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Ardarth #BMY4

Stranraer, Scotland 

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Ardarth (#BMY4)

Other unit configurations may exist at this resort.
Where applicable, Friday and Saturday night stays are 20% of the weekly value per day. Weeknight stays are 12% of the weekly value per day.
2018 Planning Calendar
Wk. No Fri. to Fri. Sat. to Sat. >Sun. to Sun.
1 05 Jan. - 12 Jan. 06 Jan. - 13 Jan. 07 Jan. - 14 Jan.
2 12 Jan. - 19 Jan. 13 Jan. - 20 Jan. 14 Jan. - 21 Jan.
3 19 Jan. - 26 Jan. 20 Jan. - 27 Jan. 21 Jan. - 28 Jan.
4 26 Jan. - 02 Feb. 27 Jan. - 03 Feb. 28 Jan. - 04 Feb.
5 02 Feb. - 09 Feb. 03 Feb. - 10 Feb. 04 Feb. - 11 Feb.
6 09 Feb. - 16 Feb. 12 Feb. - 17 Feb. 11 Feb. - 18 Feb.
7 16 Feb. - 23 Feb. 17 Feb. - 24 Feb. 18 Feb. - 25 Feb.
8 23 Feb. - 02 March 24 Feb. - 03 March 25 Feb. - 04 March
9 02 March - 09 March 03 March - 10 March 04 March - 11 March
10 09 March - 16 March 10 March - 17 March 11 March - 18 March
11 16 March - 23 March 17 March - 24 March 18 March - 25 March
12 23 March - 30 March 24 March - 31 March 25 March - 01 April
13 30 March - 06 April 31 March - 07 April 01 April - 08 April
14 06 April - 13 April 07 April - 14 April 08 April - 15 April
15 13 April - 20 April 14 April - 21 April 15 April - 22 April
16 20 April - 27 April 21 April - 28 April 22 April - 29 April
17 27 April - 04 May 28 April - 05 May 29 April - 06 May
18 04 May - 11 May 05 May - 12 May 06 May - 13 May
19 11 May - 18 May 12 May - 19 May 13 May - 20 May
20 18 May - 25 May 19 May - 26 May 20 May - 27 May
21 25 May - 01 June 26 May - 02 June 27 May - 03 June
22 01 June - 08 June 02 June - 09 June 03 June - 10 June
23 08 June - 15 June 09 June - 16 June 10 June - 17 June
24 15 June - 22 June 16 June - 23 June 17 June - 24 June
25 22 June - 29 June 23 June - 30 June 24 June - 01 July
26 29 June - 06 July 30 June - 07 July 01 July - 08 July
27 06 July - 13 July 07 July - 14 July 08 July - 15 July
28 13 July - 20 July 14 July - 21 July 15 July - 22 July
29 20 July - 27 July 21 July - 28 July 22 July - 29 July
30 27 July - 03 Aug. 28 July - 04 Aug. 29 July - 05 Aug.
31 03 Aug. - 10 Aug. 04 Aug. - 11 Aug. 05 Aug. - 12 Aug.
32 10 Aug. - 17 Aug. 11 Aug. - 18 Aug. 12 Aug. - 21 Aug.
33 17 Aug. - 24 Aug. 18 Aug. - 25 Aug. 19 Aug. - 26 Aug.
34 24 Aug. - 31 Aug. 25 Aug. - 01 Sept. 26 Aug. - 02 Sept.
35 31 Aug. - 07 Sept. 01 Sept. - 08 Sept. 02 Sept. - 09 Sept.
36 07 Sept. - 14 Sept. 08 Sept. - 15 Sept. 09 Sept. - 16 Sept.
37 14 Sept. - 21 Sept. 15 Sept. - 22 Sept. 16 Sept. - 23 Sept.
38 21 Sept. - 28 Sept. 22 Sept. - 29 Sept. 23 Sept. - 30 Sept.
39 28 Sept. - 05 Oct. 29 Sept. - 06 Oct. 30 Sept. - 07 Oct.
40 05 Oct. - 12 Oct. 06 Oct. - 13 Oct. 07 Oct. - 14 Oct.
41 12 Oct. - 19 Oct. 13 Oct. - 20 Oct. 14 Oct. - 21 Oct.
42 19 Oct. - 26 Oct. 20 Oct. - 27 Oct. 21 Oct. - 28 Oct.
43 26 Oct. - 02 Nov. 27 Oct. - 03 Nov. 28 Oct. - 04 Nov.
44 02 Nov. - 09 Nov. 03 Nov. - 10 Nov. 04 Nov. - 11 Nov.
45 09 Nov. - 16 Nov. 10 Nov. - 17 Nov. 11 Nov. - 18 Nov.
46 16 Nov. - 23 Nov. 17 Nov. - 24 Nov. 18 Nov. - 25 Nov.
47 23 Nov. - 30 Nov. 24 Nov. - 01 Dec. 25 Nov. - 02 Dec.
48 30 Nov. - 07 Dec. 01 Dec. - 08 Dec. 02 Dec. - 09 Dec.
49 07 Dec. - 14 Dec. 08 Dec. - 15 Dec. 09 Dec. - 16 Dec.
50 14 Dec. - 21 Dec. 15 Dec. - 22 Dec. 16 Dec. - 23 Dec.
51 21 Dec. - 28 Dec. 22 Dec. - 29 Dec. 23 Dec. - 30 Dec.
52 28 Dec. - 04 Jan. 29 Dec. - 05 Jan. 30 Dec. - 06 Jan.

Season Information

Time Datesstart date and end date
medium demand
06-Jan-2018 to 03-Mar-2018
medium demand
01-Dec-2018 to 22-Dec-2018
High demand
31-Mar-2018 to 03-Nov-2018
High demand
22-Dec-2018 to 31-Dec-2018
low demand
03-Mar-2018 to 31-Mar-2018
low demand
03-Nov-2018 to 01-Dec-2018

Situated in the small village of Cairnryan on the eastern shore of Loch Ryan, this charming detached holiday cottage was originally the police station and cells for the village, and some of the features are still present in the cottage today. It has been renovated with a wood burner, a contemporary kitchen and bathroom. A particularly attractive feature is the raised decking area to the rear of the cottage, boasting stunning views over Loch Ryan.

Property Info

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Accessibility Features:

Additional Info:

  • Animals are permitted; restrictions and or fees may apply please contact resort for details.

Attractions

Recreation

On-site:

  • Beach

  • Fishing

Property Amenities

Off-site:

  • Bar/lounge (Nearby)

Resort Services

Restaurant & Dining

Off-site:

Resort Contact

Ardarth  (#BMY4)
Main Street Cairnryan
Stranraer,  Scotland  DG9 8QX

Resort telephone number: XDIR

Ardarth is ideally located to explore the south west of Scotland. The area boasts rugged coastlines and secluded sandy beaches, which benefit from the warmth of the passing Gulf Stream and by breathtaking scenery. There are many beautiful gardens to explore, including the world-renowned Logan Botanical Gardens. The area boasts many pretty little ports like Sandhead, Portpatrick and the RSPB Scotland Mull of Galloway nature reserve, where thousands of sea birds nest in the cliff face during the spring and summer. The Galloway Forest offers exceptional walking and cycling, and boasting its designation as the first Dark Sky Park outside the USA. If you prefer shooting or golf, there are many facilities nearby. With the ferry terminal almost on your doorstep, a day trip to Ireland is a must. Stranraer offers a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants.

3 Bedroom

Sleeps:

5

Privacy:

4

Kitchen:

Full

Bathroom:

Full

Amenities

  • Fireplace:
  • Washer/Dryer: All units

Furnishings

  • DVD Player

Room Facts

  • Heating/Cooling system: Electric Central Heating
  • Outdoor living space: Garden

Kitchen Features

  • Outdoor grill (with unit)


Destination Highlights

Ardarth is ideally located to explore the south west of Scotland. The area boasts rugged coastlines and secluded sandy beaches, which benefit from the warmth of the passing Gulf Stream and by breathtaking scenery. There are many beautiful gardens to explore, including the world-renowned Logan Botanical Gardens. The area boasts many pretty little ports like Sandhead, Portpatrick and the RSPB Scotland Mull of Galloway nature reserve, where thousands of sea birds nest in the cliff face during the spring and summer. The Galloway Forest offers exceptional walking and cycling, and boasting its designation as the first Dark Sky Park outside the USA. If you prefer shooting or golf, there are many facilities nearby. With the ferry terminal almost on your doorstep, a day trip to Ireland is a must. Stranraer offers a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Directions from Major Airport to Resort

From Glasgow follow the M77/A77 to Cairnryan and Ardarth is on the left hand side half a mile or so into the village and opposite the old pier. From the South (Dumfries) follow the A75 to Stranraer and then follow the A77 to Cairnryan. Ardarth is on the right hand side opposite the old pier as above.

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