Self Catering Holiday Cottage. The perfect getaway for those wishing solitude, tranquility,peace and quiet
Little Laight is built to a high specification in a remote location overlooking Loch Ryan, the cottage is well appointed, light, airy, snug and comfortable. Part of the Lochryan estate, Little Laight was an old shepherd's cottage before its rebuild. Surrounded by rolling hillside and adjacent to an SSSI (Special Site of Scientific Interest) with only sheep, deer, cattle and a huge variety of birds as neighbours.The accommodation is comprised of a master bedroom with 6 foot double bed and ensuite bathroom, and two further twin rooms, which share a bathroom between them with separate access from each. They're all beautifully furnished with stunning curtains and head boards completing the very attractive and comfortable bedrooms. There is also a separate cloakroom and WC. The modern kitchen is gorgeous and very well appointed (a wonderful space to cook in!) - there is a breakfast bar and a dining area at one end and stunning views from all the windows. The light and cosy sitting room is very comfortable and stylishly furnished - an electric wood-burning stove adds to the atmosphere, and a large TV and DVD - if you can tear yourself away from yet more wonderful views!There is double glazing throughout and under floor heating which is provided whenever possible by the nearby domestic turbine - it's very cosy even if the weather is inclement! The cottage has its own water supply and is all on one floor, with a ramp to the front door for those with limited mobility. Outside there is plenty of storage in the sheds beside the cottage so you can keep your golf clubs, bikes, kayaks or anything else under cover. There is ample parking and a barbeque area with garden furniture - perfect for enjoying dining al fresco. The cottage boasts stunning views of Loch Ryan, the Mull of Kintyre, Ireland and the beautiful Galloway countryside.
The perfect getaway for those wishing solitude, tranquility, peace and quiet. Refurbished to a very high specification in a remote location high up overlooking Loch Ryan, it is well appointed, light, airy, snug and comfortable. Well known for its golf courses, deserted beaches and gardens, the 7 Stanes mountain bike trail and very close to the Scottish Coastal path, the area offers something for everyone. Plenty of picturesque towns, villages, castles and ruins, to visit, a good variety of places to eat and a trip on the ferry to Belfast to be considered.
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