My wife and I live in Pennsylvania and usually come to Scotland for about a month each summer. We have also hosted numerous tours of Scotland and England and I served as a Visiting Fellow at Christ's College, Cambridge, on two occasions. We have had, therefore, some experience with tourist travel in the UK. Most of the time, when we are vacationing on our own, we utilize self-catering facilities and we have done so this time. The Corner House is an excellent facility - spacious, clean, well-equipped, and, although right on the road between Pitlochry and Blair Atholl, wonderfully quiet. Our pone concern is related to the electricity supply in The Corner House. We were told in advance about the fact that we would be allowed 25 pounds sterling worth of electricity but, since there are just two of us and since we thought we had used very little electricity, we were VERY surprised when all of the power went out in the house just four days after we arrived. We called the number we were given for the caretaker but no one answered and we had to call the agency through which we booked the cottage (Click/Book/Stay, Ltd.) They were MOST helpful in diagnosing our problem and in helping us to understand that we had to purchase more electricity. We did so and immediately the power returned. We have tracked the electricity usage carefully since then and it seems to us that something in the house is using electricity far more than we would have ever imagined. In most ways, this is a very minor issue. But we did want to mention it as a concern. Otherwise, our stay has been excellent.