Large static caravan situated in a private walled garden. Beautiful countryside location and only a few yards from the beach. Great place for a peaceful break, ideal for walking, fishing and wildlife.
Maryport holiday park drummore is a truly unique location it's the most southerly holiday park in Scotland are guests enjoy direct access to the beach or just relaxing on your own decking enjoying the sea views wireless Internet included parking space
Stunning views of the harbour and bay can be seen from the garden of Claremont, and pretty ports nearby await discovery.. Ground Floor: The property has oil central heating and comprises: Lounge: With slate floor, wood burner, 32" Freesat TV, DVD player and CD player. Kitchen/dining room: Farmhouse-style with slate floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Utility room: With washing machine. Cloakroom: With WC.. First Floor: Bedrooom 1: With double bed and en-suite with corner bath and WC. Bedroom 2: With double bed. Bedroom 3: With twin beds. Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.. All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Cot. Wi-Fi. . Large enclosed terraced garden with patio, summerhouse and garden furniture. BBQ. Cycle store. On road parking. No smoking. NB: 70 steps in garden.. Situated in the small coastal village of Drummore, Scotland’s most southerly point, this semi-detached holiday property is only a stone’s throw from the beach and Luce Bay, with a pub adjacent. It makes an ideal base for families or couples looking to explore this unspoilt area of south west Scotland. A particularly attractive feature of the property is the delightful summerhouse at the top of the garden which enjoys simply stunning views of the harbour and the bay. The area, the Rhins of Galloway, boasts idyllic scenery and amazing seascapes, rugged coastlines and secluded sandy beaches which benefit from the warmth of the passing Gulf Stream. There are many beautiful gardens to explore, including the world renowned Logan Botanical Gardens. The area boasts many other pretty little ports like Sandhead, Portpatrick and the RSPB Scotland Mull of Galloway nature reserve, where thousands of seabirds nest in the cliff face during the spring and summer. Harbour porpoises, dolphins, seals, otters and minke whales can also be spotted. Walking is a delight, whether clifftop, beaches, hills or forests. It is a cyclist’s paradise, with the world famous 7Stanes within easy reach. The town of Stranraer offers a selection of shops and a few miles further on is Cairnryan, home to the ferry which makes regular daily trips back and forth to Ireland, another great day out.