Cosy lounge with log burner
View from staircase down to lounge
Fabulous suspended bridge over the lounge
Unique property with some amazing features
Pretty country kitchen with all mod cons
Lovely king-size bedroom with ensuite
Spacious king-size bedroom with ensuite
 Large family bathroom
Stunning location throughout the seasons
Beautiful open fields to explore the local area
View towards Cottage
More photos coming soon
1 / 12  Cosy lounge with log burner
2 / 12  View from staircase down to lounge
3 / 12  Fabulous suspended bridge over the lounge
4 / 12  Unique property with some amazing features
5 / 12  Pretty country kitchen with all mod cons
6 / 12  Lovely king-size bedroom with ensuite
7 / 12  Spacious king-size bedroom with ensuite
8 / 12   Large family bathroom
9 / 12  Stunning location throughout the seasons
10 / 12  Beautiful open fields to explore the local area
11 / 12  View towards Cottage
12 / 12  More photos coming soon

Kiln Cottage - Harelawhill

Canonbie (3mls NE), Dumfries and Galloway
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Family friendly
Towels included
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • More photos coming soon
  • Ideal location to explore The Scottish Borders, The Lakes and Northumberland
  • A rural setting with plenty of walks accessed from your doorstep
  • A Dark Skies location so you can enjoy the stargazing area in the garden
  • Located only slightly further from the popular Lake District
  • A truly fabulous location for lovers of the outdoors, walkers and cyclists
  • There is fishing available locally on the River Esk
Property code: 65947

This beautiful traditional cottage has been lovingly refurbished with some unique features, restored using local wood and materials, eco-friendly and a wildlife lovers paradise.

Located just a short drive from the pretty village of Canonbie and the Border City of Carlisle, this cottage offers an ideal base to explore the Scottish Borders or Lake District. The 7stanes mountain bike trails are just a short drive, if you are looking for water sports or would like to watch the Ospreys, Keilder Water Forest Park offers something for everyone. There is an observatory, Zog Activity Trail and lots of land-based activities on offer here as well. If you are interested in Scottish History, Gilnockie Tower is close by and is a stunning example of a Pele Tower over 500 years old, now a Clan Visitor Centre, originally home to a notorious Border Reivers family. Other attractions worth visiting include, Hadrians Wall, Carlisle Castle and Tullie House Museum and Kielder Dark sky Observatory events and talks, Aurora night.

Enter the cottage into the well-equipped kitchen with gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, and a TV, the perfect space to prepare a family meal. There is a lovely seating area with views over the bird feeders, a fabulous place to sit and have a coffee or enjoy breakfast. This property is packed with unique features, from the kitchen you will enter the lounge which has a cosy wood burner, TV and a fabulous high-rise wood feature bridge which is accessed via the hall to the first floor. There is also a dining room with wood burner, and the first of the bedrooms, a twin, accessed off the lounge. The lounge and bedroom have direct access to the garden. Heading into the hallway there is a bathroom with hand-held shower over bath and WC, also with a utility area with washer/dryer. Next door there is a bright king-size bedroom with en-suite shower room and WC, this bedroom has direct access to the garden from the patio doors. Moving up the staircase to the first floor you will find the small double bedroom, here there is also the unique bridge.

The garden has a Victorian styled stargazing pit which can also be used as a seating and dining area by day. There is a covered porch which runs the length of south side of cottage and extensive views towards the Solway and the Fells. A short walk up the field reveals fantastic views of the Pennines, the Esk Valley and Northumberland Hills. There is private off-road parking for three cars.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 king-size, 1 small double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom and 1 en-suite shower room
  • Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
  • Utility area with washer/dryer 
  • 2 wood burners (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Private off-road parking for 3 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no pets 
  • Pub, restaurants and shops 2 miles
  • TVs in lounge and kitchen
  • Please note young children should be supervised on the first floor suspended bridge

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

From the isolated and peaceful Shetland Islands in the north to the thriving border towns and cities in the south, across wild mountains and serene lochs, and encompassing over 700 islands, Scotland’s rich and dramatic landscape simply must be seen to be appreciated. Scotland is home to the ten highest mountains in the UK – including Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak – and is bordered by three seas, offering epic scenery unlike any other you may have seen.

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With so many beautiful places to visit and things to experience, a break to Scotland should not be missed. Our fantastic Scottish holiday cottages will ensure a truly memorable getaway. Whether it’s a dog-friendly countryside cottage for two, or a vast and resplendent castle for the entire clan on a tranquil island, we have a holiday in Scotland to suit everyone.

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