Bright and Welcoming, close to Gretna Dumfries Carlisle Lake District. Through Historic towns and villages, the Western Solway Coastal trail is renowned for spectacular scenery, and sunsets, providing a haven of panoramic vistas to enjoy. Scotland’s south is a diverse landscape with an experience to suit every demand.
The cottage has garden views and was refurbished January 2018, strictly no pets.
A picturesque, rural hamlet is Powfoot village, on the West Coast of Scotland, with a long history as a seaside resort, a designated area of outstanding beauty. The cottage is best suited, to solo adventurers, couples and business travellers.
Cosy shore side holiday cottage for two, with an open plan living and dining area, king size bedroom, en suite, bath, shower, private dining terrace with bbq, affords complete privacy, yet, only footsteps from the beach, excellent pub restaurant and golf course.
Perfectly located for privacy and comfort. The cottage is the annex to the corner cottage, on White Row, situated on The Links, within footsteps of the shore, within minutes drive from the nearest town, the Royal Burgh of Annan.
Folding chairs are provided for guest use. There are no restrictions, chairs can be placed along the green shore side, providing ideal places for bird watching, picnics, with stunning views of the Lakeland Hills and Solway Bay.
One bedroom en suite - bath shower - sofa bed in lounge - 2 Free View TV/DVD - Internet - fridge freezer - hob cooker - washer dryer - dish washer - microwave - kitchen ware - barbecue - outside dining - ironing - hairdryer - tea coffee - bath towels - white linen - extensive DVD collection.
A wide range of wading birds, barnacle geese, whooper swans, and the foreshore home to the endangered Natterjack Toad. Walking, climbing, hiking, cycling, fishing, and golf at the excellent Powfoot Course. A luxury spa & beauty facility, horse riding. A perfect escape for those that wish to retreat the hustle and bustle.
The aerial acrobatics of the extraordinary starlings, are brilliant, they ballet in their thousands. The starling murmurations are spectacular, a natural wonderment, over the Solway Bay.
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 from outside the cottage into the nearby, town of Annan, and an excellent outlet shopping trip to Gretna Gateway.
The Solway Firth runs along the south coast of Dumfries & Galloway and provides 200 miles of coastline, perfect for a gentle stroll or picnic. Certainly one of the finest ways to explore this part of Scotland is on foot. Take a walk along one of Dumfries & Galloway’s tranquil beaches and admire the truly stunning natural beauty that surrounds you. From Powfoot to Port Logan in the west, there is a wide range of picture perfect beaches. Why not follow the Solway Coast Heritage Trail, a charming 200 mile route that takes you along the Solway Coast, past many of Dumfries & Galloway’s coastal towns and villages. See historic castles and ruins, museums, beaches, quaint towns and seaside villages such as Kippford and Rockcliffe.
At the far west end of the Solway Coast you’ll find the most southern lighthouse in Scotland, which is perched on the edge of a 260 ft high cliff. Truly one of Scotland’s finest panoramic views, on a clear day from the lighthouse you can gaze out across four kingdoms. Admire the Galloway Hills and western islands of Scotland, the Isle of Man, the Cumbrian Fells of England and the Northern Irish coastline.
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, Annan Rail Station and Coach Network. Powfoot sits on the Galloway Tourist route Solway coast heritage trail. Lake District 35 miles - Carlisle 23 miles - Dumfries 17 miles - Gretna & Lockerbie 10 miles - Newcastle Upon Tyne & Glasgow & Edinburgh 75 miles.