Stables Cottage

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Stables Cottage, Eskdalemuir

Comfortable dog and child friendly self-catering accommodation for up to six people, with two double bedrooms and a sofa bed only a couple of miles from Samye Ling.

The space

Entire cottage and garden. Bikes can be kept under cover in the store beside the cottage, and parking is easy in the courtyard.

The kitchen is well equipped and can seat six, the living room has Wifi, a smart TV plus satellite and two sofas in front of the multi-fuel stove that makes it extra cosy in the evening.

There is an enclosed private garden behind the cottage, with swings and a burn that runs through the woods on the other side of the courtyard.

Deer, red squirrels, owls, badgers and even otters live nearby, while the surrounding countryside is spectacular for walking and cycling.

The bathroom has a bath with an electric shower over.

Other things to note

There are fitted stairgates top and bottom of the stairs but they are quite steep!

We live in a house on the other side of the courtyard.

We respect your privacy completely and you will rarely see us but if you do need anything just phone and we will help if we possibly can.

The cottage is completely separate and the cottage garden is very private and not overlooked.

If you are travelling to Eskdalemuir in order to attend something at Samye Ling do please mention it to us when you book as we offer a discount to those who are doing so.

£95 per night for up to two guests for the whole cottage (not per person)
£10 per additional person
Minimum stay 3 nights

10% discount for seven nights or more, children and dogs stay free.

Cleaning charge of £30 per booking.

To see more details, availability and lots of photos visit us on Airbnb here.

To book direct please email Alice on:

Or call on 01387 373215 or mobile 07736 064022

We do not accept bookings from anyone coming to Eskdalemuir to partake in blood sports.

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