This tastefully refurbished and extended farmer's cottage sleeping up to six enjoys a central position in the pretty coastal village of Ballantrae. The property, built circa 1850, has served as both a family home and a shop in earlier time
This terraced cottage, situated on the main street of the Village, is conveniently placed for the local shop, pub and tea room, each of which is within one hundred yards, yet the Foreland, Beaches and Harbour are just a three minute stroll away.
The cottage is bright, spacious and equipped to a high standard to ensure that your holiday is as comfortable as possible. The accomodation is ideally arranged for up to three couples or for families with older children as it has three separate sleeping units (Please see floor plan). The two upstairs double bedrooms together with their adjoining bath/shower room / WC are each accessed by a separate staircase, and the ground floor twin bedded room has an adjacent shower room / WC. All bedrooms have TV with Free-view and the beds are fitted with electric blankets.
The well equipped kitchen has an electric cooker, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer, together with an extending dining table seating up to six people.
The lounge is fully furnished with comfy sofas and chairs together with Free-view television and provides Wi-Fi access with no extra cost.
The attractive, fully enclosed rear garden is well furnished with patio equipment and a barbeque. It also enjoys views of the sea over surrounding properties.
Accommodation comprises the following
(Accessed by stairs in the lounge)
(Accessed by stairs in the kitchen)
A cot and high chair are available on request.
The property has on road parking and additional parking is available for one vehicle within the car park of the nearby hotel.
Please note, for the comfort of all our guests, we would ask that you do not smoke in the cottage.
One well behaved pet is welcome to visit.
Included in the Costs
Set amidst delightful rural surroundings Ballantrae is approximately 12 miles south of Girvan and 7 miles north of the ferry port of Cairnryan. This corner of South West Ayrshire is renowned for its varied and unspoilt scenery and particularly mild climate throughout the year. The Village has historic links with the Kennedy family and retains a mausoleum for this family in the village.
A very short walk from the cottage takes you to the Foreland with the shingle beach, providing protection to breeding colonies of Little Tern and with the sandy beach beyond the small harbour. On a clear day the Mull of Kintyre, Isle of Arran and Holy Island can be seen across the water, and at times even the shores of Northern Ireland. Ailsa Craig, an island of volcanic rock home to the third largest gannetry in the UK, is clearly visible out at sea.
There are excellent golf courses in the district at Turnberry, Dailly and Girvan. There are superb routes for walking and cycling and some excellent rivers for fishing, the most notable in the area being the River Stinchar. There are also several Trout Fisheries nearby together with many prime locations for fishing from the shore.
The Galloway Forest Park, recently awarded the status of being one of only four "Dark Sky Parks" in the western world, is within easy driving distance, as is the popular holiday resort of Port Patrick and peaceful Port Logan, of TV series '2000 acres of Sky' fame.
|The Old Shop||£450 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.