This spacious, traditional detached 18th Century cottage is full of character in a tranquil, rural location.With awood-burning stove it is cosy and comfortable, to enjoy theopen views over neighbouring farmland to the high hills of Galloway.
This spacious, traditional detached 18th Century cottage is full of character in a tranquil, rural location. The cottage itself has been carefully furnished and equipped and, having an open fire in the living room and a wood-burning stove in the lounge, is cosy and comfortable. The cottage has open views over neighbouring farmland to the high hills of Galloway, and the garden is visited by a variety of wild and bird life. It is conveniently situated within a few minutes' drive of Castle Douglas, known locally as The Food Town with many independent retailers.
There are plentiful opportunities to explore the local area including the historic Caerlaverock Castle with its unusual triangular floor plan and Moat Brae in Dumfries, where J M Barrie wrote Peter Pan. Leisure pursuits in the area include plentiful golfing opportunities including 18 hole courses at Castle Douglas and New Galloway with many other 18 hole and 9 hole golf courses available nearby including the Links Championship course at Southerness. The Forestry Commission 7Stanes Mountain Bike Trails are located throughout the region with the nearest being at Dalbeattie Forest about a 15 minute drive away and also in Dumfries at both Mabie & Ae Forests, a little further afield are the trails in the Galloway Forest Park (Britain's first designated Dark Sky Park). There are plethoras of walking opportunities within a short drive including beach, cliff top, forest and for those who seek something more strenuous, hill walks. Course and sea fishing are readily available throughout the area.
In autumn and winter large numbers of the Svalbard population of barnacle geese arrive at the RSPB Mersehead Reserve on the Solway Coast giving an unrivalled chance to see these amazing birds and other winter visitors - more information at : http://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/m/mersehead/index.aspx . The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Centre at Caerlaverock, near Dumfries is also well worth a visit.
For the young at heart (and not so young) a visit to Cream O'Galloway should be considered with it's adventure playground for all ages, farm tours, ice cream (you can have a go at making your own), pond dipping and wildlife walks are just a taster of what is available. The Cocoa Bean Factory is a must for all young chocoholics, where chocolate workshops are held daily, indoor and outdoor play areas, a cafe and a shop are on offer. For older children and adults, Galloway Activity Centre offers many water based activities including Sailing andKayaking, land based activities are also offered.Laggan Outdoor offers activites including one of the longest Zip Wires in Europe, Segway Adventure tours, Mountain Balling and Clay Pigeon Shooting to name a few.
Post Code: DG7 3AN
Ringanwhey is let Saturday - Saturday. Short breaks are welcome please contact us with your requirements.
For any 2 consecutive weeks booked a 20% discount will be applied (Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer)
To save space in your car why not have your groceries delivered? Both Tesco & Asda deliver to Ringanwhey
Accommodation for 4 on one floor: Large lounge with Wood Burning stove; Living room with open fire; Kitchen/Dining area; Bathroom with separate shower (heated towel rail, shaver point); Separate W.C; and 2 Twin bedrooms.
* Electric heating (cost included) * Initial supply of logs and coal for fires * Bed linen included (please bring your own towels) * Washer Drier * Dishwasher * Fridge * Freezer * Integrated oven and ceramic hob * Microwave * 2 TV's * 2 DVD players * CD player *Ipod Dock* Off road parking * Enclosed garden with patio and furniture * 1 dog welcome *
Extras: 20 per dog per week - one dog only permitted. 25 per week winter fuel surcharge October to March inclusive.