Southerness 2 miles.
A bright and refreshing semi-detached cottage set two miles inland from Southerness on Scotland’s Solway Coast, within driving distance of both Dalbeattie and Dumfries.
The rejuvenating interior and excellent location make Drumbuie the perfect stay for a relaxed family holiday.
The kitchen comes with traditional-style floor tiles and is well-equipped with stylish furnishings.
The kitchen also has superb views onto the surrounding countryside.
The sitting room is cosy and warming with comfortable seating, as well as a TV and electric fire.
The ground floor is complete with two immaculate, fresh bedrooms set with calming decor and fantastic views.
Up the traditional steep and narrow cottage stairs takes you to a king-size bedroom, a spacious and airy room under the vaulted ceiling with a window overlooking the fields beyond.
To the front of the property there is a delightful little garden, this leads to the attractive back garden with a lawned area and a patio with furniture.
Dumfries is a large town brimming with fascinating history regarding figures such as King Arthur and William the Conqueror.
Dumfries is on the coast, offering wonderful beaches, it also offers fantastic opportunities for walkers and cyclists.
This area of Scotland is bursting with incredible attractions as Castle Douglas sits just 18 miles away.
The Galloway Hills are also within easy reach.
A fantastic little cottage in a brilliant location.
Note: This property is attached to Ref 937831, together they sleep 11.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
About the location
Castle Douglas 19 miles; Dalbeattie 13 miles; Dumfries 16 miles.
Southerness is a small coastal village established in the late 18th century, which looks out over the Solway Firth, and forms part of the Colvend coast, one of the finest stretches of coastline on the 'Scottish Riviera'. Home to two pubs, a village store, a leisure centre with a pool and two miles of sandy beaches with sand dunes, rock pools and Gulf Stream warmed waters, and one of the oldest lighthouses in Scotland, built in 1748, it has everything you will need for a relaxing holiday. The nearby Criffel Hill rises to 569m, offers wonderful views of the farmland and the sands of the Nith Estuary below, and provides great walking opportunities. The Southerness Championship Golf Course adjoins the village and offers panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the Cumbrian Lake District to the south and the Galloway Hills to the west. A great location, with something to keep everybody occupied.