Bruce Cottage, Whithorn - Sleeps 2

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac opposite the ancient priory site, this end terraced holiday cottage has original stonework forming the fire surround and wood panelling, which creates a cosy atmosphere. Whit...
Property Reference: 24145 Sleeps: 2 Week rental Starts: Saturday Pets: 3

Cosy cottage retreat for two

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac opposite the ancient priory site, this end terraced holiday cottage has original stonework forming the fire surround and wood panelling, which creates a cosy atmosphere. Whithorn is one of the interesting towns in the quiet Machars Peninsula, only 4 miles from the craggy coastline of Scotland’s most southerly point. Wigtown, known as book town, has 18 book shops and is 12 miles away. Bladnoch Distillery, 11 miles. Fishing, riding and golf all available locally. Shops and pub 100 yards.

All on ground floor: Living room. Kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

Woodburner in living room inc. Oil CH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. Digital TV. DVD and small library. CD. Elec cooker. M/wave. Washer/dryer. Enclosed courtyard with sitting-out area and furniture. No smoking.

Nearest Location in Guide:

Wigtown Isle of Whithorn Whithorn

Customer Reviews of Bruce Cottage, Whithorn - Sleeps 2

1st comment: A well appointed cottage - full of character, in a quiet location. Sept 2010.

2nd comment: Had everything you needed and cosy. Aug 2010.

3rd comment: The cottage was small but heated up very quickly. There was plenty of wood for the fire which made the cottage cosy. The entrance porch helped to keep wet and dirt confined. March 2010.

4th comment: We loved the property and had a fantastic break. The last sign we had to look for in the directions is a small dark signpost designed to be read by pedestrians rather than drivers. Be aware it is a small sign. June 2009.

5th comment: The cottage was very clean and well stocked with everything you could think of including all of the cleaning products. Very quiet and peaceful location with a good well stocked local shop and a butcher nearby. Although it rained almost every day that we were there this still did not stop us and the dog, and we had a wonderful time in and around the surrounding area. The walk along Portpatrick cliffs is amazing. The tour around Bladnoch distillery is really interesting even if you don’t drink Whisky as is the gem museum in Creetown. Sept 2008.

Contact Information

Property Type

Historic Terraced Cottage

Number of Bedrooms:

1

Location Features

Town

Features

Nearby Pub, Wood Burning Stove, Enclosed Garden

Facilities:

TV, DVD player, Washing Machine, Shower, Microwave

Sleeps Suit:

2