Dalbeattie 6 miles.
Part of a mill conversion in the popular Rocliffe area of Dalbeatie lies Burnside, an upside down house with a pleasant outlook onto the fields and beyond.
Perfect for families or friends, this retreat promises a heart-warming stay all-year-round, offering a spacious interior to elevate your holiday experience.
The ground floor features a charming kitchen, designed in a homely fashion with a dining table, well-suited for breakfast in the early hours, or a cosy meal in the evening.
After a lovely night in, you will be pleased to discover two twin rooms close by, wrapped in neutral décor; a soothing place to relax away from it all.
With a shower room on hand, guests can get ready at ease, ahead of another adventure-filled day.
Upstairs, there is a king-size bedroom attuned to the feel of the cottage with exposed beams towering above, bringing a characterful twist to the interior.
Not forgetting the delightful en-suite bathroom.
A key feature of this floor is the wonderful lounge which boasts a magnificent beamed vaulted ceiling, and an open fire to warm those cooler evenings.
Gather together for some family time, or simply unwind in front of the TV.
Appreciate the garden views from the lounge, or better yet wander outside to be at one with it all, while resting on the furniture with the sounds of the idyllic stream to keep you company.
The town sits within a wooded valley on the River Urr and provides access to the picturesque Solway Coast with its miles of beaches and pretty villages.
Today it is renowned for outdoor activities with the world famous 7stanes mountain biking complex nearby, as well as forest walks in Glentrool.
Panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the Lake District and the Galloway Hills ensure a memorable getaway for all the family.