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Flat 1, 43 Castle Street

Kirkcudbright, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway, DG6 4JD (Ref. 1073291)



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  • “The Castle street flat was very tidy, spacious & well equipped.”

    On a quiet street where you could park right in front of the place & within a five minute walk of all the amenities the town has to offer.

    On a quiet street where you could park right in front of the place & within a five minute walk of all the amenities the town has to offer. Perfect spot for us, right in the centre of this charming, unpretentious, sedate, little gem of a town, full of coffee shops, artists studios & views across the estuary to the misty hills beyond.

    - Mr Marlow, September 2021

About the property

Nestled in the historic town of Kidcudbright, just a short walk from a number of amenities, is this delightful, maisonette, Flat 1, 43 Castle Street.

Set over three floors, this inviting retreat is a great place to call home while exploring the delights of Dumfries and Galloway.

The kitchen/diner is equipped with all you could need for a short break, including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and even a washing machine, so you won’t have to pack your entire wardrobe!

Serve home-cooked meals at the dining table before discovering the sitting room, where you can lounge on the sofas before the electric woodburner.

As the night rolls in, head to the first floor to find a double bedroom and shower room, whilst the second-floor comprises of a double and a single, providing plenty of options.

When you’re ready to explore, meander the charming streets of Kidcudbright with plenty of coffee stops around the town and the Gallery Tearooms which has recently been refurbished with great reviews.

The Selkirk Arms with Restaurant and the Garret Public House with beer garden are each a stone’s throw from your front door.

Kirkcudbright offers a selection of Georgian and Victorian buildings, including Broughton House, a smart Georgian townhouse which was once the home of the artist Edward Hornel, now presenting collections of art, ceramics and furniture.

Visit MacLellan’s Castle, a ruined 16th century townhouse by the harbourside, or continue a stroll along the stunning marina as you watch the boats bob with the tide, before refuelling at a quality restaurant or bistro pub.

Get to know your surroundings further by strolling along the National Trust wonder of the Japanese gardens of Broughton House, or embark on a longer ramble in the Galloway Forest Park.

Those beach lovers can head out to Goat Well Bay, a hidden gem in Dumfries and Galloway, which is surrounded by woodland and looks out onto Nun Mill Bay at the mouth of the River Dee, with fascinating rock pools for the little ones to explore.

Flat 1, 43 Castle Street is a lovely base for exploring the Scottish coast and enjoying the charm of Kirkcudbright.


  • Over three floors
  • Three bedrooms: 1 x second-floor double, 1 x double, 1 x second-floor single
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with electric fire
  • Gas central heating and electric fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Roadside parking on a first-come, first-served basis
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0.1 miles
  • Note: If bringing pets, please be aware that there is no outdoor garden

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About the location


Dumfries 25 miles.

The historic and picturesque town of Kirkcudbright sits on the banks of the River Dee on the north Solway coast. Established as a Royal Burgh in 1455 this small port town has always been supported by a busy fishing trade and is home to a blue flag marina. Behind this working harbour, its wide streets and pastel-coloured houses, a mix of Georgian and Victorian town houses make for a very attractive town centre. Particular places of interest are the Tolbooth Museum, Broughton House and Gardens (National Trust for Scotland), the Stewartry Museum, MacLellan's Castle, and the newly refurbished town Art Gallery. Kirkcudbright is also known as the 'Artists' Town'. From the 1870s onwards the town has both produced and attracted a wide range of talented artists and crafts people, and there is a fine collection of art galleries and arts and crafts shops. If you want your holiday to include some breaks from cooking you will find plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from, including the historic Selkirk Arms Hotel, and, near the harbour, Polar Bites, a very good fish restaurant as well as being a takeaway. Throughout the summer the town organises a wide range of activities including the four day Arts and Crafts Trail, four-day Jazz Festival, a weekly Scottish night with pipe band and dancing (especially for children), weekly town tours, farmers markets, a vintage car rally... the list is endless. Visitors can also use the town's swimming pool, bowling club, golf club and tennis courts. Further afield there is the Galloway Activity Centre on beautiful Loch Ken, which offers a range of water sports, and the Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre which includes a zipwire - suitable for all ages! Perhaps best of all are the opportunities for walking, cycling, fishing, or just driving along the coasts and in the hills and valleys in some of Scotland's loveliest unspoilt scenery.