Airie Farmhouse - New Galloway

Code: AI02ST

Holiday property description

Perfect for Star gazers this remote detached farmhouse is situated in a lovely area full of wildlife and bird life including red kites, with extensive uninterrupted views on the edge of heather moorland.  It is reached by a good hard track of about 2 miles. The house is located between Loch Stroan and Loch Skerrow which allow free fishing for holiday-makers staying at Airie Farm, while Loch Ken is also close by where prescribed fishing rights are also available to Airie guests. Loch Ken is also a popular centre for other water sports including canoeing, sailing and water skiing; for the fit and adventurous open water swimming events are held from time to time.

Local amenities include: Galloway Forest Park affording 300 square miles of Walking, Cycling, Riding and Trekking; Galloway Activity Centre and Loch Ken Marina, both of which are on Loch Ken; several challenging Golf Courses, including New Galloway Golf Club.  Troon and Turnberry are just an hours drive away. 

Direct pedestrian access to the Galloway Forest Park, designated as Britain's first 'Dark Sky Park', is available making the decision to leave the car an easy one. Ideal for that 'away from it all' holiday. 

Post Code:  DG7 2NL

Damage Deposit £150

Short breaks are welcome throughout the year

Accommodation for 6/7 over two floors:  Large kitchen/dining room; Utility room; Front Porch; Separate ground floor W.C.; Sitting room with log burner; 1 double bedroom; 2 twin bedrooms; Bathroom with shower over bath, Single bed on large landing.

Services: Partial electric heating * Log Burning Stove (logs available at £20 per week) * Bed Linen & Towels are provided * Washing machine * Dishwasher * Fridge/Freezer * Oil Aga and electric oven and hob *  Microwave *  TV with DVD Player * CD Player * Cot & High Chair *  Parking *  Garden which is not enclosed, with  furniture * Pets welcome * Shops 2 and 6 miles * Eating out  6 and 8 miles  

Extras: £20 per dog/week. Logs available, if required, at £20 per week. 



How to find us

Airie Farmhouse
New Galloway
Dumfries & Galloway

Airie Farmhouse - New Galloway

Code: AI02ST

Please note that the above map is used to indicate the general location of the holiday property. As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

External Features

Sea View

Water view

Walk to Pub

Walk to Shops

Mountain View

Beach walk




Bicycle Storage



Garden Furniture

Garden Enclosed



Wheelchair Access

Internal Features

Open fire


High Chair


CD Player

DVD Player

Colour TV






Wash Machine

Bed Linen Cost Incl

Heating Cost Incl

Tumble Dryer

Sky TV



Sofa Beds 0

Single Beds 5

Double Beds 1

Showers 1

Bathrooms 1



Airie Farmhouse Reviews

5 star review

Lovely property in an ideal location for our fishing trip. Views are stunning and the remote location provided the peace and quiet we were looking for. This wil be at least the fourth time we have stayed here.
Be warned that ideally you will need an SUV/ 4x4 for the access road along the old railway line
Nigel Armstrong
1 month ago
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5 star review

The cottage was just what I was looking for, a peaceful comfortable getaway.
1 month ago
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5 star review

Second visit to this amazing clean and comfortable secluded cottage. Everything you need for a relaxing away from the rat race. Peace and quiet with abundant wildlife everywhere. Amazing walks from the cottage. Two weeks wasn’t long enough we were sad to have to leave.
Mrs Smith
2 months ago
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5 star review

The location of the property is ideal for us as we like to be "in the middle of nowhere" and surrounded by wildlife. The property itself is not too modernised, again something we love, and the fact that it is dog friendly meant that the Labrador could come too. A "child" gate at the bottom of the stairs would be a useful addition as it would mean we wouldn't have to keep her confined to the kitchen in order to stop her going upstairs as she's used to having the run of the house at home.

The only annoying thing we encountered was walkers not using the footpath round the property but cutting through the garden, leaving the gates open and letting their dogs run loose in the garden, even coming into the porch. Perhaps the odd sign pointing out that the garden is private property would help. The route of the footpath could do with proper signage.
Miss Massey
4 months ago
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