A well-appointed ground floor apartment near Castle Kennedy & Stranraer in Scotland. With a cosy bedroom and living area, this cottage is the perfect spot for a couple's relaxing retreat. Enter Butler's Gait through a communal entrance, and be welcomed with a spacious apartment with modern wooden flooring. The bedroom is spacious and comforting with three windows lighting up the room along with plenty of storage and a comfortable king-size bed to make you feel right at home.
The bathroom is traditional and full of character with white fixtures and fittings and cottage-style tiled flooring. The kitchen compliments the rest of the property with modern decor and contemporary tiled flooring, with all of the equipment you will need for a holiday. The sitting room proves itself to be the perfect spot for sitting and relaxing. The comfortable sofas, woodburning stove, Blue tooth music system and Freesat TV in a spacious room may see you not wanting to leave the apartment!
There is an incredible garden right on your doorstep for you to walk around or simply sit and enjoy, there is also a walking path across the road for you explorers out there or to walk your dog. You can also visit Glenwhan gardens just up the road. The villages of Glenluce, Sandhead and Castle Kennedy are nearby, as well as numerous gardens and beaches to explore. Not much further afield, the town of Stranraer sits on Loch Ryan and has a range of shops, 3 supermarkets, cafés and restaurants, as well as a rail station which allows you to explore even more of this stunning country. Butler's Gait is an ideal apartment in a beautiful location.
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All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and with woodburning stove.
A village in Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland. It offers all of your amenities including two pubs, a bistro and a shop. Glenluce is home to the Lady Stair Park as well as Glenluce Skate Park. The Water of Luce separates the village from the Castle of Park, open to the public. Further north is Glenluce Abbey, 17th century ruins worth a look. Glenluce has theWigtownshire County Golf Course. The town of Stranraer is just a short drive away with a range of amenities as well as a museum, memorial tower and a train station allowing you to explore even more of Scotland.