Charming detached holiday cottage in elevated position overlooking the coastal village of Port William.
All ground floor and with superb coastal views, this lovely cottage is the ideal base for exploring this rich and varied corner of Scotland.
This coastal cottage has three bedrooms offering a choice of accommodation across a twin, a double and a further double with an en-suite shower room.
The spacious kitchen has two electric ovens and a dining/breakfast area with a separate dining room next door.
The comfortable sitting room overlooks the village and the sea and has French doors that you can open to let the sea breeze drift through.
The side garden at Griffin Lodge is tiered and has furniture, making it the ideal place to relax and drink in the views towards the Mull of Galloway and the Isle of Man.
Visit the beaches, enjoy coastal walks and cycle the 7stanes routes nearby in the Galloway Forest Park.
Try sea angling the Luce Bay or visit the nearby Monreith Animal World to glimpse sea otters amongst others (Mar-Oct) or see whisky being made at Bladnoch.
A superb coastal cottage with something for everyone whatever the season.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, bidet, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast/dining area. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room.
About the location
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.