Stayed in this classic 4 bedroom 3 bath English Tudor bungalow for 2 nights with the family.Driving up the narrow winding road leading up to the house was a bit scary since it was a bit misty and kind of dark on a rainy day. However, the sight of the house and its immaculate gardens drew a lot of oohs and ahhs from our group.
Very old furnishings in the bedrooms and dining room. According to Mr Choong, the friendly housekeeper, most of the furniture dates back to the early 1900s. Very old bathroom and toilets too, the sink, bathtubs and wc are antiques in their own right! One thing i like about the house is the lovely original wood flooring that runs throughout the house. Sure beats musty smelling carpet at some of the highlands' hotels.
Albeit the old furnishings, the interior of the house was clean and the beds did not smell musty. The bathrooms were clean too. The housekeeper, Mr Choong provides meals on request and of course charges are separate from the rental of the bungalow. The scones are to die for! We actually ordered scones for tea on arrival but they were so good, my brother insisted on having some for breakfast on our last morning there. The homemade strawberry jam was lovely too. The roast lamb and reallly 'crackling' pork were also good. The apple crumble was also very good, just the right amount of sweetness. We were very satisfied with the 5 meals catered by Mr Choong and it sure beats eating out when you are in the highlands as a group during the school holidays because getting a parking space in town is so difficult.
Overall, the family was happy staying here and we will return for another stay. A great place to just sit back, relax and enjoy the nice cool fresh air.