Find Fishing Holidays in Wigtownshire South-West-Scotland

Fishing holidays in Wigtownshire -
cottages and self catering

Find the perfect base for your fishing holiday in Wigtownshire with 2 self catering cottages to choose from. The Wigtownshire self catering listed below has ideal fishing locations near by.

Fishing offers great relaxation and the cottages and self catering here add to that by adding comfort whether your stay is for a short break or longer holiday.

 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Nuthatch Cottage in Wigton, Wigtownshire, South West Scotland

Nuthatch Cottage, Wigton, Wigtownshire, South West Scotland

Sleeps 4
Weekly price range £200 to £

Self catering accommodation in Wigton sleeps 4.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Cottage Sleep

Accommodation overview: This delightful 2 bedroom cottage is ideal for two couples, each bedroom having en suite facilities. It was fully renovated and refurbished in 2009 to a very high standard, yet retaining the original character, including beamed ceilings. It is situated in beautiful open countryside in the Northern Lakes, close to the fell villages of Uldale, Caldbeck and Hesket New Market. With 23 acres of land attached to the cottage guests can enjoy the vast array of bird and wildlife and the panoramic views to the sea and the Scottish Hills beyond. The accommodation is all on the ground floor, with just one step inside, making it suitable for guests with mobility problems.


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Harbour View in Port William, Wigtownshire, South West Scotland

Harbour View, Port William, Wigtownshire, South West Scotland

Sleeps 4
Weekly price range £250 to £380

Self catering accommodation in Port William sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Close to the Beach • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: This delightful cottage is just the ticket for a cosy holiday in the pretty coastal village of Port William. Light, airy and spacious with lovely views of the sea and pretty terraced garden, Harbour View retains a charm all of its own. Port William offers everything you could possibly need and all virtually on the doorstep! This is an ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing and golf. Dumfries and Galloway is one of Scotlands best kept secrets and this area known as The Machars is no exception with something for everyone. This magnificent coastline is endowed with sandy bays and stony beaches and hidden caves all designed to inspire the imagination. The wildlife is second to none including otters and seals being a frequent sight especially before sunset. Monreith has a lovely sandy beach and a 9 hole golf course. There is a memorial to the author, Gavin Maxwell of Ring of Bright Water fame, in the form of a bronze otter. Scotlands National Book Town at Wigtown is less than a half hours enjoyable drive away and besides playing host to an exciting annual literary festival it is also a pleasant little town offering many facilities. Essentially Wigtown is a book lovers haven and with over a quarter of a million old and new books to choose from, youll not leave empty handed! Scotlands most southerly distillery sits beside the luscious green banks of the River Bladnoch, from which it takes its name. It has been producing the Spirit of the Lowlands since 1817. Can you refuse a wee dram! Guests are assured of a warm welcome when visiting Port William. The village holds an annual Carnival Week with events for all the family. Harbour View is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Luce Bay, from Burrow Head to The Mull of Galloway has been designated as a Special Area of Conservation to protect the natural habitats of fauna and wild flora much of it rare and protected. For nature watch lovers both botanists and bird watchers will be delighted by the variety of wildlife to be found both on land and sea. Badgers, deer and foxes are occasionally seen close by. A visit to the nearby Burrow Head will take you back to the famous closing scenes of the cult film The Wickerman which was shot at nearby Burrow Head which is on the route to the Isle of Whithorn. Dont worry if you miss the ferry you can always walk across! Cycling is a real pleasure on these quiet picturesque roads but if you fancy trying something a lot more adventurous then head eastwards for a great choice of 7Stanes venues for some world class mountain biking.Dont forget to find Port Williams best known citizen who always looks out to sea!


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