Rowanbank House is a very attractive, and architecturally exceptionally interesting, Victorian House that was built in the 1880s. It is situated in a prime location close to Annan Railway Station and the High Street and it retains many of its original features including stained glass windows and mosaic flooring. It is located in the Royal Burgh of Annan; an ideal location for exploring this scenic area of Scotland as well as the Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall. Gretna Green is situated 9 miles away and Annan is on the Sustrans National Cycle Route; Rowanbank therefore attracts regular wedding trade and cyclists. The business benefits from consistently good reviews and is a firm favourite with many returning guests.
The town of Annan benefits from having a thriving community that is well serviced in terms of local amenities including major shopping facilities, schools, cinema, hotels, public houses, restaurants, hospital, and doctors' surgeries. The town further benefits from excellent road networks including access to the M6 and M74 motorways as well as public transport networks including the train station providing services to Carlisle, Dumfries, and Glasgow. Annan is popular with tourists and those participating in outdoor pursuits such as walking and hiking, fishing, cycling and golfing.