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Airyolland Cottage is a detached cottage 50 metres from the shore of Luce Bay and a 5 minute drive from the harbour town of Port William.

From the spacious conservatory, guests can relax and take in the stunning views across the sea towards the Isle of Man and experience the spectacular sunsets that can be seen here.

This is the perfect spot for relaxing or for the more adventurous there are lovely walks, cycling tracks, water sports, horse riding centres and top notch golf courses.   This area has an abundance of beautiful gardens and historical spots that, combined with great pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, makes this the perfect spot for a holiday with friends and family.

Accommodation is all on one floor and consists of

 Sitting room with open fire, dining area, TV and DVD

Conservatory  and dining area overlooking the sea with radio and CD player 

Kitchen with washer, electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, microwave, toaster, coffee maker

 2 double bedrooms;  1 twin bedroom;  walk-in shower room 

Enclosed garden

Barbecue, garden furniture and bicycle store

Dogs welcome


Electricity included plus coal and logs for open fire

All bed linen and towels included

The small print!

 Max of 3 well behaved dogs welcome @ £20 per dog per week

Returnable security deposit of £150

If it’s epic seascapes you crave, then this is the beach for you. This southerly beach in Galloway is located in Scotland’s balmiest region on the (ahem) Scottish Riviera and on a good day, from its 20-mile sweep, you can not only see the Mull of Galloway, but you'll notice Cumbria and Ireland in the distance too. The best place to stay is the Sands of Luce Holiday Park, who will lay on everything from kite flying to sand yachting and wild beach foraging. If you’ve got some wheels - four or two will do - head to nearby Portpatrick for boat-fresh seafood at the Crown Hotel. Luce Bay and its surrounding areas really do offer the best of the Scottish coast in one place.