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The Cottage at Castle Sinniness

 
Self Catering
Glen Luce
Sleeps: 6
Price from: £450.00 pw

A beautiful three bedroom holiday cottage (sleeping 6) with large social areas situated near Glenluce, Newton Stewart.

The Cottage at Castle Sinniness

sits on a coastal path and is within easy reach of the beautiful beaches and stunning countryside that Glenluce has to offer.

The perfect place to base your relaxing country holiday!  

Living Room

The spacious living area provides ample seating as well as a cosy log fire (the first logs will be provided).

There is a 32″ TV with Freeview channels and DVD player as well as a Bluetooth speaker to connect your mobile or music player.

Kitchen/Dining Room

The bright and airy kitchen features a traditional Stanley cooker, an electric oven/grill, a microwave and a slow cooker giving guests plenty of options for cooking.

Bedrooms

The Cottage at Castle Sinniness has three bedrooms: two king sized rooms and one twin.

One of the king sized rooms has an en-suite shower room. There is plenty of clothes storage available including a small wardrobe space in two rooms.

Bathrooms

The Cottage at Castle Sinniness has a cloakroom/toilet as well as a full bathroom with a shower over bath.

As previously mentioned, the master bedroom is also an en-suite shower room.

Outside

The back garden area is mostly paved and looks over the fields that surround The Cottage.

There is a table and chairs available on request as well as a BBQ.   The Cottage at Castle Sinniness allows up to two well behaved dogs. However, it is important to note that The Cottage is situated on the grounds of a working farm and as such, dogs must remain on leads at all times when in the garden area or walking near to The Cottage.   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SinninessCottage/ Twitter: @Sinniness Instagram: @Sinninesscottage #sinninesscottage    

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The Cottage at Castle Sinniness - Contact Information

The Cottage at Castle Sinniness
Glen Luce
DG8 0LA

01581 500369


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