Castlewigg Holiday Park, Whithorn

No 6 Castlewigg Holiday Park, Whithorn, Newton Stewart, DG8 8DL

Key Information

Sleeps: 5

Beds: 3

Pets Allowed: Yes

Size: 38' x 20'

Year of Manufacture: 2006

Make: Tingdene

Model: Lodge

Licence End Date: No end date

Park's Annual charges: £2500

About the Property

Beautiful, well maintained 3 bedroom Tingdene Lodge for sale.

Located within the walled garden on a very peaceful well cared for site at Castlewigg Holiday Park in unspoilt Dumfries and Galloway.

Open 50 weeks of the year. for second home / leisure use.

Lovely walks right from the door and 10 minutes drive to gorgeous sandy beaches and places of interest. Very little traffic, ever! 6 miles from the Isle of Whithorn, Golf Courses, Coastal Walks etc.

The lodge comprises of:

  • Lovely light airy lounge/kitchen opening onto extensive decking with a really lovely green outlook
  • Leafy lane behind
  • New Boiler
  • Double Shower
  • Good double bedroom with huge walk in wardrobe
  • One small double/single bedroom with patio windows
  • One further single bedroom

Most furniture/sofas/beds etc included. Washing machine, cooker, fridge/freezer etc. Nice carpets. Good to go. Can leave crockery etc if needed. Please message me for more photos.


  • Designated parking
  • Double glazing
  • Driveway parking
  • Family bathroom with shower
  • Freeview TV
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Heating: LPG Bottled
  • Internet access
  • Oven
  • Patio decking
  • Washing machine
  • Buy to let permitted
  • Hob

About the park / location

Castlewigg is very quiet and peaceful. Most owners use the homes for themselves only. The grounds are beautifully kept. There is a laundry, reception and childrens play area on a lovely grassy area at the front of the park.

Park Facilities

  • Buy to let permitted
  • Children's play area

All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.