Our Cottages

Ross Bay Retreat self catering cottages, situated on the coast with uninterrupted views out across Ross Bay, in the beautiful Stewartry District of South West Scotland.

 

View Creel Cottage >

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms (Double / Twin)
Creel Cottage Kitchen / Living / Diner

 

View Dairy House >

Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms
Dairy House

 

View The Old Cheeseloft >

Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms
The Old Cheeseloft

 

View Byre by the Sea >

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms (Double / Twin)

 

Pricing structure for Ross Bay Retreat.

Please note that our prices vary according to occupancy. The basic price is for 4 guests, low occupancy for couples deduct 5%, a single person deduct 7.5%, and for 5 persons add £20 to the basic price. We try to be fair to all our guests wishing to stay at Ross Bay in which ever cottage they choose.

Creel Cottage sleeps up to 4, Dairy House and The Old Cheeseloft sleeps up to 5 , and Byre by the Sea sleeping upto 4, each offering low occupancy discounts.

Staying at Ross Bay Retreat…

  • 4 lovely cosy coastal cottages overlooking Ross Bay
  • Stunning scenery & sea views
  • Dogs welcome (and loved!) Max 2 (£20 / dog – more on special request)
  • Amazing coastline, beaches, castles & acres of forest
  • Wonderful walks, biking, touring, golf &  more
  • Stay on a real working farm
  • Meet some of the animals if you like
  • Europe’s second Dark Sky Park for stargazing (non-existent light pollution)
  • UNESCO Galloway & Southern Ayrshire Biosphere – a world class environment for people & nature
  • 15 mins to the lively fishing port Kirkudbright – ‘The Artists Town’
  • Great for couples (low occupancy discounts available)
  • Prices range – £295 – £619
  • Short breaks, weeks or longer depending upon availability
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