Beautiful beach side location
From the landmark lighthouse at the Mull of Galloway – the most southerly tip of Scotland – to the beautiful botanic gardens and miles of unspoilt beaches, Port Logan is ideally located for your relaxing getaway.
With fantastic views over the bay from all the main living and bedrooms, Sunset View provides the perfect base from which to explore the wonderful scenery on the Mull of Galloway and South West Scotland.
Recently renovated to a high specification, this modern and well-equipped apartment is bright and airy and can accommodate up to four people in two bedrooms (one double and two singles which can be zipped together to make a super-king if required). Outside there is a small seating and drying area.
Sunset View is set over three levels with the main bathroom on the ground floor, living room, kitchen, double bedroom and cloakroom on the first floor and a large second bedroom on the upper floor.
As an upstairs apartment, Sunset View is unfortunately unable to cater for pets (but see our sister accommodation ‘Curlew Cottage’).
All bed linen and towels (including kitchen towels) are provided. The apartment benefits from a flatscreen TV, wifi, a full sized cooker and hob, a fridge freezer, washing machine, iron, ironing board and hairdryer. The spacious ground floor bathroom comes equipped with a large modern shower (no bath).
Please note that for larger families or friends who wish to holiday together but have separate accommodation, our sister accommodation – Curlew Cottage – is right next door and can be booked together subject to availability.
█ HIGH SEASON – £595 per week (minimum 7 night stay)*
█ MID-SEASON – £495 per week**
█ LOW SEASON – £395 per week**
*High Season – Minimum 7 night stay. This includes Easter, Summer, Xmas and New Year. Please phone or email for actual dates if required. Please note that changeover day is Friday.
**Shorter breaks of three or four nights may be possible in mid or low season. Please contact us to check availability.
Please note that this accommodation may not be suitable for those for whom stairs present a challenge.