Laird House is a superb detached cottage surrounded by bountiful countryside on the outskirts of the little village of Lochmaben.
Situated right next to the owner’s farm, there is a lovely horse paddock and wondrous landscape views.
This accommodation is suitable for family or friends and is wheelchair-friendly, with an open-plan living area, a larger shower room and ramps to assist for your convenience.
Enter through the conservatory where there is a selection of games to enjoy, not to mention a lovely seating area to relax as the sun slowly sweeps across the window into the evening.
The conservatory leads you through into a large open plan living area which is beautifully laid out with modern furnishings including breakfast bar, dining table and woodburning stove to add warmth and comfort to your stay.
The bedrooms are both very spacious, the super king-size room having remote control Velux windows which draw in the glorious sunlight.
The garden has a lovely patio area with table and chairs and a sandpit with toys to keep the children fully occupied.
The quaint, little village of Lochmaben offers a range of pubs and restaurants and the beautiful Kirk Loch.
The wider region boasts a wealth of historic sites to visit as well as museums and galleries.
Dumfries and Galloway offers plenty of exciting activities such as mountain biking, windsurfing and yachting, however, if you just want to absorb the charming, green landscape then there are lots of gentle walking routes.
This beautiful property has much to offer for a relaxing week in an idyllic rural setting.
All over one floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link) with en-suite bath, basin and WC. 1 x double with children's bunks. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove and breakfast bar with seating for four. Conservatory with seating for four.
About the location
Lockerbie 4 miles; Dumfries 7 miles; Carlisle 28 miles
Dominated by its stunning town hall, the village of Lochmaben rests in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. With a small range of amenities, it also offers five lochs, some known for their sailing and fishing. Lochmaben is also home to some fascinating castle ruins and an 18-hole golf course, the 53-mile long Annandale Way walking path runs through the village. From here you can visit the well-appointed town of Lockerbie, also home to a golf course. The market town of Dumfries is just seven miles away and ensures an excellent day out with its stunning architecture, things to do and the picturesque River Nith running through it.