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  • Bettina
    19 August 2013

    Warm and friendly landlady! Fantastic breakfast! Cosy bedroom! Had fun with the chickens and cats!


  • Kevin
      United Kingdom
    5 August 2013

    breakfast was fine.

    location was hopeless, too far from anywhere, i felt uncomfortable stuck in a room in someones bungalow.


  • Darryl
      United Kingdom
    22 July 2013

    This is an interesting B&B with a very pleasant hostess and a nice atmosphere. The breakfast was good with fresh eggs laid that morning from the hens in the garden.

    The room we had was small and the en suite shower room was very bijou indeed. Although interesting the decor was cluttered and this left little room for our things. While there was large cupboard, there wasn't much space to have things to hand. The house itself is a rather dull bungalow on the edge of a field and not really near anywhere.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    15 July 2013

    Everything was spotless and the food was excellent. Great attention to detail. It was different from your usual B&B, interesting, charming and the antics of the hens, chickens, ducks, cats and dogs in the back garden were very entertaining.



  • Ed
      United Kingdom
    14 July 2013

    Warm Scottish hospitality. Beautifully decorated and comfortable rooms. Delicious gourmet breakfast. Convenient location.


  • Peter
    13 July 2013

    Twisted Willows was perfect for what we wanted: a one-night stopover on the way to somewhere else - and Carol is aiming at exactly that. Tain is nice enough though hardly a major attraction - but we loved breaking our long, long drive in this immaculate home, and being half-an hour closer to our destination the next day than if we had stayed in Inverness. Carol was warm and welcoming, the room was delightful, the bed comfortable, the decor off-beat and attractive - and breakfast was brillliant. On a week's trip we went to many places (the North Highland Coastal route, Lewis, Harris, Skye) with more to offer than Tain itself - but this brief night and breakfast were still the best of our whole trip! Peter & Geraldine

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  • Joan
      United Kingdom
    4 July 2013

    'Small but perfectly formed', the house and room had lots of interesting and attractive decor and was spotless with really comfy bed and pillows. The owner gave a warm welcome and the breakfast choices were both unusual and extremely delicious.



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