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Nether Glengenny Farm

Thornhill
Dumfries and Galloway
DG3 4AN

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Contact: Mrs Yvonne Shenton
Accommodation TypeBed & Breakfast
Walkers Welcome AffiliatedNo
Cyclists Welcome AffiliatedNo
Drying FacilitiesYes
Laundry FacilitiesYes
Evening Meal availableYes
Packed Lunches AvailableYes
Pay Phone availableNo
Vehicle BackupYes
Accept DogsNo
Ensuite FacilitiesYes
Disabled FacilitiesNo
Smoking PermittedNo



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Property Description

Here at Nether Glengenny Farm we offer you the chance to relax in the surroundings of a beautiful part of South West Scotland, to see and do as much or as little as you wish. With our regular visitors coming back for the peace and quiet we can offer, excellent accommodation and the enjoyment of good home cooking produced from items grown and raised here at Glengenny. For the Southern Upland Way walker we offer vehicle support to and from Sanquhar. Just call us when you arrive and we will be there in a few minutes. Evening meals are available. Please book along with your accommodation. We are close to the Southern Upland Way (www.southernuplandway.com) or the ambitious walker. Or, if you prefer, there are lots of less strenuous walks to choose from. From walking along the beautiful river Nith to climbing the surrounding hills. You can either take part in the fully involved smallholder breaks that we run throughout the year or Bed and Breakfast and use us a base for touring the area. Nether Glengenny Farm is an 11 acre self sufficient smallholding situated alongside the River Nith, 4 miles south of Sanquhar and 8 miles north of Thornhill. Our aim is to produce all our own meat, vegetables and fruit. We are surrounded by mixed cattle and sheep farms with borders of woodland. This gives us a very diverse environment for wildlife. With regular visits from Roe deer, Buzzard, Barn owls and Red Squirrels. The present farm house was built in 1903 from stone obtained from the bottom field. The original farm is believed to be at least 300 years old with evidence of occupation in the old steadings which sit by the old road that ran from Sanquhar to Drumlanrig castle.



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