This white washed annexe to the owner's B&B is perfectly located in South West Scotland, near the mouth of the River Esk.
It offers a cosy feel inside, ideal for couples looking to explore Dumfries and Galloway, where acres of forest and green spaces rub shoulders with undulating coastline.
Enter the property into the kitchen, which is compact yet well fitted for a comfortable stay in Gretna Green village.
If you don't fancy cooking of an evening, the town of Gretna is well-stocked with a variety of restaurants and pubs to choose from.
The double bedroom is bright and airy with a skylight opening up the space.
A curtain separates the room from the adjoining bathroom suite, which boasts a Jacuzzi bath, a hand-held shower attachment and a sleek grey finish.
The large living room occupies a dining area for two and sumptuous seating to curl up on with your loved one.
This leads into a conservatory flooded with light, offering views out over the enclosed garden.
This romantic bolthole is right on the border to England, with Cumbria in easy reach, offering some fabulous walking country and abundant towns and villages to visit.
Gretna Green is famous for its runaway marriages and today it still offers a five-star wedding destination.
There is also shopping and quality dining to experience, as well as heritage to explore.
Don't miss out on some fabulous walks at Solway Firth and the Solway Coast AONB.
A wonderful region for a romantic couple's getaway.
About the location
Gretna 1 miles; Carlisle 10.5 miles
This quaint little village sits in southwest Scotland right on the border to England, and is a world-famous destination for runaway marriages, appearing in many popular films and TV series over the years. The village itself, while neighouring the well-stocked town of Gretna, offers a small selection of amenities including a Post Office/shop, a restaurant and a choice of hotels and pubs to have a drink in. The area is superb for lovers of the countryside, on the opposite side of the River Esk sits the stunning Solway Firth and the Solway Coast AONB to keep you busy. As well as the charming towns of Dumfries, Lockerbie and Langholm within Scotland, you can cross the border into England and explore the beautiful county of Cumbria, with wonderful spots such as Carlisle and Brampton on offer.