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Burn's Street

No.5
Burn's Street
Dumfries
Dumfries and Galloway
DG1 2PS

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Sleeps up to
4 people
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Property Details

Contact:
Property Ref. No.BU01DU
Accommodation TypeSelf Catering
VisitScotland Welcome SchemesDogs Welcome
Facilities ProvidedAccept DogsLaundry Facilities
Laundry FacilitiesYes
Accept DogsBy prior arrangement only



External Features

Garden
Yes
Garden Furniture
Yes
Parking
Yes
Fishing
Yes
Golf
Yes
Walk to Shops
Yes
Walk to Pubs
Yes

Internal Features

Double Beds
Yes
Single Beds
Yes
Showers
Yes
Heating Costs Included
Yes
Linen Costs Included
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge
Yes
Freezer
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Mobile Reception
Yes
Colour Television
Yes
DVD Player
Yes
CD Player
Yes
Pets
Yes

Property Description

Number 5 Burns Street offers close to town centre accommodation in what is arguably Dumfries' most famous street, named after Robert Burns, who lived, worked and died in the house diagonally opposite.  Burns Street itself is a partially-cobbled and quiet street, tucked away, but only a 5 minute walk to the town centre.  There are good free parking facilities at the door and near-by. The riverside and Dock Park are only a two minute walk away and, St Michael's Kirk with its Mausoleum to Robert Burns, is 200 yards from the front door and within full view.

The accommodation is a cosy semi-detached bungalow of traditional red sandstone.  High ceilings give it a light and airy feel with all the comforts of a cottage.  There are many restaurants, food outlets and supermarkets nearby.  Dumfries town has a variety of historic buildings to explore, including Moat Brae, said to be inspiration for J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan. (Currently only open by arrangement)

Dumfries is well-placed to enjoy all kinds of opportunities for wildlife-watching, walking and hill-walking, visiting gardens and exploring castles and abbeys.  There is a wide variety of locations to experience, including forests and coastal areas.




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