Sawmill Cottage is a cosy, comfortable stone-built single storey cottage set in the heart of Dormont Estate on the banks of the River Annan, offering self catering holiday accommodation and fishing for 2 rods, for Salmon and Sea Trout, on the Dormont Beat are included in the price of your stay.
2017 Available Dates:-
17/09/17 to 24/09/17
The cottage is situated amidst woods and farmland, well away from the main road but with easy access.
There is an abundance of local wildlife. Red squirrels, deer, otter, badgers are regularly seen by visitors.
There is plenty of walking in the picturesque Dumfriesshire countryside, lots of good places to eat locally and many interesting places to visit.
Dumfries town, Moffat and Annan are easily accessible by road for those who like to shop. Dormont is also only a short distance from the Motorway network.
The Cottage offers good basic accommodation and comprises:-
- 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed, and one with 2 single beds. The cottage comfortably sleeps 4, with a bed settee for a further 2 guests
- sitting room with an open fire, TV, and dining table
- kitchen with cooker, fridge and microwave and all necessary utensils and crockery. There is also a freezer in an outhouse
- bathroom with bath and shower, WC and wash hand basin.
The property is heated by electric night storage heaters and the water is heated electrically and by a back boiler in the fireplace.
Visitors must provide their own bed linen, pillow cases, table linen and dish towels
If your holiday is between 25th February and 15th November, fishing for sea trout and salmon for 2 rods on a 1½ mile stretch of the River Annan is included in the price of the accommodation.
Bookings run from Sunday to Sunday. In the case of out-of-season bookings this may be varied to suit individual requirements. Visitors are asked to arrive no sooner than 2.00pm at the start of their holiday and to leave no later than 10.30am at the end.
What you pay for your holiday includes VAT and all fuel and electricity, but does not include any form of insurance. However there is no deposit to pay when you book. You simply pay the full amount when you arrive.
Visitors should be aware that shooting takes place from time to time on the estate and that nearby fields are often stocked with farm livestock. Whilst visitors may bring their dogs, they are asked to keep them on a lead at all times.
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