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Riverside Cottage

Self Catering
Sleeps: 4
Price from: £450.00 to £600.00 pw

Riverside Cottage in Southern Scotland is a detached former bothy built c.1880. It is a High quality cottage sleeping up to 4 people

The cottage has recently been renovated to a modern, high standard, luxury self-catering property.

Riverside Cottage is nestled on the banks of the river Dryfe in the small, peaceful rural village of Boreland. A few miles north of Lockerbie in Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland.

The cottage is available for self-catering holiday lets throughout the year and this includes short stays of 3 or 4 nights.

Christmas and New Year breaks are also available.

Riverside Cottage’s location is a great base

for visiting local attractions in Dumfries & Galloway. Cycling, walking, golfing and catching the train for a day to Edinburgh or Glasgow.

It is also the perfect place to just relax, unwind and enjoy the peace and quiet of Southern Scotland.

The cottage is perfect for a family or 2 couples who are looking for that little bit extra.

It offers comfortable self catering accommodation in a quiet, rural location.

If you want to get away from the fast pace of life and feel the need to recharge your batteries. Then plan your trip to Dumfries & Galloway and make Riverside Cottage your home from home.

Home cooked meals can be provided ready to heat up as well as soup, puddings and afternoon tea  (when booked in advance and subject to availability).


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Riverside Cottage
Bridge House
DG11 2LH

01576 610304

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