Ref-000313 Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4
- Sleeps 4- 1 X Double & 1 X Twin
- Coastal Walks On Doorstep
- Balcony With Sea Views
- Ideal Away From It All Location!
- Dog Friendly
- Child Friendly
- Coastal Location
- Nearby Fishing
A stylish modern end-townhouse, situated right on the harbourside in the sleepy Galloway fishing village of Garlieston, 10 miles from Wigtown (National Booktown). Rated 4 star by 'Welcome Cottages', the property is comfortably furnished and well-equipped throughout.
The property sleeps 4 people in one twin and one double (ensuite) bedroom. Family bathroom with over-bath shower. Spacious open-plan living room, with modern, well-equipped kitchen, dining alcove and seating area. Downstairs cloakroom. Small private courtyard to rear and balcony off master bedroom with views across the bay to the village and hills beyond. Communal courtyard to front, overlooking slipway.
Children and pets welcome. Off street parking. Free boatpark 100 yards. All heating/lighting, bed linen and towels included in the price.
Short breaks (min 3 nights) may be available in low season and at short notice, from £72 per night.
Discounts for late availability and for couples staying alone.
With a shingle beach just yards away and coastal walks starting right from your front door, 'Tide's Reach' makes the ideal base to explore the unspoilt Galloway Machars, with its rugged coastline, interspersed with sheltered bays, and gently rolling countryside, scattered with bronze age and prehistoric remains. An hour's drive takes you on into the Galloway Hills and Forest Park, or the lovely Rhins of Galloway.
Garlieston village has two small shops and a pub, within easy walking distance of the cottage, with further shops and places to eat in nearby Wigtown and Isle of Whithorn.
(Formerly known as 'Water's Edge')
Garlieston village has a small shop and a pub serving good home-style meals, with further shops and eateries in nearby Wigtown (National Booktown) and Whithorn (home of St Ninian's Priory).
There is a shingle beach less than 200 yards from the front door, leading onto coastal walks to nearby Rigg Bay and beyond, allowing fantastic views of Wigtown Bay (Local Nature Reserve) and to the Cumbrian hills beyond.
The surrounding area (known as the Galloway Machars) is very quiet and peaceful, with unspoilt rolling countryside, some spectacular small bays and quaint villages, and a wealth of historic features, including St Ninian's Priory, Glenluce Abbey and Torhouse Stone Circle.
The quiet roads are ideal for cycling, plus two of the 7 Stanes mountain biking routes are within 45 minutes drive. The Galloway Hills and Forest Park (Dark Sky Park) is about 40 minutes drive. Scotland's Garden Route makes an ideal day trip easy reach, as does the Mull of Galloway (Scotland's most southerly point) and picturesque Portpatrick.