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3 Kirminnoch Cottages

Stranraer, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway (Ref. 966572)

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  • Sleeps 2

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  • Sleeps 2

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  • Pets Yes

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2 Customer Review(s)

  • Mr Tordoff

    “A perfect and much-needed holiday in this lovely quiet corner of Scotland.”

    A lovely warm, comfortable and spotlessly clean cottage surrounded by farmland, and with a network of quiet roads ideal for our cycling. We chatted with the friendly neighbours there, and were able to sit out on the patio in the warm sunny September weather. All the facilities we needed were down in Stranraer only around 5 miles away. Highly recommended!

    A lovely warm, comfortable and spotlessly clean cottage surrounded by farmland, and with a network of quiet roads ideal for our cycling. We chatted with the friendly neighbours there, and were able to sit out on the patio in the warm sunny September weather. All the facilities we needed were down in Stranraer only around 5 miles away. Highly recommended!

    - Mr Tordoff, September 2020

The property

Stranraer 6 miles.

This end-terrace cottage is located near the town of Stranraer, surrounded by far reaching countryside and farmland.

Ideal for couples this retreat makes a charming holiday any time of the year.

Wander inside to the light and airy sun room where you can relax in the day time when the sun is out and admire the garden ahead of you.

For a cosy evening the dining room is home to a wood burner, stone features, so you can be at one with the soothing ambience all night long.

A dining table rests to the side, perfect for enjoying those home cooked meals without having to leave the heart warming layout.

A double bedroom is neatly presented, with attractive wall pictures, and comes complete with oak furnishings that bring a sense of character to the room.

To the other side, a kitchen is well equipped with all the appliances and essentials you will need, so you can feel right at home upon arrival.

Just around the corner, a family bathroom is ideal for getting ready ahead of your day, hosting quality fittings.

Outside of the cottage, the south facing garden is perfect for enjoying a glass of something refreshing, while sitting on the benches and looking out over the far reaching fields that lie in the distance.

With more to see, the town of Stranraer is close to many shops and cafes, along with beaches; whilst the Stranraer Town Trail takes you into the depths of the fascinating history and beyond.

Three nearby gardens are open to the public and well worth a visit - at Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan and Logan.

A short drive south and you come to the Mull of Galloway, Scotland’s southernmost point.

However you choose to spend your holiday, this is a lovely retreat all round.

Summary

  • All ground floor
  • One double bedroom
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with corner sofa and 43 inch TV
  • Dining area with woodburner
  • Sun room.
  • Oil central heating with woodburner
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with FreeSat, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels NOT inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed lawned garden to front with furniture
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 1.5 miles
  • Due to Covid-19 you will need to bring your own bed linen and towels.

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About the location

STRANRAER

Lochans 3 miles; Portpatrick 8 miles; Newton Stewart 25 miles.

Stranraer, which became a Burgh of Barony in 1596 and a Royal Burgh in 1617, lies on the shores of Loch Ryan on the northern side of the isthmus joining the Rhins of Galloway to the mainland. There are many shops and cafes to while away an hour or two and the Stranraer Town Trail explains some of the fascinating history. For walkers, the Southern Upland Way touches Stranraer on its way through the Galloway Hills, having begun in Portpatrick, 7 miles to the west. Three nearby gardens are open to the public and well worth a visit at Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan and Logan. Stranraer has several beaches, however it is worth travelling to Sandhead and New England Bay for wonderful sandy beaches. A short drive south and you come to the Mull of Galloway, Scotland’s southernmost point. The lighthouse on the headland looks over some of the last remaining sections of natural coastal habitat on the Galloway coast and an RSPB nature reserve has been set up to retain this spectacular and diverse area.

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