Sanquhar 1.5 miles.
This mid terrace cottage is situated close to the village of Sanquhar, resting on hillside, and in the midst of countryside landscape.
Hosting three bedrooms; this retreat is perfect for families or friends looking to escape into the peace and quiet of rural delights.
The sitting room is pieced together with leather sofas where you can rest in the warmth come night time.
This open plan set up leads over to a dining table, perfect for enjoying your favourite meals as the day goes by.
The kitchen is nice and bright, with lovely units, so that you can feel right at home when you arrive back after a day of exploring.
The family bathroom is a classic place to get ready or relax, housing a spa bath and an all white suite.
A double bedroom lies close by, decorated to a high standard, with an almost seaside theme and a soothing ambience.
Two twin bedrooms are equally as pleasant, mirroring the previous in style, and offering a peaceful sleeping environment.
Relax in the garden, where you can rest with a refreshing drink and light the fire pit whilst taking in the lovely surroundings.
The town of Sanquhar boasts a selection of bars, shops and cafes, a golf course, and a modern swimming pool with attached fitness centre.
The Southern Upland Way, a 212 mile coast-coast walking path, passes through the village and there is also direct rail access to/from Glasgow and Carlisle.
Sanquhar has much to offer throughout the year.
About the location
Dumfries 26 miles; Ayr 31 miles; Kilmarnock 32 miles.
A former Royal Burgh, the town of Sanquhar sits on the River Nith in Dumfries and Galloway. The name derives from the Gaelic 'Seann Cathair', meaning 'Old Fort' and at the southern end of the town there can still be seen the ancient ruins of the castle. Robert Burns was a frequent visitor to Sanquhar and wrote many of his best known nature poems while inspired by the surrounding countryside. The town today boasts a selection of bars, shops and cafes, a 9 hole golf course, a modern swimming pool with attached fitness centre, and the A’ The Airts Arts Centre, which showcases a wide variety of local and regional arts and crafts. In addition, the town lays claim to the oldest working Post Office in the world at 300 years and counting. Magnificent Drumlanrig Castle and Country Estate lies only 10 miles to the south and offers a wide range of family and outdoor activities throughout the year. Sanquhar is virtually encircled by hills with the Carsphairn and Scaur range to the west and the Lowther Hills to the south east. The Southern Upland Way, a 212 mile coast-coast walking path, passes through the village. Mountain bikers too are well-served by waymarked trails at Drumlanrig Castle and the 7stanes trail at Ae Forest, not to mention many local tracks and forest roads. With direct rail access to/from Glasgow and Carlisle, Sanquhar has much to offer throughout the year.