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Village cottage in scenic area

cosy cottage (sleeps 1–4) in a pretty village, in a great location for exploring the surrounding countryside.

Key Features

  • 3 star rating3 Star
  • Sleeps up to 4Sleeps up to 4
  • Ground floorGround floor
  • Gas central heatingGas central heating
  • TV and DVD playerTV and DVD player
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • IronIron
  • On-street nearbyOn-street nearby
  • Shops within 50 metresShops within 50 metres
  • Linen/towels providedLinen/towels provided
  • Non-smokingNon-smoking
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • No pets allowedNo pets allowed
  • Private gardenPrivate garden
  • Private courtyardPrivate courtyard
  • DishwasherDishwasher
  • Electric cookerElectric cooker

More features

  • FridgeFridge
  • King bedKing bed
  • RadioRadio
  • ShowerShower
  • MicrowaveMicrowave

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Living room with dining table

Living room with dining table

 

  • sleeps one to four: one double bedroom with king-size double bed and one twin room with bunk beds
  • living room with dining area
  • separate kitchen
  • bathroom with bathtub (with shower attachment)
  • private sunny garden

Set in this peaceful yet vibrant community, 4 Captain’s Brae is a mid-terraced cottage that offers comfortable accommodation for up to four people in a double bedroom with king-size double bed and twin room with bunk beds. For eating in, a well-equipped kitchen with microwave, fridge, cooker and dishwasher provides everything you’ll need (please note that there is no washing machine). The table in the dining area of the living room seats four. Use of 100% cotton bed linen, bath and hand towels is included. The cottage is heated with gas central heating and a coal-effect stove in the living room.  Enjoy your morning coffee sitting on the patio at the rear of the property and for the afternoon there’s seating in the small detached garden. There’s also a garden shed, which can be used to lock away bicycles or pushchairs.

Twynholm has lots to offer. Its most famous son is celebrated in the David Coulthard Museum, which has lots of Formula 1 racing memorabilia as well as the Pit Stop Diner. Just a short walk away on the outskirts of the village is the popular Cocoa Bean Factory, which produces hand-crafted chocolates and offers workshops for children and adults. There is a village shop with a cafe, a garage and petrol station, and two hotels, which serve bar meals.

Twynholm is ideally placed for exploring the area. The artists' town of Kirkcudbright with its wealth of galleries, coffee shops, hotels and craft outlets is only a few kilometres away – take a wonderful stroll along the banks of the Rivers Tarff and Dee to get there. The food town of Castle Douglas is 12 kilometres away and the lovely town of Gatehouse of Fleet is only 8 kilometres away; at the Cream o' Galloway Visitor Centre, home of the award-winning ice cream, you can indulge in a wide range of ice creams and frozen yoghurts and find out how they're made; children can burn off energy in the exciting actvity centre. Around the area there are countless opportunities for cycling, walking, horse riding, golfing, fishing and wildlife-watching as well as an impressive choice of sandy, stony or rocky bays with their abundant wildlife and plants. The Galloway Forest has been designated the first Dark Sky Park in the UK; you need to head north for only a short distance to experience real darkness and the wonder of a starlit sky. The Forestry Commission provides information and organizes events throughout the year.

From the south take the M6 and then M74 northbound, leaving at the exit signed A75 Dumfries and Stranraer. Follow the A75 for approximately 100 kilometres to Twynholm.

From the Newcastle-upon-Tyne area, take the A69 towards Carlisle, then the M6, then the M74 northbound. Leave at the exit signed A75 Dumfries and Stranraer. Follow the A75 for approximately 100 kilometres to Twynholm.

From the north, take the M74 southbound and leave the motorway at the exit for Dumfries on to the A701. Follow this road to Dumfries, where you turn on to the A75 heading west to Twynholm, approximately 45 kilometres from Dumfries. 
 
For guest who have SatNav, the postcode for Drumbeg Cottage is DG6 4PE.
 
  • “Been coming to Scotland for around 12 years. This has been one of the nicest and best equipped cottages that we have stayed in. We’ll be back next year.”
    B & T, Leeds, England English flag
  • “Lovely little cottage. It's so well equipped. Lovely scenery, coastline and ice-cream: what more could you want! ”
    R & H, Otley, W Yorks, England English flag
  • “Excellent base for exploring this lovely part of Scotland.”
    LH, Edinburgh, Scotland Scottish flag
  • “A lovely peaceful break. Cottage provided everything we needed and so much more.”
    M&S, South Shields, England English flag
  • “A wonderful relaxing stay at the cottage which is really first rate. It’s ideally located for the town of Kirkcudbright and its many art galleries. Would certainly recommend to our friends. ”
    J, P & M, Cardiff, Wales Welsh flag
  • “Cottage lovely. Lots of birding!”
    D&P, Glasgow, Scotland Scottish flag
  • “Delightful cosy house.”
    DS English flag