Low Isle House,Isle of Whithorn, sleeps 4

This terraced holiday cottage date from 1740 when it was originally the customs house, a part of the Solway Garrison. It has been refurbished to a very good standard and is ideally positioned on the edge ...
Property Reference: W2086 Sleeps: 4 Week rental Starts: Saturday Pets: 2

Magnificent views

This terraced holiday cottage date from 1740 when it was originally the customs house, a part of the Solway Garrison. It has been refurbished to a very good standard and is ideally positioned on the edge of the main street in this peaceful fishing village. Overlooking the bay and harbour, it is within feet of the beach where swans and herons are regular visitors.

Golf, riding, walking and cycling locally along with sea fishing and fishing trips from the harbour. Nearby Garlieston House, gardens and beach, St Ninian’s Cave and the Gavin Maxwell Memorial provide an insight into the history of the area. Visit Wigtown, Scotland’s premiere book town, and the Bladnoch Whisky Distillery, and for a day out, visit Castle Kennedy, Port Patrick, the original gateway to Ireland, and Logan Botanic Gardens with a unique collection of plants from New Zealand and Australia.

Shop 100 yards, pub 150 yards.

Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with toilet.

NSH, elec and bed linen inc. Cot. H/chair. DVD and small library. Elec cooker. M/wave. W/machine. Patio and furniture. Portable BBQ. Parking.

Nearest Location in Guide:

Isle of Whithorn

Customer Reviews of Low Isle House,Isle of Whithorn, sleeps 4

1st comment: Lovely cottage in excellent location overlooking lovely fishing harbour. Couldn’t have asked for better. March 2012.

2nd comment: We had a brilliant time here. Lovely size house and very near to the pub. A few tips would be to stop off in a main town to buy your food etc, Take a first aid kit just in case and dont forget your welly’s! Dec 2011.

3rd comment: This property and the surounding area was perfect for my wife, myself and our two dogs with lovely sea air and long ecluded walks all on the doorstep

4th comment: A fantastic location with wonderful views over the harbour. The steam packet pub was dog and child friendly which makes a lovely change. The house was cosy and you couldnt want for anything in the kitchen, the only draw back- no shower- but we managed. Aug 2011.

5th comment: This was a lovely location, peaceful and very relaxing. Lots to see, visited Stranraer, Dumfries, Newton Stewart, Ninians cave, local beaches - lovely. Steampacket pub in the harbour had good beer and excellent food. Would go back for sure. July 2011.

6th comment: The cottage was in a superb location, perfectly placed with a stunning view of the harbour. It was extremely well kitted out with an assortment of brochures for the many interesting places to visit and numerous books, games, etc. for the possibility of bad weather. I was very impressed with the standard of food and service at the local pub/restaurant, The Steamboat Inn. The cottage was lovely although an electric shower would be an added bonus. I would absolutely recommend this property. March 2011.

7th comment: Very clean, with excellent location! Nov 2010.

8th comment: Location was good. Everything we needed was provided in good order and clean. Oct 2010.

9th comment: Well presented and welcoming.The views from the windows outstanding. All the people we met were very friendly. Good ambiance, tasteful decor. Aug 2010.

10th comment: This property is very comfortable and roomy. It was perfect for our family of 4 and our pet labrador and had everything you could need. Aug 2010.

11th Comment Fantastic location and views across the harbour. March 2010.

12th Comment Beautiful sea views and easy access to village pub. Double bedroom very warm and comfortable. Excellent kitchen facilities. Feb 2010.

13th Comment Cosy cottage right on the sea front. Great views, and a good pub with delicious food near by. Oct 2009.

14th Comment Close proximity to the harbour and picturesque views, beautiful area to spend a relaxing holiday The accommodation had everything we needed and required which was great. Sept 2009.

15th Comment The cottage was very clean; had plenty of equipment in the kitchen; tv worked; sofas were comfortable as were the beds. Bathroom very clean and although there was no shower this was not a problem for us but I don’t think that this was mentioned in the description of the cottage. garden was very small but pleasant to sit in. Aug 2009.

16th Comment Good dog friendly property with excellent walks on doorstep. The cottage is very cosy with a good standard of cleanliness throughout. Lovely view from the cottage of the harbour and very handy for the local shop. July 2009.

17th Comment Wonderful location, friendly, welcoming locals and excellent food at Steam Packet Inn. June 2009.

18th Comment It was a very peaceful village and area, Local people were extremely friendly and helpful. Lovely walks of varying abilities. Great Local pub food fabulous. Two greyhounds and us two humans really enjoyed it. Would recommend to anyone. Feb 2009.

19th Comment Excellent location and views. June 2008.

20th Comment We have visited this cottage six times now, we love the convenience of the siting, the cleanliness, the furnishings and decoration of the cottage are restful and elegant. We have booked again with you for May 08. Nov 2007.

Contact Information

Property Type

Historic Converted Farm/Industrial

Number of Bedrooms:

2

Location Features

Coastal/Beach

Features

Nearby Pub

Facilities:

Cot, High Chair, DVD player, Washing Machine, Microwave, Barbecue

Sleeps Suit:

2