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Galloway Cycling Holidays

Galloway Cycling Holidays

 

Welcome to the best cycling holidays in Scotland – Winner of  Visit Scotland’s Thistle Awards for Best Outdoor / Activity company 2019/2020 in the West.

We specialise in guided and self-guided cycling holidays in the South West of Scotland. We also offer bike hire of quality bicycles (hybrid, road, gravel and eBikes) for day rides. 

Explore the beauty of Galloway and our UNESCO Biosphere during a long weekend or book a longer tour. There are no set start dates. We can arrange the accommodation and will move your luggage. Come as a group, a club, a couple, or just by yourself. We customise your holidays to your fitness level and interests.

We have a large portfolio of amazing cycling routes for every type of cycling – always on beautifully quiet roads and tracks.

If you like gravel biking and off-road cycling – Galloway Forest Park is one of the best playgrounds anywhere in the world. 

Discover Galloway and the path less pedalled the sustainable way.

For more service details, inspiring routes and lovely images of Galloway head to our website: www.gallowaycycling.com .

Barrhill Woods Bed and Breakfast

 

This new Bed and breakfast, located in the delightful harbour town on the River Dee, Kirkcudbright is a gem in Dumfries and Galloway, is ideal for a quiet, relaxing stay.
Do you love walking, cycling, fishing, golf, art, photography and stunning scenery?  Visiting Dumfries and Galloway, and more importantly, using Kirkcudbright as a base to explore is a great choice.   With its range of independent shops and many galleries Kirkcudbright (pronounced Kur-coo-bree) is also known as the Artists Town.
Barrhill Woods B&B is located in an elevated position above the town just beneath Barrhill Woods. There is just a short walk into the town to sample the delights it has to offer.
If wildlife, art and photography is your interest, look no further.  The woods, which are just a minute or two’s walk away, has a wildlife hide that is easy, and free, to access.  There is an abundance of birds and plenty of red squirrels, so it should be possible to take some delightful images.
Alternatively for the writers and creative types, relaxing in my B&B should inspire.
If you have mobility challenges, the access is via a ramp.  All facilities are on one level.  The private bathroom to Bedroom One has a door into the bath, a winch strap within, plus a powerful over head shower.  There is also a deployable handle by the standard height toilet.
To aid a restful nights sleep the bedding in all the rooms is luxurious Egyptian Cotton.  The location is also peaceful and quiet.
To start your day, indulge in a 5 course breakfast. With fruit juice, fresh fruit salad, cereal, yoghurt and a full cooked English or Scottish breakfast the choice is yours.
To see the full list of events that, and there are plenty, which are hosted in Kirkcudbright check out the local website www.kirkcudbright.town.
I look forward to welcoming you.

The Crown and Anchor Bed and Breakfast and Tearooms, was the local pub in the small village of Dundrennan, the building has been completely renovated to a very high standard, whilst retaining as many of its original features as possible.

We are situated on the A711, Solway coast road between Dalbeattie and Kirkcudbright, opposite the old Cistercian Abbey in the small rural village of Dundrennan. Nestled amid some of the most beautifully stunning countryside.

 

Our rooms have been furnished and decorated to a very high standard. We can provide either a kingsize bed or twin beds, which ever our guests prefer.

Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and flat screen TV’s with a built in DVD player.

Both rooms are en suite with large showers, over mirror lights with electric shaving points and complimentary toiletries.
Secure parking for bicycles
B and B rooms open all year round.

Tearooms

We are also a small, family run cafe which is very popular with locals and tourists alike. We offer a varied menu that we hope has something for everyone to enjoy. Our cakes are all homemade, we try to source all of the produce on our menu locally.
The cafe is cosy with stunning views over Fagra Hill, and Dundrennan Abbey. We have a small parking area next to the tearooms. Although we only allow assistance dogs inside the tearooms, we have an outdoor eating area for our dog walking friends.

Dundrennan Abbey

This site is closed until Spring 2021.

Historic Scotland are working hard to gradually reopen the places you love while making sure the experience is safe for everyone. Find out more about reopening plans:

https://www.historicenvironment.scot/our-reopening-plans-and-covid-19-response.

Enjoy the peace of this beautiful Gothic abbey set in tree-fringed pastures where Mary Queen of Scots spent her last hours in Scotland.

This was the major abbey of the Cistercian order, which was founded on austere principles but became very wealthy from farming – especially sheep farming. The abbey’s surviving
stonework includes beautiful carvings.

Admission

Member/Explorer Pass holder: FREE
Adult: £6.00
Child aged 5–15: £3.60
Child under 5: FREE
Concession: £4.80
Opening Times

 

 
 
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