Kircudbright was established as a Royal Burgh in 1455, which gave the town status to trade with ports outside Scotland. Kirkcudbright offers an ideal destination for a relaxing family holiday, and The Townhouse is the perfect base from which to explore the area. The property is a sympathetically restored and renovated Georgian townhouse dating from 1801 which has been decorated to a high standard with abespoke country kitchen with marble worktops and beautiful bedrooms with king size beds. The Townhouse is located in the centre of Kirkcudbright, on the beautiful north Solway shore. Many original features remain in this delightful holiday hom...e, including fireplaces in the sitting room and bedroom, original polished timber floors throughout and a staircase with exposed beams. The pretty harbour with its selection of shops, cafes and pubs, and walking or cycling opportunities are on your doorstep.
Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD/CD, small library of books/DVDs. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Travel cot & highchair on request. Roadside parking for 3 cars. Small south-facing rear patio with furniture & BBQ. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop & pub 2 mins walk. Note: Property suitable for a maximum of people (plus one infant or child under 12). Please note: Arrival at this property is from 4pm. Note: 29th June - 6th July 2014 charged at £608, 6th - 20th July 2014 charged at £814 & 12th - 26th Oct 2014 charged at £608.
Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam.
Town: This historic town is situated on the north Solway Shore on the banks of the tidal waters of the River Dee. Kirkudbright's harbour is still active today, and the fishing trade has always supported the town. The picturesque town centre is characterised by wide streets and pretty pastel coloured houses, as well as the fascinating ruined McLellan's Castle. Historical attractions worth a visit include the Stewartry Museum and its permanent exhibition of objects representing the history of life on the Solway coast. Known as the artists' town since the late nineteenth century and a wonderful selection of art galleries, crafts, and antique shops still thrive here today.Read more
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Winter Short Breaks (WSB) are available at many properties in the "Winter" period - subject to availability. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. Off Season Breaks (OSB) are available at many properties in parts of the "Low" and "Mid" periods - subject to availability. The price for a 3 night break is either 75% of the normal weekly rental or, if it is higher, the quoted Winter Short Break price. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. OSBs can be booked within a calendar month of the start date of the holiday. "Last Minute Breaks" (LMB) are available at most properties throughout the "LOW", "MID", "HIGH", "PEAK", "XMAS" and "NEW YEAR" periods. The price for a 3 night break is either 65% of the normal weekly rental or, if it is higher, the quoted Winter Short Break price. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. LMBs can be booked within one week of the start date of the holiday.
Left on 09/16/2011 for a stay in June 2011 | Pinkorchid49
My first trip to Scotland and I was not disappointed. The little town of Kirkcudbright was charming with a good mix of shops to poke around in. We chose stay in the Townhouse, which was very well situated. The house was sparkling clean for our arrival. The furniture was comfortable, well looked after and there was everything that you could need and more. The decor suited us very well, bathrooms very modern, kitchen up to date and all in all a very nice house to stay in. It was somewhat chilly in the evenings but the house has central heating which made it very cosy. I would stay there again especially as there was a very nice pub within easy walking distance and a fish a chip shop that sold everything from a take away fish supper to eat in 3 course meals and even ice cream cornetts for hot sunny days!! The local people were extremely friendly and always wanted to at least say hello or stop for a chat. Plenty of places to visit and we saw 7 red kites on just 1 day alone. The scenery around Kirkcudbright is stunning. My only quibble was the fact that we did find the bed mattresses very hard and uncomfortable, perhaps a topper would solve the problem. One last comment the garden is very very small, really just a strip of path, and would be very cramped for a large party going to the house.
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