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If you’re looking for architectural wonders, visit the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle, the ancient striding arches and Sweetheart Abbey. For a last minute break to Dumfries and Galloway find your perfect last minute cottage or lodge with Snaptrip's deals on late availability accommodation.

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  1. Jacquelyn

    Verified purchase

    "You will not regret booking this holiday let, it absolutely suited us down to the ground. The secure, enclosed garden was an absolute Godsend, meaning our two lively dogs had freedom within the garden without supervision.The kitchen utensils, crockery, pots and pans etc were plentiful, decent sized fridge freezer.The living room was comfortable, and warm on chilly evenings with a door opening on to the garden with magnificent views and birdlife.The bed was comfortable, with extra pillows if required.The shower in the bathroom is one of the best showers I have ever used!Whoever cleans this accommodation does a sterling job, the house was immaculate, all the crockery was neatly stacked and clean. It’s obvious there’s great pride in keeping the accommodation up to a high standard. In fact, I noticed in the visitor book a couple of minor suggestions from previous guests, and these had been rectified. So minor, such as “it would be handy to have a baking sheet” ; there was a baking sheet the kitchen when we were there.If you’re looking for a chilled holiday, total relaxation in tranquil, pretty surroundings, I cannot recommend this cottage highly enough. The owners were totally non-intrusive, but were so friendly upon our arrival, showed us around the cottage, explained central heating etc., and said if we needed anything to just ask.The area is lovely, forest walks, coastal walks, beaches, villages and small towns to explore. We had a fabulous week, thank you for sharing your little part of Scotland with us."
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  2. Karen

    Verified purchase

    "Location practically right on the Saltmarsh beach is perfect. This cottage has also the unique feature of a sea view from almost every room in the house. Powfoot itself is very quiet and tranquil and very friendly, but only a five minute drive from anything you could ever want but you do need a car and to remember the strict driving laws in Scotland. There are no shops or pubs but one cracking hotel with bar and class restaurant within walking distance. Only one small bus a day public transport but Taxis are easy and plentiful from nearby Annan. We were blessed with good weather, but given the position of the cottage on the beach I’d imagine wild and windy or better still a snowy and frosty Winters day would be spectacular and magical in this cosy cottage. The Lake District , Glasgow, Edinburgh, Carlisle, Newcastle and even Ireland are all accessible from Powfoot. It’d be a shame to miss all the local activities and little gems of places of interest nearby though- The Devils Portidge Museum, The Burns Trail , Outlet Shopping at Gretna, nearby Distillery, John Paul Jones ( founder of U.S navy) museum, walking , hill climbing loads of sailing and water activities- waterjetting a la James Bond style are really just a few. The Creighton at Dumfries a must. Lots and lots to see and do in this often unexplored corner of Scotland. Too much to fit into one week you will want to return ."
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  3. Jayne

    Verified purchase

    "Probably the most beautiful building and incredible location we've stayed in. Perfect for walking the dog, close to beaches and lovely views from the lounge. Lots of lovely touches such as quaint lampshades/cushions etc and bathrooms and bed were very clean.On the downside, it was very cramped with lots of unnecessary extras... Like 144 cookery books in the kitchen... And a very dusty spice rack with some spices dating back to 2007... Also, for practicality, we would have preferred hard floors as we had to vacuum every day because of our very hairy little dog. Would have been easier to keep clean with hard floors. We could actually smell dog when we got there - particularly up the stairs (and dogs aren't allowed upstairs...)Finally, really cheap soap and shower gel seemed out of place in such a lovely place. Perhaps if they had been dispensed into nice containers, we might not have noticed...We did have a lovely, relaxing week there however and would recommend it if these issues were addressed."
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  4. Nicola

    Verified purchase

    "The house is charming and in a beautiful location. We found it very clean and it is well equipped throughout and we didn't have any difficulty in soon being very comfortable. There are two open fires to use if you want, we did, and they were lovely in the evening. The house is warm and cosy even if you don't want to light the fires.The owners have provided some very interesting information about the house and it's history and also about the local area, with places to visit and walks etc. Well worth reading!There is a pretty garden where a variety of birds can be seen, and a red squirrel was spotted too! We ( 2 couples) all enjoyed the walk to Gatehouse, which is about 10 minutes away, and has a well-stocked Spar supermarket for everyday needs. There are several places to eat and drink in the village, we didn't try them all but enjoyed the Masonic Arms pub both for drinks and food.There is much to see in the area and we hope to return to S23663 to explore further!Highly recommended."
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  5. Elaine

    Verified purchase

    "We had a lovely week at 'S81398' cottage in the village of Borgue, nr Kirkcudbright, Scotland. The cottage was so homely and catered very well to our needs, the garden was dog friendly and our 2 cockerpoos loved the free range that they had in the enclosed garden which was really beautiful and relaxing. The hospitality of the owners was lovely they were so welcoming not only to us , but also to our son and family but to the dogs Sophie, and Ella nothing was to much trouble for them. They gave us advice on areas and places of interest where we could find amenities for our granddaughter to enjoy, also where we could take the dogs on the local beaches and forests which was really useful as it was our first time in the area.The food that was served at the local Borgue Hotel was good homestyle cooking and the service was homely, friendly and they welcomed us and our dogs.We would certainly love to return to the area real soon and to 'S81398'."
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