About the property DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE SET IN BEAUTIFUL CONSERVATION VILLAGE - SLEEPS 4 2 IDEAL COUNTRYSIDE LOCATION WITHIN EASY REACH OF EDINBURGH This unique and charming property was originally two weaver s cottages dating back to the 19th Century now sympathetically transformed into a lovely holiday home with some of the original features. The cottage is quietly situated off the main street of the village and is within a few minutes walk of the excellent local amenities including shops a pub and restaurant. There are two golf courses and some fantastic walks for all abilities from the front door into the Pentland Hills and along the old Roman road. Glentress Forest which is ideal for any mountain bike enthusiast is only 18 miles away and bikes can be hired if you prefer to bring your own bikes there is complimentary lockable storage at the property. Horse riding is also available within 2 miles of the property. Edinburgh is 30 minutes drive (with easy access to the Park and Ride) or alternatively use the hourly bus service. Glasgow can be reached in under an hour. The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 king-size and 1 cosy twin on mezzanine level accessed via the hallway with PlayStation games console. Shower room: with rainfall shower WC and underfloor heating. Lounge/kitchen: open-plan with woodburner (first basket of logs provided) double sofa bed TV with sound bar YouView DVD Netflix and iPod dock. Kitchen area: with breakfast bar cooker microwave coffee espresso machine dishwasher and fridge. Utility room (low ceiling): with freezer washer/dryer. Amenities: bed linen towels Wi-Fi electric and central heating included. Regret no smoking. 1 well-behaved dog. Parking space adjacent. Location: shops pub play park and a restaurant within walking distance. Arrival: 4pm. Any property identified with increased accessibility may have different levels of provision it is therefore advisable you contact us before you book to ensure the property meets your specific needs and requirements.
Edinburgh (17mls SW), Edinburgh