Located in historic Kirkcudbright, in the old High Street, the Baytree House is a Georgian property with many original features including a vaulted ceiling, marble fireplace and a sweeping staircase. There is also a drawing room for guests' exclusive use, equipped with books, magazines, board games, TV with DVD player and a collection of DVDs. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the house and guests can borrow a laptop computer if needed. The rooms have en suite facilities with toiletries, a hairdryer, fresh towels and slippers, and other features include a flat-screen TV, DVD player, ironing facilities, tea/coffee, bottled water and welcome sherry. In the morning at Baytree House, breakfast is served in the spacious conservatory dining room which outlooks over the garden. There are freshly cooked breakfasts served to your table as well as your choices from the buffet table. Maclellan's Castle, the Tolbooth Art Centre, the Stewartry Museum and a swimming pool, as well as many independent shops, restaurants and pubs can be reached on foot in less than 5 minutes.
Enjoy your best times in the artistic city Kirkcudbright with Selkirk Arms Hotel. Walk the nearby trails or explore them on the bike, take a stroll on the private beach or do some stargazing. You have numerous experiences to choose from during your stay over here.
Cally Palace is an excellent example of how a beautiful country house can be conveniently converted into a luxury and recreational venue. The house is a protected heritage structure with beautiful gardens and a huge estate with now houses a lavish hotel and a golf club. The hotel is great for corporate meetings, family holidays and is even a sough after wedding venue. The country house provides a comfortable and exclusive staying option which is further elevated by the services and facilities of the hotel. No better way to spend some quality time.
Three Glens is secluded, tranquil and the perfect weekend getaway. Located on a working farm, the bed and breakfast is a bit of a challenge to reach. once you make the climb though, beautiful views and crisp country air await you. With four individual rooms well equipped with all the necessities and a few added luxuries to boot, each room is a comfortable haven with cozy beds, ceiling speakers and a common sundeck to luxuriate on. Enjoy plenty of outdoor activities like mountain biking, trekking, fishing and more while the area is full of interesting places to see and visit, cultural and historical. The three glens also hosts events and corporate functions as well as creative workshops and craft classes. The most intriguing feature of the building is its architecture, built to be sustainable it features several unique elements that combine aesthetic with environmental sensitivity like the massive clay oven in the center of the house which warms the entire building. For additional information, please contact the hosts directly.
If you are in need of a holiday that is relaxed and set amidst the pristine beauty of nature, an escape to Brockloch Eco Retreat is the perfect solution. Set on the Brockloch family farm, this eco-lodge offers guests a stay in either the isolated Brockloch Treehouse or in the Brockloch Bothy, a cozy home that is the perfect combination of contemporary and rustic. These beautiful cottages have been lauded for their chic design that is centered around sustainable and eco-friendly living. While modern amenities have been excluded so as to not interfere with your getaway, there are facilities like a hairdryer and a wood-fireplace for you to keep warm while you enjoy the surrounding nature and wildlife.
This small, family-run hotel is beautifully situated within 7 acres of mature gardens and woodlands, in a secluded position within a national scenic area near the Solway coast. Between the villages of Rockcliffe and Kippford, Clonyard is set in south west Scotland, 4 miles south from Dalbeattie on A710. During your stay you can explore the numerous small villages which are dotted about the countryside, each with its own individual charm, or pay a visit to the country town of Kirkcudbright which is well known in art circles for its historical connections with the 'Glasgow Boys'. The Thompson family who have owned the Clonyard for over 35 years spent many years prior to this in East Africa. This affinity to that continent can still be seen around the hotel.
The award-winning Craigadam offers luxurious accommodation around 20 minutes from Dumfries. With an excellent Scottish restaurant, the Craigadam is located close to Castle Douglas, and also has a drawing room with log fire and a billiards room with honesty bar. All rooms have free WiFi access, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee facilities and en suite bathrooms. Rooms are individually themed, taking inspiration from Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Queen Victoria, among others. A full breakfast buffet offers cereals, yoghurt and fresh juices along with cooked items. The Craigadam’s restaurant serves hearty dishes such as salmon fillet in orange and white wine sauce, and local game specialities including partridge stuffed with venison. Craigadam enjoys an invigorating country estate setting, with bracing walks through the hills and by lochs and streams. The small town of Castle Douglas is 45 miles west of Carlisle, 55 miles from the Stanraer ferry to Ireland, and just under 1 hour’s drive from the 300-square mile Galloway Forest Park.