This traditional detached double fronted house is built of stone and slate
construction and dates from 1836 according to the date stone on the front
elevation. We understand the house was originally a school house and later
the post office for Gretna before becoming a family house and then guest
house. The accommodation is well laid out and spacious and provides an
excellent bed and breakfast business. It would however readily convert for
use as a large family home.

Floor Plan




Private Living Room 17’8” x 14’10” (5.4m x 4.52m)

Bedroom 1  18’2″ x 12’9″ (5.55m x 3.91m) overall to include the en-suite. A twin room

Bedroom 2
14’8″ x 12’7″ max (4.47m x 3.84m max) overall to include the en-suite.  A double room

Bedroom 3
18’2″ x 15’1″ max (5.56m x 4.6m max) overall to include en-suite. A double room

Bedroom 4
12’4″ x 12’10” max (3.78m x 3.92m max) A ground floor double.

7’5″ x 12’8″ (2.28m x 3.87m) being a private double bedroom.

Dining Room 14’7″ x 9’7″ (4.45m x 2.92m)

Kitchen 11’10” x 6’8″ average (3.63m x 2.05m on average)

Four of the five bedrooms are en-suite and also included are a toolshed/ general store and a utility/ workroom.

Any enquiries contact 01461 203418