Holiday in Bonnie Galloway at the Isle of Whithorn

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Description from the owner

  • Chalet
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: Chalet

Holiday in Bonnie Galloway at the Isle of Whithorn

The Chalet

The chalet itself is a modern fully equipped chalet consisting of two bedrooms, kitchen, dining/living area and bathroom. It is fully equipped with just some of it facilities listed below :

TV and video


Fridge Freezer


Washing Machine




The sleeping arrangements consist of one double room which contains a double bed, and a second bedroom which contains bunk beds. The settee in the living room turns into a double bed, there is also a cot available.

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About the owner

Ann Hammond

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Holiday in Bonnie Galloway at the Isle of Whithorn
Isle Of Whithorn, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland

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Additional Location Information

Isle of Whithorn is a small pretty fishing village with views to the Isle of Man and the English Lake district. Boat trips can be booked with local fishermen There are way-marked coastal paths and nearby sandy beaches. The beach by the property is rocky with interesting rock pools to explore. Nearly is Whithorn with its famous archaeological museum. The local pub features in the Good pub guide and serves excellent meals featuring local produce. There are several golf courses in the area. The Scottish book town Wigtown is a short drive away. It holds a renowned Book Festival annually during the last week end in September and the first week in October. The town is full of specialised themed bookshops. There are six magnificent gardens in the area and Galloway Forest Park is a short drive to the North. The Mull of Galloway [Scotland's most Southerly point} is well worth a visit and the lighthouse is open at weekends. Galloway Astronomy centre is nearby as the area has a Dark Sky area designation. Ferry services to Northern Island sail regularly from Cairnryan and Stranraer.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation

Getting There

Nearest airport: Prestwick, 99.98 miles
Nearest train station: Stranraer, 40.02 miles
Nearest ferry port: Cairnryan, 40.02 miles
Car is recommended



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