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Rhonehouse

Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 2
4
star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • 18th-century family home with views of rolling fields and hills
  • Spacious and traditional accommodation with an open fire and grand piano
  • Endless walking from the doorstep.  Peach and quiet.
  • Hard tennis court outside and games room in former hayloft
  • Dumfries and Galloway can offer all outdoor pursuits: Riding, Sailing, Cycling, Walking. Golf.
  • 3.5 miles from the town of Castle Douglas and 7.5 miles from the fishing port of Kirkcudbright
  • A short drive takes you the Solway Coast where the beaches are waiting to be explored
Property code: CA034

Perfect for celebrating special occasions with family or friends, this historic home offers plenty of space both inside and out and is ideally located for making the most of the local outdoor pursuits.

With panoramic views across Dumfries and Galloway countryside, this property boasts miles of scenic walks on its doorstep. For something a little more fast-paced, the local area offers an abundance of sporting activities from mountain biking to sailing, riding and golfing. Step back in time with a visit to the 18th-century market town of Castle Douglas, home to many independent shops and eateries or pay a visit to the nearby island fortress of Threave Castle. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Solway Coast is home to salt marshes, sandy beaches and varied colonies of wildlife.

Inside, this property harks back to its past through characterful fireplaces, ceiling cornicing, original windows and decorative tapestries. On the ground floor, a welcoming entrance hall opens into a spacious living room complete with open fire for those chillier evenings and a TV with Blu-ray to keep everyone entertained. The traditional farmhouse-style kitchen with range oven and dining area opens onto the garden through patio doors. This room is fitted with an electric oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and Rayburn. More formal meals are best enjoyed in the grand dining room, which is furnished with an antique table and chairs fit for special celebrations. There is also a handy utility room with shower and WC on the ground floor. Upstairs are six individually decorated bedrooms, each of which is light and airy with traditional decor. Ideal for families, there are four twin bedrooms together with a family bathroom and Jack and Jill bathroom with overhead shower.

With a burn running by, the garden offers a picturesque spot for enjoying summer picnics on the patio. Depending on the weather, choose between a game of tennis outside or take to the games room complete with open fire and sofa and chairs, for an afternoon of billiards, darts or table tennis.

 

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 4 bedrooms - 4 twin bedrooms - 3 with hand basins
  • 1 ground-floor shower room and 2 first-floor bathrooms (1 with overhead shower)
  • Kitchen with electric oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and Rayburn
  • TV with Blu-ray
  • Open fire with logs included
  • Heating and electric included
  • Washing machine
  • Radio with iPod dock
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed garden with furniture
  • Hard tennis court
  • Off road parking
  • Games room with billiards, darts, table tennis and radio with iPod dock
  • 2 dogs welcome - restricted to the ground floor only
  • Shops and restaurants 3 miles
  • Please note children playing outside and cars leaving the property should be careful of farm traffic passing the property

Carol Gall

This property joined our collection in 2019 and is managed by Carol.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 6 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Peter, 3rd October 2020

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From our perspective this was a very good property in an beautiful rural location. Previous reviewers had left negative comments about tired or tatty furnishings, but This was emphatically not our experience. Not everything is pristine, but this is a lived-in family home with idiosyncracies and character. Everything worked, beds were comfortable, tRead morehere was ample free fuel for the log fires, enough bathrooms for 6, and space all round. Great to have the games room and the piano. Hide

Reviewed by Elaine, 29th August 2020

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Simply put - the description/photos of the house in no way reflected the reality. We found the house - whilst spacious & in a great location - to be faded & shabby with threadbare carpets, peeling wallpaper , upholstered furniture stained & inadequate bathroom facilities. Cleaning had been superficial with a great deal of underlying grime. BasicallRead morey nothing has been spent on this house for many years - We did contact the owner and were told this was what we should expect of a FAMILY HOME ! Hide

Reviewed by Anne, 22nd August 2020

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This is a large and splendid old farmhouse set in beautiful countryside with great views, a large garden, tennis court and great games room. It is obviously a much loved family home and so you should not expect perfection when it comes to furnishings, furniture and equipment. However, the beds are comfortable and the bed linen fresh and clean even Read moreif the curtains are bed covers are in desperate need of renewing! Hide

Reviewed by Pamela, 28th December 2019

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Reviewed by Mr Whitfield, May 2019

House - comfortable and functional with lots of space. Games room and tennis court were great additions for all weather entertainment. Kitchen never failed on us for group eating requirements. A little dated in the decorating department - perhaps just the bedrooms could be updated? Area - very rural and quiet. 30 mins to the heart of Galloway ForesRead moret and about the same to the coast to provide great walking and cycling. Castle Douglas 10 minutes in car for shopping. Places visited - Cally at Gatehouse of Fleet, cycled the old railway from Mossdale to Big Water of Fleet viaduct and back, cream of Galloway for the kids, red kite trail, galloway activity centre for water slide and climbing and a meal at Mr Pooks were all worthwhile. Hide

Reviewed by Miss Mackenzie, December 2018

The house was really wonderful. The advance arrangements were really easy with Linda and the directions were excellent and the house was easy to find. When we arrived the place was all warmed up and there was even a fire going. There was plenty of space for everyone and a huge stack of firewood to see us through the week and the house was really quRead moreiet. There was also lots to do in the area - we went to Threave Castle and nature reserve, pottered around Sandyhills beach, did a walk at Auchencairn, saw deer while off-road biking and even managed some star gazing in the dark sky park - it's a great area with loads to do - would definitely recommend it. Hide

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