The Holiday Property Bond (HPB) have confirmed that their latest property, Coo Palace, Borgue, Near Kirkcudbright, Galloway, Scotland will be officially opened in March by The Duke of Abercorn KG.
The Duke said: “Coo Palace is a unique Grade A building which had fallen into total dereliction. Its location in coastal Galloway is exceptional and The Holiday Property Bond has had the imagination and courage to restore it as a luxury holiday complex, which I look forward to opening on the 26th March.”
Coo Palace (interior pictured) will be the latest addition to the Holiday Property Bond’s one-of-a-kind holiday property portfolio which consists of luxury villas, cosy cottages, stylish apartments and historic country houses.
There are currently 33 sites across the UK & Europe and Coo Palace, in the south-west of Scotland on the Galloway coastline and will boast 26 properties/accommodations, comprising of two studios, 12 one-bedroom units, 10 two-bedroom units and two three-bedroom units.
The property will also feature an indoor heated swimming pool with swimjet and children’s area, sauna and steam room, clubroom with DVD library and tourist information, games room, children’s play area, crazy golf, small shop and laundry.
The site offers views over Wigtown Bay and the Solway Firth and is 33 miles from Dumfries and 70 miles from Carlisle. Kirkcudbright is less than eight miles away, with a range of shops and restaurants.