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Cider Tower

Location:
Kirkcudbright
,
Southern Scotland
 
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
2 Guests
1 Dogs
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If you are looking for that perfect romantic getaway or holiday cottage then the Cider Tower is what you are looking for. Cider Tower dates from 1710 and now provides luxury self catering accommodation for 2 people in the a beautifully restored former windmill, once used to press apples from local orchards. The Tower still enjoys a peaceful setting with wonderful views over the adjoining filed so the Dee Estuary and Galloway hills but is still within walking distance of Kirkcudbright. The accommodation is over the 2 floors and facilities include a ground floor bedroom with a four-poster bed while the living accommodation on the first floor makes the most of the outstanding views from the tower.
Kirkcudbright is full of historical and cultural history with it’s quaint “old Town” of traditional townhouses with small closes and pends to explore. In more modern times it has gained a reputation as a centre of excellence for Arts and Crafts with it’s connections to the Glasgow Boys and Girls The town has many galleries to explore along with the historic Tolbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and McClelland Castle. The castle and harbour square are a central part to the annual Tattoo and there is also an annual Jazz Festival. The town has as wide selection of excellent family owned shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy together with a community owned swimming pool and an active summer festivities programme, including popular Scottish Nights.
The town’s history of being connected to the fishing and maritime life is still present today with a busy harbour and marina. Extending from the harbour there are riverside walks to explore and see the changing wildlife as the tide rises and falls up the estuary. Further afield but still with in a short drive are the stunning beaches interspersed with rocky headlands that fringe the Solway Firth. While inland there is easy access to the UK’s largest forest area of the Galloway Forest Park (297 square miles) with excellent facilities for both walking and mountain bike trails.

Postcode DG6 4XD
The Cider Tower accepts both weekly and short break bookings throughout the year, arriving on a Friday
Damage Deposit £150
EPC: D

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Accommodation for 2 over 2 floors in terraced Tower cottage
Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway with small step; Utility room with washer/dryer; Shower Room; Four Poster double bedroom
First Floor: Kitchen and dining area; steps up to sitting room with gallery library
Facilities: Central heating & electricity included * Bed linen & towels provided *Cooker* Dishwasher* Washer/drier * Fridge * Freezer * Microwave * TV * DVD * Wi-fi * Patio garden area * Garden furniture * Parking for 1 car * 1 Dog welcome
Extras: £25 per dog/week
 

Key Features

  • Pets Allowed - 1
  • Internet
  • Garden
  • Water View

Interior Features

  • Bathrooms
  • Showers
  • Double Beds - Four Poster
  • Bed Linen Cost Incl
  • Towels Cost Incl
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • TV
  • Dvd Player
  • Heating Cost Incl

External Features

  • Garden Furniture
  • Patio/Balcony
  • Parking - 1 car

Local Experiences and Activities

  • Golf
  • Mountain Biking
  • Beach Walk
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Woodland walks
  • Wildlife trails
  • Hill walking
  • Mountain View
  • Sailing/water sports
 
 
 

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Damage Deposit for care of property

All holiday-makers booking a holiday are required to pay either a Damage Deposit, £150 or as noted in the property listing details, or Damage Deposit waiver of £18, whichever is selected is required to be paid with the balance payment of the holiday. Where selected the Damage Deposit will be held by Discover Scotland to be applied against the reasonable costs of repairs, replacement or additional cleaning of furnishings, kitchen equipment, crockery, glass, bedding and towels damaged or soiled other than by normal wear and tear during the holiday. The Damage Deposit, less any reasonable charges, will be returned within 14 days of the departure date. Where any costs exceed the Damage Deposit the holiday-maker will pay such excess as notified to them by Discover Scotland within 14 days of notification. Where the holiday-maker has agreed to pay the Damage Deposit Waiver the Damage Deposit is not payable. This amount is non-refundable. If the cost of any damage or breakages exceeds the applicable Damage Deposit value for the property, then the holiday-maker will be liable for any additional costs. Any such excess will be notified to them by Discover Scotland and due for payment within 14 days of notification.

All bookings require either a refundable Damage Deposit £150 or as per the property details or £18 non refundable Damage Deposit Waiver.
 
 
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