- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
Newton Stewart 1 mile. A self-contained wing of the owner's traditional 19th century farmhouse, set in peaceful, rural surroundings by the River Cree, 1 mile from the market town of Newton Stewart. Exceptionally well presented, this Scotland cottage boasts a bright and airy open plan living area, which is well equipped and comfortably furnished, with a large picture window overlooking the delightful garden, fields and the River Cree, with long distance views towards the Galloway Hills. A haven for birds and wildlife, the large garden has wild-flower and woodland areas, and a family of otters can sometimes be seen frolicking down on the river bank. A lovely base for exploring the sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and pretty fishing ports along the coastline of the Machars, this lovely Newton Stewart holiday cottage is perfect for a rural getaway.
All ground floor. One large twin room with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen area, dining area and sitting area with picture window with countryside and river views.
LPG central heating with electric fires (easily transported to any room). Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD player, radio, stereo/CD player, library of books, games and DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for one car. Large, lawned garden with patio area and garden furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome at a charge of £10 per pet, per week. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: Children are not accepted at this property.
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About the location
Kirkcudbright 28 miles.
The market town of Newton Stewart, famous for its salmon and trout fishing, lies in a superb location between the serene rolling countryside of the Machars to the south and the Galloway Forest Park to the north. The area is steeped in history. The first Christian missionary to Scotland landed at The Machars, founding the first church in AD 397 in Whithorn. The Whithorn Dig Visitor Centre lies on the site and displays material dug up over years of excavations. The beautiful coastline is a mixture of sandy beaches and rocky shores teeming with birdlife. Inland there is superb walking country in the Galloway Hills and Forest Park. Sailing, riding and fishing are all available locally and there are plenty of excellent courses to keep the keen golfer busy.