This is a wonderfully converted sawmill based near the town of Castle Douglas in Dumfries and Galloway.
Old Sawmill Cottage comes in an idyllic riverside location, it is ideal for a peaceful couples' break.
Step down towards the cottage and enter into the stylish, wooden furnished kitchen, offering the essential equipment that you'll need during your stay.
This leads onto the alluring sitting room, a cosy space with comfortable leather sofas, an excellent woodburning stove and a TV to create the ultimate relaxing spot for a rainy day.
The windows offer splendid views of the nearby river with opportunities to see all sorts of wildlife.
Heading through the house, there is a contemporary shower room with a double walk-in shower, which leads onto the spacious ysuper king size bedroom, with original wooden beams adding great character.
Why not head out to the seating area to the back of the house, and enjoy a morning coffee or an evening glass of wine whilst watching and listening to the river in front of you?
Castle Douglas is a great place to base a holiday, it offers a wide variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.
It also offers great access to the Solway Coast, an area providing incredible beaches and fishing villages waiting to be explored.
Old Sawmill Cottage is a delightful property in a truly stunning location.
About the location
Dalbeattie 6 miles; Kirkcudbright 9.5 miles; Dumfries 18 miles.
The attractive country town of Castle Douglas is nestled in the southwest of Scotland, in the Dumfries and Galloway region. Castle Douglas is known locally as the 'Food Town', playing host to a large selection of independent food shops, as well as a range of wonderful pubs and restaurants. The town provides access to the picturesque Solway Coast, with its miles of beautiful beaches and scattering of pretty fishing villages. Carlingwark Loch lies just south of the town, a large, freshwater lake, great for coarse fishing and sailing. The loch itself hosts a selection of small islands, while the shores are peppered with picturesque picnic spots. Hop aboard a boat and venture to Threave Castle, perched on an island in the River Dee, and explore its glorious gardens elsewhere on the estate, open to the public all year round. Dumfries and Galloway is an area renowned for its outdoor activities including bird watching, mountain biking, fishing, star-gazing and golfing. Practise your swing on the 18-hole golf course situated in the grounds of the former 18th century country mansion, Cally Palace. Pull on your walking boots and go hiking across west Scotland’s inspiring landscape, or sail along its wonderful coastline. Whatever you fancy for your holiday in Scotland, Castle Douglas is the perfect base for experiencing it all!