Holiday Cottages In Dumfries And Galloway To Rent
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Dumfries And Galloway cottages
Mallard Cottage - UK11157
Kippford near Dalbeattie
Laurel Lodge - UK10954
The Hen Hoose
Ruthwell near Annan
Camp Douglas Cottage
Near Castle Douglas
Marwhin Cottage - SWWS
Near Castle Douglas
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Sally - verified booking
"A lovely place to stay if you want total peace and quiet! It's a lovely cottage, very well equipped - the kitchen is large and has everything you could want. The woodburner is effective - the central heating is run from it, so you do need to keep it going if it's chilly. The bed is very comfortable and sleeping in total silence is a real treat. Web didn't use the sofa bed as a bed, but as a sofa it's perfect for curling up in front of the fire. We didn't use the games in the cupboard but there are loads of them!The lovely owners live next door and are very helpful, but will leave you to enjoy the peace without interruption. Dog owners - no dogs on the furniture (fair enough) and be aware that the garden is shared, so you're asked not to exercise dogs there. There are loads of nearby walks, beaches and quiet country lanes, so this really isn't a problem. You're asked to remove pet hair etc before you leave (again, that's fair enough) but with mostly hard flooring and a good Dyson, that was a ten-minute whip round. If muddy paws need a wash after a walk, there's a mop bucket and an outside tap - there are dog towels supplied too!Ruthwell Church with its stunning 8th Century Cross is an easy 10 minute walk along the lane."
Valerie - verified booking
"The location is absolutely unique. We were were privileged to have access to the observation which is attached to the house, from which we could look across the Solway Firth to the Lake District. At dawn and dusk we watched up to 20,000 barnacle geese filling the sky, looking for morning grazing and evening roosting sites. The sound of the geese in the air is wonderful.. Add to this, the whooper swans, freshly arriving from Iceland landing the pond in front of the conservatory and badgers outside the conservatory in the evening. The house itself is warm and comfortable with good facilities. Attention has been paid to detail. There is a cafe on the reserve which is open in the daytime. If you want an urban experience, this is not the place for you. It is fairly remote, but with a car, you can visit the hometown of Burns or the handsome caerlaverock castle and beyond.There is a walk along the marsh to the castle. It is a privilege to be able to stay in the heart of a nature reserve. We did have beautiful weather so it was very easy to be out of doors."
Arthur - verified booking
"This cottage helped us to make the decision to never rent a holiday cottage again and go back to hotel accommodation in the future. Our first impressions were favourable as it all looks pleasing to the eye, but the beds are unbelievably uncomfortable, which caused us to have to get up at 3 am with aching backs and go lie on the sofas instead. The water is not hot enough for a bath, so only showering is possible, but when the bed has made your back hurt, a hot bath would give some welcome relief. The shower tray I tried using didn't have an anti-slip mat and no shelf for the soap or shampoo and I considered it to be dangerous. The door locks are very difficult to lock and unlock and the back door only opens half way. The crockery has seen better days, with the glazing badly scraped by previous users and we considered the plates unhygienic to use. We went home a day early because we were fed up of feeling uncomfortable and tired through lack of sleep. This cottage was the straw that broke the camels back!"
Karen - verified booking
"This is a lovely comfy place in a fantastic location. It has everything you need and is close to Newton Stewart ( just a mile walk along the river!) but is also in a wonderful countryside location next to the river. The views are stunning. Within a short drive you are in Galloway forest or on one of the many beautiful beaches. The whole area is full of amazing wildlife, we saw red squirrels, red deer and red kites! Also peregrine falcons and an osprey! It is so unspoilt with quiet roads and empty beaches. The owners of the cottage are friendly and very helpful with suggestions for places to visit."
Steven - verified booking
"Hen hoose lovely location pubs not within a mile more like 2 you can walk to but not the best at night the only 1 down side with the accommodation was the settees there 2 but the very narrow from front to back became uncomfortable after about a hour of sitting on them apart from that very small thing lovely place would stay again owners nice pleasant people as so are there children very dog friendly as the owners taken there time to make a path which is well maintained the grass is short and a nice walk to the river at the bottom we’re theres rabbits galore running around ."