Yellow Door

Lovingly restored 300 year-old two bedroom cottage, sleeps four. With patio garden in the picturesque harbour town of Kirkcudbright.


King sized bed in bright room on first floor with smart TV and en suite bath, and twin bedroom on top floor ensuite shower, TV and built-in DVD.


Tiled sitting room with a wood-burning stove in the wonderful original fireplace, smart TV - leads onto a modern Kitchen.
There is full gas central heating.


Modern and spacious kitchen
– includes induction hob & dishwasher + washing machine and tumble dryer under the stairs.


The Yellow Door was first sold as a separate property in 1790 where it was described as part of the houses and yards of the Greengate which belonged to John Murdoch, Comptroller of the Customs at the Port of Kirkcudbright.


Kirkcudbright is known as ‘The Artists Town’ having hosted generations of painters, craftmakers and artisans, a culture still thriving today.

Dogs welcome

Small dogs are welcome, maximum of two.

The Yellow Door, along with the four other houses on this close benefit from a good degree of privacy. A peaceful location which is central and convenient for the amenities of the bustling harbour town of Kirkcudbright.

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