The Old Post Office is a cosy little cottage on the High street of Scotland's smallest Royal Burgh. It was built in 1835 and was one of the many homes the local Post office has enjoyed over the centuries. There are steps up to the entrance and the staircase is quite steep and narrow so not suitable for all. The bedroom and bathroom are snug with low ceilings. The kitchen diner has a log burner for keeping the cottage toastie.
“Really cosy wee cottage. Adrian was a great host, quick to respond to messages and met us at the cottage. Lovely cheery chap and made us very welcome! Very kindly left us milk biscuits tea coffee etc... Kitchen was also well equipped for cooking. Overall great value for money and would recommend. Thanks Adrian.”
Welcome to my cottage in the picturesque village of St John's Town of Dalry. It is a traditional Scottish cottage located on the village's second street, meaning peace and quiet are the order of the day. The cottage is cosy, comfortable and well equipped with all the essentials required for a self catering holiday.
“Norman's cottage is an absolute gem - thoroughly recommended! It is a delightful place, very well cared for and equipped with all the essentials and then some for a great get-away. We found the village is a beautiful place and the local pub excellent. Thank you Norman for your great advice and the wonderful stay!”
Located in the Artists’ Town of Kirkcudbright, in south west Scotland, 67 St. Mary Street was built in 1878. It was then a large fashionable shop, at one time a drapery, and the upper floors contained elegant town houses for the shop owners and their family. The lower street level has since been converted to three retail outlets, one of which is a gallery for a local artist cooperative. The upper floors remain residential.
“Great accommodation and in an ideal location. The flat is very self contained having everything you would want and for our visit over New Year we were nice and warm. The location is central to Kirkcudbright and restaurants and pubs are within walking distance, which of an evening is a bonus. There are plenty of shops close by including three bakers and a local butcher that I can recommend the steak pie without reservation. Being so close to a working harbour is also nice. Iain also provided a recommendation for New Years Eve which included live music and a piper at midnight, thank you for that. We really enjoyed our stay and have recommended the flat to friends already!”