Luxury & seclusion in a beautiful and traditional house
The cider tower was built as part of a steading in the early 18th century and was originally a windmill used for pressing apples from the local orchard. The whole steading fell into disrepair long ago but was gradually restored in 2002 by the previous owners. The cider tower is a grade b listed building, the renovation winning a prestigious award from the galloway preservation society for the best restoration and preservation project of that year.
Today the cider tower provides very comfortable and peaceful luxury accommodation for two. It is set in beautiful countryside yet only 10 minutes walk into town.
The master bedroom on the ground floor has a magnificent four poster bed with bathroom and utility across the hall.
Upstairs is the fully equipped kitchen and dining area.
Three further steps take you up to the cosy sitting room with minstrels gallery above.