With fishing in the River Stinchar and the Galloway Forest Park nearby, this is the perfect location to enjoy the great outdoors.
All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space.
Living area: With wood burner and 32" Smart TV.
Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher.
Utility room: With freezer and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bedroom 3: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included, remainder at £5 per bag. Highchair available on request. Welcome pack.
Courtyard to front with garden furniture. Lawned area to rear with sitting-out area and garden furniture. 2 dogs welcome, to be kept on a lead at all times (sheep country). Trout fishing on-site. Bike store. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking. Please note: There is an unfenced river in the grounds, 100 yards away.
Situated in a beautiful rural location with the River Duisk running past, this quirky cottage is located in a beautiful courtyard in an ideal location for lovers of the outdoors. With a fantastic boot room with cycle brackets and dog washing facilities it’s a great place to clean up at the end of an adventurous day. The village of Barrhill is just 1½ miles, with a small shop and pub, while the seaside town of Girvan is only a short drive away. This is an ideal area for walkers and cyclists with quiet back roads and Forestry Commission trails taking you deep into the countryside and onto the Galloway hills. The Galloway Forest Park is only a 20-minute drive away and is Britain’s largest forest park with 300 square miles of wild beauty waiting to be explored. It also lays claim to being one of only four Dark Sky parks in the western world. The park boasts tranquil valleys, rugged rock faces, forest, moorland, lochs and ancient woodland. It has a huge diversity of wildlife including red and roe deer, wild goats and many birds of prey.
Close by is the Ayrshire Coastal Path, Scotland’s newest long distance walking route, it runs 100 miles along one of the finest panoramic coastlines in the British Isles. With a superb backdrop of the ever-changing profile of the mountains of Arran across the Firth of Clyde, this coastline is steeped in history and teeming with wildlife, including red squirrels, deer, otters and seals and is a haven for bird watchers. Inland there are gardens and castles to visit, riding, racing and a choice of golf courses, with the world famous Turnberry close to hand. Culzean Castle (owned by the National Trust for Scotland) is spectacular and is Ayrshire’s most popular tourist attraction. Ferries can be taken to the Isle of Arran, Isle of Cumbrae and also the ferry to Ireland for a day trip. Beach 12 miles. Shop and pub 1½ miles, restaurant 12 miles.