Comfortable lounge with roaring fire
Spacious kitchen area
Great for dining in
Evening meal
Sociable open plan design
Contemporary yet sympathetic design
Sun light shining in
Double bedroom
Breakfast in bed
Master bedroom looking toward en-suite
Large en-suite with bath and wet room shower
En-suite wetroom
Large en-suite with walk in wet room shower
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
First floor bathroom with seperate shower
Double bedroom
Ground floor twin bedroom
Ground floor bathroom with shower
First floor lounge/ games area
First floor lounge/ games area
First floor lounge/ games area
Relax by the roaring fire
Retaining church features
Steeped in history
View from stairs out to original lychgate
Dining in stunning setting
Evening meals
Dating back to 1777
Light beaming through the large church windows
Glistening  wallpaper
Plenty to read
Bespoke fittings
Original lychgate
View of lychgate and church
View towards the property
1 / 39  Comfortable lounge with roaring fire
2 / 39  Spacious kitchen area
3 / 39  Great for dining in
4 / 39  Evening meal
5 / 39  Sociable open plan design
6 / 39  Contemporary yet sympathetic design
7 / 39  Sun light shining in
8 / 39  Double bedroom
9 / 39  Breakfast in bed
10 / 39  Master bedroom looking toward en-suite
11 / 39  Large en-suite with bath and wet room shower
12 / 39  En-suite wetroom
13 / 39  Large en-suite with walk in wet room shower
14 / 39  Double bedroom
15 / 39  Double bedroom
16 / 39  First floor bathroom with seperate shower
17 / 39  Double bedroom
18 / 39  Ground floor twin bedroom
19 / 39  Ground floor bathroom with shower
20 / 39  Bathroom
21 / 39  First floor lounge/ games area
22 / 39  First floor lounge/ games area
23 / 39  First floor lounge/ games area
24 / 39  Relax by the roaring fire
25 / 39  Retaining church features
26 / 39  Steeped in history
27 / 39  View from stairs out to original lychgate
28 / 39  Dining in stunning setting
29 / 39  Evening meals
30 / 39  Dating back to 1777
31 / 39  Light beaming through the large church windows
32 / 39  Quality
33 / 39  Glistening wallpaper
34 / 39  Plenty to read
35 / 39  Entrance
36 / 39  Bespoke fittings
37 / 39  Original lychgate
38 / 39  View of lychgate and church
39 / 39  View towards the property

Cummertrees Church

Annan (4mls S), Dumfries and Galloway
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 3
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Sky TV
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Property code: 40242

This wonderful historic luxury converted 18th century former church, is located in the picturesque village of Cummertrees, on the stunning Solway Coast Heritage Trail, just a short stroll to a beautiful sandy beach.

Situated in a picturesque coastal village, this spacious, quirky and imaginatively converted 18th century church was originally commissioned by Robert the Bruce some 700 years ago. Sympathetically restored in 2015, the property makes a fantastic base for a family or group of friends looking for a more unusual holiday retreat. Perfect for a group holiday or family celebration, the house is just a mile’s stroll from a beautiful sandy beach and is ideal for walkers, cyclists, mountain bikers, golfers and nature-lovers.

Beautifully re-imagined, the property retains many features of the original church which date back to 1777. The house still has the appearance of a church, and the pulpit, lychgate and old church windows lend character and charm to the atmosphere of this quirky and elegant retreat. Elsewhere there’s a variety of more modern furnishings scattered throughout the house, and plenty of space for you to all relax and sit back. Steeped in history this wonderful light-filled getaway has been vibrantly decorated and thoughtfully furnished. With a large and elegantly designed open-plan living area and five comfortable bedrooms, it provides a great backdrop for a memorable holiday.

On entering this beautiful property, you will find the spacious and attractive open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. An elegant and welcoming space, it offers a range of features including a traditional wood burner, SkyTV and iPod dock as well as the original pulpit overlooking the scene. The charming dining area features both an informal breakfast bar and a slightly more formal dining table ideal for an evening meal or celebration. The stylish kitchen and utility room are fully equipped with everything you’re likely to need including a wine cooler. Exploring the ground floor further, there are two zip-and-link twin bedrooms, which can be made into king-size rooms on request. There is also a lovely ground-floor bathroom.

Heading up to the first floor via the twisting staircase which overlooks the lychgate via a beautiful church window, you will find an additional lounge. This is an ideal space for children, with SkyTV/DVD and a PlayStation 4 console. There are three further bedrooms: a double room and two super-king-size rooms – one with an en-suite bathroom. This floor also has a family bathroom.

Stepping outside, you can unwind in the large shared garden where you can enjoy a BBQ in the charming seating area. You will also have access to the old church graveyard with its numerous ancient historic gravestones and the mausoleum of the Marquesses of Queensberry.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Nestled in the peaceful setting of the coastal village of Cummertrees on the northern shore of the Solway Firth, this stunning property is ideal for exploring this beautiful part of Dumfries and Galloway. The nearby town of Annan (4 miles) dates back to the 14th century and features a choice of pubs and restaurants and a number of attractions including Annandale Distillery and the Annan Museum. Other nearby attractions include The Devil's Porridge Museum (7.5 miles), the Savings Bank Museum (3 miles), Lochmaben Castle (12 miles), Thomas Carlyle's Birthplace (9.5 miles), the ruins of Sweetheart Abbey (20 miles) and the Churchyard of St Kentigern (7.5 miles). Nature-lovers can head to the Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve (11 miles) and the WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre (10.5 miles) where you can spot whooper swans and barnacle geese. Westlands Country Park (9.5 miles) is perfect for fishing and shooting, and golfers can head to Powfoot Golf Club (less than a mile away). Children will love Mabie Farm Park (17.5 miles) and the Dino Park at Hetland Garden Centre (6 miles). You can also explore the stunning Solway Coast Heritage Trail, boasting a spectacular 200 mile coastline, making this a paradise for walkers, mountain bikers and watersports enthusiasts.

This property is personally managed by Nicola.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Yvonne 27th July 2019

The house is lovely and we were very comfortable there. We were, however, surprised to find the 'shared garden' was the surrounding overgrown churchyard. Didn't realize we had to share it with the long departed!

Reviewed by John 6th July 2019

This unusual property was delightful to stay in for the week. The house has been renovated to a high standard and had everything we needed. We did have some teething problems with water and drainage but the owner sorted these out quickly. Everyone in our group enjoyed the atmosphere and comfort of the house.

Reviewed by Peter 14th April 2019

Fantastic for families/ or any groups of up to 10, This place is Amazing, you got to go be there to see it. Well worth the money .

Reviewed by Nicola 8th March 2019

Fabulous quirky cottage/converted church. Plenty of space for families. Kids loved the upstairs play/tv/games room.

Reviewed by Mark 15th February 2019

Unreal accommodation, great location.

Reviewed by Neil 29th December 2018

Excellent accommodation for a bigger group with plenty of bathroom space and loads of lounge area too. Beautifully renovated/decorated. Its in a very small and quiet village/hamlet. We found lots of places to walk the dogs but some people may find it too remote/quiet. There are things to do further a field if you prefer to get out and about in the Read morecar and use this fantastic place as a base. Hide

Reviewed by Ann marie 3rd November 2018

The accommodation suited our needs, spacious and comfortable, we go away at this time every year and are always on the look out for good accommodation. We have used your site on previous occasions and will have a look again for our next trip.

Reviewed by Peter 13th October 2018

Overall the cottage was well presented & comfortable. The location was central for our needs. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

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Comfortable lounge with roaring fire
Spacious kitchen area
Great for dining in
Evening meal
Sociable open plan design
Contemporary yet sympathetic design
Sun light shining in
Double bedroom
Breakfast in bed
Master bedroom looking toward en-suite
Large en-suite with bath and wet room shower
Show 27 moreEn-suite wetroom


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