This well-presented detached cottage is superbly located near the beach in Southerness, on Scotland's beautiful Solway Coast.
Very well-appointed throughout to provide stylish, comfortable accommodation, this Southerness cottage is ideal for families or friends looking for a tranquil break amidst the lovely coastal scenery.
All ground floor and beautifully decorated throughout, this Southerness cottage has a kitchen, spacious sitting room with dining area and an electric fire in a feature fireplace, and four comfortable double bedrooms, two of which boast en-suite shower rooms.
At the front of this Southerness cottage is a forecourt providing off road parking for four cars, while the rear patio is a delightful space to dine alfresco or simply relax and plan the day ahead.
The expanse of beach and a traditional harbour make Southerness a popular destination for couples and families alike, and it's only 150 yards from the door of this Southerness cottage, making this a wonderful seaside holiday home.
Further along the coast is Rockcliffe, also boasting a delightful beach.
Southerness is close to the Galloway Hills forest which is an ideal venue for walking and cycling in the 7stanes routes.
An ideal Southerness cottage to get away from it all and enjoy this lovely area of southern Scotland.
All ground floor. Four three quarter double bedrooms (one with en-suite wet room with shower, basin and WC and one with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Bathroom with corner bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast area. Utility. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
About the location
Castle Douglas 19 miles; Dalbeattie 13 miles; Dumfries 16 miles.
Southerness is a small coastal village established in the late 18th century, which looks out over the Solway Firth, and forms part of the Colvend coast, one of the finest stretches of coastline on the 'Scottish Riviera'. Home to two pubs, a village store, a leisure centre with a pool and two miles of sandy beaches with sand dunes, rock pools and Gulf Stream warmed waters, and one of the oldest lighthouses in Scotland, built in 1748, it has everything you will need for a relaxing holiday. The nearby Criffel Hill rises to 569m, offers wonderful views of the farmland and the sands of the Nith Estuary below, and provides great walking opportunities. The Southerness Championship Golf Course adjoins the village and offers panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the Cumbrian Lake District to the south and the Galloway Hills to the west. A great location, with something to keep everybody occupied.
Note: Max 8 guests inc. infants.