An established & well renowned Farm Park providing an extensive range of both indoor & outdoor activities for all the family. There is room for expansion to the award winning business subject to any necessary Planning. Reception / Shop, Cafe, …
An established & well renowned Farm Park providing an extensive range of both indoor & outdoor activities for all the family. There is room for expansion to the award winning business subject to any necessary Planning. Reception / Shop, Cafe, Indoor & Outdoor play areas & 2 Dwelling Houses. 48 Acres.
There is room for expansion to the Farm business both to the Farm and the award winning Park venture subject to the necessary Planning Permission. The land offering is predominantly Grade 3 and Grade 4 grassland forming good grazing land. The majority of the farm buildings are utilised for the Farm Park and provide a mixture of livestock accommodation, play areas, tea room and farm shop. The farm has been set up primarily centred around the farm park.
The property includes an attractive five bedroom farmhouse ideal for a large family, and a three bedroom barn conversion cottage with rental potential.
Mabie Farm Park is nestled beneath the magnificent Mabie Forest with views over the Solway Frith, offering original indoor and outdoor farm fun for all ages. Situated just 4.7 miles from Dumfries Mabie Farm Park captures the traditional feel of a working farm yet has a variety of indoor and outdoor entertainment for the whole family. Nearby New Abbey is a peaceful village with a primary school, village hall, church, a popular village tea-room, village shop, and two small hotels. There is a working water powered corn mill, and the historic ruins of Sweetheart Abbey.
Dumfries which is approximately 5 miles away is the principal town in the area, and provides a wide range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including a major hospital, the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. Dumfries is home to the Crichton campuses of both Glasgow University and the University of the West of Scotland.
The Solway Coast offers a diversity of walks, sailing and other water sports. Nearby Criffel Hill is a must for hill walking enthusiasts, and the village also has walks and pathways. Equestrian pursuits are popular in the area, and with several riding schools providing lessons and livery. For nature lovers, there is the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Caerlaverock and nearby Mersehead, as well as an abundance of countryside walks. Mountain biking is well catered for in the region’s Seven Stanes forest ranges, including the very nearby Mabie Forest, Ae Forest near to Dumfries.
Communications are good with the A75 giving good access to Carlisle in the east and to Stranraer in the west. There is a main line railway station in Dumfries with connections to Carlisle, Newcastle and Glasgow. The M74 motorway link north and south, can be accessed easily by following the A75 to Gretna. International and domestic flights are available from Prestwick 66 miles, Glasgow 88 miles Newcastle 90 miles.