Barn Cottage offers open plan living/kitchen/dining area with mezzanine bedroom, offering beautiful views of the Galloway Hills.
A lovely secluded cottage tucked round the back of the courtyard with its own private access road and parking bay. On the first floor is a well furnished bedroom, which has a lovely king size bed and views of the Galloway Hills. Bedding and towels are provided.
The ground floor consists of a bathroom, with full size bath and overhead shower, and a fully equipped kitchen/diner including:
Electric Oven/ Hob, microwave, fridge (with freezer compartment) and washing Machine.
Additional freezer space and dryer are available in the laundry room.
Wifi is available in Barn kitchen or in the courtyard, also good vodafone signal with 4G.
A comfortably furnished lounge which includes a wood burning stove, 2 leather sofas, flat screen TV and DVD.
The cottage has storage heating throughout and double glazing. The electric for this cottage is metered, which accepts £1 coins. Depending on time of year, expect to pay £5 - £40/week.
There is a complimentary basket of logs on arrival for the wood burning stove with additional logs available to purchase from the farmhouse.
All guests have access to our facilities including the indoor pool usually open mid April - end of September (pool closed Fridays for maintenance).
Well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement (£10/dog). Cot and high chair facilities are also available to hire on request.
Parking is available at the front door.
Within a short distance of the cottages you'll find world famous literary, food and music festivals, stunning hillwalking and mountain biking in the Galloway Hills and Galloway Forest Park and some of the best scenery and wildlife in Scotland.
Cream o’ Galloway Visitor Centre is the home of luxurious dairy Cream o' Galloway Ice Cream, made with organic milk from their award winning cow with calf dairy farm. Open from Spring till Autumn for play in the adventure playground, E-karts and pedal karts, toddler Mini Play Zone and deliciously tasty events.
Discover picturesque forest trails, world class mountain biking, visitor centres, stunning wildlife and a long and colourful history spread over 299sq miles. Galloway Forest Park attracts around 800,000 visitors per year and is a highlight of any visit to the Wigtownshire region of Dumfries & Galloway.
Founded in 1999, the 10-day Wigtown Book Festival is now one of the UK's best-loved literary events and this year has more than 200 events and activities for all ages, including music, theatre, food and visual arts.
Customer service is available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.