Brackenrigg Holiday Cottage Galloway

Holiday Cottage Gatehouse of Fleet Galloway 

Sandgreen, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway

   Holiday Cottage, Gatehouse of Fleet, Galloway


'Brackenrigg' Holiday Cottage at Sandgreen, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway is ideal for a romantic getaway, or for a fabulous family holiday.  Spacious 4 Bedroom (2 bathrooms) accommodation. 



Take a walk along deserted beaches  at Sandgreen where Robert Burns once journeyed on horseback from Gatehouse of Fleet to Carrick to catch whisky smugglers. This lovely holiday cottage is situated in a quiet rural location with fantastic views over Sandgreen beach to Fleet Bay. It has direct access to a safe, sandy beach, perfect for swimming, sailing, and rock pooling. The area is also perfect for cycling and walking, and the nearest golf course is in Gatehouse of Fleet, a short drive away.  This Holiday Cottage at Sandgreen, Gatehouse - of - Fleet in Galloway also has a fantastic range of places of interest and activities on the doorstep, numerous castles are only a short drive away.



One double bedroom (the master bedroom is en-suite.) Two double bedrooms with twin  beds.  One single bedroom (suitable for a child.)


The kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.


TV, DVD player, wide selection of DVD's, CD's, board games and books. Wood Burning Stove - fuel provided.


 The patio has fabulous views over Fleet Bay, the perfect place for that  afternoon  or evening BBQ.  Large garden, parking for several cars.

 Bedding, beach towels and electricity are all included in the price. Cot and High Chair are also included.   Dogs are allowed at the owner's discretion. Please add to booking form. Maximum 2

                                                                                                             We are wheelchair friendly
                                                                                 Gatehouse of Fleet
Gatehouse of Fleet is an attractive village situated near the mouth of the Water of Fleet, ten miles west of Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway. In the 18th & early 19th centuries, Gatehouse of Fleet was a thriving industrial centre with cotton mills, shipbuilding, a brewery and its own port and was known locally as the 'Glasgow of the South'. Traces  of this industrial past can still be found in its buildings and street names and in the Mill on the Fleet, a former textile mill which is now an award-winning visitors centre.  

Gala week at Gatehouse of Fleet, is always the first Saturday in August.