and tea. The food was great and the house had a really nice warm,happy feel about it. As hosts Ian and Deb are 1st class.
Thank you. Jean & Nancie

  • Stayed: September 2009
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1  Thank sparralegs
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Reviewed 8 September 2009

This B&B is one of the nicest I've stayed in. The hosts (Ian and Deb) make you feel like it is your home as well as theirs, but they do so without being intrusive. The rooms are elegant and spacious and have all the little touches that went towards making us feel relaxed and a little spoiled. The guest lounge room is cosy and bright and breakfast was divine. The location is easy to find and the views are to die for. And the hosts are very helpful with regard to local attractions. I would highly recommend this piece of paradise to any traveller wanting to rest their weary head.

Stayed: August 2009, travelled with friends
1  Thank TravellingTrish47
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Reviewed 7 September 2009

What a beautiful place in stunning surroundings.
Deb welcomed us at the door and showed us to our room which was immaculate with a very comfy bed and lots of added extras to make your stay more comfortable
Excellent breakfast with lots of choice.and cooked fresh to order . (Add smoked salmon with scrambled eggs to the menu and it would be perfect)
Nothing was to much trouble for Deb and Ian and we felt right at home,loved the alpacas and dogs especially puppy Archie.
This has got to be the best BB we have stayed in,we will definatly be back.
Thank you so much - Joanne & Keith-Ripley xx

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank duckyduck
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Reviewed 6 September 2009

We had a wonderful stay at Ewich House. I was travelling with my sister and a friend. We only had time for a one night stay but wished we could have stayed longer. Of all the B&B's we had stayed in during out 2 week road trip through UK/Scottland, our Ewich House hosts Ian and Deb gave us the warmest welcome and made us feel right at home immediately. The rooms (we had a twin and a single room) are beautifully appointed with much attention to detail.

Guests have their own cosy lounge room with open fire (we were there in summer so didn't need this) and loads of dvds to choose from. There is also an extensive wine list to choose from should you feel like a night in by the fire.

I would recommend this lovely B&B to everyone.

Ian, I hope to catch up with you for a beer at the next Adelaide Test!! Email me when you can. :)

Stayed: August 2009, travelled with friends
1  Thank jules1009
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Reviewed 6 September 2009

This was our second stay at Ewich House, but Deb and Ian made it seem like we were regulars. Both of them were very helpful and kind, updating us on all their news, as well as suggesting places to visit and eat during the rest of our journey (The Old Smiddy in Killin was a great dinner recommendation!). The house is wonderful. The rooms are spacious, clean and wonderfully decorated. The entire place has a cozy, comfortable feel from the bedrooms, to the dining room, to the lounge. The grounds are lovely providing beautiful mountain views. The house is aimed toward outdoors folk, and it was wonderful to have a place to dry our boots after a walk in the rain.

Ewich has the best breakfasts of any B&B I've ever stayed in, and I've been in a few. Everything is fresh and cooked to order, really just delicious. Ewich House is a brilliant guest house and we were sad to have only stayed one night. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys great hospitality, a wonderful location, and delicious breakfasts!

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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