The Wee Dug Hoose is a cosy and compact country cottage, surrounded by open farmland, half a mile from a beautiful stretch of beach at the small seaside hamlet, Stairhaven. The cottage is currently a very popular four star holiday …
The Wee Dug Hoose is a cosy and compact country cottage, surrounded by open farmland, half a mile from a beautiful stretch of beach at the small seaside hamlet, Stairhaven. The cottage is currently a very popular four star holiday house, attracting visitors from far and wide. The property is double glazed throughout with heating provided by night storage heaters and wall panels, additional heat is available from a multi fuel burning stove in the Kitchen and Wood burning stove in the Sitting Room. Both Bedrooms have fully coombed ceilings with exposed beams and restricted head height. The ceiling is 2m at the highest point.
The wee Dug Hoose sits under a slate roof and is double glazed throughout and would be suitable for those looking for an idyllic country hideaway or holiday let business.
Stairhaven is a quiet seaside hamlet in rural Wigtownshire, near the village of Glenluce. The village has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, shop, church, gym, park with skate-park and a wonderful community spirit. The nearby towns of Stranraer and Newton Stewart both have secondary schools, leisure centres and a wide range of shops, supermarkets and amenities.
The South West of Scotland is well known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and for the diversity of sporting and recreational pursuits. It is because of this mild climate that the area is so appealing to gardeners and there are several gardens open to the public nearby, such as Logan Botanic Gardens, Castle Kennedy Gardens and Threave Gardens in Castle Douglas. The nearby Galloway Hills are popular for those who like to walk and cycle along some of the numerous designated cycle routes in the area, as well as the cycle routes of the Seven Stanes mountain bike tracks including the well known centre at Kirroughtree. In addition there are several sporting opportunities such as shooting and stalking, as well as trout and salmon fishing on the River Bladnoch and the region’s numerous rivers and lochs. Water sports are available on the Solway coast and Wigtownshire has several equestrian centres and livery stables, ideal for horse enthusiasts. Golf is very popular in the area, Wigtownshire Golf Club, Glenluce is less than five miles from the Wee Dug Hoose and Newton Stewart Golf Club is around eighteen miles to the east. The famous Turnberry course is just over 45 miles from the Wee Dug Hoose, on the Ayrshire coast.
Communications to the area are very good with the A75 trunk road providing quick access from the south via the M6, A74 and M74. Ferry links to Northern Ireland run from Cairnryan, which is approximately 16 miles from the property. The international airports of Prestwick and Glasgow are approximately 63 miles and 95 miles from the property respectively. There is a good bus service in the area and trains operate from stations in Stranraer, Dumfries and Lockerbie.