A pleasant detached cottage situated on the outskirts of Thornhill, wrapped in hillside views and natural landscape that rests in the distance.
Friendly and vibrant, this well-presented retreat offers couples or individual travellers a nice break, whether you are planning a romantic trip or a scenic adventure.
The open-plan layout welcomes you on arrival, boasting a warm red interior, which flows from the kitchen area through to the lounge.
Look forward to preparing those home cooked meals or early morning snacks here, then relax at the breakfast bar amongst the modern features.
In the evening, you can choose from the selection of books, games or videos, and cosy up on the sofa for a delightful end to a busy day.
Afterwards, make your way to the double bedroom, knitted together with lovely décor and soft lighting so you can unwind in comfort during your stay.
The family bathroom comes as an all-white suite, boasting a bath with a shower over, so you can get ready ahead of your afternoon, or simply relax after the sunsets.
For some 'me time', wander out to the decked patio area where you can unwind with a refreshing drink at your own leisure.
Surrounded by wonderful scenery and Nithsdale and the Lowther Hills, there are plenty of opportunities to walk and cycle the ancient routes of Thornhill, as well as the trails of the Forest of Ae.
Drumlanrig Castle is regarded as one of the finest examples of late 17th century Renaissance architecture in Scotland.
The location is also ideal for a trip to the seaside at Ayr, or shopping and sightseeing in cosmopolitan Glasgow.
Everything you need for a heart-warming holiday to remember.
About the location
Dumfries 15 miles; Ayr 42 miles; Glasgow 66 miles.
The quiet village of Thornhill is in the Mid Nithsdale area of Dumfries and Galloway in southern Scotland, and is an ideal place for a relaxing break. Surrounded by wonderful scenery and the low hills of Carsphairn and Lowther, there are plenty of opportunities to walk and cycle these ancient hills. In the centre of Thornhill village is a column supporting a majestic winged horse, which is the emblem of the Dukes of Queensberry who own the surrounding land and also the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle. Set on an 80,000 acre estate comprising a country park and Victorian gardens, Drumlanrig Castle is regarded as one of the finest examples of late 17th century Renaissance architecture in Scotland and also boasts an internationally renowned art collection. Thornhill’s location means that it is ideal for a day trip to the seaside at Ayr or a day’s shopping and sightseeing in cosmopolitan Glasgow.
Note: Will accept children under 5 years of age.