Little Laight Cottage is just north of the village of Cairnryan in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland, close to region's second largest town Stranraer.
Cairnryan is a ferry port which runs regular passenger services to/from Belfast and Larne in Northern Ireland so if you fancy a day trip you can just hop on the ferry for some shopping and sightseeing in Belfast or, if you're travelling from Northern Ireland, you're just 5 minutes away from your accommodation when you arrive in Scotland.
If you're travelling from Scotland, from the north, the cottage is less than 2 hours drive from Glasgow and only 2 hours 50 minutes from Edinburgh.
From the south of Scotland, and from the north of England, the cottage is just 1 hour 45 minutes from Dumfries or 2 hours 20 minutes from Carlisle.
There are daily ferry services practically to the cottage door from Larne or Belfast in Northern Ireland operated by P&O Ferries and Stena-Line. You'll find timetables and ferry information on the following websites:
If you're travelling by rail you'll find a daily service to/from Glasgow from nearby Stranraer with a connecting bus/coach service to Cairnryan.
Train timetables and rail travel information can be found on the following website:
There is a regular bus service between Cairnryan and Stranraer that connects with both ferry and rail services.
There are also regular bus services to/from Glasgow and to/from Dumfries and Carlisle. You'll find bus/coach timetable information on the following website:
Little Laight is accessible by a private track approximately 1 1/2 miles above the A77, deliberately kept fairly rough to deter unwelcome visitors. Perfectly serviceable in a normal car it is not suitable for sports cars. The gate into Little Laight is to be kept shut with cars inside to protect them from sheep and cattle.