Accessible Holidays for All
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This is a newly renovated, luxury, 3-bedroom, self-catering cottage which sleeps 5/6. It has been recently awarded the Scottish Tourist Board 4-Star rating.
John and Jacqui look forward to extending a warm welcome to all guests at Culmore Bridge Cottages..
Purpose-built, spacious, comfortable bungalows set amid a peaceful woodland area. The cottages are furnished to a very high standard and are wheelchair-friendly throughout. Within the 9 acre grounds, there are garden areas, wetland and wildlife ponds with protected great crested newts, woodland paths and a viewpoint giving extensive sea views.
The whole development is designed to be wheelchair friendly and will also appeal to all who enjoy a countryside setting, near the sea and beach.
The 3 bungalows available for self-catering holidays are Rowan, Pine and Willow Cottages.These detached bungalows each comprise: large lounge/dining room with patio door to decked area, 3 double/twin bedrooms, and two bathrooms, one of which has a level access wet room shower. Beautifully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washer/drier, fridge, full sized freezer, oven, low-level hob and microwave.
Accessibility Features in both cottages:
- Single electric profiling bed
- Riser/recliner chair + high level chair
- Other items of special equipment can be provided free - check out the 'Accessibility' page for full details and list of available equipment.
- TV aerial sockets in all bedrooms
- 2 flat screen TVs provided
- Free WiFi internet access
- Excellent drying facilities
- Dogs allowed in Rowan & Pine, maximum of 2.
There is under-floor heating throughout, giving a comfortably uniform temperature. The owners' house is nearby and they are happy to help in any way to make your holiday as pleasant and as comfortable as possible.
Surrounding area of Culmore Bridge Cottages
A 15 minute stroll takes you to a wonderful sandy beach and large dune area. The nearby village of Sandhead has an excellent village shop, church, bowling green, Internet centre, beach area, children's playground, lovely new tearoom, and a hotel which does very good meals.
There is also a good hotel, and a new fully-accessible village shop in Stoneykirk, 1 mile to the North.
The main town of Stranraer with shops and many amenities is a 10 minute drive. The picturesque harbour at Portpatrick is a 20-minute drive and Drummore and the Mull of Galloway a 25-minute drive.
Within a short distance there are many beautiful gardens, golf courses, beaches and secluded coves. This corner of Scotland is a wonderful discovery for those who have not yet been here, and for those who have, a place to come back to time and again.