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This spacious, light-filled and airy bungalow is ideal for the gathering of family and friends and overlooks the delightful Isle of Arran and open countryside. A sunset viewed from the restful haven of Sandyknowe is a truly memorable experience and the perfect way to end the day. Sandyknowe is positioned on a working farm close to Coylton where there are local facilities available and is superbly located for exploring this beautiful and largely unspoilt region of Scotland.Read more about Sandyknowe
Property is all on ground floor level has oil central heating and comprises:
Lounge: With open fire and electric fire, TV and DVD enjoying lovely views over open countryside towards the Isle of Arran
Dining Room: A spacious and tastefully furnished dining area.
Conservatory: A bright, large room with open views across open countryside and west towards the Isle of Arran.
Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, dishwasher, microwave and fridge
Sun Porch/Utility: With washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer
Bedroom 1: With king size bed with memory foam topper boasting lovely rural views with en suite shower room with shower enclosure, WC and wash basin
Bedroom 2: With two single beds and views over open countryside towards the Isle of Arran.
Bedroom 3: With two single beds and views over open countryside towards the Isle of Arran.
Bedroom 4: With single bed with pull out single bed available on request and lovely views
Bathroom: With bath, WC and wash basin.
All oil, electricity, bed linen and towels included. First supply of fuel for open fire provided. Cot and high chair available on request.
Fully enclosed garden with stunning views across to the Isle of Arran and open countryside with patio and garden furniture. Storage for bicycles, fishing and walking gear. Although this property does not accept pets there are dog kennels close by if required. Off road parking for 4 cars.
|Nearest town||Ayr||Shops||2.5 Miles|
|Distance||7.5 Miles||Restaurant||2.5 Miles|
|Nearest railway station||Ayr||Pub||1 Mile|
Its dramatic coastline, stunning scenery, fascinating history and heritage, excellent range of outdoor activities, particularly the golf courses which are highly regarded throughout the sporting world, combine to make this region a perfect holiday destination. Culzean Castle, situated on the Ayrshire coastline 12 miles to the south of Ayr and one of Scotland's most iconic visitor attractions, is a must see for holiday makers new to the region. Standing at the edge of 150 feet cliffs with panoramic views of the Firth of Clyde, it typifies the very best of this beautiful region; rugged, dramatic, and awe inspiring. It is a castle with many stories to tell. On the first floor for example; is an exhibition dedicated to General Dwight Eisenhower, the great World War II Commander, who was given a lifetime tenancy on one of the flats in the castle as a thank you for American help during the war. The castle grounds together with the magnificent walled garden are equally recommended and do full justice to the architectural grandeur of the iconic building. Dumfries House in south west Ayrshire is one of Britain's most beautiful stately homes and best kept heritage secrets. The House has been described as an 18th century time capsule since the principal rooms and their contents have remained virtually unchanged for 250 years. It was considered so important to keep this historical jewel intact and accessible to the public, that in 2007 the Prince of Wales headed a consortium of heritage bodies to purchase the property for the nation. In addition to these heritage gems, Ayrshire is also Rabbie Burns' country who described Coylton as "the bonnie glen"! The Burns heritage trail beginning at his boyhood home in Alloway, south of Ayr, is a thought provoking journey through the life of one of Scotland's great poets and still revered today. There are a number of beautiful islands off the Ayrshire coast and boat trips are readily available. The Isle of Arran for example, is considered 'Scotland in miniature' with its lovely coastline and pretty villages, castles, distillery and brewery. The south of the island has an attractive mix of green hills and woodland whilst to the north the mountains loom large with Goat Fell heading the pack at just less than 3000 feet. The Isle of Cumbrae, another gem and accessed by ferry from Largs, is just over 10 miles in circumference with breathtaking scenery and quiet roads, making this an ideal spot for cyclists and walkers. Cumbrae's ' The Cathedral of the Isles' is reputed to be the smallest cathedral in Europe.
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Call us: 01228 406731
The property is well furnished and provides a high degree of comfort. The location is quiet and peaceful and the views over the surrounding countryside are magnificent. Mrs Kennedy is a fantastic hostess, and the welcome pack she provided surpassed anything we had experienced previously. Sadly there was a mishap with plumbing early in our stay, but Mrs Kennedy acted swiftly in arranging temporary repairs to minimise disruption and enable us to continue our holiday.
We had a fantastic time in SandyKnowe. It was perfect for us.
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