This ground floor apartment sits in the stunning village of New Abbey in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
With some of the region's true gems close at hand, this serves as an ideal base for couples, families or friends seeking a Scottish getaway.
The living areas in the property are beautifully furnished, spend your downtime with your feet up in the cosy sitting room with the splendid fire to keep you warm.
The kitchen is beautifully modern and well-equipped, making a wonderful spot to prepare each delicious meal as the days go by.
Enjoy your mealtimes together in the lovely dining room, charming furniture helps to create a welcoming environment.
The two bedrooms in the property; a double and a twin, are dressed to make you feel at ease whilst getting your well-deserved rest.
The interior concludes stylishly with its glistening family bathroom where you can lie and soak at the end of an adventure-filled day.
To the back of the house there is a lovely lawned area, sit out and help yourself to a refreshing drink when the sun comes out.
New Abbey is a fabulous holiday base, boasting the magnificent Sweetheart Abbey and the Corn Mill.
The market town of Dumfries comes within a short journey and makes for an excellent day out with its wealth of first-class amenities and some stunning architecture.
An inviting cottage in a fine location for exploring Dumfries and Galloway.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburing stove.
About the location
Dumfries 5 miles.
The quiet village of New Abbey is dominated by the peak of Criffel, which at 570 metres, offers excellent walking and superb views over south western Scotland and the Lake District. The history of the village is represented in Sweetheart Abbey, a Cistercian abbey dating from 1273. A watermill makes an attractive backdrop for the village which has a shop, a coffee shop and two hotels. The River Nith runs nearby and offers excellent fishing. Dumfries lies 8 miles to the north. A market town and former royal burgh, Dumfries, nicknamed Queen of the South, dates from Roman times and is split into two by the River Nith running into the Solway Firth. With its many restaurants, bars, cafes and museums, as well as walking, biking and fishing in the nearby Galloway Hills and forests, there is something for everyone in this beautiful area of south west Scotland.