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Cottage • 4 guests • Private Bathroom • Kitchen
Guests will love this holiday rental near the picturesque town of Newton Stewart in Dumfries and Galloway as it is just a short walk from the stunning Rigg Bay. As it's a pet-friendly rental, the four-legged members of the family can come along as well.
On the first floor, there is a bedroom with a double bed. For extra sleeping space, there is a double sofa bed in the living room. There is a full bathroom on the first floor with a combined tub and shower, and on the ground floor, there is a half bathroom as well.
The living room is a cozy space with a wood-burning stove and comfortable seating for four people. Guests will love relaxing in here in front of a film after a long day of excursions and adventures. The fully-equipped kitchen has all the cookware and utensils glampers will need. Furthermore, it has a small dining area with space for four to comfortably sit together.
Outside, the rental has an enclosed garden. Guests can sit out here and enjoy a barbecue on a warm summer’s evening, and it is ideal for the dogs to stretch out along with their owners for a snooze or just enjoying the birdsong. With stunning walks starting from the rental itself, guests can be exploring this wonderful region in no time.
The rental has a washing machine and there is a designated drying area as well. For guests traveling with young children, there is both a travel cot and a highchair, which can be provided by prior request.
For entertainment, there is a television, a DVD player, and there is also complimentary Wi-Fi.
There is a landline telephone installed in pavilion and park cottages.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
- No events
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Garlieston, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
For glampers looking for a holiday filled with outdoor activities, this is the ideal spot. With the Galloway Forest Park being so close to the cottage, guests can opt for a challenging hike up the Merrick or a less strenuous but equally stunning hike around Glentrool. The ancient oakwoods are a sight to behold, especially in the autumn months as the plant life changes into beautiful golden colors. There are also ample opportunities for guests to get out on bikes. Whether on or offroad is their preference, there are few more idyllic spots than in Wigtownshire. It's possible to go for miles without encountering any traffic on the roads, and for the offroader, there are challenging routes over rocks and hills to keep even the more experienced cyclist occupied. Fishing is available in both the nearby lochs and the sea. Guests can try and catch salmon, pike, trout, cod, pollack, gurnard, mackerel, sea bass, and sea trout. It is also a wonderful opportunity for wildlife viewing. There are a couple of nature reserves nearby where guests may see red squirrels, badgers, otters, seals, ospreys, and many other species besides. For those interested in local history, the area has strong ties to Robert the Bruce. Guests shouldn't miss out on the opportunity to visit Bruce's Stone or Cruggleton Castle.
Additionally, guests can enjoy some of the country's finest stargazing in Galloway Forest Park, the UK's first Dark Sky Park, or visit some spectacular ancient monuments such as the stone circles at Drumtroddan and Torehouse or one of the many castles dotted around the region.