This lovingly semi-detached cottage is attached to the owner's home and is situated in the coastal village of Garlieston.
Spacious and inviting, this property is perfect for couples to feel right at home and enjoy a peaceful holiday.
Enter into the open plan sitting room with comfortable sofas and pretty décor, ideal for relaxing from morning through to evening.
The windows overlook the delightful garden for an added effect.
A kitchen rests off from this containing quality furnishings and a touch of detail, perfect for preparing those evening meals.
The fold out table can be set up in either room, whichever your preference may be.
A double bedroom has a warm and cosy feel, with neat bedding and soothing colours which create a calming atmosphere for a good nights sleep.
A Jack-and-Jill style en-suite is adjacent to the bedroom, home to a walk-in shower for your convenience.
Make the most of the location by spending time in the delightful garden, or adventure into the village of Garlieston which offers a shop and Post Office as well as a traditional inn and walking-woodland routes.
Apart from the attractive scenery and varied coastline, the Machars Peninsular includes pretty towns such as Port William and Monreith with a sandy beach are well worth visiting.
A wonderful cottage in a heart warming location.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with Jack-and-Jill access to shower room. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, fold-out dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Wigtown 8 miles; Newton Stewart 14 miles.
Garlieston is a small coastal village that nestles on the Machars Peninsula, looking out over Wigtown Bay. It was popular as a fishing and cargo harbour until the 20th century, partly due to the extension of the Wigtownshire Railway. Worth noting is the part played by Garlieston in the development and testing of the Mulberry harbours that were deployed during the D-Day Landings. Today, the harbour provides berthing for leisure and fishing craft and offers a shop and Post Office as well as a traditional inn serving wholesome meals. The gardens of nearby Galloway House date from 1740 and offer a superb network of walks through magical woodland that lead towards the sweeping shoreline. Just north of Garlieston is Wigtown, once a thriving port, and now Scotland’s National Book Town. Apart from the attractive scenery and the varied coastline, the Machars Peninsular offers pretty towns such as Port William, still a working harbour, and Monreith, which was the home of writer Gavin Maxwell and offers a delightful, sandy beach.