56 Main Street,
Isle of Whithorn,
Dumfries & Galloway
Pets by arrangement only, £25 each.
Low season £295 - £340 pw.
High season £370 - £550 pw.
For further details please contact:
Tel: 07770 837129
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapThis attractive, stone built, semi-detached house dates back to 1790 and is in a wonderful position overlooking the harbour with spectacular sea views to front and rear. The house is refurbished yet retains charming original features including beamed ceilings and open fireplaces. The cottage style lounge and bedrooms all have stunning views and the house is very comfortably furnished in keeping with the traditional ambience. There is a lovely enclosed organic garden with patio and lawn, garden furniture and barbecue where you can sit out and enjoy the scenic surroundings.
21 Jan, 28 Jan, 4 Feb, 11 Feb, 18 Feb, 25 Feb
- Lounge area with comfortable seating, open fire and sea views, TV and DVD.
- Dining room with beamed ceiling and large dining table.
- Small toilet with wash handbasin.
- Kitchen with lovely views over the enclosed garden, all facilities including washing machine and microwave.
- Enclosed garden with lawn, flowers, garden bench, patio area with barbecue facilities, table and chairs.
- Double and twin bedrooms both with sea views to front.
- Hall area with sea views to rear.
- Bathroom with bath and electric shower.
The Isle of Whithorn:
- Price is inclusive of all electricity and a starter skuttle of coal.
- All bed linen and towels are provided and the house is fully prepared for your arrival.
- Free WiFi.
- All rooms have night storage heaters.
- Pets by arrangement only. £25 each.
- This historic and very picturesque fishing village lies at Scotland's most southerly point on the tip of the Machars between Luce and Wigtown Bay and is most famous for the ruined 13th C St.Ninian Chapel which stands on the rocky foreshore.
- There are excellent local opportunities for salmon, trout and sea fishing as well as sailing and boat hire.
- Around the local area there are many historical places of interest to visit, the local golf clubs welcome visitors and magnificent coastal walking can be enjoyed.
- The house is within a few minutes walk of the local pub/restaurant which boasts lovely food and wines.
- A fish shop is on the pier head and the small post office sells a range of basic groceries and daily newspapers.
- The newly refurbished tea room on the Isle of Whithorn offers light lunches and refreshments all day and also has a small gift shop.
- The Swallow Theatre, a restored and converted byre just outside Whithorn, offers seating for 48 people. It offers a range of high quality productions throughout the year.