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Listing Summary

Listing No:1012
Sleeps up to:2
Tariff / Rates:See listing.
Location Type:Beach
Local Area:Nearest Beach: Powfoot (footsteps)
Local Airport: Glasgow or Newcastle Upon Tyne (75 miles)
Local Ferry Port: Stranraer (100 miles)
Nearest Railway Station: Annan (3 miles)
Nearest Motorway/Freeway Junction: M6 junction 22 South West Scotland
Local Shops: Royal Burgh Of Annan 3 miles
Car Required: Advisable for touring the Solway Heritage Trail
Listing description
Solway Shore cottage Scotland from £250 weekly

Newley Referbished Available From June 2015 from £250 7 Nights

Luxury Detached Shore Holiday Cottage For 2 with Internet Even a short trip will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. A holiday cottage with terrace affords complete privacy yet is situated next to the beach, excellent pub restaurant and golf course, enjoy the beautiful views from the foreshore over the Solway Firth toward the Lake Land hills. Stargazers, look no further, the dark night skies are amazing. There are many interesting, river, sea, woodland, cockleshell walks, and endless sky. One bedroom en suite - rest assured memory foam mattress - bath shower with king sofa bed in lounge - 2 free view TV/DVD - internet - fridge freezer - hob cooker - washer dryer - dish washer - microwave - kitchen ware - BBQ - outside dining - ironing - hairdryer - tea coffee - bath towels bath robes - linen - tea coffee. Saturday market in Annan. Large Gretna, Silloth, markets every Sunday. Regular Farmers markets Carlisle and Dumfries. Let the landscape and atmosphere of this inspiring corner of Scotland work its spell on you. Relax in peaceful surroundings providing all the home comforts to make your stay enjoyable and memorable. A picturesque, tranquil village on the West Coast of Scotland in the shadow of Criffel sits Powfoot.

from £60 for 2 persons per night - From £250 for 7 Night -

For advanced Booking Cancellation, four weeks notice is required.

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Solway Shore cottage Scotland from £250 weekly
Solway Shore cottage Scotland from £250 weekly
White Row / Fisherman Cottages / Powfoot
White Row / Fisherman Cottages / Powfoot
Outside Dining
Outside Dining
Golf Course Powfoot
Golf Course Powfoot
Bath Shower En Suite
Bath Shower En Suite


  • 1 x Double Room
  • 1 x Sofa Bed
  • 1 x Ensuite
  • 4 x Dining Area Seating capacity
  • 4 x Living Area Seating capacity
Kitchen and Laundry
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Drier
  • Large Fridge Freezer
  • Iron and Board
  • Hob
  • Grill
  • Dish Washer
  • Clothes Drier
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Central Heating
  • Mobile Telephone reception
  • Towels supplied
  • Books
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player
  • Internet Access
  • Radio
  • Satelite or Cable (UK channels)
  • Barbeque
  • Garden Furniture
  • Terrace
Local Activities
  • Golf
  • Arts Centre
  • Cycling
  • Climbing
  • Fishing
  • Go-Karting
  • Horse Riding
  • Leisure Centre
  • Sailing
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Pets Considered
  • Long Term Rental
  • Short Breaks
  • Not Suitable for Children
  • Smoking (in some areas)
Location type
  • Beach
  • Hideaway
  • Quiet
  • Romantic
  • Rural
  • Village

Location Details

Shore Cottage Whiterow Powfoot Dumfrieshire DG12 5PL

A wide range of wading birds, geese and the foreshore home to the
endangered Natterjack Toad. Walking, cycling, fishing, and golf at
the excellent Powfoot Course. A luxury spa facility, horse riding.

Journey from the western side of the historic Roman Hadrians Wall
to the breath taking scenery of the lake district, indulge in a
romantic castle or retrace the footsteps of Robert Burns, this area
has many attractions. There is a bus service into Annan and
excellent outlet shopping trip to Gretna Gateway.

Warmed by the Gulf Stream, this is the mildest corner of Scotland, with beautiful coastal scenery and rugged mountains reminiscent of its highland cousins. Dumfries has links with Robert the Bruce and Robert Burns; Gretna Green is the original quickie marriage one stop solution and Eskdalemuir is site of Samye Ling, the first Buddhist monastery in the west, a still thriving community with an impressive Tibetan temple with a range of courses on offer. The Dumfries Forest Park covers 300 acres making it the largest forest park in Scotland, offering a wide range of outdoor activities for visitors.

Situated In the south west corner of Scotland an easy drive from most cities in the north of England and Scotland. This region is well placed within the motorway, rail and coach network. Powfoot sits on the
Galloway Tourist route Solway coast heritage trail.

Carlisle 23 miles
Dumfries 17 miles
Gretna 10 miles
Newcastle Upon Tyne 75

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Tariff / Rates

Payment is usually accepted in British Pounds, unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.

Detailed tariff periods have not been defined for this property. Please contact the owner for specific rental rates.
Tariff Notes

Travel Guide - Abbeys and Priories 1 Dundrennan 2 Glenluce Abbey 3 Sweetheart Abbey 4 Whithorn Churches 5 Lincluden 6 St. Ninian's Chapel Gardens 7 Castle Kennedy 8 Logan Botanic Garden 9 Threave Garden Stately Homes 10 Broughton House 11 Drumlanrig 13 Rammerscales Museums 10 Broughton House 14 Burns House 15 Carlyle's Birthplace 16 Dumfries and Galloway Museum 17 New Abbey Corn Mill 18 Old Bridgehouse Museum 19 Robert Burns Centre 20 Sanquhar Tolbooth Museum 21 Shambellie House Museum of Costume 22 Whithorn Museum Ruins (castles, houses, palaces) 23 Caerlaverock 24 Cardoness Castle 25 Carsluith 26 Drumcoltran 27 MacLellan's Castle 28 Orchardton Tower 29 Threave Castle Countryside 30 Grey Mare's Tail 31 Solway Coastal Drive Ancient Scotland 32 Drumtroddan 33 Ruthwell Cross 34 Torhouse Stone Circle Southwest Scotland is a true golfers paradise. Known as the birthplace of golf, Scotland is home to hundreds of beautiful courses with over 25 in Dumfries and Galloway.

Whether you choose an invigorating excursion along the coastline of Dumfries and Galloway, or a relaxing break in the Borders, Scotland’s south is a diverse landscape with an experience to suit every demand. A deposit is required when booking. Please telephone 01461 700 440

Availability Calendar

May 2015
June 2015
July 2015
August 2015
September 2015
October 2015
November 2015
December 2015
January 2016
February 2016
March 2016
April 2016
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Additional Information

Much more than a breath of fresh air welcomes you to Powfoot formerly known as Queensberry, situated twelve miles southeast of Dumfries with a long history as a seaside resort, hugging the shore on the banks of the Solway Coast, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Powfoot is well worth discovering. Traveling along the west coast takes you through many historic towns and villages. The Solway Coast is renowned for spectacular sunsets and provides a haven of peace for you to enjoy. Dumfries is located in Scotland's Southern Uplands. You will enjoy nature at its very unspoilt best with deep forests, rivers, lochs and peaks. The Solway Firth is a firth that forms part of the border between England and Scotland, between Cumbria and Dumfries and Galloway. It stretches from St Bees Head to the Mull of Galloway. The Isle of Man is also very near to the firth. The firth comprises part of the Irish Sea.

Southwest Scotland is a true golfers paradise. Known as the birthplace of golf, Scotland is home to hundreds of beautiful courses with over 25 in Dumfries and Galloway. The 18-hole links Golf course remains utterly unspoilt and ranked amongst the best courses in Scotland. Powfoot Golf Club has been known to some as a best kept secret for years, due to its breathtaking views over the Solway Firth to the north lakes mountains. Scotland's favourite son Robert Burns spent the last years of his life in Dumfries and is buried at St Michael's Churchyard. The River Nith and its splendid Devorgilla Bridge dating from 1431 is worth seeing as is the nearby weir known in the area as The Caul.

Criffel, by Dumfries-shire's gentle coastline is by no means the biggest hill around but if you like your hills short, sharp and steep and if you ever needed proof that you don't have to climb the biggest hills to get the best views, then this walk is for you. Altitude of only 1800 feet but it's isolated position gives wide views in all directions. Although distant hills catch the eye, the rolling farmland below and the beautiful shapes in the sands of the Nith estuary are what really make the view. While the walk is short in length it does involve more than 500 metres of climbing. Below are views of Loch Kindar, where Crannog dwellers once lived. On a good day you'll see the Lake District hills and the Isle of Man with the Solway Coast laid out below you.

Dumfries Museum will delight aviation history buffs with its restored RAF control tower from World War II and collection of memorabilia from the town's rich aviation history. Be sure to visit Caerlaverock Castle which dates back to 1270. The Theatre Royal plays its own productions and receives visits from other theatre companies. The resident Guild of Players performs five plays and a pantomime each year. You can enjoy a collection of Scottish paintings at the Gracefield Arts Centre. The surrounding areas of Dumfries, particularly south at New Abbey towards the shores of the Solway Firth, hold a number of historic attractions, museums, a farm park and a vast Stately home country park attraction at Drumlanrig near Thornhill.

Caerlaverock’s Wetlands Centre is open all year round to show visitors the coastal landscapes and nature during every season. The most famous member of the wild life is the wild flocks of Barnacle Geese between the months of October and April. Caerlaverock Castle, situated 8 miles to the southeast of Dumfries, is one of Scotland's best ruined castles and not to be missed. Likewise, the ruins of Sweetheart Abbey (once a bustling Cistercian order) at New Abbey. Also of historic interest is the Ruthwell Cross which dates from the 8th century. It's huge at 17 feet and once stood right on the shores of the Solway Firth. Today it's housed in Ruthwell's parish church.

The Devil's Porridge in Eastriggs is an amazing exhibition and tells the story of the Greatest Munitions Factory on earth. During 1915, Britain was losing the Great War through the lack of munitions supplies. That is, until 30,000 women and men came from all over the world to work in this massive factory. It was purpose built by the government to manufacture Cordite, a smokeless propellant used for firing artillary shells. The factory was built in 1915 on the northern shore of the Solway Firth.

The town of Annan sits on the estuary of the River Annan at the eastern end of the Solway Firth and is the principal town in the Annandale and Eskdale area of the Dumfries and Galloway region. Annan's location on the first fordable part of the Solway Firth has always been of great importance. Because of its position, Annan suffered from many attacks during the Wars of Independence and border reiving. In recognition of the towns resistance and loyalty a Charter was granted to Annan by King James V in 1538. The town's Royal Burgh status was reaffirmed in 1612 by King James VI. Each year the Royal Burgh of Annan celebrates The Riding Of The Marches.

Contact Details

Owner Name:
EE Elaine Erskine

01461 700440 (Country code: +44)
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