Imagine waking up to breath-taking views of the Scottish landscape ready for a day of exploring the surrounding glens before returning in the evenings to get cosy around the wood burning stove or watch the sun set from the terrace with a glass of wine in hand.
Corriedow is set in a secluded rural spot in the sweeping hills of Dumfries and Galloway. The 360° views over three glens, The Shinnel, Scaur and Dalwhat and the dramatic Tynron Doon (an Iron Age hill fort) make it a magical holiday destination. The cottage was once used as shepherd’s accommodation but after a recent renovation has been transformed into a contemporary yet cosy holiday home. The spacious open plan layout of Corriedow means it is perfectly suited for families or small groups of friends.
The cottage is situated in the Nithsdale area of Dumfries & Galloway where the star attraction is its picturesque countryside with numerous walks to be taken across the rolling hills of the Southern Uplands or by the river in the Nith Valley. The small village of Tynron is only 3 miles away from Corriedow, while a greater number of local amenities can be found at the nearby village of Moniaive (approximately 4 miles distance) and the small town of Thornhill (approximately 8 miles distance). Moniaive has two hotels, grocers/post office, café/bistro and an amazing Italian restaurant. Thornhill includes two hotels, a bakery, two supermarkets, butcher’s shop, coffee shops, a florist and independent boutiques.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps six guests.
Two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom with double beds.
Family shower room and one en-suite shower room.
Stunning 360° views of the surrounding countryside.
Children and babies welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Minimum 3 nights stay.
Wood burning stove.
Underfloor heating in the kitchen.
Electric oven with separate hob, fridge, freezer, multifunction microwave.
Dishwasher and washing machine.
Smart television with Freeview and Netflix.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
Highchair and travel cot available on request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Visit Moniaive or Thornhill for a selection of shops, cafés, restaurants and supermarkets.
Within easy reach are many fascinating places to visit including Andy Goldsworthy’s famous sculptures, the Striding Arches, and the traditional Scottish villages of Durisdeer, Wanlockhead and Leadhills.
Drumlanrig Castle & Gardens is a wonderful visitor attraction with castle tours, mountain biking, walking and hiking routes, adventure playground and coffee shop.
Crawick Multiverse is a major land restoration and art project. Designed by renowned landscape artist Charles Jencks, Crawick Multiverse is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Dumfries.
The Southern Upland Way is a coast-to-coast walk covering 212 miles of stunning countryside.
The 7stanes mountain biking trails in the Forest of Ae has a wide range of routes to suit beginners, families and experts and can be reached in under an hour’s drive.