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Netherwood Lodge

Netherwood near Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway (SC075)
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Netherwood Lodge holiday home details

A stay at Netherwood Lodge puts you at the heart of some of Scotland’s most iconic scenery and culture. From the undulating hills to fast-flowing burns and acres of forests, there’s so much to explore right on your doorstep. Just up the road is the nature reserve of Caerlaverock Castle, with a wide variety of birds, wildflowers and wildlife for the keen-eyed nature lover.

Enjoy a walk in the rolling landscape and then come back to your welcoming holiday home to relax. Stow your walking gear or bicycles in the handy store room, then wander into the spacious open-plan living area and enjoy the warmth from the wood-burning stove There’s underfloor heating in the main living areas to keep you cosy too. The whole property has been recently refurbished to give you contemporary comforts throughout.

Netherwood may feel wonderfully off the beaten track, but amenities are very close at hand. The historic market town of Dumfries is just 1.5 miles away, final home of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns. There’s plenty to see in the town, including sites linked to Robert the Bruce, as well as one of Scotland’s oldest bridges.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • One super king size bedroom with en-suite shower room.
  • One king size bedroom.
  • Family shower room.
  • Large open-plan kitchen, living and dining room.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Enclosed garden.
  • WiFi.
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Parking for two cars.
  • One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
  • Minimum stay two nights.

Additional features

  • Electric oven and hob.
  • Large fridge.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Freeview television.
  • Digital radio.
  • Highchairs and cot available on request.
  • Large storeroom and drying room.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Gas barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Situated near the mouth of the River Nith that flows into the Solway Firth, Dumfries is a historic market town that locals know as Queen of the South. Come on a pilgrimage to ‘Rabbie’, the poet Robert Burns, or view fascinating sights from the Camera Obscura.
  • The Robert Burns Centre in Dumfries contains many original manuscripts by the Bard, as well as an audio-visual display of his life. In the evenings, the centre transforms itself into a film theatre, hosting some of the latest blockbusters and art-house movies.
  • A day at Drumlanrig Castle is fun for all the family, with everything from culture and history through to mountain biking and adventure playgrounds. The 90,000-acre estate has miles of beautiful walks, and there’s a famous Rembrandt masterpiece to admire in the castle too.
  • Another castle well worth a visit is Caerlaverock. This beautiful medieval ruin has a unique triangular structure. One firm favourite with visitors is the tearoom, open throughout the summer and in weekends during the winter.
  • Watch ospreys hunting for food, or glimpse bats gliding and diving through the evening air. Threave Garden is a wildlife haven, with eight species of bats and lots of raptors including red kites and peregrine falcons. The gardens themselves are magnificent too.
  • Galloway Forest Park is the UK’s largest forest park, with heather-clad hillside, majestic and rugged rocks and lochs mirroring the grand mountain scenery. This huge park is home to a stunning variety of wildlife, with deer all around you and birds of prey soaring overhead.
  • At the Crichton Estate you’ll find an arboretum with a bewildering array of rare plants and trees. Paths through the garden take you past the waterfall and ornamental pond and into the beautiful rose garden.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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SPECIAL OFFERS
15% DISCOUNT
for holidays taken between 1 September 2019 and 30 September 2019
Minimum of 3 nights booking.
Must be placed between 12 Aug 2019 and 30 Sep 2019
* Discount applies to base rent only
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