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Carse Cottage in Twynholm, Kirkcudbrightshire

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Property has oil central heating and comprises:

Open plan sitting room/kitchen

Sitting Area: With Free view TV and DVD player

Kitchen/Diner: With electric cooker and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher with lovely views across countryside.

Dining Room: With dining table and door to garden and washing machine

Shower Room: With shower enclosure and electric shower, WC and wash basin.

First Floor

Bedroom 1: With king size bed and lovely views

Bedroom 2: With two single beds and lovely views

Bathroom: With bath, WC and wash basin.

Facilities
Swimming and Water

Fishing on site or nearby at this self catering cottage

 

Fun & Leisure

 

Price: £ 270 - £445

 

Luxury

Enclosed garden at this self catering cottage


Types of Breaks

This cottage sleeps more than 2 - perfect for a family holiday

Accommodation
This cottage Sleeps a maximum of 4 people
Accessibility & Suitability
Easy Walking Access at this self catering cottage
Smoking is not permitted at this cottage
Pets are not permitted at this self catering cottage
 
Location
This self catering cottage is within 5 miles of the sea


Cottage address

Carse Cottage

Twynholm
Kirkcudbrightshire
DG6 4PS


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About Carse Cottage Cottage rental includes
Carse Cottage is located in the sleepy little backwater of Glengap yet easily accessible to everything that this beautiful land has to offer. Dating back to around 1870. the property represents superb and stylish accommodation finished to a high standard. Beautifully nestled on a former drover's road, this lovely cottage has glorious views of the surrounding countryside, Wigtown Bay and toward the distant Cumbrian Fells. The pretty little fishing town of Kirkcudbright is well worth a visit with its colourful high street and busy working harbour. The town has an excellent assortment of local shops from individual boutiques to craft shops and as a sea port it is a great place to pick up local seafood and a bottle of wine. From there head to any one of a number of local beaches for a delicious barbecue. Kirkcudbright is known as the Artists Town which is obvious when you see the landscape and amazing light conditions which has inspired artists down the centuries. The local village of Twynholm is home to The David Coulthard Museum and Pit Stop Diner and boasts items from champagne bottles popped by David on various podiums around the world to the actual cars and karts raced by David during his career. The walking here is second to none with a great range of choice from the remote and challenging Galloway Hills to local strolls taking in the amazing scenery. There are a number of venues locally offering the 7Stanes mountain biking experience; not for the faint hearted! Gatehouse of Fleet is a lovely wee toon offering an assortment of hotels, a few shops, a great place for afternoon tea and you can even order a kilt, although measurements should be taken after you have sampled the delights of the Cream of Galloway! The country is home to a thriving community of artists and there are lots of activities centred on arts and crafts. Spring Fling is a perfect example of artists opening their studios to mere mortals and revealing their work. For those who love the outdoors and an adrenalin rush, then head to Laggan where you can sample the heady pursuit of mountain balling. You might even catch a glimpse of the Isle of Man as you tumble downhill. The climate in this area is temperate and if you find that a surprise then do take a trip out to Logan Botanic Gardens where plants from the South Seas are thriving. The Galloway Forest Park is the largest in the UK and has mile after mile of forest which is home to a wide range of wildlife and flora and fauna. Galloway Forest is also an astronomer's delight as it has recently been awarded a 'Dark Sky Park' which makes it one of the best places in the world to stargaze. For those who like their history, myths and legends, then this is the place to come as we have castles galore, stone circles and standing stones, buried hearts and ancient abbeys. There are sea lochs and fresh water lochs and sea fishing for those who want to sit awhile with their rod and bait and some quiet contemplation. For foodies this is the land of milk and honey produced by local farmers and Castle Douglas is known as the Food Town so you can sample as much as you want.Property has oil central heating. • More than one bathroom or shower room • Non Smoking • Fishing on site or near by • Beach close by • Easy Walking Access • Parking Available • Has a Garden •

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