A charming mid-terrace cottage located on a characterful street, just a short stroll away from the coast in New Abbey.
Perfectly situated for couples, this retreat has been designed for two, and rests in close proximity of notable walks and memorable views.
Step inside to the small hallway which presents a double bedroom, tied together with neutral décor, and soft furnishings that create an all-round relaxing ambience.
After a long afternoon, this will become your own little paradise away from the hustle and bustle.
A family bathroom lies close by, styled with a bath and an overhead shower; a white suite, complimented by black wall tiles.
The lounge has been filled with warmth, home to an electric woodburner-effect fire and delightful features that set the tone for a cosy night in.
This room continues through to a modern kitchen/diner, housing plenty of essentials and seating for up to three people should you wish to enjoy breakfast or dinner amongst the lovely layout.
For a moment to yourself, why not wander out towards the private patio area, where you can appreciate the location whilst planning those sightseeing journeys.
New Abbey is steeped in history, with excellent walking, and views over south western Scotland and the Lake District.
With its many restaurants, bars, cafés and museums, as well as walking, biking and fishing in the nearby Galloway Hills and forests, this location is not to be missed.
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.