LATE DEAL Sunday 14 July - 5 nights - SW SCOTLAND - LODGE -
Dalbeattie, Dumfries & Galloway
Kippford, Dumfries & Galloway, 3 Bed Holiday Lodge, Last minute deal, 6/7 nights £575 (originally was £800). Available today twelve July for seven nights or tomorrow Sat thirteen July for six nights Please phone Merv on 07980 XXXXXX prior to booking £150 refundable security deposit to be paid on arrival Lodge is well equipped to a high standard. This luxury lodge is petfree, however we have another lodge where dogs are accepted at a charge of £25 per dog The lodge comfortably sleeps six on one level and is ideally suited to couples and families of all ages. Spacious open plan living room/dining room/kitchen. Fridge-freezer, full cooker & hob, microwave, dishwasher, dining table for six Leather sofa and 2 large armchairs all recliners Freesat 40″ TELEVISION, DVD player Master bedroom – king-size bed; en-suite with walk-in shower. 2 twin bedrooms Travel cot & High Chair available Family bathroom with shower over bath Washing machine Linen, towels, tea towel, hairdryer, iron & ironing board Parking for 2/3 cars Terraced with covered deck at front patio furniture, level garden, ideal for the garden games included Wi-fi Local amenities Kippford is 10min walking distance or 2 minimum by car, has 2 good pubs serving food (The Anchor and The Mariner) and The Ark gift shop and Tea Room and a 9-hole golf course. Colvend, 2 mis/5 minimum drive, has a good general store & cafe, Treats & Eats (summer season). General shopping including award-winning butchers and an independently-owned small supermarket, is available in Dalbeattie, 3 mis/5 minimum by car. There is also Luigi’s Italian and other local hotels and cafes for eating out. Other places nearby for good food are the Steamboat Inn, Carsethorn and lots more round & about. Castle Douglas, Scotland’s ‘Food Town’, is twenty minimum drive, with many independent shops. Beeswing, on the way to Dumfries, has the excellent Loch Arthur Farm Shop & Café. Places to visit Kippford on the Solway Coast has lots to offer for the outdoor enthusiast - walking, cycling and picturesque views. Stunning coastline and various beaches to explore. Scottish National Trust nearby. There are many beaches in the area. Rockcliffe beach within one mile or Sandyhills 3mis by car is one of the largest with shop and picnic areas. Galloway Forest Park has forest drives, red deer and wild goats by day but is also home to UK’s 1st Dark Sky Park, taking advantage of the stunning night skies in this unspoilt region.
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