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Drumfad Holiday Homes

 
Self Catering
Port William
Sleeps: 9
Price from: £300.00 to £540.00 pw

Near the picturesque harbour village of Port William, Drumfad Holiday Homes offers a high standard of self-catering holiday accommodation.

The holiday homes at Drumfad are the perfect base from which to explore all that this beautiful corner of south west Scotland has to offer.

Both Drumfad Cottage and The Barn have been fully refurbished to provide spacious and well-equipped accommodation to a luxury standard.

They can be let separately or together and can sleep up to six people each, which makes them ideal for couples, families or groups.

The Cottage – Sleeps 4/6

The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor, a spacious open-plan living and kitchen area.

This  includes an electric oven/hob, a microwave, a dishwasher and a fridge-freezer and a washing machine.

There are leather sofas a large screen TV with Free Sat, DVD player and Nintendo Wii. Also a log burning fire and there is also a downstairs WC.

There is also a selection of books and board games for you to use.

The first floor comprises

Two luxury bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two singles. Each room is furnished to a very high standard. There is a main bathroom with sink, WC, bath and shower.

All bed linen and towels are provided.

The Barn – Sleeps 5/7

Renovated in 2012, also to an exceptionally high standard, The Barn too has a ground source heat pump and solar panels providing underfloor heating and hot water 24 hours a day.

The accommodation is all on one level and comprises of a spacious living area with leather sofas a large screen TV with Free Sat, DVD player, Nintendo Wii and a log burning fire.

There are also a selection of books and games for you to enjoy.

The well equipped kitchen overlooks the living area and contains all the modern appliances for that perfect meal. Including an electric oven with hob, a fridge-freezer and microwave. A dishwasher, and a washing machine

There are two luxury bedrooms,

One with a king-size bed and the other with three singles.

Both bedrooms have en-suite facilities.

All bed linen and towels are provided.

There is a small charge to bring your pet.    

 
 

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Drumfad Holiday Homes - Contact Information

Drumfad Holiday Homes
Low Drumfad Farm
Port William
DG8 9PU

01988 700545


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Low Drumfad Farm
Port William
DG8 9PU

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