Scotland's most southerly point
Scotland's most southerly point
Beach Lodge, Larbrax Bay, Leswalt

Beach Lodge, Larbrax Bay, Leswalt

Beach Lodge is a former Victorian Bathing Lodge built in 1789 (listed) and extensively renovated. Located in a secluded beach front location Beach Cottage sleeps 6 people plus 2 on a sofa bed.


  • Lounge with a multi fuel stove, comfortable sofas, TV & DVD player and direct access to the garden
  • Sitting room with an open fire and comfortable seating including double sofa bed
  • Fully equipped Kitchen with electric hob & oven, Rayburn style cooker, Fridge, freezer and microwave
  • Sun room with an open fire, dining seating for ten people and access to a rear patio
  • Twin bedroom with an en-suite with a bath with shower over
  • Master bedroom with a king size bed with views to the sea and the garden
  • Second bedroom with a double bed
  • House bathroom with a shower over the bath
  • Indoor and outdoor drying area
  • Enclosed garden with a patio and a charcoal barbecue
  • Ample parking space
  • For a larger party there is also a self contained wooden chalet located at rear of property suitable for 1 or 2 extra persons
  • Maximum of two pets are welcome

Contact: Wilderness Cottages

Telephone: 01456 486358


Website: Wilderness Cottages


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