Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Rated

Three Star Self Catering 2 Bedroom Holiday Rental Cottage in Dumfries and Galloway


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Galloway Forest Park in South West Scotland offers an unique opportunity to witness Red Deer Stags locking horns in the timeless ritual of the annual rut.

Accommodation


2 Bedrooms - 1 King Size and 1 Twin, each with their own charming character, good quality beds and cosy feather quilts.
Marvic Cottage - Ideal for self catering holidays in The Galloway Forest Park
Marvic Cottage - 2 bedroom self catering holiday cottage
Fully fitted kitchen with a range of modern appliances including oven/hob, fridge, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
Open plan lounge/dining area with feature beam, comfy leather sofas, colour TV and DVD/CD player and dining table/chairs. New for 2009 - Freesat TV with 32" television
Modern fully tiled bathroom with bath, electric shower, heated towel rail, shaving point and Marvic the Duck
Electric storage heating throughout
Seating area to rear of cottage with off-road parking and communal grassed drying area
Marvic Cottage Holiday Cottage Dumfries and Galloway
Marvic Self Catering Holiday Cottage is Located in Gatehouse of Fleet, in the middle of a National Scenic Area, on the edge of the magnificent Galloway Forest Park in the rural heart of Dumfries and Galloway.

Two Bedroom Self catering Galloway Forest


A pretty 2 bedroom self catering cottage with modern amenities from which to explore one of Southern Scotland’s most beautiful regions.

Heritage & Beauty in Gatehouse of Fleet Dumfries and Galloway


The visitor will find this area steeped in history, with a friendly welcome, excellent local shops, restaurants and pubs, a stunning coastline, diverse wildlife , including the Red Kite Trail and opportunities to indulge in many sporting and outdoor activities. Something for everyone.









Golf Dumfries and Galloway


Golfers can enjoy a wide variety of courses including the testing 9 holer in Gatehouse itself with magnificent views , or the parkland courses at Kirkcudbright and Castle Douglas, just a few miles away.

Walking Cycling & Fishing Galloway Forest


This is a walkers’ paradise with many paths, easy and difficult, through forests or along the coastline or along the shores of the local Lochs (Ken and Trool). Those a little more “mechanical” will find that there are numerous cycle tracks and trails and if your passion is fishing then you will not be disappointed. Local beaches are excellent spots to wile away an afternoon watching your children play while you read, unwind and relax in a most peaceful atmosphere away from the urban roar!

Holiday for all seasons Dumfries and Galloway


Whatever the Season the area around Gatehouse has much to offer the visitor; from the Christmas and Hogmanay festivities to the warmth and blossoms of Spring and to the pleasure of the beaches in Summer.
 

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Scotland truly is the Home of Golf! The game was born in Scotland, has thrived on Scottish soil and continues to develop and evolve as one of the nation’s most valuable assets.
Galloway Forest


300 square miles of mixed landscape - yours to explore!
Galloway has some of Scotland’s most amazing wildlife - but without the long drive north! Red Squirrels, Otter, Pine Marten, Black Grouse, Golden Eagles, Red Deer and even Nightjar.
Choice of 30 Golf courses

you can play to your heart's content. There are also driving ranges and golf professionals to help you hone your skills. 
First Dark Sky Park in the UK

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International Dark Sky Association, confirmed Galloway Forest as one of the best places for stargazing in the world.
Such skies are rapidly disappearing and less than 10% of people in the UK can now see the Milky Way from where they live.

Where can I view the stars?