Kirkconnell House near Dumfries
Large Historic Holiday Home Situated in South West Scotland
Enjoying a peaceful, private setting surrounded by parkland and woodland, Kirkconnell House dates from the early 16th century and was inhabited by the Maxwell Clan for over eight hundred years.

Close to the attractive village of New Abbey with its costume museum, ruined Sweetheart Abbey, corn mill, tea shop and two pubs, the house is ideal for holidays.
This is a marvellous and unique location for a family holiday, or for a gathering of friends. Dumfries is a small, well-served town and its surrounding area offers a huge variety of activities and experiences for all ages, including fishing, riding, bird watching, golf, and forest mountain biking and walking.

There are extensive views from most windows across an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Pele Tower attached to the house is the location of the games room. The old chapel to the side of the house has its own access and is occupied by the owners for part of the week.
In spring the flowers are at their best with spring bulbs, rhododendrons and spectacular azaleas.


Kirkconnell House near Dumfries
Kirkconnell House near Dumfries