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Charming mid-terrace cottage in Gatehouse of Fleet. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Close to beaches and Galloway Hills Forest Park. Kirkcudbright 8 miles. (Ref. 913712)
7 nights from £265Book Now
Delightful country cottage near Gatehouse of Fleet in Dumfries and Galloway. Hillside location with expansive views over surrounding countryside. Open fire. Beaches, walking, biking. Gatehouse of Fleet 1.2 miles. Kirkcudbright 9 miles. (Ref. 927313)
7 nights from £330Book Now
Delightful detached cottage in acre of ground near Castle Douglas in Dumfries and Galloway. Quality accommodation, woodburning stove, summerhouse, Sky TV, WiFi. Ideal for walking, cycling and fishing. Castle Douglas 6 miles. (Ref. 922698)
7 nights from £300Book Now
Superb first floor holiday apartment on outskirts of Castle Douglas in beautiful Dumfries and Galloway. Pets welcome. Close to superb walking, cycling and fishing. Activity centres and wildlife watching nearby. WiFi. Dalbeattie 6 miles. (Ref. 939558)
7 nights from £299Book Now
Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Kirkcudbright, Scotland.
Add a splash of colour to your holiday and stay in a Kirkcudbright cottage in an historic fishing town with an artistic twist!
Nestling on the Dee along the Solway coast, Kirkcudbright (kir-coo-bree) has been a magnet for artists since the late 19th Century and, even today, locals tend to either fish or paint.
Explore the attractive town centre, with its broad streets and mix of medieval, Georgian and Victorian architecture, painted in pretty pastel shades.
Browse the delightful shops and exquisite galleries, some with working studios. Don't miss the Tolbooth Art Centre, which showcases works of artists past and present. And when it's time for refreshments, there are all kinds of venues to choose from.
Alongside the harbour are the well-preserved ruins of MacLellan's Castle, while Broughton House is also worth a visit, featuring Japanese-style gardens and a fine collection of art, ceramics and literature.
The bustling harbour is a fascinating spot to while away a couple of hours, especially when the fleet comes in and unloads its catch-of-the-day.
Next stop the marina and perhaps a pleasure trip along the river. Or enjoy a fun family day at the Wildlife Conservation Park, home to over 200 animals.
What else? Superb cycling in the region, with two Forestry
Commission cycle centres close to town and an 18-hole golf course
overlooking the Galloway Hills and estuary.
Summer brings many festivities, highlighted by a fabulous Tattoo in August, so if you're planning a Kirkcudbright cottage holiday then, remember to book early!