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Bru An Tsosa has had many visitors and just recently John Gordon Sinclair stayed with us here is few comments he said about his stay at the Bru An Tsosa

"John Rogers was the wonderful man who introduced me to the wonders of Bru An Tsosa and I want to thank you very much for letting me stay (twice now) in the cottage.
It was well after dark the first time I arrived and I remember waking up the following morning and opening the curtains to reveal that fantastic view of the Lough: Magic! It was November and despite the freezing temperatures The cottage was warm and cosy and sitting in front of the peat fire with a beer in one hand and a book in the other has to be about as close to perfection as it's possible to get. I think it says all there is to say about a place that, when it comes time to pack up and go, you really don't want to leave.
Both trips were truly memorable, very relaxing and great craic. If I haven't overspent the hospitality I would love to come back."

John Gordon Sinclair

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