Colvend 2 miles.
This lovely detached lodge sits in a beautiful holiday park near Colvend and Sandyhills Bay, on Scotland's stunning Solway Coast.
In a quiet corner of the park and in a raised location, this holiday lodge has superb views across the man-made loch and the hills beyond.
This delightful holiday lodge sleeps up to six people and is the perfect place to come and unwind and explore this varied part of the country.
As well as the open plan living area and great views across the countryside, the ground floor has a twin bedroom, which can be made up as a super king-size double bed, and there’s also a bathroom available.
The first floor has a superb king-size double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and balcony with loch views, and the other double on this floor has a shower in the room, as well as a separate en-suite basin and WC.
Outside the property is a communal lawned area and within the park, there is a restaurant, bar and access to the fishing loch.
Visit the deer park next door, have a day at the beach or try one of the many golf courses within a 20 mile radius.
For the more energetic, this welcoming lodge is ideal for visiting the 7stanes cycle complex or as a base for exploring this wonderful part of Scotland.
Offering Christmas and New Year short breaks, this lodge is an ideal winter destination.
A superb holiday lodge offering something for the whole family.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with TV, en-suite shower, basin and WC and balcony, 1 x double with shower in room and en-suite basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin (zip/link, can be super king-size double on request). Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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About the location
Dalbeattie 7 miles; Castle Douglas 13 miles.
The village of Colvend is believed to derive its name from John de Culwen, who was the village’s proprietor in the 15th century. Colvend boasts a shop, a mobile Post Office and a season restaurant, as well as a pottery shop nearby. Sandyhills Bay has a seasonal shop and an outside cafe seating area. This area of coastline, known as the Colvend and Southwick shore has many rugged cliffs and secret bays to tempt the visitor, and there are a number of footpaths to be explored. Cyclists have easy access to most of the 7stanes mountain bike complex, and the renowned Galloway Dark Sky Forest Park is a short drive away. The attractive beaches of Rockcliffe and Sandyhills provide an enjoyable family day out, plus the beaches of Mossyard and Sandgreen, which are popular with locals, are within a half hour drive away, and Kippford is a popular yachting and sailing centre. This is a lovely base for exploring Dumfries and Galloway.