This mid-terraced cottage is situated in the village of Carsethorn, Dumfries & Galloway, less than 10 miles from the village of New Abbey.
This fully modernised fisherman's cottage provides accommodation for a couple who are looking to get away from it all, yet still enjoy life's mod-cons.
There is decoration fitting for a coastal region cottage throughout the property.
There is a modern kitchen with electric oven and fridge freezer, a sitting room with open fire, dining seating for four, patio door access to the garden, comfortable seating and a wall-mounted TV with Netflix, Bluetooth CD player and WiFi access.
There’s also a shower room with good-sized walk-in shower and a comfortable bedroom with a king-sized bed and some storage space.
There is a day room/snug in addition, for reading in and relaxing, with a pull-out stacker bed, which is for use only on special request.
There is a garden to the rear of the property which has patio furniture, making a great place to enjoy the coastal views.
Close to the village of New Abbey, the property is close to an award-winning pub, a golf course and some fantastic walking routes.
The coast is a short walk from the property and can be seen from the front door.
The village of New Abbey offers a wealth of historical attractions such as the Cistercian abbey Sweetheart Abbey, which was founded by Lady Devorgilla in 1273 to commemorate the death of her husband John Balliol.
The village also offers a coffee shop and a village store.This former fisherman's cottage in the village of Carsethorn is a perfect getaway destination for couples looking for a short break.
The close proximity to the coast makes it an excellent stay for couples who enjoy coastal walks.
About the location
New Abbey 6 miles; Dumfries 13 miles.
The historic old port of Carsethorn is positioned on the coast line overlooking the Solway Firth, with views across the water to the Cumbrian Hills, thirteen miles from the town of Dumfries. The remains of the old pier can still be seen at low tide, plus in times gone by many people left Scotland from Carsethorn to start a new life in America. Carsethorn has a pub, whilst six miles away is the village of New Abbey, which is dominated by the peak of Criffel and offers the ruins of Sweetheart Abbey, a watermill, a shop, a coffee shop and two hotels. The market town and former royal burgh of Dumfries is close by, with its many museums, restaurants, pubs and shops, plus the Galloway Hills and forests are the perfect place for walks, cycle rides and fishing. Carsethorn is an excellent base for exploring this part of Scotland.