Visitsouthernscotland.co.uk Bramble Cottage, Dalry, Castle Douglas, Scotland, DG7 3UT, GB
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Accommodation Type Town/Village Other Search Terms

Seaward

Portpatrick
Dumfries and Galloway
DG9 8TB

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01556 504030


Sleeps up to
6 people
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Property Details

Contact:
Property Ref. No.SE02WI
Discover Scotland Property?Yes
Accommodation TypeSelf Catering
VisitScotland Welcome SchemesAnglers WelcomeChildren WelcomeGolfers WelcomeWalkers Welcome
Facilities ProvidedDishwasherDrying FacilitiesEn suiteInternet AccessLaundry FacilitiesSky TV
Drying FacilitiesYes
Laundry FacilitiesYes
DishwasherYes
Ensuite FacilitiesYes



External Features

Garden
Yes
Garden (enclosed)
Yes
Garden Furniture
Yes
Patio
Yes
BBQ
Yes
Parking
Yes
Fishing
Yes
Golf
Yes
Beach Walking
Yes
Sea View
Yes
Water View
Yes
Walk to Shops
Yes
Walk to Pubs
Yes

Internal Features

Double Beds
Yes
Single Beds
Yes
Bathroom
Yes
Showers
Yes
Heating Costs Included
Yes
Linen Costs Included
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Tumble Dryer
Yes
Fridge
Yes
Freezer
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Telephone
Yes
Mobile Reception
Yes
Colour Television
Yes
Sky Television
Yes
DVD Player
Yes
CD Player
No
iPod Dock
Yes
Internet
Yes
Cot
Yes
Highchair
Yes

Property Description

With views over the picturesque harbour of Portpatrick and to the Irish Sea beyond Seaward is a stunning modern semi detached holiday home located in the popular holiday village of  Portpatrick.

The local area is superb for quiet sandy beaches and coves well worth exploring. The area has many golf courses including just to the rear of the house the famous Dunskey Golf Course with Turnberry only about forty five minutes away to the north.   South West Scotland has easy access to many outdoor pursuits including water sports at both Portpatrick and on Loch Ryan at Stranraer, mountain biking in the Galloway Forest Park part of the Forestry Commission 7Stanes Trails and of course walking, horse riding and wildlife watching activities.   A special feature of the Portpatrick area is the mild temperate climate which allows palms and other exotic plants to thrive.   Logan Botanical Gardens which is managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens of Edinburgh and also Glenwhan Gardens at Dunraggit are well worth exploring as is the maze at Dunskey Estate Tea Rooms on the edge of Portpatrick.   The local Bladnoch Distillery at Wigtown is well worth a visit and gives a chance to sample a dram. 




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