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Kirkdale Bank Holiday Cottage has been renovated to provide high quality self catering accommodation to comfortably sleep 6.

There is a king-size master bedroom, twin bedroom and full size bunk room – all with sprung mattresses. The master bedroom and twin room have black-out lined curtains and windows looking out over stunning sea views.

In addition to gas central heating, there is an open fire in the spacious sitting/dining room and a wood-burning stove in the eating kitchen. Both make the cottage very cosy and atmospheric. Free firewood is provided. There is a TV/DVD and CD/Radio with IPod dock in the sitting-room. The dining table in the sitting-room can seat up to 10.

The kitchen has a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and there is a washer/dryer in the utility room, which also has a second sink.

A selection of games, books and toys is available in the cottage. There is also a highchair and travel cot in the property.

The sitting-room, kitchen, master bedroom and twin bedroom all command spectacular sea views. There is a fully enclosed south facing garden with teak table and chairs looking out to sea. A further large garden is open to the side and rear.

For mountain bikes there is a secure storage shed and outside tap.

Pets are welcome too. Free wi-fi is available at Kirkdale Bank.

Located on the coast of South West Scotland, the cottage is ideally situated for mountain biking at Kirroughtree and the 7Stanes, Wigtown Book Festival, Castle Douglas Food Town and Kirkcudbright Artists’ Town.

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This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Featuring a garden and free WiFi, Harmony is located in Carsluith. Boasting a shared lounge, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. Guests can enjoy sea views.

All units in the bed and breakfast are fitted with a kettle. With a private bathroom equipped with a shower and free toiletries, some units at Harmony also boast a garden view. At the accommodation rooms are fitted with a desk and a flat-screen TV.

A continental breakfast is served daily at the property.

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A delightful, modern, detached cottage situated in the village of Carsluith, near Creetown in the beautiful Dumfries & Galloway region in south west Scotland.

With views to the coast, this Creetown cottage is ideal for family or friends wishing to enjoy time together in this diverse and scenic part of the country.

All ground floor and appointed to a high standard throughout, this Creetown cottage has three bedrooms, a double, a twin and a single, with the double having an en-suite shower room.

The accommodation is completed by a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with French doors opening to the front garden, a perfect spot to enjoy an indulgent breakfast of eggs and smoked salmon, purchased from the neighbouring Galloway Smokehouse, while you enjoy the views across the A75 to the sea beyond.

A bench and a south-west facing garden mean you can sit with a refreshing drink and enjoy the open view as you plan your day’s activities.

Creetown, a small seaport town, is just a few miles along the coast from your cottage and has a shop, pub and Post Office.

Just four minutes’ walk from the property brings you to a small beach ideal for enjoyable walks and excellent birdwatching, with ospreys in mid summer, while 10 minutes’ drive brings you to the beach at Mossyard which boasts small, shallow bays with a wonderful collection of seashells.

A short drive from this Creetown cottage brings you to Newton Stewart with an abundance of shops and two large riverside supermarkets, Wigtown, officially designated as Scotland’s National Book Town, which boasts numerous shops housing thousands of books, and the National Trust for Scotland’s Threave Garden Estate at Castle Douglas.

Try boating or windsurfing on Loch Ken, cycling at Kirroughtree on the edge of the Galloway Forest, or river or loch fishing throughout the area.

Alternatively, enjoy a round of golf at one of the five courses in the area, visit the whisky distillery at Bladnoch or take a trip to the Isle of Whithorn or St. Ninian’s Cave.

This modern Creetown cottage is ideally situated for a varied break all year round.

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Providing excellent four star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Creetown, a small quiet coastal village lying between Gatehouse of Fleet and Newton Stewart, where we hope you will find a “home from home”.

Cherrytrees was built in 1746 of the local granite (with a large modern extension to the rear, added in 1830) and is a listed building that has been sympathetically updated, providing modern comfort whilst retaining its character and charm. The rooms are of a generous size as are the en-suite bathrooms.

59-61 St John St                                                                                                                                                        Creetown                                                                                                                                                                          Newton Stewart

DG8 7JB

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Situated on the National Cycle Route, near the village of Creetown and market town of Newton Stewart, these comfortable cottages offer panoramic views over Wigtown Bay and the Galloway Hills.

Built in a traditional Galloway style, Cnoc Glass and Cnoc Doon are identical semi-detached cottages set within their own private, enclosed gardens on this family-run working farm.

The porches to the front of the cottages maximise the panoramic views over Wigtown Bay and the Galloway Hills allowing you to sit, relax and enjoy the view while the gardens also have outdoor seating and barbecues, perfect for a family get together.

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Barholm Accommodation features free WiFi throughout the property and views of sea in Creetown. This 3-star bed and breakfast offers a garden. Free private parking is available on site.

All guest rooms at the bed and breakfast are fitted with a TV and a kitchenette. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. The rooms will provide guests with a microwave.

Guests at the accommodation will be able to enjoy activities in and around Creetown, like hiking.

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We would love to welcome you to The Steading Cottage at Kirkmabreck which has been worked by our family for four generations, almost 100yrs. This recently renovated farm cottage sits in the heart of a busy working, upland farm which breeds native Black face Sheep and Galloway cattle, it is known as The Home of The White Galloway.

The Farm sits on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Wigtown Bay with panoramic views over the “Machars” and out to the Irish Sea and the Isle of Man. It is three miles outside Creetown and ideally placed for anyone wishing to explore this unspoilt coastline and hills.

This area has so much to offer visitors from the thrill seekers racing round the mountain bike tracks at Kirroughtree to those just wanting to sit back and enjoy the peace and quiet, admiring the daytime views and the night time dark skies, free from light pollution. We are also trying to do our bit for the environment and have our own wind turbine on the hillside generating electricity.

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Glenquicken is a working farm with sheep, horses, hens, pedigree Galloway cattle and working dogs. We also run a trout fishery. The farm is open for exploration by our guests and we have an abundance of wildlife with deer, hares, pheasants, ducks, buzzards, hawks and numerous garden birds. We even have our own resident white barn owl.

Our cottages are maintained and furnished to a high standard and all rooms have stunning views of the Galloway countryside. The water in the cottages is supplied by our own spring which rises deep in the hill behind the farm. The water is very pure and clean as it is filtered through Galloway granite and the sand and gravel deposited from a long-gone glacier which once covered our glen. Car parking is available outside the cottages in a private area set aside for this purpose.

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Two immaculately-presented semi-detached cottages on the outskirts of the former fishing town of Creetown, in beautiful Dumfries and Galloway. Luxuriously appointed throughout to provide quality accommodation, these cottages are the perfect getaway for families or friends who wish to explore this beautiful part of Scotland. Both are finished to an excellent standard with oak flooring, underfloor central heating and woodburning stoves. These delightful cottages have a large shared lawned garden and each has a private patio area with furniture and a barbecue. Creetown, with its location on the Solway Firth and near to the Galloway Hills, is an ideal location for exploring this diverse part of the country. The area offers salmon fishing on the River Cree, as well as wonderful walking and cycling in the surrounding forests and hills. The Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre provides a fun and adventurous day out. Less energetic pursuits include a visit to nearby Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book Town and the Chocolate Factory at Twynholm.

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Lodge Cottage was once the granary and bothy for the farm that have now been carefully and sympathetically converted into a very comfortable cottage containing all modern-day conveniences while retaining an old-world character. Again, the views from

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Early 1800 sandstone and granite bank building set in an acre of walled garden (now the Bayview Nursery which we also operate). Beautiful views overlooking Nature Reserve and Wigtown Bay to Cumbria and Irish Sea. One double room, two triples, from £30 pppn, breakfast £7.50 and one family/self-catering apartment at £70 per night. All with T.V. and tea-making facilities.

Wigtown House
19 Bank Street
Wigtown
DG8 9HR

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A lovely experience! Traditional or gluten-free breakfast and superior fully en-suite stylish B&B accommodation in spacious cottage with guest lounge. Perfect for special occasions or a birthday treat. Quiet location in the rural Royal Burgh of Wigtown, only 4 minutes walk to Nature Reserve at Wigtown Bay and round the corner from the town square. Near Whisky Distillery and Historic Scotland sites & famous gardens – see our website for details & guests’ comments.

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This recently renovated cottage sleeps up to four people. There is a comfortable sitting room, with a wood burning stove and views across a field to the river Bladnoch. There is also a separate, well-equipped kitchen and a garden with patio. Visitors can relax with a selection of books, games, DVDs and freeview channels. On-street parking, no pets please.

Crabapple Cottage
6 Main Street
Bladnoch
Wigtown
DG8 9AB

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Welcome to Crabapple Cottage, a terraced hideaway nestled in the village of Bladnoch in the picturesque Wigtown Peninsula.

This recently renovated cottage sleeps up to four people. There is a comfortable sitting room, with a wood burning stove and views across a field to the river Bladnoch. There is also a separate, well equipped kitchen and a garden.

6 S Main St

Wigtown

Newton Stewart

DG8 9AB

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Stephanie & Carl Davis invite you to Glaisnock Guest House which is located in the heart of Wigtown overlooking the beautiful Wigtown Square Gardens. We offer two comfortable ensuite double rooms with kingsize beds, two single rooms with a shared bathroom and a spacious ensuite family room with a double and two single beds. All room rates include use of the guest lounge, Free Wifi, T.V/DVD/Radio/Freeview and a homecooked full scottish breakfast. Plentiful free on street parking is available. Arrangements can be made for off road private parking and storage of sporting equipment, cycles etc.

We are happy to offer flexible breakfast times, lunches/packed lunches and evening meals are also available. We can cater for vegetarian and gluten free diets, all meals are served in the book themed café. We accept cash & card payments.

Glaisnock House Bed & Breakfast
20 South Main St,
Wigtown
DG8 9EH

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Retaining many original Victorian features, Hillcrest House offers STB 3-star quality and comfort set on the southerly edge of town with open views across Wigtown Bay. We have 6 bedrooms, all en-suite, lovely residents’ lounge and dining room. Perfect base for exploring this beautiful area or simply relaxing and enjoying life at a different pace.

Hillcrest House
Maidland Place
Station Road
Wigtown

This business allows assistance dogs.

Accessibility statement: We have five steps up to the property. We do have a ground floor room with walk in shower with seat and grab-rail. The basin taps are also suitable for those with limited mobility.
DG8 9EU

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30 S Main St

Wigtown

Newton Stewart

DG8 9HG

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Situated in the heart of Scotland’s National Book Town, the property is a converted former Smiddy. Local amenities are within close proximity and the bedroom and living room offer fantastic views across the Solway Firth to the Galloway Hills.

The flat is on two levels with a large open-plan living area (kitchen and living room), and a small bathroom on the first floor, and a spacious and bright double bedroom on the second floor.

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The flat has plain, clean decor and guests will be provided with bed linen, towels, dish towels etc. Efficient electric heating makes the flat cosy.

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In a peaceful position close to the gardens at the centre of historic Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book Town, this traditional flat provides an excellent holiday base in the centre of picturesque Galloway with some of the finest scenery in southern Scotland on the doorstep.
Wigtown has a long and distinguished history, as the former County Town. It has retained an old-fashioned charm, enhanced by being Scotland’s book town. It provides a pleasant setting in which to meander, appreciating the high quality gift shops, small gallery, excellent plant nursery, numerous book shops and many cafes. The area spoils for choice for things to explore and discover, with local walks, breath-taking scenery and nearby Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, wilderness and romance sites. Inland, there are the Galloway Hills with hidden lochs and dramatic waterfalls, whilst the beautiful Solway coastline with sandy beaches, rocky coves and picturesque villages is also just a short drive away.

This business has disabled access.
This business has accessible toilets.
This property allows assistance dogs.

Accessibility statement: If difficulty at front door, please ring bell for assistance.

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The unspoiled beauty of this south west corner of Scotland is the perfect antidote to the hurly burly of modern life. Wigwam® Holidays Wigtown, is a hidden treasure situated on a small beef and sheep farm. Wake up with the cows and sheep grazing quietly in the adjacent field. We have 5, luxury heated, 4 berth en-suite Wigwam® Cabins, 3 of which have with their own fantastic electric hot tubs, to help soothe away the stresses. We are also delighted to offer one of Wigwam’s first accessible cabins. Our cabin is wheelchair friendly, sleeps 5 and has its own hot tub. The cabin adds an extra touch of luxury for all people with or without a disability.

This business has disabled access.
This business has accessible toilets.
This business has a wet room.
This business allows assistance dogs.

Accessibility statement: We have one fully accessible cabin on site with parking facilities right beside the cabin with hard standing suitable for wheelchair users. The cabin also has the added benefit of a hot tub.

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One of the former byres of Borrowmoss Farm has been carefully converted to provide three lovely single-storey self catering holiday cottages. They can be booked individually or as a whole to accommodate larger groups (maximum 12 people). The enclosed garden provides a safe place for children to play.

Location
Situated in a quiet rural location, yet only 1 mile from Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book Town, in the heart of the natural beauty of Wigtownshire, Borrowmoss offers an ideal base for your holiday in South West Scotland.

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