A modern well finished house, situated on top of a small hill overlooking a wildlife pond and with commanding views of the surrounding countryside. The house is situated in a lovely garden setting surrounded by woodland. …see more
Beautifully restored, charming 18th Century cottage located in the picturesque unspoilt fishing village of Portpatrick on the Rhinns Peninsula in South West Scotland. A short drive from the Village is The Mull Of Galloway, Scotland’s most southerly point. …see more
A brand new, newly finished house, situated on top of a small hill overlooking a wildlife pond and with commanding views of the surrounding countryside. The house is situated in a lovely garden setting surrounded by woodland and close to all amenities. …see more
Knockinaam Farm is the perfect location for a quiet holiday in the Galloway countryside, within 5 minutes you can be in Portpatrick with a good choice of pubs and restaurants, some of which offer all day dining. There are 3 golf courses nearby. A day out in Portpatrick - charter a boat to go fishing or sightseeing - Cliff top walk - golf or putting. …see more
Situated within the picturesque conservation village of Portpatrick, in the South-West of Scotland, this luxury holiday home is only a two minute walk from the lively harbour, hotels and restaurants. Sit back on the veranda and enjoy the beautiful view. There is a lovely garden with bench seating, a lawned area and fruit trees. Perfect for al fresco dining. …see more
Luxury accommodation near Portpatrick in Dumfries & Galloway. Sleeps 12 with rooms ensuite,pets allowed, beer tap ( beer keg available on request) ,cook available,BBQ Huts at Loch and Bay, spectacular views, beaches and wildlife from the coastal and farm paths onsite. …see more
The Knowe is a stunning large self catering holiday house situated at bustling Portpatrick Harbour. It has 8 bedrooms, 6 with en suite bath/shower rooms, and has recently been refurbished and extended to house a newly fitted kitchen. The property also has a large living room with wood burner, a smaller TV lounge and a conservatory with stunning views over the harbour and Irish Sea to Ireland and the Isle of Man.