Auld Dairy Luxury Holiday Cottage, Dumfries and Galloway
Surrounded by breathtaking scenery the Auld Dairy Cottage offers the ultimate luxurious relaxing, stress free holiday with all our creature comforts. The Auld Dairy Cottage is situated just outside the most southern village in Scotland - Drummore.
The cottage provides picturesque views overlooking Luce Bay and the Galloway Hills.
The Auld Dairy Cottage has been completely refurbished throughout to provide luxurious accommodation for guests. The cottage offers excellent family accommodation in one of the most unspoiled areas in Scotland. The village of Drummore is approximately a miles drive from the cottage. The village has a small convenience store, post office and pubs serving food
All bedrooms are generously spaced out bringing the comforts from home. The main bathroom is large with a generously sized shower area, bath, sink and toilet.
French doors open out onto the patio area with a picnic table. The patio area is secure giving you peace of mind and allowing the children the opportunity to play safely.
The area provides excellent walks, cycle routes while admiring the unspoiled landscape. Scotland's 'southern highlands' are ideal for walkers of all abilities and, for the real enthusiast; there is Scotland's coast to coast long distance footpath.
Try your hand on the Golf Course
There is a selection of Golf courses within a half hour drive from the cottage. In Portpatrick just outside Stranraer the golf club offers two courses 18 hole Dunskey Course and 9 hole par 3 Dinvin Course.
Due to the unique geographical position of the Wigtownshire region, which allows the warm breezes of the Gulf Stream from the Gulf of Mexico to pass through, Wigtownshire has some of the most beautiful, diverse and spectacular gardens within Scotland.
The Mull of Galloway is approximately 5 miles away from the village of Drummore. The Mull of Galloway is the southerly most point in Scotland which is home of the lighthouse and spectacular views over Ireland's Antrim Hills and the Cumbrian coast of north-west England, and across Luce Bay to the Machars of Galloway and the Galloway Hills. Tours of the lighthouse are available at the weekends from April to September.
The Mull of Galloway is residence to a RSPB nature reserve. The reserve lies at the most southerly point in Scotland with stunning views in many directions. The cliffs are home to more than 3,500 nesting seabirds such as puffins, guillemots, black guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes and fulmars. There is also a visitor centre that provides information about birds, rare plants and marine life. The visitor centre is free of charge but donations are welcome.
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This page was last updated: 14 September 2011