Mauchline 6 miles.
A charming terraced cottage in the hamlet of Sornhill near Mauchline, Ayrshire.
A former pauper’s cottage dating from the 19th century, this comfy cottage has been lovingly updated to provide stylish accommodation while retaining its original charm and is ideal for couples or friends looking for a great base to explore this part of Scotland.
This lovely cottage has two double bedrooms with the additional benefit that the ground floor room can be set up as a twin on request, making it suitable for friends and families as well as couples.
The second bedroom on the first floor is reached by the stairs from the dining room and has its own en-suite shower room, TV and views across the field behind the cottage.
The welcoming sitting room boasts a multi-fuel and is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day spent touring.
The kitchen opens onto the rear garden where you can sit and soak up the relaxing countryside atmosphere on the patio overlooking the garden and the fields beyond, with just the sound of birdsong to accompany you.
With the nearby towns of Galston and Mauchline offering a range of shops and amenities, you are well catered for at this beautiful cottage.
Enjoy walks and cycling from your door or have a day at the beach at Ayr.
Golfers are in heaven as Royal Troon and Turnberry are not too far away.
Explore the history of Ayrshire with its famous connections not only to Robert Burns, but also William Wallace and Robert the Bruce.
A delightful cottage and the ideal base for exploring this lovely part of the country.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x first floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility with safe. Dining room. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove.
About the location
Ayr 12 miles.
The lovely village of Mauchline quietly nestles amidst glorious hills and farmland and is ideally situated for exploring the magnificent scenery of Ayrshire and the Isle of Arran. The village is well-known as the home of Robert Burns, who lived and farmed in the area with his wife Jean Armour for many years. The house they shared is now a museum and forms part of the Burns Trail. The Royal Troon and Turnberry links courses are both nearby, whilst the historic seaside resort of Ayr is just 12 miles away, offering excellent shopping, bars, restaurants and sandy beaches. Visit Dumfries House at nearby Cumnock with its unrivalled collection of Chippendale furniture, or take a trip to Culzean Castle with its picturesque cliff-top setting and enjoy the 600 acre country park complete with deer park, swan pond, adventure playground and delightful beaches. A truly charming part of Scotland with something for all tastes.