Portpatrick is a delightful little village on the western shore of the Rhins of Galloway in the south west of Scotland, looking across to Ireland. It clusters around its pretty harbour and on the cliffs above is where you will find this attractive holiday property - a semi-detached bungalow in a quiet cul de sac complete with large conservatory and a most beautiful secluded garden to the rear. All on one level, comfortable and well equipped, it's an ideal base for a traditional seaside holiday.
This is a lovely, peaceful part of the world. To the south, down the Rhins, there are some lovely beaches, for example at Port Logan, where there are also some famous gardens to visit. Portpatrick is at the start of the Southern Upland Way which traverses Scotland, and the first part takes you along the cliffs to Black Head. Inland, you can visit Castle Kennedy, Glen Luce Abbey or head into the Galloway Forest Park.