Lowlands Cottage – Scotland

In Dog Friendly Cottages Scotland by DogFriendlies

Dog friendly cottage in Lochwinnoch, Ayrshire and Arran, Scotland

Star Rating5
Sleeps2
Bedrooms1
Dogs Allowed2

Eastend Wee House is situated among the Lowlands of Scotland in the village of Lochwinnoch. This dog friendly holiday home is a perfect getaway destination with its snug and homely ambience surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty.

The holiday property has a charisma of its own. Its sole story consists of a double bedroom and a shower/toilet equipped bathroom, a kitchen with requisite appliances including a microwave, an oven, a refrigerator and a washing machine, lounge area with Sky subscription enabled television and DVD. French doors in the bedroom open out to an enclosed garden equipped with furniture for seating. The cottage has central heating and internet access. Visitors can bring two pet dogs with them. Adequate parking space is available on the property. Bath robes, bed linen and towels will be offered to guests. Smoking is not allowed on the premises.

There are plenty of sights to explore and activities to undertake for guests staying at this holiday home. For adrenaline junkies, the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park has the Castle Semple Loch where in tourists can engage in adventure sports such as canoeing, kayaking and sailing. The cliffs and mountains in the park provide the opportunity to indulge in mountain biking and trekking. A sanctuary is located close to the village for birdwatching. There are many cafes and pubs a couple of miles away from the cottage. There are quite a few golf courses in the area that permit non-members to play. There are a few churches in the village if someone wants to pay a visit. The nearby cities of Glasgow and Irvine may be explored as they have multiple points of interest with historical importance. The coastal waters of Firth of Clyde are home to several majestic islands such as Isle of Arran and Isle of Bute which are worth a visit.

Eastend Wee Hoose is a heaven for people looking to bask in the spectacular and glorious sights of Scotland. It being dog friendly holiday home, is a boon for people accompanied by their pets.

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