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Self Catering Chalet Caravan in the village of Monreith. Dog Friendly and close to the beach and Wigtown Book town and Historic Whithorn. Quiet rural site ideal for R&R and attending local events and festivals and unwinding. Close to St Medans Golf Course. ” bedroom sleeps 4.

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This detached holiday bungalow, is situated in a spectacular location with uninterrupted views over the beach and golf course to the Mull of Galloway and, on a clear day, to the Isle of Man and the Mountains of Mourne in Ireland.

There is easy access to the extensive sandy beach and the wonderfully situated St Medans golf course is less than 5 minutes by car. The area is well known for walking and there are many lovely walks in the surrounding area including the nearby cliff top path. This is excellent cycling country and there is easy access to local sections of the 7Stanes mountain bike network at Kirroughtree. Fishing of all types is available in the local area and, for the naturalist, there is much to see.

This is a wonderful holiday base for those who wish to be active and explore or for those who wish to relax and enjoy the ever changing views.


If you are looking at caravan and camping holidays in Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Kings Green, Port William is in a great location.

Port William is a small, coastal, rural village with a great community spirit and an enormous amount of activities and volunteering going on. In fact, the village, in the past, has won a ‘Calor Village Of The Year’ award for exactly these reasons. The Village runs an Inshore Rescue Lifeboat Service, (PIRSAC), a medical First Responders service and a Carnival Week in August to name just a few! This general theme carries through to the camping and caravan park.

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Port William

Newton Stewart


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This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Situated along the coast in the fishing village of Port William, the Hawthorn House boasts magnificent views across Luce Bay. It is just metres from the beach, and offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.

The rooms at the guest house each feature wardrobe space, a hairdryer, and bathrobes. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided, and include fresh milk and homemade shortbread.

In the mornings, the Hawthorn House serves full Scottish breakfast which is cooked to order and prepared using fresh, locally sourced Scottish produce.

Port William is ideally located for exploring the Machars area of Dumfries and Galloway, which is home to safe, sandy beaches and a wide variety of wildlife. Further outdoor activities on offer include cycling and sea angling, along with golfing at St Medan Golf Club, just 3 miles from the guest house.


Airyolland is a detached property in a superb setting 50 metres from the shore of Luce Bay with views across to the Rhinns, the Scaur Rocks and the Isle of Man.  There is a spacious conservatory where guests can relax and enjoy the spectacular sunsets, and from the living room you can cosy up in front of a roaring open fire.   This is the perfect spot for relaxing or for the more adventurous there are lovely walks, cycling tracks, water sports, horse riding centres and top-notch golf courses all within a 5 to 30-minute drive away.   This area has an abundance of beautiful gardens and historical spots that, combined with great pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, makes this the perfect spot for a holiday with friends and family.

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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.

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Creel Cottage is a former fisherman’s cottage in a terrace facing Luce Bay close to the harbour.  It has been modernised and provides comfortable and well laid out holiday accommodation for six. The cottage has a superb patio dining area with barbeque.

Port William is a popular holiday village with its charming little harbour and quiet streets.  The village has local shops, restaurant and hotel.  There are plenty of walks from the village and access to a pebble beach with superb views over Luce Bay to the Isle of Man, Mull of Galloway and on a clear day to the Mourne Mountains.

Scotland is steeped in history so there are numerous historical and archaeological sites in the vicinity but of note and well worth visiting are Isle of Whithorn, Wigtown and Bladnoch Distillery, Logan Botanical Gardens and Mull of Galloway Lighthouse.   If more strenuous pursuits are required then as you would expect there are numerous golf courses, opportunities for walking and watching wildlife, cycling trails and mountain biking opportunities in the Forestry Woodlands.   All these are available close to the property and also further afield for those looking for greater variety.   The seaside location of course means water sports are readily available including fishing, be it sea, loch or river.

Whether you are looking for a peaceful retreat or busy family holiday Creel Cottage provides a superb location from which to explore South West Scotland.

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A typical Scottish laird’s house, in an exceptionally quiet place of ancient culture and deep peace just a couple of miles from the sea. The remoteness of this peninsular at the mouth of the Solway Firth makes the star-gazing second to none.


Inchlonaig House is a beautifully decorated contemporary house located in the picturesque and unspoilt coastal village of Port William. Ideal for families and large groups, the spacious 4 bedroom detached self catering holiday house is set in the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway, and sleeps eight adults (plus two children) in perfect luxury. Inchlonaig House provides the perfect location for a relaxing self catering holiday in one of the most peaceful and tranquil areas in Scotland or an excellent base from which to explore South West Scotland. For a more active holiday, this luxury self-catering accommodation is located close to some of the best mountain biking trails in the UK, excellent for golfing holidays, walking, cycling, fishing and horse riding. Situated on the north side of the village, the beach is literally a stone’s throw away, so the house enjoys panoramic views across Luce Bay to the Mull of Galloway. Port William is a bustling, friendly village, with a range of small local shops, a hotel and an excellent Restaurant. It is within easy reach of Wigtown – Scotland’s National Book Town, the ferry port of Stranraer and the pretty market town of Newton Stewart.

Galloway Luxury Cottages
2 Second Sands
Port William

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Inchlonaig House is a beautifully decorated contemporary holiday cottage located in the picturesque coastal village of Port William.

Ideal for families and large groups, the spacious 4 bedroom detached self catering holiday cottage is set in the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway, and sleeps eight adults (plus two children) in perfect luxury.

Inchlonaig House provides the perfect location for a relaxing self catering holiday in one of the most peaceful and tranquil areas in Scotland or an excellent base from which to explore South West Scotland.

2 Second Sands

Port William

Newton Stewart


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Set on the coast road with views over Luce Bay to the Mull of Galloway, this B&B is a 13-minute walk from central Port William.
The 4 relaxed, bright rooms come with free WiFi and tea and coffeemaking facilities; 1 has a TV and a sea view. Bathrooms are shared or en suite.
Cooked breakfast is served in a dining room overlooking Luce Bay. There’s also a sitting room with a fireplace and a TV.
Second Sands
Port William
Newton Stewart

Situated near Port William with unrestricted views over Luce Bay onto the Mull of Galloway, we are perfectly sited to offer an ideal holiday for visitors of all ages. With safe beaches, a wide variety of wildlife, beautiful countryside for walking and cycling, golf, fishing, wonderful sunsets and a friendly welcome, you are sure to enjoy your stay. One king-size bedroom with en-suite facilities, one double room with sea view, one twin and one single room.

Hawthorn House
Main Street
Port William

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Set in the beautiful countryside of Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, Burnside is a charming 19th century cottage. You’ll find it tucked away in a tranquil valley surrounded by rolling green fields.

There’s no other house close by. Just you, the wildlife and the view. Enjoy a drink in the enclosed garden while trying to spot dozens of varieties of local birds. BBQ a lobster caught by local fishermen. Or wander down to the pretty fishing village of Port William just over a mile away.


Sleeps 6 – 1 double and 2 twin rooms. Set in its own grounds on a dairy farm, Amisfield’s location outdoors and its opulent furnishings indoors offer the essentials of modern living in an idyllic rural setting. Newly refurbished, accommodation includes a large lounge/dining area with open fire, satellite TV. The kitchen is fully fitted with integrated appliances.

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Surrounded by broad fields, Craiglemine Cottage is the place to unwind for a short break or longer holiday. We have one double and one twin room both with tea/coffee making facilities and a residents’ lounge. Evening meals available. Children welcome. Private off-road parking.

Craiglemine Cottage
by Whithorn


We look forward to welcoming you to our home in the south Machars peninsula, near Whithorn and Port William. Our STB 3-star accommodation comprises of one family room with double and single beds, one double room and one twin room, all en-suite, with tea- and coffee-making facilities, colour TV and controllable radiators. Guests’ lounge / conservatory with small pool and waterfall facing, in landscaped gardens.

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by Whithorn

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Galloway Garden Cottage is a one bedroom cottage located in the grounds of an old Georgian manse in the small village of Mochrum. The accommodation is ideally suited to two people sharing. There is an open plan kitchen and sitting room, which leads through to a double bedroom which then leads throught to a shower room and WC. The kitchen benefits from a gas hob and electric oven and built-in under counter fridge. There is also a microwave, toaster and electric kettle. There is a breakfast bar for dining. In the sitting area there is a comfortable seating to relax on in front of our large cosy wood burning stove.


Three cottages sleep a total of 14 people in a wonderful get away from it setting. Ravenstone Mains Cottage and Ravenstone Stables sleep four each and share a beautiful large garden with sandstone table and chairs for bbq-ing and relaxing. Each cottage has one double and one twin room and a bathroom with bath and shower upstairs. Downstairs, each has a modern country kitchen with all mod cons and a comfortable living room with wood-burning stove. Games/books/videos or DVDs are supplied in each cottage as is a portable CD player. These are great places for children as well as adults who want to escape from it all. New from May 2012 Keeper’s Cottage sleeps 7 in a refurbished gamekeeper’s cottage. One double bedroom, one twin and one child’s single room upstairs with full bathroom; downstairs one double bedroom, living room, dining room with open fireplace, kitchen with modern double oven/gas hob, pantry with washer/dryer and shower/wc room. Small garden in front of cottage, and large play garden in rear for ball games and trampoline.

Ravenstone Cottages
Raven stone
by Whithorn


Keeper’s Cottage is a historical gamekeeper’s cottage with lovely proportioned rooms and period features. Located in the idyllic rural hamlet of Ravenstone, 15 minutes drive from Wigtown. Private back garden and a pirate ship in the woodland across the driveway at our sister cottages. Keeper’s Cottage is on two floors. Downstairs there’s a pantry, shower room, kitchen, opening into the dining room, with an open fireplace. The living room has period shutters, tv/DVD and board games. There’s a spacious double bedroom on the ground floor too – great if you’re traveling with folks not keen on stairs. Upstairs there’s a spacious double and large twin and a small single room for a child only and the bathroom. For more details and online booking see our own website.

Keeper’s Cottage
Near Whithorn


West Barr is a small, family-run caravan park where you can own your own holiday home or make use of our 2-bedroom holiday cottage. West Barr Cottage is 3-star, VisitScotland self-catering accommodation just yards from the sea on the shores of Luce Bay, South West Scotland.

West Barr Cottage
Port William

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The Smiddy is a comfortable detached cottage in the tranquil hamlet of Glasserton. This is in the beautiful area of Galloway called the Machars, the area is rich in wildlife and history. The cottage has gated access and parking for several cars is available, this is off road.
Ideally located for walking, golf, fishing, exploring coastal villages, local galleries, restaurants and cycling, close by are the 7 Stanes off road bike trails. The area in which the Smiddy is located has been designated a Dark Skies Park due to the lack of light pollution and the quality of the night skies is amazing, ideal for stargazing.
This cottage is a former blacksmiths and has a “get away from it all” feel, the ideal place to recharge your batteries, whilst only being a short drive from local shops and archaeological sites at Whithorn, the Isle of Whithorn with its accessible harbour and excellent pub, The Steampacket    (CAMRA Award winner) and numerous peaceful beaches especially at Monreith.
The Smiddy has a large open living area with kitchen, lounge with a log burner and dining area, the French doors open onto the patio/barbeque seating area and spacious garden, the garden is secure and fenced in, there stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
Bed linen and towels are provided for your use during your stay, there is storage for bikes with an anchor point for locks. One well behaved dog is welcome and a dog run is available in the garden for your use (bring your own bedding and bowls).    
There will be a welcome bottle of wine for your arrival, we also supply some complimentary tea, coffee and milk. 

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If you are thinking of purchasing your own holiday home by the sea then West Barr Holiday Park is the place for you.  Established in 1961 by ‘Granny Stewart’ with one static holiday home the park has grown over the years and in 2007 Ean & Joyce upgraded the entire park to modern standards.  Piped services, gravel parking space, individual sea view to each pitch and 11 month season March – January.

Port William

Newton Stewart



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