A superb semi-detached, traditional cottage in the hamlet of Borgue, five miles from Kirkcudbright.
Fully-refurbished throughout, and tastefully decorated and furnished, this charming cottage is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful south west of Scotland.
This lovely cottage can sleep up to six people and has a ground floor double bedroom, whilst the first floor has two other bedrooms and a bathroom.
The sitting room has a cosy woodburning stove and the kitchen, at the rear of the property, extends to a stylish dining area.
Outside this lovely cottage is an outbuilding which is ideal for storing bikes and the rear landscaped garden slopes up away from the cottage, with a raised seating area, allowing you to relax and soak up the peaceful surroundings.
A short walk brings you to the village pub and the bustling artistic haven of Kirkcudbright is five miles away.
This cottage is superbly located for exploring the coast, challenging yourself on the 7stanes mountain bike trails or simply relaxing.
Why not visit The Cream o' Galloway for a fun day out, amidst the woodland walks, adventure playground and sampling some superb cheeses and ice cream?
A delightful country cottage with something for everyone.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Kirkcudbright 5 miles; Dumfries 32 miles.
The quaint hamlet of Borgue has a pub and is situated five miles south west of Kirkcudbright. The historic and picturesque town of Kirkcudbright sits on the banks of the tidal waters of the River Dee, on the north Solway shore. Established as a Royal Burgh in 1455, giving it status to trade with ports outside Scotland, Kirkcudbright has always been supported by a busy fishing trade. Behind this working harbour, its wide streets and pastel coloured houses, a mix of Georgian villas and Victorian townhouses, make for a very attractive town centre, complete with the ruined McLellan's Castle. Also worth a visit is the interesting Stewartry Museum, housing a collection of assorted items representing the life and times on the Solway coast. Kirkcudbright is also known as the artists' town, established by Edward Hornel in the late nineteenth century and still the case today, with a fine collection of art galleries, crafts, cafés and antique shops. The area offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere with attractive coastal landscapes and plenty to offer the whole family.