With a high spec finish, my spacious, beautifully decorated flat is the perfect cosy retreat after a day of working or exploring the beautiful area of Dumfries And Galloway. Fantastic location - free un-restricted on-street parking, with the Camera Obscura Museum and Robert Burns Centre just one minutes walk away. Main bus station/town centre 5 mins walk. You have the entire flat to yourself (with private entrance) along with access to the shared garden. Very private and quiet.
En-suite shepherds hut with cooking facilities and fridge. SECURE cycle storage two touring pitches with electric hookup for campervans. Catering for: CYCLISTS: We're on Sustrans Route 7; the 601 mile cycle route from Sunderland to Inverness. WALKERS: We're adjacent to Old Military Road, much used by walkers exploring rural Dumfries & Galloway. WILDLIFE ENTHUSIASTS: There's an abundance of wildlife.. MTB ENTHUSIASTS:We're ideally located close to the 7 Stanes Mountain Bike trails
A lovely cottage with historical value in the centre of the picture postcard village New Abbey. Nestled amongst the lovely cottages of the village, Rosewall is full of charm. Perfect for a country get away or a romantic break for two. Within a short walking distance of the cottage there is a general store, tea room with gift shop, pub and of course the stunning Sweetheart Abbey. Nearby there are plenty of beaches, walks and wildlife watching to enjoy. There are also golf courses and numerous cycle trails within easy reach. Dumfries is 7 miles away and has many amenities. The cottage itself is very cosy and beautifully decorated. There is one double bedroom, bathroom with bath and shower, living room and a dining kitchen. All modern facilities including washer/dryer, microwave, coffee machine, bluetooth speaker and Wifi. There is a small private garden to the rear which is a lovely place to sit and have your morning coffee if the sun is out. A fantastic location to experience everything the area has to offer and the perfect place to relax. Parking can be on street or at the car park for the Abbey which is a short walk.