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.
Backs on to acres of farmland with tidal river. Wildlife friendly environment. Outdoor flushing toilet. Wood burner, cold water sink, electric hob, toaster, kettle, cutlery, crockery. Will need own bedding/sleeping bag. Dog friendly. Double bed, single over bunk, childs bed available.
The rooms are light and airy. Wet room, dining kitchen, dining room, and lounge on ground floor. One king size bedroom, one double bedroom, and bathroom with shower over bath on first floor. Hair Dryer supplied in bedroom. Courtyard garden with table and chairs.