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Double bedroom
Shower room
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Eastend Wee Hoose

Lochwinnoch (4mls SE), Ayrshire
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Sky TV
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A charming and cosy cottage with stunning countryside views
  • A beautiful romantic retreat in a tranquil setting
  • A magical place in a magical setting, ideal for idyllic country walks
  • Perfectly situated for visiting the coast, the Isle of Arran and Glasgow
  • Enjoy fantastic ferry trips exploring the west coast
  • Within easy reach of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
Property code: 37338

This adorable little cottage, 3 miles from Beith, with far-reaching countryside views is the perfect romantic rural getaway for an outdoor-loving couple, and city and coastal attractions are within easy reach too.


The single-storey barn conversion has been beautifully renovated into a charming country cottage with a fresh, bright feel and light flooding through the many French doors and windows. It’s a small but perfectly formed retreat and once you’re settled in, those views will be hard to tear yourselves away from. The ivory wood-panelling gives the house a comfortable yet airy feel, and despite the rural setting, you’ll find everything you need for a comfortable stay. Kick back in the lounge and look out through the French doors – better still fling them open and fill the room with country air and sounds. There’s no need to avert your gaze when hunger strikes, as the extendable dining table in the kitchen sits beside a window framing more pretty views. Rustle up a feast with the electric oven and hob, or just pop a ‘ping’ meal in the microwave for a quick fix. The family-size fridge/freezer means you can stock up then sit back and fully relax during your stay. Lazy evenings can be spent with a film, getting competitive over a board game, or simply curled on the sofa with books and a companionable silence. The double bedroom is a peaceful haven, with more French doors opening onto the fully enclosed garden. Indulge in a glass of wine and a spot of stargazing or retire to bed and take an early morning coffee outside instead.



Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • Bedrooms – 1 double
  • Kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and microwave
  • Lounge with SkyTV and  Blu-ray DVD
  • Shower room with WC
  • Enclosed garden with seating area
  • Bed linen, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included Bath robes provided
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • No smoking or e-cigarettes permitted in the house
  • Shops 4 miles and pub 2 miles
  • Arrival: 3pm
  • Any property identified with increased accessibility may have different levels of provision, it is therefore advisable you contact us before you book to ensure the property meets your specific needs and requirements

There is countryside as far as the eye can see from this cute property, so you can head out straight away on foot and explore. It's 3 miles to Beith, an attractive town with a good selection of shops and restaurants, as well as some historic buildings, and pretty gardens. Kilbirnie Loch, a mile from the town is popular for water sports or fishing and has a wide range of wildlife especially birds to see. Take a trip to Ardrossan on the west coast, 17 miles away, where you can spend the day on the sandy beach, or explore the town and its castle, which is said to be haunted by William Wallace himself. Walk – or paddle – along the beach down to Saltcoats, about a mile away, and see its historic harbour or enjoy some refreshments, or for a real adventure take a ferry over to the Isle of Arran and explore its rugged beauty. Those craving some city-action will be pleased to find Glasgow just 20 miles from the house, so it's an easy trip for a bit of retail therapy, a spot of culture at the museums and galleries, or even a night out with dinner and a show.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

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Reviewed by David 21st September 2019

The cottage is perfect for two people. However, although the kitchen is very well equipped it is a bit snug when two people are in there. The garden was ideal for our dog, and is very secure. The owners are lovely people and do there best to make sure that everything is perfect, including providing treats for the guests and also their dog.

Reviewed by Carol 24th August 2019

We simply could not fault the Wee Hoose, it is a fantastic property and in such a beautiful setting. Peter & Jane were very welcoming hosts. Excellent area for exploring, so many different places to get to. We will hopefully be returning in the future.

Reviewed by Clive 27th July 2019

The Wee Hoose is a fabulous holiday cottage. Cosy, quiet and very relaxing. Everything was immaculate and everything you could possibly need is provided. This was simply one of the best cottages we have stayed in and we would highly recommend it.

Reviewed by Bryan 13th July 2019

its a little slice of heaven hidden away in Scotland, would high;y recommend a visit/staycation - first class relaxation

Reviewed by Tracey 29th June 2019

Lovely clean cottage, well equipped kitchen, thoughtful hosts supplying toiletries, a bottle of bubbly, chocs and home made marmalade. There are games, books, and dvds to occupy in the evenings too. Having a secure enclosed garden allowed us to let our dogs out and not worry. The property is in a quiet rural location with many beautiful areas easilRead morey accessible. Hide

Reviewed by Diane 15th June 2019

The cottage is set in countryside about half an hour drive from the coast. A good location for visiting the isles of Arran and Bute.

Reviewed by Paul 25th May 2019

Absolutely beautiful. Everything we needed. Owners very friendly and helpful

Reviewed by Jill 11th May 2019

Very pretty location and the wee hoose had every amenity you could wish for it was central to travel to various locations and only 30 mins from the beach a pub which was 2 mile from the cottage and also allowed dogs served a good food selection finally the hosts were so friendly and helpful

Reviewed by Deborah 31st March 2019

We loved the Wee Hoose. Best equipped cottage ever, Jane had thought of everything. Dog was very welcome and we had our own secure garden which had direct access from front room and bedroom

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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