Rosebank and Newbreeze Holiday Cottages

Rosebank & Newbreeze Holiday Cottages are situated in the pretty unspoilt village of Port Logan, Dumfries and Galloway, and are ideal for families and couples

About Rosebank and Newbreeze Holiday Cottages

Rosebank Holiday Cottage is situated in the pretty unspoilt village of Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland and is ideal for families and couples looking for something completely different from their hectic working lives.
This traditional fisherman’s cottage is now completely refurbished to a very high standard making your holiday in Scotland comfortable and welcoming.
The cottage has two double bedrooms, one ensuite, and a third bedroom with adult style bunk beds, sleeping a family of six.
All on one level, a bright and light open plan kitchen, living and dining area opens onto a large private, secluded secure garden on two levels. Both having spacious picnic tables. Steps to the top level lead to a large seating area where there is a wonderful view of the Port Logan Lighthouse and the sea.
Two Lrg or Three Sml well behaved pets are welcome at Rosebank for a small extra charge. To book your next holiday you can send an email to
The beach is just 50' (16 mtrs) from Rosebank Self-Catering Holiday Cottage and is a haven for children and every dogs dream!
Port Logan has a stunning sandy beach, picturesque harbour and an old lighthouse.
Port Logan is renown for rock and beach fishing & for the boat owner Port Logan has a slipway making launching quick and easy. Fishing trips and pleasure trips can be arranged locally.
The village of Port Logan was used as the setting for the popular BBC Drama “2000 Acres of sky”.
There is so much to see and do in South West Scotland and this quiet corner of Dumfries and Galloway has something to offer everyone.
For keen golfers there are many Golf Courses close to Rosebank Holiday Cottage. Portpatrick, Dunskey Golf Course has two superbly maintained courses, an 18 hole and a 9 hole. Both courses have amazing sea views and the club has a PGA professional available for coaching and advice. Stranraer Golf Club has an 18 hole course and is located on the shore of Loch Ryan, visitors are welcome and there is a two storey clubhouse with views over the course and Loch Ryan. At Glenluce there is one of the region’s most popular golf courses, Wigtownshire County Golf Club. This is an 18 hole links course on the shores of Luce Bay.
Game shooting can be arranged, please mention this at the time of booking your holiday at Rosebank.
Pony Trekking and horse riding is at available Lochnaw, a short drive away and Terally Equestrian Centre is just on the edge of the village. We have world Class Mountain biking at Kirroughtree and Glentrool in the Galloway forest suitable for all ages and abilities.
Port Logan is also very popular with wind surfers, paddle boarders and kite surfers.

We have six beautiful gardens in the Rhins of Galloway, all within easy reach of Rosebank Holiday Cottage. You can easily visit all six gardens during your holiday and the garden passport gives you 10% off admission charges (this will need to be checked as it can change from time to time). Logan Botanic Garden is right on our doorstep and is Scotland’s most exotic garden and here tropical plants and ferns grow warmed by the mild climate from the Gulf Stream. Soleburn Garden Centre at Kirkcolm is well worth a visit and here you can browse the well-stocked gift shop and purchase various plants, trees and shrubs to take home with you. There’s also a wonderful coffee shop at the garden centre to enjoy delicious coffee and cakes. Aldouran wetland garden at Leswalt is home to the red squirrels and lots of other wildlife. Visit the community garden, bird hide and the woodland walks.

The Mull of Galloway is Scotland’s most southerly point with amazing views of Scotland and the Galloway Hills, Isle of Man, Cumbria and Ireland. From Easter until the end of October the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse is open to visitors and you can climb the 115 steps to the lantern room at the top. There is an exhibition of lighthouse history open daily from Easter until the end of October. The Mull of Galloway is an RSPB reserve and SSSI and you can see live camera footage of nesting birds on the cliffs in the visitor centre and enjoy guided walks each Tuesday and Thursday during the season at 1pm. Gallie Craig is Scotland’s most southerly coffee house and is located at the Mull of Galloway.

The Famous Logan Fish Pond Marine Life Centre is a short stroll along the beach from Rosebank Holiday Cottage. This attraction gives it's visitors an opportunity to see some of Scotland’s marine life and geology and learn some of the history of this unique site.

Agnew Park in Stranraer is a great day out for the children. Here you will find a miniature railway which takes you on a full tour of the park, a play park, an 18-hole putting green and a mini car racing circuit. The park is right by the sea and there are walkways and gardens to enjoy.
There are so many places to eat and drink in the Rhins of Galloway and we have put together a list of our favourites:

Tigh-Na-Mara in Sandhead serves lunch with light bite options and dinner with a la cart'e and seasonal specials available.

Henrys Bay House Restaurant with hearty portions of well-sourced meat and seafood and a welcoming vibe. There's a pleasingly old-fashioned feel to some of the dishes, while others have a more contemporary style. If the weather's fine, the deck is a great spot to be, overlooking the bay.

Torrs Warren Country House in Stoneykirk has two comfortable bars, a conservatory restaurant and an oak lined dining room. They serve fresh Scottish produce in season, fine wines and a wide range of malt whiskies.

Clashwhannon in Drummore serves locally sourced food in the dining room and has a bar serving real ales.

Blue Peter Hotel in Kirkcolm serves home cooked meals using locally sourced produce. The lounge has a cosy log burner and real ales are available.

Connors Restaurant by the harbour in Portpatrick has an extensive a la cart'e menu offering a range of house specialities, including seafood and meat dishes. Catch of the day is a real treat.

If you fancy coffee and cakes or afternoon tea then try the Potting Shed Bistro at Logan Botanic Garden, Gallie Craig at the Mull of Galloway, Coffee Bean at Soleburn Garden Centre or the Beachcomber in Portpatrick.

Visit Belfast ! why not.
If you fancy a trip further afield take a ferry from Cairnryan to visit Belfast for a day trip, the short crossing only takes 2 hours and 15 minutes. There are often special prices for tickets and regular buses and taxis run from Belfast Port into the city centre. Visit the Titanic Museum, take a trip to Belfast Zoo or head to the shops.

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