4.6★ Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (6) away (4) views (4) lovely (4) drive (3) no (3) 8 Customer Reviews "This cottage is issolated, you have to drive up a single track road for nearly 3 minutes." Walking is an hour round trip. Perfect for a morning or late evening walk with the dogs. The views from the cottage are truly amazing. We did see plenty of wild life, hares, deer, buzzards and the likes. We met owners, while walking the dogs, which was nice. The cottage was warm and cozy, clean, tidy, we had everything we needed for a fantastic week away. Will definitely be returning for another holiday. Reviewed by DeniseJul 2023 "Chippermore Cottage is spacious and the view is stunning." The half mile access track is challenging, very bumpy with large potholes. The cottage has a good bathroom, kitchen and household appliances but the fittings and furnishing are shabby; the duvets were 'solid' and uncomfortable, 3 TVs but only 1 worked, lights and clocks that weren't working, mold on the bedroom ceiling etc. There was no information about the area but a telephone directory for 2011 and even older magazines!?!?!? Reviewed by MichaelMay 2023 "Lovely cottage with fantastic views." Plenty wildlife to see. Lovely beach 10 minutes drive away. Just what you wont to get away and just chill out. Reviewed by LornaMay 2023 "Cottage was warm and comfortable owner was a little hard to get hold of ." But a busy time for farmers stunning views . The downer for me possibly because I really detest heights was the single track road that leads upto the cottage a sheer drop one side maybe a few bollards on chain link would be in order Bit otherwise a lovely cottage . Reviewed by ShirleyApr 2023 "This is the third time we have stayed at this lovely cottage, but the first with Sykes." The location is superb, with open views over fields and the sea. There is a shortish drive (2 minutes) up a farm lane from the main road, which is narrow but not really daunting. The cottage is warm and well equipped...it even has WIFI! The owner and his farm manager are very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be coming back again. Reviewed by GrahamMar 2023 "We were very happy with the accommodation but being only 5ft 4in tall I found that the bathroom mirror was a bit high for shaving." Reviewed by JamesFeb 2023 "A great place to get away from everything" Reviewed by ShaunJan 2023 "Wonderful week away with our 3 fur babies." Lovely home from home Reviewed by AmandaJan 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Single-storey Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin with TV Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Living/dining room with open fire Oil central heating with open fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher 3 x TV with Freeview, DVD player, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 3 cars Enclosed garden with lawn, barbecue and furntiure Three well-behaved pets welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 5.5 miles, pub 4.6 miles The property Port William 5.5 miles. Sitting on an elevated position overlooking Luce Bay near Port William is this traditional, detached cottage, Chippermore Cottage. This pet-friendly cottage in Dumfries and Galloway has off-road parking for three cars, beautiful views in a rural location, and an enclosed garden, making a superb base for families to enjoy a peaceful getaway. Inside, you'll find a kitchen/diner with everything you need for a self-catering stay, a utility with laundry facilities and a dishwasher and a living/dining room furnished with cushioned seats, an open fire, and a TV with DVD player and Freeview. The cottage has been lovingly appointed with traditional decor with two bedrooms, a double and a twin, both with TVs, along with a shower room with a spacious walk-in shower and heated towel rail to freshen up after the day's adventures. On summer days, your private garden is pet-friendly and enclosed for children to play safely, whilst you rustle up an alfresco dinner on the barbecue; the breath-taking views over the bay, across to the Isle of Man, and Mull of Galloway are sure to provide stunning sunsets! When it's time to explore, Port William is a quiet fishing village where you can stock up at the local stores, stop for lunch at Pirsac - The View, and wander the historic, 18th-century harbour. Nearby, you'll find Wigtown, Castle Kennedy Gardens, and Stranraer where you can visit the historic Castle of St. John, picnic in the family-friendly Agnew Park, and play with sea views at Stranraer Golf Club. Further afield lies the town of Newton Stewart where you can stop for lunch before venturing into Galloway Forest Park, an expansive of parkland for woodland walks, hiking and cycling trails, fishing, and plenty of wildlife to look out for. Book an unforgettable family holiday at Chippermore Cottage. EPC Rating: Band E EPC Rating: Band E Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200. View on map About the location PORT WILLIAM Wigtown 10 miles; Newton Stewart 17 miles. Dating from the end of the eighteenth century, the fishing village of Port William sits on the east side of Luce Bay on the Machars peninsula in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland. There is much history in the area from early Christian sites through to more recent smuggling activities. The picturesque harbour that dates from the 18th century offers sea angling and is ideal for sailors too. There is a statue of a bronze otter erected in memory of Gavin Maxwell, author of ‘Ring of Bright Water’. His family home, Monreith House, is nearby and Maxwell used to exercise his otter on the beach below the house. Oscar Kokoschka, one of the twentieth century’s best known expressionist painters, spent time here during the Second World War. Today Port William is an attractive fishing village within easy reach of sandy beaches, a 9 hole links course just 2 miles away, walking and cycling in the Galloway hills and the cafés and shops of Wigtown, designated as Scotland’s first Book Town. Carnival Week is traditionally held in the first week in August with a wealth of events and attractions. Nature lovers will be drawn to the many nature reserves in the area as well as the childhood home of Gavin Maxwell at Elrig, just along the coast.