Changeover day for weekly stays is normally Saturday. Minimum stay for short breaks is 3 nights.
Sleeping 4 people in one twin and one double (en suite) bedroom, the property is furnished to a high standard, with a spacious open plan living area to the ground floor (incl wc), and two bedrooms and house bathroom on the first floor. The living space includes a comfortable sitting area, well-equipped modern kitchen, and dining alcove. The first floor balcony offers superb views across the Bay to Garlieston village. Outside is a communal paved area overlooking the harbour and slipway, and a small private courtyard to the rear.
Garlieston village dates from the 18th century, and still provides a base for a handful of fishing vessels. It is perhaps best known as the birthplace of the WW2 Mulberry Harbour - traces of which can still be seen along the shoreline.
Just 10 minutes drive away is Wigtown, Scotland's Booktown with a selection of small shops and eateries, and Whithorn, with its ancient priory. The surrounding countryside is unspoilt and beautiful, dotted with historic remains and interesting small villages, with a rugged coastline offering a variety of quiet beaches and coves.
Within easy reach for a day trip is the Galloway Forest Park, the picturesque village of Portpatrick with views of the Mountains of Mourne, and Scotland's southernmost point, the Mull of Galloway. There are numerous historic sites of interest to visit, and some great gardens open to the public, including RHS Logan.
There is a well-regarded village pub - the Harbour Inn - within 5 minutes walk, offering excellent food.
Allocated parking for one car just outside the property with additional off-street parking nearby.