When you want a self-catering holiday or short break in Scotland, Kirklauchline Holiday Cottage is the perfect place to get away from it all. You’ll stay in a 150 year old former Galloway crofter’s cottage which is comfortable, stylish and beautifully appointed. Enjoy a stunning sea view from the garden and from the front windows of this beautiful south facing holiday accommodation. Kirklauchline cottage sleeps 4 people in one double bedroom and one twin. Pets are welcome too.
Kirklauchline cottage is just 3.5 miles from the pretty fishing village of Portpatrick in the Rhins of Galloway, south west Scotland. With a good choice of restaurants and bars Portpatrick is a popular tourist spot. Formerly a port for Northern Ireland, Portpatrick today is well known for its annual RNLI Portpatrick Lifeboat week, folk festival, wonderful sea fishing and boat trips and its stunning scenery.
Kirklauchline Holiday Cottage
This comfortable self-catering holiday cottage is in a peaceful rural location , just five minutes’ walk from the cliff tops, with stunning views across to Ireland and the Mountains of Mourne.
Its tranquil setting makes it perfect for couples, families and friends who want to relax and unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
You may even see some of Kirklauchline’s other visitors which include roe deer, hares, buzzards, and much more. You can view some our visitors in our Wildlife Gallery.
Dog friendly holiday accommodation
With a secure garden, Kirklauchline holiday cottage is ideal for pet owners. With walks from the doorstep and miles of sandy beaches waiting to be explored in and around Portpatrick and the Rhins of Galloway.
We were recently awarded 5 stars for dog friendliness by the publishers of Your Dog Magazine as a Your Dog holiday, where to stay.
Things to do in and around Portpatrick
Dumfries and Galloway is a popular holiday location with a wealth of tourist attractions and things to see and do. It’s a walking and cycling holiday paradise, ideal for fishing and golfing breaks or just for a spot of rest and relaxation. Visit the Mull of Galloway at Scotland’s most southerly point to climb a lighthouse and gaze at the views across to the Galloway hills, Cumbria, Isle of Man and Ireland. The South West of Scotland is warmed by the gulf stream too so the climate is a lot warmer than you might expect!
Contact Alison to book your next holiday in the Rhins of Galloway, south west Scotland. You can make contact by email or phone or text 07824 770968 now for prices and availability. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Kirklauchline.
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