Self-catering accommodation: Peace Cottage is a charming one-bedroom cottage situated off Kirkcudbright's High Street. It was once owned by the artist, E.A. Hornel, who used to rent it to his visiting artist friends. A perfect retreat to express your artistic and creative inclinations.
Beautifully renovated, this Kirkcudbright self-catering accommodation is fully equipped, and simply but tastefully furnished with your comfort in mind. Most suitable for two, but with a double sofa-bed can accommodate up to four people. Enter the door... take off your shoes... relax... make yourself at home.
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Cottage was one of the venues during the Kirkcudbright art and crafts trail
, 30 July - 1 August 2010. (Exhibitors: Pamela Baillie, watercolours - theme "sunflowers" (see below); Linda Porritt
, designer jewellery; Stewart Baillie, photography - theme "reflections", Evgenia Baillie, school art.)
ABOUT THE OWNER
PAMELA BAILLIE was born in Kirkcudbright and lived here until 1972 growing up surrounded by stories of the Kirkcudbright artists. Since then she has lived and worked in Edinburgh (Scotland), London (England), N.W. Australia, Kobe (Japan) and presently resides in Geneva (Switzerland) where she works for the World Health Organization.
In her spare time Pamela paints and writes poems. Flowers and portraits are, till now, her favourite subjects. For prices: contact Pamela, email: email@example.com
Below is a gallery of her art and a glimpse into her recently-published book of poems.
POEMS FOR ETERNITY by Pamela Baillie
A collection of thoughts and visions revealing a view of the world from a personal perspective, from a place of silence. 30 pages.
For a copy contact Pamela, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A glimpse inside the book: