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A cosy little cottage ideally suited to accommodate two couples situated in a picture postcard village where history and nature are right outside your door.
A Scottish cottage in a beautiful historic village. Built 1700 this two bedroom cottage has many modern conveniences, it is warm and snug with a wood burning stove plus oil fired central heating. The kitchen has all modern conveniences, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, fan oven, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer etc. Both bedrooms have kingsize double beds. One bedroom is en-suite. There is a workshop / garage attached for bikes and stuff, parking for one car is directly outside. The cottage can be reached by bus from Dumfries where there is a railway station. A new cell phone mast has brought mobile telephone reception to the village! (Summer 2018) It's really close to great beaches and coast plus hills and walking country. The house has a pub less than 30 metres away and a shop too. There are 2 of the wolrd famous 7Stanes mountain bike courses at Dalbeattie and Mabie plus a third one at Ae only another few miles further. The village of New Abbey is home to the 13th Century Sweetheart Abbey, and the water powered corn mill. There is a beautiful walled garden at Shambellie and an award winning tea room. All of these attractions are a vey short walk from the cottage. The house is great for nature lovers and those who want a break in rural Scotland. Guests will have access and exclusive use of the whole house I always try to speak to my guests on arrival and like to answer any questions and give advice for things to see and do. We will not be around during your stay but usually contactable by phone. New Abbey is just a really great little village with everything you need close at hand. It has it's own pub, tea room and shop so you could park the car and never bother driving all week A good local bus service connects New Abbey to Dumfries and from there long distance coach and rail connections for onward travel
It's a picture postcard village, a tearoom, general stores and pub complete the picture
  • Encantadora casa de campo en una excelente ubicación. Cada habitación estaba limpia y bien decorada con todo lo que pueda necesitar para su estadía en New Abbey.

    Rachael2019-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • Gran estancia de dos noches. Lugar cómodo y perfecto para nuestra fiesta familiar ... ¡y el clima fue sublime!

    Gillian2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Port House es una casa absolutamente preciosa! Acabamos de regresar de una estadía de tres noches y disfrutamos cada minuto de nuestro descanso. La casa en sí es linda, acogedora y peculiar; ¡Con todas las comodidades que esperábamos y más! Disfrutamos especialmente tomando un café por la mañana al sol en la sala de lectura y relajándonos junto a la estufa de leña en la noche. Las camas son súper cómodas y todas las habitaciones de la casa de campo se sienten muy acogedoras. Hay una gran variedad de guías y otras lecturas interesantes disponibles y sentimos que cada pequeño detalle ha sido atendido. El área local es impresionante y tomamos viajes a la hermosa playa Powillimount, visitamos el castillo Caerlaverock y caminamos en el bosque Mabie. Los salones de té Abbey Cottage también merecen una visita. En definitiva, una estancia fantástica en un pequeño y hermoso escondite. Definitivamente lo recomendaremos a otros y esperamos volver pronto!

    Elizabeth2019-04-15T00:00:00Z
  • Hermosa casa de época en un pueblo tradicional. La comunicación con el anfitrión fue de primera clase con un mensaje de bienvenida al inicio de nuestra estancia preguntando si había algo que necesitáramos. Excelentes instrucciones sobre cómo trabajar y encontrar cosas. Sin duda me alojaría de nuevo.

    Gregor2019-04-07T00:00:00Z
  • El lugar de Stephen es genial! Nos encantó especialmente la estufa de leña en la sala de estar, lo hizo muy acogedor. Además, el pueblo de New Abbey es muy pintoresco y está a un corto trayecto en coche de los paseos locales de la playa. ¡Espero volver pronto!

    Ellie2019-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulosa ubicación para explorar el área local Hay un hermoso paseo hasta la abadía de Sweetheart a lo largo del camino de herradura que está justo enfrente de la casa.

    Gemma2019-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Nos hemos alojado en Port House varias veces. Es un agujero perfecto para pernos que combina simplicidad y comodidad con espacio para relajarse y una buena señal WiFi. La casa está bellamente amueblada y tiene una cocina bien surtida, toallas limpias, etc. Sin ningún problema. Es un placer estar en un lugar tan encantador. Stephen es un anfitrión atento y siempre responde rápidamente. Definitivamente vamos a estar de vuelta. Gracias de nuevo.

    Emma2019-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulosa ubicación y valor de confort! Excelente comunicación del anfitrión con mucha información sobre la cabaña, la comunidad y cómo funciona todo dentro de la cabaña. Estancia libre de estrés en una casa de época en una hermosa ubicación.

    Glynis2018-12-27T00:00:00Z
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa rural


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    New Abbey, Reino Unido

    A lovely cottage with historical value in the centre of the picture postcard village New Abbey. Nestled amongst the lovely cottages of the village, Rosewall is full of charm. Perfect for a country get away or a romantic break for two. Within a short walking distance of the cottage there is a general store, tea room with gift shop, pub and of course the stunning Sweetheart Abbey. Nearby there are plenty of beaches, walks and wildlife watching to enjoy. There are also golf courses and numerous cycle trails within easy reach. Dumfries is 7 miles away and has many amenities. The cottage itself is very cosy and beautifully decorated. There is one double bedroom, bathroom with bath and shower, living room and a dining kitchen. All modern facilities including washer/dryer, microwave, coffee machine, bluetooth speaker and Wifi. There is a small private garden to the rear which is a lovely place to sit and have your morning coffee if the sun is out. A fantastic location to experience everything the area has to offer and the perfect place to relax. Parking can be on street or at the car park for the Abbey which is a short walk.
    A lovely one bedroom cottage in the heart of New Abbey. Perfect for a country get away or a romantic break for two.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    New Abbey, Reino Unido

    Situated on the edge of Kirkbean village, with the small but mighty Criffel Hill as backdrop, Marrak is a spacious and recently refurbished bungalow perfect for smaller, multi generation family holidays. Located just off the breath-taking Solway Coast, there is plenty to see and do within the local area, meaning you don’t have to travel far for a day’s entertainment.
    Laid out across one level, with 3 separate bedrooms, one en suite, the accommodation is accessible to all age groups and spacious enough that parents and grandparents can take some time whilst the children play at a relaxing and safe distance. The half-acre garden is an ideal space for children to let off some steam but do please note that there is an unfenced pond and stream located within the garden, so smaller children should not be left unsupervised. Accommodation for 6 across one level: Storm vestibule; Halloway; Sitting Room with formal dining area; Kitchen with Breakfast area; Utility Room; Sun Lounge with patio doors; Double Bedroom with en suite Shower Room; 2 Twin Bedrooms; Family Bathroom with corner bath, walk in shower, wash basin, bidet and WC; Single toilet with wash basin and WC
    Travelling westward from the property you will find the Mersehead RSPB Reserve with it’s birdwatching hides and fabulous sandy beach walks and, further still, the picturesque fishing villages of Rockcliffe and Kippford, linked by a not-so-strenuous clifftop walk which offers unparalleled views over Rough Island, and the Solway Coast towards Wigtownshire. Eastwards towards Dumfries, you will find Sweetheart Abbey, founded in 1273 by the grieving widow Lady Dervorgilla of Galloway and Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve, home to a vast array of wetland birds and wildlife, as well as the mighty Caerlaverock Castle, a 13th Century triangular moated castle resembling something out of a fairy tale. Beyond Dumfries is Ellisland Museum and Farm, the idyllic home built by national Bard Robert Burns in 1788 and Mabie Forest and Farm park, a great day out for families with small children. This particular area is an ideal location for active holidaymakers with 7Stanes mountain biking at Kirroughtree, Dalbeattie and Ae Forests, sailing and Kayaking at Loch Ken Activity Centre and some fantastic walks, including Criffel Hill, rising 570 metres. It's also a great location for golfers, with Southerness Championship golf course only a 5 minute drive away, plus courses at Colvend, Dalbeattie, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbright, Gatehouse of Fleet and Dumfries.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Dumfries, Reino Unido

    A bright and refreshing semi-detached cottage set two miles inland from Southerness on Scotland’s Solway Coast, within driving distance of both Dalbeattie and Dumfries. The rejuvenating interior and excellent location make Drumbuie the perfect stay for a relaxed family holiday. The kitchen comes with traditional-style floor tiles and is well-equipped with stylish furnishings. The kitchen also has superb views onto the surrounding countryside.
    • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with new en-suit, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor bunk beds • Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC • Kitchen • Sitting room with dining area and electric fire. • Oil central heating with electric fire • Electric oven and electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, Wi-Fi, selection of books, games and DVDs • Fuel and power Inc. in rent • Bed linen and towels Inc. in rent • Cot, highchair and stairgate on request • Off road parking for 2 cars • Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture • Bike storage • Sorry, no pets and no smoking • Shop 14 miles, pub 1.5 miles • Note: Mobile phone reception can be variable • Note: No stag/hen parties, or similar • Note: Property has sloping ceilings in the first floor bedroom and the stairs are steep and narrow.
    Castle Douglas 19 miles; Dalbeattie 13 miles; Dumfries 16 miles. Southerness is a small coastal village established in the late 18th century, which looks out over the Solway Firth, and forms part of the Colvend coast, one of the finest stretches of coastline on the 'Scottish Riviera'. Home to two pubs, a village store, a leisure centre with a pool and two miles of sandy beaches with sand dunes, rock pools and Gulf Stream warmed waters, and one of the oldest lighthouses in Scotland, built in 1748, it has everything you will need for a relaxing holiday. The nearby Criffel Hill rises to 569m, offers wonderful views of the farmland and the sands of the Nith Estuary below, and provides great walking opportunities. The Southerness Championship Golf Course adjoins the village and offers panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the Cumbrian Lake District to the south and the Galloway Hills to the west. A great location, with something to keep everybody occupied.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa rural


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Kirkbean, Escocia, Reino Unido

    Beautiful self contained apartment in grounds of a private equestrian small holding. Adjacent to the beach near Carsethorn on the Solway Coast, The Old Design Studio is the perfect place to relax & explore the natural beauty & interesting history of Dumfries & Galloway. The award winning Steamboat Inn is 400 metres along the beach. The large bedroom has King & 1 or 2 Singles, the lounge has a large sofa-bed. Includes microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, egg cooker, washing machine NO HOB & OVEN!
    Originally a farm built in the early part of the 19th century, South Carse became the home of designers Mark and Gaynor Ranshaw in 1992. For many years The Studio was used as the space in which to create the covers of thousands of Classical CDs and some of the original award winning paintings from this period adorn the walls, along with a massive classical and nostalgia music collection which guests are welcome to play on the Hi-Fi system. The Studio is warm in the winter (with electric radiators in each room and electric blankets on the King size and one of the Single beds) and the beautiful stone walls in the lounge make it cool in the hot summer months. Access to The Old Design Studio from the driveway is down 2 steps into the kitchenette and on through a lockable doorway to the well appointed lounge. The lounge has a large corner sofa that converts to a kingsize bed, occasional chair, coffee table, large desk/table, 32" TV, DVD Player and Hi-Fi with DAB radio tuner + Bluetooth (allowing guests to access music stored on their own mobile devices). There is a selection of DVDs plus huge collection of (mostly classical) CDs. The large bedroom which is accessed through an archway from the lounge was previously the main design studio and has both overhead and side natural light. It contains a kingsize bed plus either, 1 single bed and an Edwardian chaise longue for relaxing during the day, or an additional single bed by arrangement; plus plenty of drawer & hanging space. There is a digital alarm clock with radio plus a Roberts FM Radio. There is an extensive book collection and board games available for guest use. The newly equipped kitchenette contains a modern "Belfast style" Sink, Worktop, Microwave, Kettle, Toaster, Fridge/Freezer and Automatic Washing Machine. It does NOT have a cooker with hob & oven. There is a plug in multi cooker and electric egg boiler/poacher/omelette maker. There is a square breakfast table with 2 chairs. Guests are welcome to use the lawned gardens. During the summer months there will be a Gazebo with large table and charcoal BBQ for guests use in the gardens. The newly appointed shower room is accessed through folding doors (originally Victorian shutters) from the kitchenette and has shower, wash hand basin & WC. Vodaphone cell phone 4G reception is usually excellent but some other networks can be rather patchy. The Studio has free landline WiFi with speeds normally of 3-7mbps.
    South Carse is the perfect location for those who enjoy birdwatching, walking, mountain biking, horse riding and golf (Southerness Championship Links course is a 10 minute drive away). The surrounding scenery is inspiring for artists. South Carse was originally a farm on the Arbigland Estate - film setting for the Oscar nominated film "The Wife" starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce. It is Close to three of the Seven Stanes Mountain Biking routes (Dalbeattie, Mabie & Ae Forests) The food town of Castle Douglas is a 35 minute drive away and the "artist" town of Kircudbright is a little further along the coast. There are lovely walks along the coast and pretty coastal villages to explore nearby such as Sandyhills and Rockcliffe, plus the popular sailing village of Kippford. The Award Winning Farm shop at Loch Arthur is nearby and the delightful village of New Abbey the setting for Sweet Heart Abbey is 15 minutes down the road. Slightly further afield is the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle, and there are incredible gardens at Threave, Logan Botanical Gardens and Castle Kennedy. A drive to the booktown of Wigtown (renowned for its Book Festival and unique book shops) is a fabulous day out along the coast. Notes on Carsethorn (400 metres along the beach from South Carse) During the 18th and early 19th centuries, this small, tranquil coastal village was a busy port with regular sailings to Liverpool, The Isle of Man and Ireland. Some 21,000 emigrants left Scotland from here for a better life in the New World . But the arrival of the railway in Dumfries in 1850, along with the cost of the many improvements needed to navigate the channel, led to a gradual decline in seaborne trade and, by the early 1900s, there was very little left. Today, Carsethorn is a pretty village consisting of a line of cottages facing out across The Solway Firth. Almost certainly the biggest attraction in the village is The Steamboat Inn - a popular local hostelry with both residents and visitors alike, serving lunches, dinners, fine ales and spirits seven days a week, all year round. The local beaches and the bird-rich merse where millions of seabirds live or over-winter are part of the rich natural heritage of the parish. Visitors to the National Nature Reserve on the far side of the Nith come round by the coachload to watch birds on the Carsethorn foreshore, before continuing to the nature reserves at Southwick and Mersehead. And whilst the original pier is no more, the beach is frequently visited by pleasure boats and yachts, some of which anchor in the mouth of the burn north of the old pier.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa de invitados


    Capacidad

    5


    Dormitorios

    1

    Kirkbean, Escocia, Reino Unido

    The perfect family destination, RSPB Mersehead has a stunning beach and sand dunes just a short walk from the cottage; perfect for building sand castles and driftwood lodges. In the large farmhouse garden, there is a playground with swings, slide, mud kitchen and badger tunnels providing hours of fun. Voted Countryfile UK holiday destination of the year 2016
    Shelduck Cottage is a cosy semi detached cottage on the RSPB Mersehead reserve so you really do have wildlife on the doorstep. The accommodation comfortably sleeps four and the wood stove in the sitting room is a perfect place to unwind and relax after a day's adventuring. Let weekly Saturday - Saturday. Short breaks are accepted between May end of August if booked within 6 weeks of arrival Accommodation for 4 on one floor: Lounge/dining room; kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath; one double bedroom; one twin bedroom. Services: * Electric heating (cost included) *Multi Fuel stove with fuel provided * Bed Linen and Towels included * Electric cooker & Microwave * Washing machine * Fridge/Freezer * TV with DVD * Highchair and cot available on request * Enclosed garden with furniture * Parking * No Smoking * Dogs: Maximum 2 well behaved dogs with own bedding, not to be left on their own or allowed on furniture or beds. Additional accommodation is available next door in Barnacle
    Voted Country Files UK holiday destination of the year 2016, Dumfries & Galloway has so much to offer from stunning stretches of coastline, rolling hills, imposing castles and tranquil forests including the UKs first designated Dark Sky Park. Discover the breath-taking scenery, wildlife, cultural and history of Scotland whilst staying in a cosy semi-detached cottage located in the heart of RSPB Mersehead Nature Reserve, a Visit Scotland 4-star wildlife experience. Located on the scenic northern shore of the Solway Estuary, the large skies and seascapes give a feeling of escape. RSPB Mersehead is an extensive wetland nature reserve internationally important for the population of wintering Svalbard Barnacle geese and wintering wildfowl. An impressive starling murmuration may be seen in the winter from the cottage garden. In the spring, the evening air is alive with sound of displaying Lapwing and the distinctive chorus the UK's rarest amphibian, the Natterjack Toad. Tree sparrow and Yellowhammer come to feed from the cottage bird table. Watch for hunting Peregrines, Merlins, and Hen Harriers overhead. All our guests enjoy free or discounted entry to all events at RSPB Mersehead. A haven for wildlife, away from Mersehead there are an additional four RSPB reserves to discover; Ken-Dee Marshes, Wood of Cree, Crook of Baldoon and at Scotland’s most southerly point, the Mull of Galloway. WWT Caerlaverock can be found just the other side of Dumfries and there are a number of Scottish Wildlife Trust and Local Nature Reserves to explore. More information about RSPB Mersehead Nature Reserve can be found at: https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/mersehead/ The perfect family destination, RSPB Mersehead has a stunning beach and sand dunes just a short walk from the cottage; perfect for building sand castles and driftwood lodges. In the large farmhouse garden, there is a playground with swings, slide, mud kitchen and badger tunnels providing hours of fun. There are great rock pooling adventures to be found at nearby Rockcliffe or try crabbing from the quay at Kippford. In addition to the wonders of nature, a vast array of attractions will keep young families entertained for hours such as the Dino Park, Cream O Galloway, Mabie Farm Park and the Chocolate Factory. The Camera Obscura, installed in 1836, is on the top floor of the old windmill tower where you can see a fascinating panoramic view of Dumfries and the surrounding countryside. A wide moat, twin-towered gatehouse and lofty battlements make Caerlaverock Castle a medieval stronghold. Learn all about its turbulent history as a castle caught up in border conflicts. Unravel the tale of devotion behind Sweetheart Abbey evocative name. Follow in the footsteps of Robbie Burns as you trace the banks of the River Nith from the heart of Dumfries don't forget to visit Moat Brae where Peter Pan began. On a wet day, there is plenty of opportunity to explore indoors. Discover the remarkable story of HM Factory Gretna and the Solway Military Coast at The Devils Porridge Museum. Visit the home of runaway weddings at Gretna Green, now a 5-star visitor destination or explore the Aviation Museum. For those looking for a fast paced action holiday, RSPB Mersehead is located just a short drive from two Forestry Commission 7-stanes mountain bike trails at Mabie Forest and Dalbeattie Forest. A little further afield are the trails in the Galloway Forest Park and the Ae Forest. The Galloway Activity Centre is situated on the banks of the stunning Loch Ken whilst at Laggan Outdoor you will find one of Europe’s longest Zip wires. A challenging links course, Southerness Golf Course is a Scottish Golf Championship Venue whilst Colvend Golf Course offers a parkland experience with amazing views from the high cliffs.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Sandyhills, Reino Unido

    The Old Church Hall is a converted church hall, sleeping 6 in the hamlet of Kirkbean, Dumfries and Galloway, southwest Scotland. A beautiful area of hills, coast and wildlife, far away from the madding crowd but not too far off the beaten track. On the A710 it is conveniently situated on the Solway Coast Heritage Trail, and is an ideal location from which to explore this historic region of south west Scotland and enjoy many outdoor pursuits including golf, mountain biking and walking.
    *Ground Floor Facilities *3 bedrooms, (1 King with ensuite, 1 Double, 1 Twin) *Open plan kitchen and living area *Dishwasher *Washing Machine * Highchair & Cot available on request *Wifi *Garden / PatioGarden *Free Pets *Car Parking *Horse Riding Nearby *Fishing *Coastal Property (1 mile) Towels and bedding suppled There are no stairs and is wheelchair friendly. The double shower in the ensuite is easily accessible. We take up to 2 well behaved dogs. There is a gated patio area, enough parking for up to 4 cars and a grassy bank.
    The coastal village of Carsethorn is 1 mile away with an award winning eatery pub that is dog friendly. Golf courses in this area have an excellent reputation with the most prestigious being at Southerness
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa rural


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Dumfries and Galloway, Escocia, Reino Unido

    Curlew Lodge is named after the curlews that frequent the foreshore and the field in front of the chalets from autumn to early spring. It is slightly set apart from two other lodges - on the right as you look at them - with an orchard of fruit trees around it. This lodge has two bedrooms, one double and one twin.
    Features of our The Curlew Lodge family holiday accommodation include: Broadband Wi-Fi (pay-as-u-go) so that you can stay in touch on holiday, 2 bedrooms with very comfortable beds with hotel grade mattresses. Open plan living room with kitchen, sitting/dining room and log burning stove Shower room, basin & toilet. Covered deck with garden furniture & barbecue. Disabled access. And the "essentials": Tv, dvd, books & games. Electric cooker, family sized fridge-freezer, microwave, washing machine & dishwasher. Gas fired central heating (allowance of 7 hours heating) Bedlinen and towels
    "The Steamboat" pub in Carsethorn is a 5 minute walk along the beach. It does really good food and is dog friendly. You can also sit out on the water's edge. The Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking (minutes from two of the 7 Stanes) Birdwatching (Mersehead 15 mins away) Golf (Southerness Championship Golf Course 10mins away) or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The chalets are also close to the equestrian establishment of South Carse. You can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard there so that you can enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. If it's rows of identical cabins, discotheques and amusement arcades you want then look elsewhere! If you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you.
  • El albergue se encuentra en una ubicación fantástica para paseos, paisajes y niños que aman la playa. Fuimos cuando el clima era terrible, pero una vez dentro del hotel es muy acogedor. Definitivamente usaría de nuevo si estuviera en esa área otra vez.

    Chris2019-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Cómodo, limpio, cálido y muy relajante. En un entorno maravilloso, ideal para pasear y para perros

    Pauline Elizabeth2019-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Chalet


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Reino Unido

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    Curlew lodge is one of three set only 20 yards from the super beach on the edge of the Nith Estuary; the estuary is home to thousands of wintering geese which are fascinating to see, if you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you.
    Curlew lodge is one of three set on Arbigland Estate and only 20 yards from the super beach on the edge of the Nith Estuary; the estuary is home to 10's of thousands of wintering geese which are fascinating to see, if you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you. The open plan layout of the lodge provides spacious accommodation for 4 and is equipped with all you need to make for an enjoyable holiday. Whilst in a quiet and peaceful location the lodge is still within easy reach of places to eat out and explore, "The Steamboat" pub at Carsethorn is just a short walk along the beach and rewards you after your stroll with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks are accepted throughout the year but are only bookable if within 2 weeks of arrival during High & Peak periods Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner and French doors to deck; Double Bedroom; Twin Bedroom; Bathroom; Shower room Services: Gas central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs provided * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven and Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Parking * Bicycle Storage * Private Decking area * Shared Garden * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week.
    Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Cabaña en la naturaleza


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    Powillimount Cottage is an idyllic traditional Galloway cottage surrounded by cornfields and only a 5 minute walk from a fabulous beach. Peace and quiet is assured with it's secluded location which boasts superb sea views over the Solway Firth to the Lake District hills, the Isle of Man, along the Colvend Coast to Southerness lighthouse and the Portling cliffs, there are also inland views to the areas outstanding land mark Criffel and the Waterloo Memorial at New Abbey. These latter two make good walks and there are also walks can be had from the back door over the Estate and not to me missed down onto Powillimount beach just 500 metres away. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach and leads you on to the village of Carsethorn with the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. Local history in on the door step with the cottage that John Paul Jones, famous for being the founder of the American Navy was born on the Estate and now open as a museum to him, the Museum makes for an interesting visit. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years. POSTCODE: DG2 8BQ Damage Deposit £150 Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks may be possible please contact us with your requirements Accommodation for 6 on two floors; Ground Floor: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner; King size Bedroom; Bathroom;Shower room First Floor: 2 Twin Bedrooms; note steep stairway Services: Central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Enclosed Garden * Bicycle Storage * Car parking for 2 cars * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week. To view other properties on Arbigland Estate Click here
    Powillimount Cottage is an idyllic traditional Galloway cottage surrounded by cornfields and only a 5 minute walk from a fabulous beach. Peace and quiet is assured with it's secluded location which boasts superb sea views over the Solway Firth to the Lake District hills, the Isle of Man, along the Colvend Coast to Southerness lighthouse and the Portling cliffs, there are also inland views to the areas outstanding land mark Criffel and the Waterloo Memorial at New Abbey. These latter two make good walks and there are also walks can be had from the back door over the Estate and not to me missed down onto Powillimount beach just 500 metres away. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach and leads you on to the village of Carsethorn with the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. Local history in on the door step with the cottage that John Paul Jones, famous for being the founder of the American Navy was born on the Estate and now open as a museum to him, the Museum makes for an interesting visit. Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks may be possible please contact us with your requirements Accommodation for 6 on two floors; Ground Floor: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner; King size Bedroom; Bathroom;Shower room First Floor: 2 Twin Bedrooms; note steep stairway Services: Central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Enclosed Garden * Bicycle Storage * Car parking for 2 cars * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week.
    Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. Local history in on the door step with the cottage that John Paul Jones, famous for being the founder of the American Navy was born on the Estate and now open as a museum to him, the Museum makes for an interesting visit. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    Little Dunbar is a traditional estate worker's butt'n'ben cottage on the outside but has been beautifully restored for 21st century living on the inside to provide comfortable holiday accommodation for 4 people. Set in peaceful location with adjoining woodland, which is carpeted with snowdrops in winter and bluebells and primroses in spring. You will also have the chance to see the local red squirrels and the tuneful ensemble of birdlife whose home is in the woods. There are sea views from the living room and one bedroom over the fields to the Solway Firth, both also enjoy views of the lake district hills on the south side of the Solway Firth, it is only a short walk to the sandy beach at Powillimount The cottage dates back to the mid 1700s and was probably being lived in at the time of John Paul Jones, who was born nearby and is famous for being the founder of the American Navy. The Paul Jones Museum which has been set up in his cottage makes for an interesting visit. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach will lead you to the village of Carsethorn and the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spotlit for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years. POSTCODE: DG2 8BQ Damage Deposit £150 Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks are accepted throughout the year but are only bookable if within 2 weeks of arrival during High & Peak periods Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner; Double Bedroom with ensuite Bathroom; Twin Bedroom with en suite Shower room Services: Central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Enclosed Garden * Bicycle Storage * Car parking for 2 cars * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week. To view other properties on Arbigland Estate Click here
    The cottage dates back to the mid 1700s and was probably being lived in at the time of John Paul Jones, who was born nearby and is famous for being the founder of the American Navy. The Paul Jones Museum which has been set up in his cottage makes for an interesting visit. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach will lead you to the village of Carsethorn and the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spotlit for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years. POSTCODE: DG2 8BQ Damage Deposit £150 Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks are accepted throughout the year but are only bookable if within 2 weeks of arrival during High & Peak periods Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner; Double Bedroom with ensuite Bathroom; Twin Bedroom with en suite Shower room Services: Central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Enclosed Garden * Bicycle Storage * Car parking for 2 cars * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week. To view other properties on Arbigland Estate Click here
    The cottage dates back to the mid 1700s and was probably being lived in at the time of John Paul Jones, who was born nearby and is famous for being the founder of the American Navy. The Paul Jones Museum which has been set up in his cottage makes for an interesting visit. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach will lead you to the village of Carsethorn and the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spotlit for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    This detached beachfront holiday cottage is set in an unrivalled position on a private beach at the heart of the beautiful Arbigland Estate. Shore Cottage accommodation includes 3 bedrooms, a living room with electric ‘wood burner’, a fitted kitchen and large dining-room with wooden floor. The holiday cottage enjoys magnificent views across the Solway to the Lake District Mountains, and is centrally located for exploring the unspoilt beauty and history of Dumfries and Galloway.
    Features of Shore holiday cottage: Detached property. One double and two twin-bedded rooms. There are two bathroom / W.C.s, one of which has a shower. Electricity and unlimited Central Heating fuelled by our environmentally friendly biomass boiler Electric ‘wood burner’ . Parking available for up to 3 cars Wi-Fi available in the cottage. Duvets with linen and towels included. Fully fitted kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Television, DVD player. Washing machine. Small garden and patio with furniture. Easy walking access. (Pub 30 mins walk) Shop 6 miles. Non-smokers only. Pets welcome .
    The Arbigland Estate is a haven for wildlife in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Nith Estuary National Scenic Area. It is the ideal base for mountain biking (minutes from two of the 7 Stanes) Birdwatching (Mersehead 15 mins away) Golf (Southerness Championship Golf Course 10mins away) or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. There are excellent walks from the door. "The Steamboat" pub in Carsethorn is a 5 minute walk along the beach. It does really good food and is dog friendly. You can also sit out on the water's edge.
  • Hermosa, amigable y maravillosa ubicación. Idealico

    Nicole2019-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Esta es una propiedad increíble con vistas increíbles. Se encuentra justo en la playa en una zona aislada. Maravillosos paseos por la playa llena de fósiles. Si te gusta la historia, hay mucho que explorar, incluido el lugar de nacimiento de John Paul Jones (uno de los fundadores de la Marina de los EE. UU.) Que se encuentra justo al final del camino. La colección de libros en la casa no se debe pasar por alto. Soy originario de PA USA y crecí explorando los campos de batalla de la Guerra Civil Americana. Para mi sorpresa, fue un juego de dos volúmenes en uno de mis personajes favoritos, Stonewall Jackson. La casa es un gran lugar para relajarse, leer, explorar la playa y relajarse. El Steamboat Inn está cerca y ofrece excelente comida en un ambiente de pub. Asegúrese de detenerse para comprar comestibles antes de llegar, ya que la tienda más cercana está un poco lejos.

    Nikol2019-02-12T00:00:00Z
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Reino Unido

    Sunny bedroom in a relaxed and friendly home. The room can sleep up to 3 people in a double bed and a single. The house, a converted barn built in the 1840s, is set in a lovely garden in a hamlet, one mile from the sea. Buses from Dumfries to Dalbeattie stop within 100m. Within 25 miles you will find bird reserves, many varied walks, interesting towns, good places to eat. Breakfasts are either vegetarian or vegan. We can provide evening meals if requested in advance (paid on arrival).
    The main thing people enjoy here is the feeling of spaciousness and peace, and being able to spend time in the beautiful garden.
    We live in a small village on the beautiful coastal route between Dumfries and Stranraer. The house is set back from the road in a beautiful garden, with nature trees. It is peaceful enough for us to run retreats here. There are a few houses in the village and we are a 20 minute walk from the pretty village of Carsethorn, which is on a sandy shore. The village is famous for its award-winning pub which serves very good evening meals and has outside tables looking across the water. Perfect on a summer's evening!
  • Sarah y Lucas son anfitriones con una gran humanidad y psicología, tuvimos unas excelentes charlas en el desayuno y la habitación tiene una luz soleada, era muy cómoda.

    Eric2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • Preciosa casa en una zona preciosa del suroeste. Sarah y Lucas son muy acogedores y preparan un desayuno delicioso. También muy cerca de The Steamboat Inn, que vale la pena visitar para cenar.

    Ed2019-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Esta es una excelente ubicación si busca paz y tranquilidad en un bello entorno. Sarah y Lukas fueron muy amables, fáciles de hablar, e hicieron que mi hijo y yo nos sintiéramos muy bienvenidos durante nuestra estancia. Me encantaría visitar aquí nuevamente en el futuro.

    James2019-08-08T00:00:00Z
  • Súper buenos anfitriones, el sencillo en tu agradable registro hogareño. Un muy buen comienzo para nuestro viaje de ida y vuelta en Escocia.

    Wilfried2019-07-23T00:00:00Z
  • Nuestra estancia en "The Barn" fue una experiencia maravillosa para nosotros, una pintoresca y acogedora casa de campo en un hermoso campo con Sarah y Lucas siendo extremadamente atentos y encantadores anfitriones que nos sirvieron el mejor desayuno en toda Escocia. Gracias

    Sabrina2019-06-03T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bed and breakfast


    Capacidad

    3


    Dormitorios

    1

    Kirkbean, Escocia, Reino Unido

    Little Dunbar is a traditional estate worker's butt'n'ben cottage on the outside but has been beautifully restored for 21st century living on the inside to provide comfortable holiday accommodation for 4 people. The cottage sits in a clearing in a belt of mixed woodland, which is carpeted with snowdrops in winter and bluebells and primroses in spring. It is also home to red squirrels and a tuneful ensemble of birdlife. Little Dunbar Cottage dates back to the mid 700s and was probably being lived in at the time of John Paul Jones, who was born nearby. Little Dunbar has sea views to the South from the living room and one bedroom and the sea is only 2 fields away. The cottage is very photogenic and was turned into a filmset for one of the films we have had shot on the estate! Little Dunbar sits halfway down a private estate road - the West Avenue leading from Arbigland House to the lane running down to the sea at Powillimount. There is off road parking for 2 cars.
    Little Dunbar is a comfortable cottage with two double/twin suites, each with its own bathroom/shower room and lavatory, all on the ground floor. There is a large open plan living area with a woodburning stove (first basket of logs provided) and the original pine floor. As you would expect it has every mod con and the price of let includes heating, electricity and bed linen (incl towels). Broadband Wi-Fi so that you can stay in touch on holiday, Dog friendly with an enclosed garden 2 double bedrooms (1 dbl, 1 twin) 1 bathroom ensuite, 1 shower room ensuite an open plan living room/kitchen/dining area with a log burning stove (initial supply of logs included) a well equipped kitchen with electric stove, family sized fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave etc. Good mobile reception. bedlinen and towels oil fired central heating (7 hours per day included ) tv/dvd, books, puzzles & games outside lockable bike shed with barbecue and garden furniture (BYO padlock if required). Good walks can be had from the door, especially down onto Powillimount beach just 500 metres away.
    The Arbigland Estate is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Nioth estuary National Scenic Area. It is the ideal base for mountain biking (minutes from two of the 7 Stanes) Birdwatching (Mersehead 15 mins away) Golf (Southerness Championship Golf Course 10mins away) or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. There are excellent walks from the door.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Reino Unido

    a lovely new bungalow in the seaside village of Southerness in Southern Scotland. The bungalow in very close to the beach of Southerness which is ideal for dog walking and exploring the coastline and is situated on Sandy Lane which is on the edge of Parkdean Caravan Park. The bungalow is newly built with new furnishings throughout 3 bedrooms which can comfortably accommodate 7 people, it has an open plan living room/kitchen and a private garden with a driveway.
    The bungalow is for private hire so there will only be you.
    There is a pub/restaurant 10 mins walk away in Southerness village 'John Paul Jones' and a lovely pub restaurant in Carsethorn 'The Steamboat' which has a beautiful beer garden and is lovely on a sunny day. There a numerous Mountain Biking trails in the area including Mabie Forrest which also has Farm Park for the children. There is a lovely sandy beach at Sandyhills which is lovely to spend the day at, it also has a cafe and picnic area. Dumfries town is approximately 9 miles away.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bungalow


    Capacidad

    7


    Dormitorios

    3

    Southerness, Escocia, Reino Unido

    Kouloura is a 5 minute walk from the beach down Sandy Lane. Kouloura is a large, detached, well-presented cottage with its own extensive, enclosed garden. This Southerness cottage boasts two conservatories, in which you can relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. A double bedroom in this Southerness cottage is complemented by a second family bedroom with two sets of bunks.
    Electric heating with open fire in sitting room Electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV, DVD, books/games/DVDs Fuel, power and coal for open fire inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot and highchair on request Off road parking for up to 3 cars Enclosed lawned garden surrounding the property with garden furniture and children's play house Two well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking .Note 3 pubs in village - one closes in winter, one open all the time, one with restricted hours in winter Note: A bar open all winter for food and drink
    Southerness is a wide, sandy beach, with some rocky areas. It covers the areas either side of Southerness Point, within the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is a perfect beach for walking, with dogs allowed all year round and the sands rolling on for many miles. At low tide mud flats are exposed as well as some interesting rockpools. In addition to exploring the fascinating and beautiful coast, from this Southerness cottage you can venture inland to walk and cycle in the Galloway Hills and their forests, with both Dalbeattie Forest and Mabie Forest a short distance away. Why not spend some time at the RSPB Mersehead Nature Reserve or the Barend Riding Centre, both close to this Southerness cottage. Visit Loch Arthur farm shop for locally prepared and sourced produce or for lunch or afternoon tea and cake. With plenty of golf and fishing nearby, this Southerness cottage offers the perfect place to explore, be active or simply relax and enjoy the coastal atmosphere. Access to Southerness Village Leisure Centre with its large swimming pool. There are 3 bars and restaurants within 5 min walk from Kouloura and two local shops for everyday provisions as well as a local Fish and Chips shop.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bungalow


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries, Reino Unido

    Tastefully refurbished bungalow providing everything you need for a comfortable stay by the sea. The kitchen is fully equipped for all your culinary requirements. The living area provides a comfortable seating area & separate dining space. Both bedrooms are equipped with TVs. Only yards from the beach, the house boasts stunning sea views. The area is great for bird watching, walking, cycling, golfing or just relaxing. The fully enclosed garden has decking areas for sitting or sunbathing.
    The property is situated near the sea front but still within easy access of amenities.
    Southerness is a pretty little coastal village situated approx. 12 miles south of Dumfries. there are 3 bars, 2 cafes, a fish & chip shop, a mini market & supermarket all within easy walking distance of the property. There are some other lovely little towns & villages to visit including New Abbey, Dalbeattie, Sandyhills & Castle Douglas.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bungalow


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries and Galloway, Escocia, Reino Unido

    Grade C listed cottage, in a cobbled square within a conservation village set in a national scenic area. numerous historical sites, country pub,shop, café, links golf course, m/biking,walking,beaches all on your door step. 5 star tripadvisor reviews.STRICTLY NO PETS AND NO SMOKING IN THE COTTAGE.
    New Abbey village is a historic village, located within a conservation area, within a national and regional scenic area. The Village won, best small village in Scotland 2012. It is truly a fantastic place to stay.The cottage it's self is located in the heart of the village in the picturesque cobbled square. The cottage is a grade c listed building and was totally restored in 2013/14. The house has been finished to a high standard, with a new kitchen, wet room, central heating, open fire and tasteful decoration throughout. The cottage has a main hall that leads to a double bedroom, single bedroom, wet room, kitchen/dinner and living room combined. Ideal for familys and couples. Parking is provided within the square in front of the cottage.Externally there is a brick built storage shed with a robust secure door.The washing machine, tumble dryer and associated drying area is also provided within the outbuildings. The garden to the property is not behind the cottage, it lies down a short path to the side of the property, it is lovely and private and has the historic sweetheart abbey wall running along the eastern boundary of the garden, which it is southerly facing. The patio and associated furniture are located in the bottom corner of the garden to take full advantage of the shelter provided by the walls and capture the sun at the same time.There is a quiet country pub and a shop within the square, together with an award winning cafe just 300metres from the cottage, perfect for those who don't want to cook. The village shop is well stocked and you are able to get everything you need, including a nice bottle of wine.There are numerous walks that start from the square, ranging from gentle walks around woodlands and along the estuary, to the more demanding walks up to waterloo monument and Criffel, a hump-backed hill that at 1871 feet above sea level, it is the highest for miles around. Mabie forest walks and mountain bike tracks (one of the seven stanes) are within cycling distance of the cottage.New abbey really is a beautiful village, the famous corn-mill within the village is the main view from the living room of the cottage. On the edge of the village is the intriguing Sweetheart Abbey, the ruined Sweetheart Abbey, founded by Lady Devorgilla in 1273 to commemorate the death of her husband John Balliol. On her death she was laid next to her husband's embalmed heart and the monks named the abbey in memory of her. Also within the village is a doctors surgery, small play park, football pitch, antique shop, Shambellie walled garden and associated walks as displayed in our photo gallery.The village is on a main bus route, ideal for catching a bus to go for a night out in Dumfries. Little Italy, Casa Mia, Hullabaloo, and Cavens are excellent places to eat.There is also an award winning links golf course and beach located at Southerness, which is approximately 7 miles from the cottage. The coast is approximately 3 miles from the cottage and is peppered with beautiful beaches, some are stoney others have miles of golden sand. Best Sandy Beach is called Sandyhills approx 9 miles from the cottage.This cottage is ideally situated for couples, families, groups of mountain bikers, walkers, bird watchers, golfers and beach lovers.Once you arrive in New Abbey, you really would not need to get back into your car, until you are ready to go home again.We are a family run business and have very high standards, please read our reviews for our established holiday property, listed as Burnbrae Mill. I have added post codes to the information pack to help you find your way around, if you have a sat nav, we have also put some maps and walking guides in the house to make life easier.Linen, towels, oil central heating, electric, washing up clothes, dish washer tablets etc.Coal and kindles for the fire can be purchased from the shop.If requested a cot and high chair can be provided free of charge, bedding for the cot must be provided by the guests. No Smoking is permitted within the cottage.
    Beautiful cosy cottage, refurbished in 2014, located in a conservation village in a national scenic area, there are an abundance of local amenities, country pub, great village shop, fantastic walks, free WIFI, m/biking, golf, bird watching,beaches and horse riding.
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    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa rural


    Capacidad

    3


    Dormitorios

    2

    New Abbey, Reino Unido

    Powillimount Cottage is a three bedroom, traditional stone built Galloway cottage that has been renovated for 21st century comfort. It is surrounded by cornfields and situated 5 minute walk from a fabulous beach. It is quiet and secluded. The Cottage has idyllic views of the sea, Southerness Lighthouse and the Lake District Mountains to the front and Criffel, Galloway's finest mountain behind. Powillimount Cottage is the ideal base for many activities from mountain biking (15 mins from two of the 7 Stanes) to Birdwatching (10 mins from Mersehead), or Golf (Southerness Championship Golf course is 10 mins away).
    Powillimount is a comfortable cottage with one (king size) double and one twin bedroom upstairs and a single bedroom with a regular sized double bed and ensuite bathroom downstairs, along with a further shower room and lavatory. There is a large open plan living area with a woodburning stove and door leading out to the garden where you can enjoy a BBQ watching the sun set behind Criffel. As you would expect it has every mod con and includes bed linen, oil central heating (7 hours ), electricity etc. The cottage is semi-detached but you would not know it when you are in the cottage or the garden; the walls are very thick! The other end is occupied by one estate pensioner. (from 20 Aug 16) Broadband Wi-Fi so that you can stay in touch on holiday, A large dog friendly enclosed garden, 3 bedrooms with hotel grade beds: one bedroom (double) downstairs; the other 2 (twin bedrooms) up a fairly steep staircase 1 bathroom (downstairs), 1 shower room (downstairs), an open plan living room/kitchen/dining area with a log burning stove a well equipped kitchen with electric stove, family sized fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave etc. bedlinen and towels tv/dvd, books & games garden furniture & barbecue Double glazing and oil fired central heating (7 hours) - cosy for winter lets! Off road parking Powillimount beach is a 300m walk This magical area has been the inspiration for many artists so come and be inspired or just come to collapse, relax and enjoy!
    The Arbigland Estate is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Nith Estuary National Scenic Area. It is a haven for wildlife. It is the ideal base for mountain biking (minutes from two of the 7 Stanes) Birdwatching (Mersehead 15 mins away) Golf (Southerness Championship Golf Course 10mins away) or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. You can enjoys walks from the door, especially along the beach.
  • acogedora casa de campo, muy cómodo le todos los servicios necesarios. Excelente ubicación a pocos pasos de la playa. Excelentes vistas sobre el Solway Firth y del faro cercano.

    Joanne2016-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • pequeña casa perfecta, todo lo que necesita, paseos muy muy tranquilo

    Jane2015-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    5


    Dormitorios

    3

    Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Reino Unido

    Superbly located modern bungalow. Spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bathrooms only a 2 minute walk from the beach. With a warm feeling from the moment you walk through the door, ideal for families or couples. Situated in the popular coastal village of Southerness and with some of the most stunning coastal views. Beach 150 yards, Shop 100 yards, pub and restaurants 150 yards.
    Bungalow, Enclosed Garden, Perfect for families with pets, WIFI, Bike store, Sea View, Washing Machine, Dish washer, Golf nearby, secure parking for 4 cars with gates on property.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bungalow


    Capacidad

    8


    Dormitorios

    4

    Dumfries, Reino Unido

    This is a private caravan situated in the rear garden of our house with its own access and private parking with adjoining luxurious Hot Tub. Lovely views from the living room of open countryside. It has a kitchen with fridge, gas cooker, microwave, toaster and kettle, TV with DVD player,2 bedrooms and shower room. Free Wi-Fi .
    It is a private getaway only 50 metres from the beach in a quiet village. Guests can have access to the wonderful summerhouse in the garden looking onto the beach with incredible views. There is a really good pub in the village that serves delicious food.
    Carsethorn is a quiet seaside village in a unique location with views of both the Scottish and English coastlines.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Suite con entrada independiente


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries, Reino Unido

    Located on the owners small working farm this cottage offers a peaceful rural retreat or ideal touring base for exploring Dumfries & Galloway. The cottage beneifts from under floor heating, wood burning stove, enclosed garden, picnic table and shed.
    The cottage has two double bedroom each with their own ensuite bathroom. One bedroom is laid out with a kingsize bed, the other has a zip and link bed therefore can be made into a kingsize bed or two single beds. All bed linen is provided and beds are made up for you. All towels are provided. The living room has a wood burning stove. The first basket of wood is free, thereafter can be purchased at £5 per basket. The cottage also has Sky TV and free unlimited Wifi. There is a fully fitted kitchen complete with fridge, cooker, dishwasher and washing machine. There is no tumble dryer however there is an electric clothes airer. The cottage has underfloor heating throughout and at no extra cost. The cottage has a large enclosed garden with patio area complete with picnic table. There is also a shed for bikes. In the shed there is also a BBQ and swingball for you to use. The cottage is located near the owners house and on a small working farm. You are welcome to come and meet the animals we have if it is of interest to you. We will provide you with a welcome basket on arrival which has a few things to get you started on your holiday.
    We are in a lovely quiet area of Dumfries and Galloway close to the Solway Coast with the numerous beaches for you to explore. We are only 6 miles from Dalbeattie which has Dalbeattie Forest - one of the 7 stane mountain bike trails. The Red Kite feeding station is open daily from 2 pm just outside Castle Douglas which is an amazing sight. Mersehead Nature Reserve is just down the road where you can explore all they have to offer. We have an array of local tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. Or if you fancy a quiet night in you can sit and relax in front of the wood burner enjoying the view across the open countryside and all the visiting birds to your garden.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries and Galloway, Reino Unido

    Alojamiento entero2 camas
    Rose Cottage
    Precio:62€/noche
    39 evaluaciones
    Superhost
    A fabulous place to spend a family holiday with a large sandy beach 150 yards away and stunning views over the Solway Firth.. Ground Floor: Step to entrance. All on the ground floor. Living/dining room: With electric coal-effect fire, 44" Freeview TV, DVD player and tiled floor. Kitchen/utility area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Study. Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail. Bedroom 2: With twin beds and en-suite wet room with shower, toilet and heated towel rail. Bedroom 3: With double bed. Bedroom 4: With double bed. Bathroom: With corner bath, shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail. Maximum occupancy 6 guests.. Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Welcome pack. . Enclosed courtyard with sitting-out area and garden furniture. Bike store. Private parking for 5 cars. No smoking. Please note: The sea is 150 yards away.. Superbly located and within a stones throw from the beach, Sherauchie is a contemporary stylish bungalow which has been beautifully decorated throughout and is ideal for families. The house is spacious, warm and inviting with a large living room with picture windows, a well equipped kitchen and four double bedrooms, two with en-suite. Ideal for the whole family to get away to. The bungalow is situated in the popular coastal village of Southerness and has undoubtedly some of the most outstanding views of the Solway Firth to the English Lake District. Explore the beach and the striking white landmark of the lighthouse, built in 1749, or challenge yourself on the championship golf course, both only a short stroll from Sherauchie. Further afield the area has something to offer everyone from walking, sailing and mountain biking at the world famous 7Stanes range. The area is also well recognised for its clear skies as one of the twelve best stargazing sites in the world and the first Dark Sky Park in the UK. Beach 150 yards. Shop 100 yards, pub and restaurant 150 yards. Free WiFi
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    4

    Southerness, near Dumfries, Reino Unido

    Situated in the heart of the village this spacious holiday house lies in the quaint village of New Abbey close to the spectacular Solway Coast. Nearby is the Galloway Forest Park, a popular area for walkers/cyclists with mountain biking at Mabie Forest 1 mile away. There are numerous beaches along the coast.
    New Abbey is a small village with the historic Sweetheart Abbey at its' centre. Historic Scotland manage the abbey and also the Cornmill.
  • Limetree House es realmente un hermoso lugar para hospedarse en un pueblo maravillosamente pintoresco en un rincón relativamente inexplorado de Escocia. Las fotos no le hacen justicia a la casa: las habitaciones son amplias y cómodas, la cocina está muy bien equipada, el salón tiene un televisor muy grande con canales vía satélite y la zona del jardín trasero es muy bonita con vistas a un pequeño río. Hay tantos paseos y lugares para visitar en el área que deseamos tener más tiempo para pasar allí. En general, un excelente lugar para ir con una familia. Muy recomendable.

    Rob2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • Casa amorosa. Ideal para un grupo de invitados. El pub al otro lado de la calle es encantador y la tienda de al lado es muy útil.

    Alice2019-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • Tuvimos un clima maravilloso durante nuestra estancia en el lugar de Mhairi, pero la casa habría proporcionado una base acogedora en el peor de los tiempos, con excelente calefacción y agua caliente y una chimenea con leños y carbón. Las fotos no le hacen justicia a la casa. Las habitaciones están muy bien decoradas y amuebladas y las camas muy cómodas; la cocina está bien equipada y todos los electrodomésticos funcionan bien y, para colmo, hay un pequeño y encantador jardín en la parte trasera. Disfrutamos muchísimo de nuestra estancia.

    Mary2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Muchos buenos paseos alrededor, al lado de la tienda del pueblo, parada de autobús en la puerta en ambas direcciones, evita el pub poco acogedor al otro lado de la calle, una mesa y sillas aisladas en el jardín, habitaciones espaciosas y una cocina bien equipada.

    Ian2018-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • Encantadora y espaciosa casa en el corazón de un hermoso pueblo. Una gran base para nuestra estancia de fin de semana

    Stuart2018-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Excelente propiedad muy espaciosa en el corazón del pueblo. Tuvimos un gran viaje.

    Rob2017-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Excelente ubicación, estacionamiento privado, jardín aislado que es ideal para niños pequeños. House fue ideal, tenía todo lo que estábamos buscando. Lo recomendaría a cualquiera. Mharir fue muy útil al tratar de reservar para una cena y siempre a la mano para ayudar. :RE

    Rosemary2017-05-29T00:00:00Z
  • Brillante estancia en Nueva Abadía. La casa es espaciosa y está impecablemente limpia, justo al lado de la tienda del propietario y al otro lado de la calle de un pub. Tuvimos un gran fin de semana largo, ¡gracias!

    Ania2017-04-10T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    8


    Dormitorios

    4

    New Abbey, Dumfries and Galloway, Reino Unido

    Alojamiento entero6 camas
    Limetree House
    Precio:114€/noche
    24 evaluaciones
    Superhost
    A superb two storey house converted from a traditional farm building to an exceptionally high standard and located on Airdrie Farm, a private and secluded position with its own enclosed garden. Furnished and equipped to a very high standard the house provides superb accommodation in this wonderful area. There are uninterrupted views across the farm over the Solway to the Lakeland Hills, best enjoyed from the hot tub. Wheelchair access to both the front and rear entrances.
    Accommodation for 6 over 2 floors: Ground floor: Large living room with stove and stairs to first floor; Dining area; Fully fitted kitchen; Wet room with large walk in shower, WC and wash basin; Twin bedroom. First floor: Small landing with snug area; Sitting room; Master bedroom with King size bed with shower room off containing shower, WC and wash basin; King size bedroom; Bathroom with bath, wash basin and WC. Services: Full under floor central heating * Wood burning stove with fuel provided * Bed linen and towels provided * Washing machine and Drier * Dishwasher * Wall mounted double oven (one combination/microwave) * Electric hob * Fridge (with ice box) * 3 Flat screen televisions (one with DVD, IPod/I-Phone dock) * Wifi * Cot, highchair and stair gates available on request * Enclosed garden with furniture and hot tub * Outdoor lockable store for bicycles, golf equipment etc, with sink & small freezer * Ample parking * Sorry no pets permitted* No smoking Special Note: 1. The cottage is on a working farm so care must be taken around farm machinery and stock. 2. The cottage is let on a strictly no pets allowed policy
    The house is on a working farm so care must be taken around farm machinery and stock. Uninterrupted views down across the farm over the Solway to the Lakeland Hills both from the building and the garden which is enclosed with furniture and a hot tub. Within a short drive are wonderful sandy beaches at Sandyhills and, slightly further afield at Rockcliffe. The RSPB Reserve at Mersehead which also has its own beach is within a ten minute drive. Being Scotland, golf courses are always close by with a 9 hole pay & play course just 2 miles away and nearby Southerness has a championship 18 hole links golf course, other golf courses are available throughout the area. Mabie Forest, again within a short drive, has one of the stages of the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Network, long distance footpaths and at the Farm Park an adventure centre for children of all ages. New Abbey, again within a short drive, is a delightful village where Sweetheart Abbey is located and there is also the historic Corn Mill open to the public on a seasonal basis. Whether for a restful or an active holiday it would be difficult to beat Criffel Glen.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Dumfries, Reino Unido

    A self contained cottage, with new kitchen and bathroom. Two good size bedrooms, barn being renovated into a seperate studio for accomodation as is the traditional Scottish Bothy. Full use of lodge facilities, private walled garden, seating areas and barbeque. Located on the Barbeth Estate, Abbey Lodge and Cottage is very private and discrete. Your every need can be accomodated by Andrew the owner and host. A great welcome and stay guaranteed.
    Situated in a private place, a rural reality. Private drive and walled gardens. The cottage is recently refurbished. Ideal for couples and families alike. Aimed at folk who value a bit of piece and quite away from the stresses and strains of day today life.
    New Abbey is simply stunning. A small hamlet 7 miles south of Dumfries. It was voted Scotland's most beautiful village recently. There is an old Abbey, it dates back from the 12 th Century. It is known locally as Sweat 💓 Abbey. The Solway coast is beautiful and area of outstanding conservation and beauty. Well worth a trip.
  • Maravilloso lugar para alojarse, excelentes paseos y bonita zona.

    Annabelle2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Gran anfitrión

    Linda2019-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • Nos alojamos en Abbey Cottage para la celebración del fin de semana de cumpleaños de mi hijo y mi esposo. Nuestra estancia fue muy agradable y memorable. Andrew fue un anfitrión muy agradable, relajado y atento y la cabaña era ideal para nuestras necesidades. La cocina tenía todo lo que necesitábamos para preparar la cena y era agradable tener un área de comedor, ¡algo esencial cuando tienes un niño pequeño! La oferta de desayuno también era una ventaja, no la esperábamos. El pueblo es muy bonito y está bien ubicado. Problemas rurales típicos con la recepción de teléfonos: Vodafone fuerte y O2 pero no EE en la casa de campo / pueblo. Andrew ofreció WiFi desde el albergue sin embargo. Disfrutamos de unos días en Mabie Farm Park, Wigtown, Sandyhills y la playa frente a Steamboat Inn. Las salas de té de Abbey también eran encantadoras!

    Judith2018-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Andrew es un gran anfitrión, nada es demasiado problema. Muy amable y muy servicial. No puedo recomendar este lugar lo suficiente. Soy nuevo en Airbnb y puedo decir honestamente que estoy impresionado. Gracias por toda su ayuda Andrew - ¡Sin duda volveremos el año que viene!

    Rob2018-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Nuestro viaje fue corto, pero la casa era perfecta. Limpio y cómodo y Andrew fue un gran anfitrión. Amable, servicial y encantador para chatear. Buena suerte Andrew, nos vemos pronto, sin duda.

    Ryan2018-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • ¡Qué gran lugar! Fuimos por 2 noches y había mucho que hacer cerca. Andrew fue un anfitrión tan acogedor, nada era demasiado problema. Él fue capaz de sugerir lugares para ir y tenía muchos folletos, etc. para que los hojeamos. La cabaña estaba limpia y había artículos de tocador disponibles, té, café, etc. Dejó muy claro que The Lodge también estaba disponible para nosotros y que deberíamos sentirnos libres de utilizar las zonas comunes como deseábamos. Podemos recomendar encarecidamente este lugar!

    Kelly2018-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • Andrew fue el mejor anfitrión que pudo pedir, mucha información útil sobre qué hacer y ver. Me encantaría volver y ver el progreso de ambos, creo que este será un éxito de Airbnb. Dumfries y todos los pueblos de los alrededores son simplemente encantadores, llenos de historia y encanto. Nuestra familia realmente aprecio la hospitalidad y nos dejamos con algunos buenos recuerdos.

    Sharon2018-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Reservamos con poca antelación y Andrew nos acomodó sin ningún problema. Estuvimos muy cómodos. Muy amables y serviciales.

    Susana2018-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Bungalow


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    New Abbey, Escocia, Reino Unido

    The 17th Century stable yard cottage has been upgraded and modernised to ensure a wonderful holiday. The cottage is listed Grade B by Historic Scotland and the refurbishment and modernisation have ensured that original character
    Adams style Arbigland House (Historic Scotland Grade A) with its historic links to the Scottish Enlightenment and American Independence. The grounds of Arbigland House are famed for their spring displays of azaleas and rhododendrons and guests have full access to the gardens with paths that lead to a "private" sandy beach; while wandering through the woodlands keep a weather eye for the native red squirrels! The beach on the Solway will instantly give you that happy beachcomber’s feeling with the sound of the sea and call of the curlew together with wonderful views across the waters to the Lake District hills. Accommodation: Sleeping 3 + 1 in 2 bedrooms over two floors: Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway; Open living area comprising sitting room with wood burning stove and single sofa bed; Kitchen and dining area; Utility room with washer/dryer. First Floor: Landing; Double bedroom; Bathroom; Single bedroom Facilities: Central heating & electricity included * Bed linen & towels provided * Washer/drier * Fridge * Freezer * Microwave * TV * Wifi * Wood burning stove with intial basket of logs provided * Courtyard and 24 acre shared garden with lake and beach * Garden furniture * Parking * Cot & highchair can be provided * Dogs welcome Extras: £20 per dog/week
    The cottage makes a perfect base for exploring Scotland's hidden south western corner and may be booked in conjunction with the adjacent Coachman's Cottage to accommodate a total of 14. By prior arrangement it is possible to provide a catering package for guests. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses. A trip to Southerness is also worthwhile for its historic lighthouse which is occasionally opened to allow visitors to climb and see the view. There are marvellous opportunities for other recreational pursuits including wildlife and bird watching with the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast. The Reserve is spectacular in winter and spring with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present. In the summer it is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the Reserve’s woodlands down to the beach. The RSPB staff run wildlife events throughout the year including dawn walks, pond dipping, and badger watching. South West Scotland has numerous historic sites to explore including Arbigland House itself (by prior arrangement with the owners) and the neighbouring John Paul Jones Cottage, being the birthplace of the founder of the American Navy. Other notable sites include Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, both maintained by Historic Scotland and the world's oldest Camera Obscura at Dumfries Museum. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries, at Arbigland itself and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns lived and wrote for a number of years. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal paths and Forestry Commission Woodlands trails including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out across the region. The closest of these are in Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods, both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa rural


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    Lapwing Lodge is one of a group of three set only 20 yards from the super beach on the edge of the Nith Estuary; the estuary is home to 10's of thousands of wintering geese which are fascinating to see, if you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you.
    The open plan layout of the lodge provides spacious accommodation for 4 and is equipped with all you need to make for an enjoyable holiday. Short breaks welcome all year but are only bookable if within 2 weeks of arrival during High & Peak periods Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner and French doors to deck; Double Bedrooms; Twin Bedroom; Bathroom; Shower room Services: Gas central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs provided * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Parking * Bicycle Storage * Private Decking area * Shared Garden * 2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week.
    This is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Cabaña en la naturaleza


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    This holiday lodge is a cosy retreat to return to after a day exploring the area or simply strolling on the beach. Choosing places to stay is about location, location, location and with sea views, private sandy beaches, spectacular scenery and prolific wildlife, these dog-friendly, detached, seaside holiday cottages are the perfect choice. Skylark Lodge is named after the larks that sing in the fields in front. It enjoys sea views as well as mountain views. The properties are situated on the Arbigland Estate, and the ancient Barony of Arbigland comprises farmland, woodland and foreshore on the Solway Firth coast, bounded by the River Nith near Dumfries in the south west of Scotland. With its outstanding natural beauty and rich diversity of wildlife, the estate forms part of the Nith Estuary Special Area of Conservation and the Upper Solway Special Site of Scientific Interest. Golf, fishing, 7stanes mountain biking, horse riding, bird watching, shooting (including wildfowling), stalking and hill walking can all be enjoyed locally. The properties are decorated with a Christmas theme during the festive season. Beach 100 yards. Shop 2 miles, pub 1 mile and restaurant 6 miles. All on the ground floor. Open plan living space: With wooden floors. Living area: With wood burner, Freeview TV and DVD player. Dining area. Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Bedroom 1: With double bed. Bedroom 2: With twin beds. Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet. All properties: Gas central heating (controlled by owner), electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for wood burner included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack. Sitting-out area with garden furniture and barbecue. Large enclosed lawned garden (shared). Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: The sea is 100 yards away.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Cabaña


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Reino Unido

    Skylark Lodge is only 20 yards from the super beach on the edge of the Nith Estuary; the estuary is home to 10's of thousands of wintering geese which are fascinating to see, if you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you.
    Skylark Lodge is one of a group of three set on Arbigland Estate only 20 yards from the super beach on the edge of the Nith Estuary; the estuary is home to 10's of thousands of wintering geese which are fascinating to see, if you want to wake up to the sound of waves and seabirds and watch kestrels hover above cattle grazing in green meadows from your windows then this is the place for you. The open plan layout of the lodge provides spacious accommodation for 4 and is equipped with all you need to make for an enjoyable holiday. Whilst in a quiet and peaceful location the lodge is still within easy reach of places to eat out and explore Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner and French doors to deck; Double Bedrooms; Twin Bedroom; Bathroom; Shower room Services: central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Parking * Bicycle Storage * Private Decking area * Shared Garden * 2 Dogs welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week - Max 2
    Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Cabaña en la naturaleza


    Capacidad

    4


    Dormitorios

    2

    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    West Lodge is a delightful 19th Century gate lodge and at one time was the estate schoolhouse with unusually ornate slatework on the roof which makes it look a little like a gingerbread house! Although it looks small on the outside the Lodge provides comfortable accommodation for 4 people, all on one level it is ideal for anyone with restricted mobility
    West Lodge is a delightful 19th Century gate lodge and at one time was the estate schoolhouse, which might account for the unusually ornate slatework on the roof, which makes it look a little like a gingerbread house! Although it looks small on the outside the Lodge provides comfortable accommodation for 4 people, all on one level it is ideal for anyone with restricted mobility (although note that the doors may unfortunately be too narrow for some wheelchairs). The private garden makes a lovely spot to sit and enjoy the views and wildlife which abounds in the adjoining woods, hedges and fields all around the cottage. The birdsong here is a rich orchestral symphony which you can enjoy whilst having a BBQ and watching the sun set behind Criffel. The lovely enclosed cottage garden boasts two palm trees which are a feature of the mild local climate due to the affects of the gulf Stream! . Let weekly Saturday to Saturday, short breaks are accepted throughout the year but are only bookable if within 2 weeks of arrival during High & Peak periods Accommodation for 4 on one level: Open plan Lounge/Dining Room/ Kitchen with wood burner; Double Bedroom; Twin Bedroom, Bathroom with over bath shower Services: Central heating & Electricity included (allowance of 8hrs/day heating included in the price) * Wood burner with initial supply of logs * Bed linen & towels are provided * Washing Machine * Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Electric Oven & Hob * Microwave * Wifi * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & Highchair * Enclosed Garden * Bicycle Storage * Car parking for 2 cars *2 Pets welcome. EXTRAS: £20 per dog/week.
    There are superb sea views over the Solway Firth to the Lake District hills, the Isle of Man, along the Colvend Coast to Southerness lighthouse and the Portling cliffs, there are also inland views to the areas outstanding land mark Criffel and the Waterloo Memorial at New Abbey. These latter two make good walks and there are also walks can be had from the back door over the Estate and not to me missed down onto Powillimount beach just 500 metres away. A slightly longer stroll which takes in the beach and leads you on to the village of Carsethorn with the Steamboat Inn where your efforts may be rewarded with really good food, it is also dog friendly and has outside seating on the water's edge, so that you can enjoy the views over the estuary. Arbigland Estate is the ideal base for mountain biking, birdwatching, golf or collapsing and revelling in the amazing surroundings. The South Carse equestrian centre is close by so you can bring your horse with you and keep him in the livery yard tto allow you both to enjoy riding on the beach and around the bridleways on the estate. Local history in on the door step with the cottage that John Paul Jones, famous for being the founder of the American Navy was born on the Estate and now open as a museum to him, the Museum makes for an interesting visit. The marvellous wildlife and birdwatching at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve just a few miles along the coast should not be missed. The reserve is particularly spectacular in winter with thousands of geese and other over wintering wildfowl present but in summer is also worth a visit with pleasant walks through the reserve woodlands down to the beach. During the winter the reserve also runs Badger Watching and other events. Cycling and walking are particularly well catered for with numerous coastal walks and also Forestry Commission Woodlands including the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Routes which have been laid out in a number of the Forestry Commission properties across the region. The closest of these are at Dalbeattie and Mabie Woods both of which provide superb and spectacular settings for quiet walks or testing strenuous mountain biking routes. The famous Southerness Links golf course is close by, together with other less testing courses in the local area. If you are looking to explore Scotland's culture and heritage you are spoilt for choice with numerous historic sites to explore including Sweetheart Abbey in New Abbey together with one of the oldest Corn Mills, also maintained by Historic Scotland. Connections with Burns can be explored in Dumfries and other villages including Ellisland Farm at Holywood where Burns farmed for a number of years.
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    Kirkbean, Reino Unido

    The perfect family destination, RSPB Mersehead has a stunning beach and sand dunes just a short walk from the cottage; perfect for building sand castles and driftwood lodges. In the large farmhouse garden, there is a playground with swings, slide, mud kitchen and badger tunnels providing hours of fun.
    Discover the breath-taking scenery, wildlife, cultural and history of Dumfries & Galloway whilst staying in a cosy semi-detached cottage located in the heart of RSPB Mersehead Nature Reserve, a Visit Scotland 4-star wildlife experience.Located on the scenic northern shore of the Solway Estuary, the large skies and seascapes give a feeling of escape. RSPB Mersehead is an extensive wetland nature reserve internationally important for the population of wintering Svalbard Barnacle geese and wintering wildfowl. An impressive starling murmuration may be seen in the winter from the cottage garden. In the spring, the evening air is alive with sound of displaying Lapwing and the distinctive chorus the UK's rarest amphibian, the Natterjack Toad. Tree sparrow and Yellowhammer come to feed from the cottage bird table. Watch for hunting Peregrines, Merlins, and Hen Harriers overhead. All our guests enjoy free or discounted entry to all events at RSPB Mersehead. A haven for wildlife, away from Mersehead there are an additional four RSPB reserves to discover; Ken-Dee Marshes, Wood of Cree, Crook of Baldoon and at Scotland’s most southerly point, the Mull of Galloway. WWT Caerlaverock can be found just the other side of Dumfries and there are a number of Scottish Wildlife Trust and Local Nature Reserves to explore. The perfect family destination, RSPB Mersehead has a stunning beach and sand dunes just a short walk from the cottage; perfect for building sand castles and driftwood lodges. In the large farmhouse garden, there is a playground with swings, slide, mud kitchen and badger tunnels providing hours of fun. There are great rock pooling adventures to be found at nearby Rockcliffe or try crabbing from the quay at Kippford. In addition to the wonders of nature, a vast array of attractions will keep young families entertained for hours such as the Dino Park, Cream O Galloway, Mabie Farm Park and the Chocolate Factory. The Camera Obscura, installed in 1836, is on the top floor of the old windmill tower where you can see a fascinating panoramic view of Dumfries and the surrounding countryside. Dumfries & Galloway is full of history waiting to be discovered. A wide moat, twin-towered gatehouse and lofty battlements make Caerlaverock Castle a medieval stronghold. Learn all about its turbulent history as a castle caught up in border conflicts. Unravel the tale of devotion behind Sweetheart Abbey’s evocative name. Follow in the footsteps of Robbie Burns as you trace the banks of the River Nith from the heart of Dumfries and don’t forget to visit Moat Brae where Peter Pan began. On a wet day, there is plenty of opportunity to explore indoors. Discover the remarkable story of HM Factory Gretna and the Solway Military Coast at The Devil’s Porridge Museum. Visit the home of runaway weddings at Gretna Green, now a 5-star visitor destination or explore the Aviation Museum. For those looking for a fast paced action holiday, RSPB Mersehead is located just a short drive from two Forestry Commission 7-stanes mountain bike trails at Mabie Forest and Dalbeattie Forest. A little further afield are the trails in the Galloway Forest Park and the Ae Forest. The Galloway Activity Centre is situated on the banks of the stunning Loch Ken whilst at Laggan Outdoor you will find one of Europe’s longest Zip wires. A challenging links course, Southerness Golf Course is a Scottish Golf Championship Venue whilst Colvend Golf Course offers a parkland experience with amazing views from the high cliffs. RSPB Mersehead is the perfect base from which to discover Scotland’s forgotten corner Let weekly Saturday - Saturday. Short breaks are accepted between May & end of August if booked within 6 weeks of arrival Accommodation for 4 on one floor: Lounge/dining room; kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath; one double bedroom; one twin bedroom. Services: * Electric heating (cost included) *Multi Fuel stove with fuel provided * Bed Linen and Towels included * Electric cooker & Microwave * Washing machine * Fridge/Freezer * TV with DVD * Highchair and cot available on request * Enclosed garden with furniture * Parking * No Smoking * Dogs: Maximum 2 well behaved dogs with own bedding, not to be left on their own or allowed on furniture or beds. EXTRAS: £20 for 1 dog per week. 2nd dog free. Additional accommodation is available next door in Shelduck Cottage
    Very busy in winter with thousands of geese, a sight and sound not to be missed. Rural location so not may people about.
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