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Langholm hotel Wauchope Cottage with its beautiful garden, is in a quiet area in the centre of Langholm, five minutes on foot from the High Street with its shops, banks, hotels and Post Office.

Wauchope Cottage Accommodation

The guest accommodation at Wauchope Cottage is a self-contained suite of room with a bedroom, bathroom and sitting room. The bedroom has twin beds with two bedside lights, hair dryer, clock/radio, clothes hanging space and extra blankets and pillows.

The bathroom has a bath and shower. The sitting room has two armchairs, a large table and a digital TV. Breakfast is served in the living room. There is no set time for breakfast and guests can ask to be served at a time that suits them.

The cottage has a large garden with many seats for visitors where they can enjoy the peace and quiet.The guest suite is at the top of a staircase and cannot be accessed by wheelchairs. It comprises of three rooms making a small flat and guests staying for more than one night are free to come and go as they please through the day.

Additional Facilities:
. Off street parking with garage parking for cycles and motorbikes
· Free laundry - drying room - bike stand
· In quiet part of town with beautiful garden
· 5 minutes on foot from High Street and Buccleuch Centre
· Fantastic cycling and walking routes on the doorstep

Situated on the A7 between Carlisle and Hawick, Langholm is an ideal base for touring the border counties of Scotland and England with their beautiful scenery, abbeys, castles and historic monuments including Hadrian's Wall. It is also thirteen miles from Gretna, the wedding capital of Scotland.

Wauchope Cottage was originally the offices for a large textile mill, long since demolished. The present owners, Tom and Alison Hutton have lived there since 1974. They are both retired, though Alison stills works part time at the local Health Centre.

Local Activities
Tom and Alison are particularly keen to welcome cyclists to Wauchope Cottage. There are hundreds of miles of quiet country roads around Langholm which are ideal for cycling. In addition, both Tom and Alison cycled from Land's End to John O'Groats in 2008, following two earlier long distance rides from Langholm to Marlow and St Malo to Carcassone. They have a good understanding of the needs of long distance cyclists.

Langholm is situated in the eastern corner of Dumfriesshire where the River Esk meets the rivers Wauchope and Ewes. It provides a good base for visiting the Roman Wall, the Lake district, The Galloway Hills and the Border towns and abbeys.

The town itself is surrounded by four hills and is in the heart of wonderful walking and cycling country. It is in a notable fishing area and is also the site of the SSSI Langholm Moor, home of hen harriers and wonderful moorland scenery.

It has a thriving cultural life based in the Buccleuch Centre which offers a year round programme of plays and classical, folk, rock, pop and other concerts.

Langholm Golf Club:
A well maintained 9 hole course which welcomes visitors through the week. Green fees differ for winter and summer.

There is a thriving Archive Group in Langholm as well as local family history experts.

Langholm Walks:
Fourteen waymarked walks around Langholm offer about a hundred miles of paths and tracks among the peaceful hills and valleys round Langholm.

Langholm Cycle Routes:
Seven routes round and about Langholm on quiet country roads varying from 14 to 75 miles. This is fantastic undulating cycling country.

Langholm is centrally placed as a base to visit Hadrian's Wall, the Border Abbeys, the castles of Dumfriesshire and the excellent Tullie house Museum in Carlisle. 5 drives centred on Langholm are available at Wauchope cottage.

Buccleuch Centre:
The Buccleuch Centre programme caters for a wide variety of tastes and there may well be something on that you would enjoy while you visit Langholm.

By Car:

From the South: Langholm is 17 miles from the M6 (leave at Junction 44).

From the North: Langholm is 14 miles from the M74 (the road from Lockerbie is very twisty and we recommend taking the B6357 from Kirkpatrick Fleming (Junction 21) and then the B720 and the A7 north.

From the East: Langholm is 20 miles from the A69 (turn off to Brampton and then take the A6071 towards Longtown and then the A7 north.

By Public Transport:
There is a regular bus service to Langholm by the X95 which runs between Edinburgh and Carlisle. The bus from Carlisle starts from just outside Carlisle Station. Wauchope Cottage is about 5 minutes by foot from the bus stops.

Email Wauchope Cottage Bed & Breakfast enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com