Holiday Cottages In Dumfries And Galloway To Rent
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Joanne - verified booking
"Our small family and dog managed to make the best of this house and explored the surrounding areas. The house itself is lovely and incredibly well equipped. The garden is unfortunately non-existent and not fenced off properly and leads, via a 5 foot drop, into a field populated by sheep. There are also building materials around the property. We have a teenager who lives on WiFi- whilst we knew the WiFi would be weak, we had no idea it would be quite so poor - the full Sky TV package is rendered virtually useless for any features that require WIFI. During our visit we had two power cuts, one on the day of arrival for 6 hours, this meant that we could not use anything, including water as this runs off an electric pump. Due to the remoteness of the property this caused issues and after a 4 hour drive we did not really fancy trying to find a restaurant, as the owners have advised, or options for cooking with no signal and tired family. There was also a leak in the hallway after some rain. There are no external rubbish bins at the property- they are at the end of the ‘drive’ which is actually the main road turning. Not ideal if you pick up after your dog and don’t want to leave the bags lying around or transport rubbish in your brand new car. Dog walks - there aren’t many on the doorstep, I walked to the beach which unfortunately I found to be inaccessible due to the large slippery rocks. This is something to be aware of if you want to walk from the house. There are plenty of accessible beautiful beaches if you drive for 10/15 minutes. Changue is undoubtedly a lovely house and very well catered for with lots of extras in the property.The owners also have lots of advice, such as leave your devices at home, which is great as they will not work with the current WiFi set up. Our exceedingly high expectations were merely to have power, water, heat and a decent WiFi signal for the duration of our stay, so we agree that these expectations were not met."
Lynn - verified booking
"A superb holiday cottage in a very peaceful, tranquil location. We were there during the recent 70mph storms but you wouldn't have known it from within the cottage. It was as snug as bug during the peak. The cottage itself is right beside the entrance so very easy to locate but I'd recommend you approach it from the Dumfries side and not the Glencaple side - the entrance is on a very sharp blind corner and crossing the white line to turn into the gates is not for the faint hearted. The cottage has a very large kitchen with everything you'd need for your stay - with double aspect views of the cows in the nearby fields. The lounge is snug but very comfortable for up to 4 people - again views over the fields. The two bedrooms are very comfortable with the master having a stunning view towards Criffel and the river. There is plenty of hot water for the bathrooms and the cottage overall is well heated. Unfortunately due to the weather we didn't spend much time in the lovely garden but on the last day, when the sun shone brightly in a blue sky, I could see what a sun trap it would be in the morning and also in the evening. Wifi worked but I do carry my own mifi connection (Three) and the connection was sound. A well located cottage for viewing sites such as Caerlaverock, Sweet Heart Abbey, Threave Castle as well as more farther afield. The owner was very welcoming and there if you did need anything. Can thoroughly recommend this property if you want to just get away and recharge your soul."
Sam and Lisa - verified booking
"We loved our week at S33829 and are talking about booking to stay there again. There was everything we needed both in the cottage and in the surrounding area. As you'd expect the internet was occasionally a little slow but that didn't bother us. After all, we'd come away to rest and relax. If I were being picky then there were a few small things. Logs for the fire were too big to fit in the burner (the cottage has amazing central heating so we were warm) so an axe or saw might have been useful. We visited in November and we were toasty with the heating on. I really wanted to recycle our waste. I know the owners don't control the local area rules on recycling but it just felt wrong to not recycle. That said, the cottage was lovely. Calming with beautiful views. The nature reserve was fab for walking our dogs. The beaches we visited (we went in November) were empty and the dogs loved them. The Boathouse in Glencaple do amazing food (and takeaway) with a small shop. Caerlaverock Castle is well worth a visit (they have a play area and climbing frame if you have children). For shopping, Dumfries is a short car journey and you'd find everything you wanted there.Safe to say we'll be back again!"
Gina - verified booking
"A pretty little cottage situated in lovely countryside that is both peaceful and secluded but still not too far from Dumfries city centre. You can even order takeaway. The cottage has all the essentials and is warm, comfortable and clean. Our dog loved the area and garden but the garden isn't entirely enclosed and there is a road in front of the cottage. This wasn't a problem for us as our dog won't wander out of sight but if you own a dog that likes to explore then I imagine it would be a very different story. There is a castle within walking distance. (approx 1 mile or so away) and we can recommend The farmers inn for a nice pub lunch.We spent most of our time in the Kitchen/diner playing the many boardgames we took with us or in the garden admiring the views. Our first night was amazing as the sky couldn't have been clearer and with no light pollution the perseid meteor shower couldn't have been more spectacular. Overall we had a lovely short break and we all wished we could have stayed longer."
Anne Marie - verified booking
"We had an excellent 2 weeks at Changue. The house is beautiful, well designed and finished and excellently equipped, perfect for hosting visiting old friends from both Scotland and England. The double oven in the kitchen, huge fire in the living room and beautiful bath downstairs were amazing and very welcome after a long day's walking, cycling or sight seeing. There's so much to see and do in the area that we still managed to run out of time, however particular highlights are the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, local, beautiful, sandy and empty beaches, Red Kite Feeding station near Castle Douglas, horse trekking at Lochhill also near CD and just walking from the house with a packed lunch. We saw deer, a red squirrel, kites, hawks, a buzzard and peregrine falcon, but sadly no sealife! Wigtown was brilliant for us booklovers, though we dispute the largest bookshop in Scotland claim, and Whithorn, Isle of Whithorn, St Ninian's Cave, Monreith and Mochrum well worth a visit and all very close."