|Property: 3845||Dumfries and Galloway|
Sleeps: 10 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
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A secluded 18th century Scottish self-catering holiday cottage on the edge of the Galloway Forest Park. Fully updated to provide modern comforts in a delightful rural setting.
Far more spacious than first meets the eye, the original cottage accommodation has been cleverly extended with the addition of a conservatory to join onto the spacious living room which forms part of the steading.
Sleeps up to 10 (8+2)
Dining kitchen seats up to 10, well equipped with cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, washing machine, farmhouse drying rack.
Conservatory leading to kitchen, living room, courtyard and garden terrace.
Spacious comfy living room overlooking courtyard and garden, with view across farmland to the hills. Wood burner, TV/DVD/Video, radio and CD player, and double sofa bed. Doors onto garden terrace.
- Ground floor bathroom with bath, wash basin and WC
- Ground floor wet room with shower, wash basin and WC
- 2 ground floor bedrooms - 1 with 2 singles, 1 double
- 2 upstairs bedrooms 1 twin, 1 twin/double (zip and link beds)
- Separate upstairs WC with wash basin
- Games room with table tennis
- Gym with concept rowing machine and static bike
- Fishing tackle and bike shed
- Barbeque and garden furniture
- Children welcome
- Dogs welcome by arrangement
Carsebuie is an enchanting country cottage, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, that quickly has you hooked. The views take in the surrounding farmland and distant hills beyond. The birdsong is a delight, as are the red squirrels that frequent the rambling garden divided by rustic fences and moss covered stone walls. There is colour nearly all year round, and plenty to do for all ages.
Pop into the village shop for newspapers and some provisions, or take a brisk stroll up the gentle hills surrounding the cottage. You are far enough away to have total seclusion yet near enough to a town.
Sandy beaches can be found from less than 30 minutes drive at Sandhead, Garlieston, Luce Bay and Port William.
Mountain biking in the area includes Kirroughtree, and the famous 7Stanes over 400km of trails, spread across 7 trail centres from Glentress to Glentrool, aimed at all levels of mountain bikers from families to experts'. The 7Stanes achieved world-class status in only 6 years. Hire bikes can be delivered to your cottage.
Fly fishing permits available on various nearby Lochs and rivers, sea fishing trips from Cairnryan, Stranraer and Port Patrick. Day boat trips also available.
Come and enjoy outdoor pursuits: horse riding, golfing, shooting, fishing, off road and tank driving, hill walking, mountain biking, sailing, wind surfing, and nature watching.
Tennis and bowling courts are found in most of the villages and towns in the area.
Places to visit include: light houses; ancient monuments including stone circles and castles; gardens and tea rooms; antique and art galleries; various museums including gem rock museum and dolls house museum; cheese maker; ice cream maker; adventure playground; open farms and wildlife parks.
Carsebuie is perfect for a romantic break, a bolt hole to get away from the pressures of work or city life, and a great space for family get-togethers.
Dining terrace in Carsebuie garden
|Accommodation & Facilities|
Cot Available: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes.
3 dogs allowed in cottage, kennel available for additional dogs on arrangement. Enquire about house rules for dogs. No other pets allowed.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bath towels tea towels and bedlinen provided
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Disabled Facilities: Yes. Disabled access: Although Carsebuie is a traditional cottage and has not been specifically adapted, the ground floor bedroom and walk in shower is ideal for disabled visitors and those with reduced mobility.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
Games barn with table tennis exercise bike, childrens games and indoor swing seat for younger children. Decking with table and benches for outdoor dining.
Local Services: Post Office, GP surgery, pub, grocers and newsagents at Kircowan (5 miles; Newton Stewart (8 miles)offers a leisure centre with gym and swimming pool, a tennis court, a cinema, a delicatessen, numerous cafes, three banks, various restaurants serving quality local produce as well as a Chinese and an Indian restaurant. There are 3 small supermarkets and a range of outdoor activities clothing and equipment shops, a chemists, a vet and a health centre.
Get 4 Nights For The Price Of Three 3 i.e. a midweek break of 4 nights costs the same as a 3 night weekend break.
Car recommended Nearest airport: Glasgow Prestwick ( 1¾ hrs by car), Glasgow International (2¼), Newcastle (3hrs) Nearest train station: Barhill (30 mins by car), Dumfries (1 hr), Carlisle (2hrs)
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