A lovely semi-detached cottage located in St. John’s Town of Dalry, an attractive and inviting base from which to explore the charming surroundings.
Perfect for couples to spend some quality time, this retreat has been designed to a lovely standard with a cheery interior that promises to elevate your stay.
The lounge boasts a delightful L shape sofa and a multi fuel stove, which rests amongst pastel coloured walls for an uplifting finish.
Whether you are just starting your day or winding down after a long afternoon, this setup is a home-away-from-home.
The double bedroom is tied together with a wardrobe and a chest of drawers, echoing a quirky feel with bold décor and patterned bedding.
Close by, a well-appointed shower room continues this sense of vibrancy, with quality fittings to complete the formation.
The kitchen/diner has a charming overtone, perfect for enjoying those home-cooked meals in the company of your loved ones.
From here you can access the gravelled garden, ideal for some fresh air after an adventure-filled day, with pleasant views sitting in the distance.
Resting on the Southern Upland Way, this retreat lies within easy reach of Ayrshire and Arran and just a short drive away is the Galloway Forest, boasting the UK's first Dark Sky Park.
A cosy Scotland cottage, elevated by the beauty of the Galloway Hills.
About the location
ST. JOHN'S TOWN OF DALRY
New Galloway 3 miles; Castle Douglas 16 miles.
Dalry, or St. John’s Town of Dalry, to give it its full title, is a village in Kirkcudbrightshire and is on the route of the ancient pilgrimage from Edinburgh to Whithorn and St Ninian’s Cave. The Knights Hospitaller of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem owned much of the land around the village and offered particular support to pilgrims undertaking the journey. The village today is attractive and has two pubs offering meals and a general store. The nearby towns of New Galloway and Castle Douglas provide more opportunities for shopping. Ideally located for walking, fishing and cycling, the surrounding Galloway Forest Park is home to some of the renowned 7stanes cycle venues and also boasts the UK’s first Dark Sky Park.