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Corsewall Lighthouse

Unique lighthouse in South West Scotland

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Lighthouse summary

Located in the North Rhinns of Galloway, this luxurious lighthouse provides guests with a unique way to explore Dumfries, Galloway and Ayrshire. The comes equipped with a romantic award- winning restaurant that serves up local fare and produce, and the is in a stunning location right on the coast. The has the charm and romance of an 1815 functioning lighthouse, but now has the comforts of a modern unique and restaurant.

 

The lighthouse is a listed “A” building of major national importance as it still beams a warning for ships as they approach the mouth of Loch Ryan.

 

 

The owner personally runs and supervises the making sure that the guests’ comfort is the number one priority. The has a peaceful, relaxed, and friendly atmosphere and your stay will definitely be one of the most unique stays that Scotland has to offer.

 

Lighthouse description

The lighthouse is made up of two suites that both offer amazing sea views. Each suite comes with two king size double beds that can be exchanged to twin beds as necessary. They both have a large comfortable sitting room and private bath or shower rooms. There is a three-seat sofa in each room that is a sofa bed and so a maximum of six adults can be accommodated in each room. Minimum occupancy is two people per room.

 

The owner underwent extensive renovations to update the lighthouse, install en suit facilities (one of which is disable equipped), TV and DVD player in each room, telephones, tea and coffee making facilities, and individually controlled central heating for those cold winter nights.

 

Sea fishing is available from the rocky shoreline or by chartered boat and golfers can enjoy a day’s play at the nearby Stranraer Golf Club. A day visit to Belfast is possible with the Stenna line ferry. Other outdoor activities include pony trekking, which can be made available by prior arrangement.

 

Some of Scotland’s most spectacular coastline is found within the grounds of the and there are fine views of the Kintyre Peninsula, Arran, the Firth of Clyde, Ailsa Craig and even the coast of Ireland.

 

The Iron Age fort of Dunskirkloch is found here as well. A wide variety of flora, abundant sea life, seals, birds and even deer can be viewed from here. On a clear night, the beams of several Scottish and Irish lighthouses can be seen.

 

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Lighthouse highlights

  • Wi-fi in all the rooms

  • Luxurous and unique

  • Working lighthouse

  • Award winning restaurant

  • Spectacular views

 
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