Top quality Converted Mill located in a beautiful rural location with spectacular views , Excellent base for walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding, or just relaxing. Perfect for exploring Dumfries and Galloway and all it has to offer.
Converted Mill located in a beautiful rural location within a converted farm steading. Excellent base for walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding, or just relaxing. The mill is approximately 2.5 miles from the villages of Lochfoot, Crocketford and Haugh of Urr and 8 miles from Dumfries, Castle Douglas, and Dalbeattie. We are located within the heart of Galloway, ideally situated to explore the whole of Dumfries & Galloway. If your dates are not available at Burnbrae mill, please take a look at Abbey Green in New Abbey, it is new for 2014 and has been restored to a very high standard. New Abbey is perfect for people who enjoy the outdoors.Location •Burnbrae Mill has a peaceful outlook but is centrally located and is convenient for Dumfries, Castle Douglas food town renowned for its specialised shops and Dalbeattie, Ae, Mabie Kirroughtree, and Glentool forests which boast of their top class mountain bike trails.•The beautiful Solway coast, and its many beautiful beaches are a 20 minute drive away.•Dumfries and Galloway is steeped in Scottish History, and many would say, it is the hidden gem of Scotland, with scenery that is diverse and inspiring. Once you have stayed in Dumfries and Galloway you won't want to go home.•We are a family run business and you can be assured of a warm welcome. A map of the area and a welcome pack is provided. The house shall be decorated for Christmas and have a real floor to ceiling height Christmas tree within the dining room. Photo's of the view are taken from the French doors in the lounge. 7 mill has full central heating. There are two bathrooms within the mill. The ground floor bathroom has a bath with shower over bath, w.c and w.h.b, the first floor bathroom is fitted with a walk in shower, w.c and w.h.b. Mill Layout, Ground Floor 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. First floor has a dining room, kitchen, lounge and shower room. Ground Floor The Master Bedroom has a king size (Rest Assured divan bed). The Twin bedroom has two 3' by 6'6"(Rest Assured divan beds. The third bedroom has Bunk beds, again these beds are 3' by 6'6", capable of sleeping adults as well as children. The ground floor bathroom has a bath, w.c and w.h.b. Hall and staircase with cast iron balustrade together with a dart board cabinet. First Floor Large dining room with a table and 6 chairs. Large Kitchen with smeg, appliances. Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Ceramic Hob, Oven, Extractor Fan, and a Fridge/Freezer Hall Shower room fitted with a walk in shower, w.c and w.h.b. Lounge, with wood burning stove, 32" LCD T.V, satellite (free view), dvd player together with a selection of DVD'S, xbox 360 and selection games, quality midi system with wireless head phones and a selection of CD's together with a selection of board games for all to enjoy. The large French door serving the lounge over look the burn and hills beyond. Large private Garden and parking area Patio Furniture and a gas BBQ is provided free Putting green for the kids to enjoy. together with a sand pit and a few ride on toys. All linen and one set of towels is provided at no additional cost. Electric and oil for central heating is provided at no additional cost. Cot available , the cot mattress is replaced every year.
The Dumfries and Galloway region
Discover the history and beauty of Dumfries & Galloway and you'll find lush green forests and sandy shores which have inspired great men and women. Visit the castles and historic spots to learn more of days gone by, while taking in the breath taking views.
Towns and Places in Dumfries & Galloway.
Dumfries & Galloway has a number of great towns and villages from the coastal communities to the highest village in Britain and the three towns dedicated to food, books and art.
Forest Parks and Scenic Areas
Discover a region where unspoiled natural beauty thrives, from the sandy shorelines to the highest peaks. Explore a Forest Park, ancient wood or enjoy a stroll while watching for wildlife.
Dumfries & Galloway History
With its connections to the beginning of Scottish Christianity, famous poet Robert Burns and great inventors such as Kirkpatrick Macmillan, Dumfries & Galloway has a fascinating history worth exploring.
Explore this magnificent part of Dumfries & Galloway which boasts the Galloway Red Kite Trail, Castle Douglas Food Town and The Colvend Coast.
Situated on the banks of the River Dee and close to the Solway coast, the charming town of Kirkcudbright boasts an attractive town centre. You will find a colourful combination of medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings, along with a fine harbour overlooked by the 16th century MacLellan's Castle.
Also known as the Artists' Town, Kirkcudbright boasts connections with the Glasgow Boys and is a magnet for Scottish art-lovers, with a range of galleries and studios to explore.
Castle Douglas, is a great place for independently owned and unique shops, is actually designated Dumfries & Galloway's Food Town due to its market and farming traditions and fine range of local butchers, delis and cafes. Don't miss nearby Threave Gardens and Threave Castle.
Dalbeattie provides an excellent base for exploring the great outdoors. Internationally famous 7stanes mountain biking trail is nearby and there are many opportunities to enjoy golf, fishing or birdwatching. Head up Loch Ken following the Galloway Kite Trail and you'll find New Galloway, the smallest royal burgh in Scotland, which is also an excellent spot for those looking to enjoy a range of activities such as watersports. Nearby St John's town of Dalry gives you easy access to The Southern Upland Way.
Visit Gatehouse of Fleet, an attractive little town steeped in history, once a thriving industrial centre with cotton mills and shipbuilding industry. Like Kirkcudbright, the town and surroundings also features in film and literature with connections to The Wickerman, and Five Red Herrings by Dorothy L. Sayers.
Joining the Solway Coast Heritage Trail, explore more of the fantastic coastline at Auchencairn, which was once a hotbed for smuggling. On the Colvend Coast, the village of Kippford is a great place to sit outdoors and enjoy a meal or tackle a variety of outdoor activities such as sailing and walking. Take the scenic footpath to the neighbouring village of Rockcliffe and enjoy a spot of beach combing before you return.
The mill and gardens are for sole use of the rental party.
We live close to the mill and can be contacted at anytime.
Hi my name is Suzanne, my husband and I have been running our holiday lets for 10 years . We always make sure our houses are spotlessly clean and we love to make our guests feel welcomed by leaving a fabulous home baked victoria cream cake for your arrival.