A beautifully-presented detached cottage, set within the private Seasons Holidays at Brunston Castle leisure resort and golf course, near the village of Dailly in picturesque Ayrshire.
Designed to accommodate families, this well-appointed cottage is in the ideal location to allow you to relax and unwind.
The open plan living accommodation boasts a lovely fitted kitchen, a dining area, a comfortable sitting area and can accommodate up to six people.
There is a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a further twin that can be set up as a super king-size double on request.
French doors lead out onto a private decked area which is the perfect place to sit back with a drink and plan the day.
The property is surrounded by a lawned area and a short stroll brings you to the main reception area of the leisure resort.
Here, there is an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, gym and games room, so there is plenty to keep the whole family occupied, whatever the weather.
Golfing enthusiasts will enjoy the on-site golf course and will find Turnberry just a short 20 minute drive along the coast.
Just half a mile away in the small village of Dailly is a Post Office, two shops and two pubs.
Historic Ayrshire, home of Robert Burns, offers walking, cycling, sandy beaches, golfing and fishing, as well as Culzean Castle and gardens for you to enjoy.
A lovely holiday home with plenty to keep everyone happy.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin (one zip/link, can be super king-size double on request). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Ayr 16 miles.
Located on the Water of Girvan in South Ayrshire, Dailly, or ‘New Dailly’ to distinguish it from ‘Old Dailly’, was developed in the mid 18th-century as a coal mining village. The ruins of the Robert Adam-designed Dalquharran Castle stand on a hill overlooking the village. The ruined church at Old Dailly dates from pre-Reformation times, and houses the mysterious Blue Stones; thought to be Charter Stones, ancient symbols granted to an area in place of a written charter, several legends have grown up around them. One holds they were Sanctuary Stones and would protect anyone sitting against them, and another belief is that their mystical powers would bring good fortune to anyone touching them. The village of Dailly today has a pub, shop and post office and the series of Dailly Trails make for ideal walking, forming part of the Carrick Way. Dailly’s proximity to the Ayrshire coast makes it an ideal venue for exploring the many golf courses, beaches and castles, including spectacular Culzean Castle, and with the Galloway Forest Park nearby and its many walks and cycle rides, this is a great location to use as a base for touring.