A lovely terraced cottage in the village of Douglas in South Lanarkshire.
Fully refurbished to a high standard, this cottage is perfect for families or friends wishing to explore this beautiful area.
Both twin rooms can be doubles on request and the king-size double boasts an en-suite bathroom with a fabulous freestanding bath.
The ground floor family bathroom is also one step down from the hallway.
The charming sitting room comfortably seats six and there are two steps up into the well-equipped kitchen and dining area, ideal for preparing an evening meal after a day discovering all South Lanarkshire has to offer.
There’s also a utility room at the rear of the property, leading to a courtyard.
At the front of the cottage there is a decked garden with furniture, lockable bike storage and a barbecue, perfect for watching the world go by or dining alfresco.
Explore the history of the area at the Douglas Heritage Museum or visit St Bride’s Church, with the oldest working clock in Scotland, dating from 1565.
Enjoy superb hill and moorland walking and cycling on the nearby Douglas Estates as well as excellent fishing on the Douglas Water.
A little further afield is the Douglas Water Golf Club with its stunning views of the Lanarkshire countryside.
Visit the charming market town of Biggar and see the famous Victorian Puppet Theatre or revel in one of the many festivals taking place throughout the year.
This lovely holiday cottage is ideal for a country getaway for families and friends alike.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite freestanding bath, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin (zip/link, can be double on request), 1 x twin (zip/link, can be double on request). Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Lanark 12 miles; Biggar 18 miles.
The village of Douglas is on the south bank of the stunning Douglas Water. A great touring base, the village sits on the A70 road linking Ayr, on the west coast of Scotland, to Edinburgh on the east and is around 12 miles south west of Lanark. Draped in history, the village boasts the corner tower of Douglas Castle, the only remnants of the 14th century seat of the Lords of Douglas. The ruins of St Brides Church are well worth a visit too, also dating from the late 1300s. With a range of shops, cafes and restaurants in the village, Douglas has something for everyone.