|Short breaks||From £250||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
Monybuie Cottage combines the very best of the rural countryside with the many attractions which this beautiful area has to offer. The cottage and surroundings feel as if you are miles from anywhere yet all amenities are available within a half an hour’s drive; sheer bliss. The
cottage has its own private garden to the main house but be prepared to share with red squirrels!
Read more about Monybuie Cottage
The property has oil central heating and comprises:
Sitting/Dining Room: With wood burning stove, TV and DVD - a lovely cosy room with windows to front and rear.
Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, larder fridge, freezer, slim line dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With two single beds
Bedroom 2: With two single beds
Bathroom: With bath and shower spray, WC and wash basin
Bedroom 3: With king size bed and TV - a lovely bright room with delightful views across the garden and en suite facilities including bath, WC and wash basin.
All fuel, power, logs for stove, bed linen and towels included. Cot and high chair available on request.
Small garden for private use and guests are invited to stroll around the owner's extensive gardens too (small pond - youngsters take care!). Private water supply during heavy rainfall, the water may take on a peaty colour appearance, which is perfectly safe to bath in. Drinking water is also supplied. Off road parking for 3 cars.
Please note: There is an Access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599 960
|Nearest town||Castle Douglas||Shops||7 Miles|
|Distance||15 Miles||Restaurant||7 Miles|
|Nearest railway station||Dumfries||Pub||7 Miles|
Corsock is part of the scenic area called the Glenkens which consists of seven pretty little villages surrounding Loch Ken.
Galloway is home to the UK’s largest Forest Park which hides moor and mountain, lochs and wildlife, flora and fauna. Soaring high above the trees are the spectacular red kites and the ‘Galloway Kite Trail’ is an exciting opportunity to view these distinctive birds in delightful
scenery. Its official, the Galloway Forest Park has just achieved an award as one of only four places in the world to view the night sky so clearly and if you have never seen the Milky Way then this is a magnificent sight. As the bicycle was invented in the tiny hamlet of Keir Mill near Dumfries then this area is the home of the bicycle and the county is fast becoming one of the best places to cycle in the UK. For mountain bikers we can offer some of the world’s best venues at a choice of the 7Stanes set in stunning locations. For mere mortals we have mile after
mile of quiet country roads which will lead you to any number of secluded sandy beaches or to a countryside pub to sample some of the great local food. Many of the local towns have achieved a personality of their own through their achievements. Castle Douglas is known as the Food Town with over 50 businesses involved in producing and selling local food. Kirkcudbright with it’s pretty little harbour and brightly painted houses, which nestle along the historic High Street is known as the Artist’s Town. Wigtown is Scotland’s Book Town and for book lovers everywhere it is a wonderful place to browse for hours. Dumfries and Galloway is home to some splendid public gardens and the renowned garden at Threave is no exception. For a castle with a difference let the custodian row you across the moat! There is space and solitude in abundance here and the hill-walking is superb and surprisingly devoid of people and so you can have the summits to yourself! A rare treat! For wildlife the area is unbeatable whether for seeing the wildlife within their natural habitat or visiting Kirkcudbright’s Wildlife Conservation Park or the red deer range on the Queen’s Way, where you can watch the deer being fed. We have over two hundred miles of stunning coastline and where better to cook freshly caught fish than a barbeque on a sandy beach. The nearby Loch Ken is not just a paradise for fishermen but also offers a sailing centre which is ideal for all the family and the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle is a must. This former Douglas stronghold and now the home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch is set in 90,000 acres of spectacular grounds.
To check availability for full weeks and short breaks view our price and availability calendar
From £250 for 3 nights
Call us: 01228 406731
It was perfect for us. This is the first time we had stayed in a cottage with parents (grandparents) and there was more than enough space and everything we needed and much more. We all loved it and had a fantastic time.
Owner's property adjacent to the holiday accommodation. The owners were very helpful and provided a friendly welcome. The accommodation was well stocked with equipment and supplies.
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