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Glendinning Farm Cottages

Jamestown Cottage

and

The Old Schoolhouse

Visit Glendinning Farm Self-Catering Cottages for the perfect holiday getaway in the beautiful borderlands of Southern Scotland. Situated amidst stunning scenery on a traditional hill farm in the valley of the Meggat Water, the cottages offer accommodation of an exceptional standard for 2 - 5 guests in a peaceful upland setting just 10 miles north-west of Langholm.
 
Jamestown Cottage is a long-established favourite, with many guests returning year after year. New in 2011, The Old Schoolhouse is a delightful alternative offering 18th century character together with 21st century comfort and style.
 
There are no hidden costs - the prices include luxury bedlinen and towels, heat, light and logs for the fires. Guests enjoy walking in the hills, watching amazing wildlife and learning about the year-round activities of a traditional hill sheep farm.
 
The area has a wealth of history and archaeology to discover. Glendinning is noted as the birthplace of the renowned Scottish engineer, Thomas Telford, and the site of an 18th century antimony mine with which the cottages have a fascinating historical connection.
 
The popular local centre of Langholm, surrounded by some of the finest scenery in Southern Scotland, has a wide range of shops and hotels offering good locally-produced food.
 
For those wishing to venture further afield, Glendinning Farm is an ideal base for walking, cycling or touring in an area rich in wildlife, culture and heritage. Explore at your leisure and come home to a cosy log fire.
 
For further information, please visit www.glendinningfarmcottages.co.uk
 

 

 

Jamestown Cottage

The Old Schoolhouse

Contact Information
 
Lorraine G Luescher

Glendinning Farm Cottages
Megdale
Westerkirk
Langholm
DG13 0NN

Tel: 013873 70606
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