A well-presented seaside cottage set in the small hamlet of Port O’Warren, with local amenities 2 miles away. A short walk to the beach, you can sit in the south-facing garden and hear the tide coming in.
Just a short walk from the beach, this charming seaside cottage is a wonderful bolthole for families of four plus a canine companion. Spend your days exploring this beautiful stretch of coastline, embarking on cliff-top walks and beach frolics before grabbing a bite to eat in nearby Kippford (4 miles). Back at the cottage, cosy up with your four-legged friend beside the roaring open fire or soak up the Scottish sunshine in the south-facing enclosed garden while admiring the magnificent sea views.
Inside, this period property has been lovingly updated to provide fresh modern accommodation with a stylish nautical edge. Cook and dine in the sunny kitchen, before lighting the open fire and settling in for a cosy night of films or TV in the lounge while your faithful friend dozes at your feet. When night falls, retire to the king-size bedroom. Come rain or shine, the sunroom is a peaceful space for relaxing with a good book while your pup explores the garden beyond. With a sunny patio, charcoal BBQ and lawn, the garden offers plenty of space for guests of all ages and breeds to enjoy together.
Tucked away down a single-track road, this lovingly restored cottage occupies a peaceful and safe location for families and pets. Set out on foot with your four-legged friend in tow to enjoy wonderful coastal and cliff-top walks from Rockcliffe to Sandyhills. With some fantastic bike tracks in Dalbeattie, this is also a great area for keen cyclists. Meanwhile, golfing enthusiasts should spend an afternoon on the green at Craigieknowes Golf Course (3 miles). When you are running low on dog biscuits and human food, head to Dalbeattie (6.5 miles), where you will find supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and takeaway outlets.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.