Middle Byre originally housed the cattle on the farm and has been delightfully converted into a comfortable and spacious holiday property perfect for families. The property is all on one level and sleeps 6 people. Middle Byre is disabled friendly and also has a 6 seat hot tub for you to enjoy.
Middle Byre sleeps six people, the double bedroom has en suite facilities with shower and bath, twin room with en suite wet room, and a further twin room. Middle Byre is fully accessible and adapted with disabled facilities. Shower seat, cot sides and chair raisers are available on request. This cottage has been lovingly renovated from an old milking shed into a beautiful accommodation with glorious views over the Galloway hills .
There is a 6 seat Hot Tub installed on the patio for you and your family to relax in and enjoy the stunning sunsets in summer or the majestic display of stars in winter.
The property is nestled in the Girthon Valley and is surrounded by some of the best scenery in Galloway, with great walks, both woodland and coastal.The Middle Byre his our largest property and has a disabled adapted bathroom and a lovely conservatory to enjoy.
There will always be someone available to answer any questions, solve any issues or to provide recommendations of things to see and do or places to eat and drink.
The Clark Family have been in the tourist industry for over 25 years. Its our passion to provide our guests with a great base for your Galloway adventures. Woodland walks and access to the national cycle network from your doorstep.
Our cottages are all built in the natural stone of the area. They have been converted out of the old part of the farm steading to form 5 properties sleeping from one to six people.
Please feel free to Email or call with any Questions you may have.
"We are passionate about providing fantastic customer service and great value for money here at Clauchan Holiday Cottages but don't just take our word for it. Check out what some of our valued customers had to say for yourselves. - Air BnB Testimonials"