A well presented terraced cottage ideally located in the heart of the town of Gatehouse of Fleet in Scotland's beautiful Dumfries and Galloway region.
This former brewery store is a delightful upside down cottage and is perfect for couples wanting a comfortable base to explore this varied corner of Scotland.
The ground floor of this Gatehouse of Fleet cottage has a spacious double bedroom and shower room.
The large open plan living area of this Gatehouse of Fleet cottage is situated on the first floor and is a charming feature comprising a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a comfortable sitting area with a double sofa bed and electric fire.
The cottage is located in a small courtyard just off the main street and has easy access to the village of Gatehouse of Fleet, which is home to an attractive assortment of cafes, shops and restaurants.
The Mill on the Fleet Visitor Centre and Cally Gardens are perennial tourist favourites making Gatehouse of Fleet a popular destination.
There is excellent walking and fishing nearby and the renowned 7stanes mountain biking trails have a home here too.
A charming Gatehouse of Fleet cottage, ideal for a relaxing break.
One ground floor double bedroom. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with double sofa bed and electric fire.
About the location
GATEHOUSE OF FLEET
Kirkcudbright 8 miles; Newton Stewart 15 miles; Castle Douglas 15 miles.
Peaceful in its pastel colours, the small country town of Gatehouse of Fleet lies on the Solway Firth, in the midst of Dumfries & Galloway countryside, with good sandy beaches a five-minute drive away. The town was founded in the 1760s as a mill community, and today the nearby Mill on the Fleet - a visitor centre in a former bobbin mill - tells the tale of Gatehouse’s cotton-spinning days. Today, there are several shops in the town including a small supermarket, chemist, bank and Post Office, along with two book/gift shops, a kilt-making centre and two cafes. All four pubs in the town have restaurant facilities and welcome children. Castle Douglas, a 15-minute drive away, offers an extensive range of shops, Threave Gardens and boating on Carlingwark Loch.