A stunningly-presented detached cottage in the hamlet of Stairhaven, superbly located near the coast on The Machars peninsula in Scotland's Dumfries and Galloway region.
Appointed to an exceptional standard throughout, this Stairhaven cottage is ideal for families or friends who wish to enjoy time together in one of the most varied and beautiful parts of the country.
With panoramic views of the surrounding countryside towards the coast, this Dumfries and Galloway cottage has three bedrooms, including a king-size double with a Juliet balcony and views of the sea beyond.
The spacious open plan living area at this Stairhaven cottage exudes quality and style with a well-equipped, fitted kitchen, complete with central island, a dining area with glass panelled doors that can be retracted to incorporate the lovely sitting room, which benefits from a woodburner and French doors to the rear patio.
Outside this cottage in Stairhaven is a rear patio area and lawn with open views across the surrounding fields.
The coast is just a short distance from this Dumfries and Galloway cottage and the wide expanse of Luce Bay opens up.
Why not visit the stunning gardens of Castle Kennedy and Glenwhan, or take the Stairhaven Coastal Circuit, which offers views to the Isle of Man and the Mull of Galloway, and a chance to spot grey seals.
A wonderful Stairhaven cottage with something for everyone.
About the location
Glenluce 2 miles; Port William 9 miles; Newton Stewart 17 miles.
The small hamlet of Stairhaven, near Glenluce, once famous for smuggling, sits on the east side of Luce Bay in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland. This tranquil spot has an abundance of wildlife and is a birdwatcher’s paradise. Stairhaven is within easy reach of the Galloway Forest, which offers walking and cycling, including the well know 7stanes cycle trail. The forest is also home to the Dark Sky Park, where you can see the night sky in all its glory. There are a number of golf courses close by, including the County 18 hole true links course, which is situated on the shores of Luce Bay. Fishing in the area is first class with opportunities to enjoy both loch and sea fishing, plus the River Luce is popular for salmon and trout fishing. Take a day trip to Belfast from the local ferry port, or stroll along the sandy beaches at Sandhead or Monreith, or simply just sit and read in Wigtown – Scotland’s famous book town. This beautiful part of the country has something for everyone.