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The Roof Garden Apartment ref: 537167

Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway
  • Sleeps 44
ParkingOn street parkingGardenYes
2 person discountNoFire/WoodburnerNo
SmokingNoInternet accessNo


This lovely holiday apartment towers above this quaint and historic little town with views across the estuary to the hills beyond. The roof top garden is an absolute delight with views over the houses to the harbour and MacLellan's Castle. This is just perfect for al fresco meals, watching the magical sunsets here or welcoming in the day with a cup of tea. The apartment offers comfortable and rather glamorous accommodation with the master bedroom being particularly opulent.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Property is on the second floor, has gas central heating and comprises:
Ground floor entrance hall with steps up to second floor level:

Second floor

Lounge/Dining: With Freeview TV/DVD with 3D facility, radio/CD, library of DVDs and CDs, feature electric fire, dining furniture and patio doors to the roof gardenKitchen: With electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer
Bedroom 1: With king size bed, Freeview TV, window seat and wash basin
Bedroom 2: With double bed, Freeview TV/DVD and wash basin
Bathroom: With bath, walk in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin
Cloakroom: With WC and wash basin


All fuel, power, bed linen, towels and bathrobes included. Children over 5 years welcome.


Roof garden with outdoor furniture and wonderful views. On street parking. One pet welcome.

Nearest townKirkcudbrightShops
Nearest railway stationDumfriesPubKirkcudbright
Distance27 milesLake

About the local area

Kirkcudbright (pronounced kir-coo-bree) is one of the treasures of this relatively undiscovered corner of Scotland. The charms of the town and its surroundings have attracted artists for well over a century with links to the ‘Glasgow Boys' and other areas renowned for their artistic heritage, for example, St Ives, Newlyn and Pont-Aven in Brittany. Kirkcudbright is situated on the Dee estuary where it meets Kirkcudbright Bay in the beautiful Dumfries & Galloway region of south west Scotland. This picturesque working harbour town has what the ‘Rough Guide to Scotland' calls the “most beguiling of town centres, a charming medley of simple brick cottages with medieval pends, Georgian villas and Victorian town houses, many attractively painted”. Kirkcudbright is an ancient port and county town set on the warm south west coast of Scotland amongst the rolling hills and farmland of Galloway. Nowadays its industry is mostly centred around scallop fishing, farming and tourism. Kirkcudbright has its own Wildlife Conservation Park set in 27 acres of mixed woodland which looks after and preserves some of the rarest and most endangered animals in the world. The town still retains a tranquil and unspoilt beauty whilst at the same time being a popular destination for almost everyone enticed by the diverse programme of events held throughout the year. From the colourful Jazz Festival and the thrilling Riding of the Marches to the ever popular Maggie's Tour. The pinnacle of the Summer festivities is the annual Tattoo, which has Highland dancing, pipe bands and a spectacular fireworks display illuminating the stunning backdrop of MacLellan's Castle. The Galloway Forest Park is the largest in the UK and offers three hundred square miles of wild beauty amongst tranquil valleys encompassed by heather-clad hills, rugged rock faces, burns cascading down majestic slopes and the forest, moorland and lochs rising up to the grandeur of the mountains. The Merrick, the Rhinns of Kells and Mulwharcher stand proudly above the unspoilt, ancient woodland. The three visitor centres at Glentrool, Kirroughtree and Clatteringshaws offer a fascinating insight into the forest together with some shortbread and coffee. The Galloway Forest Park is the UK's first Dark Sky Park and as there is no obvious light pollution here, the stars are really a beauty to behold. Stretching from seashore to mountaintops, The Galloway Forest Park has an outstanding variety of wildlife. Red and Roe Deer thrive in this woodland park whilst mighty birds of prey patrol the skies. For adrenalin seekers we are hosts to five of the world renowned 7Stanes mountain biking venues offering superb single track together with easier forest tracks. One of the UK's longest zip wires offers a bird's eye view of the Islands of Fleet. The Roof Garden Apartment is the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating part of Scotland.

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This fine 18th century house was bought by the Scottish artist E A Hornel and became his home and studio. Today visitors can admire many of his painting, and those of his fellow artists throughout the house and gallery.

Broughton House and Garden

Broughton House is rich in history and style which gives it the distinctive look it has today.

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Maclellan’s Castle

Completed in 1582, Maclellan’s Castle was built mainly for show rather than defence and was one of the grandest houses in all of Scotland.

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Buittle Reservoir

Between Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas, Buittle Reservoir is well stocked monthly bringing you fantastic trout fishing.

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River Urr

At 35 miles long, the River Urr has plenty of good sights to fish on. Again salmon and trout are common here but the river is one of only three in Scotland which allows fishing until the end of November.

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Brighouse Bay Golf Club

Set on the Solway coastline with brilliant views out over the Irish Sea, the Brighouse Bay Golf Club has some unusual features as it spans across the rugged coast. This makes some holes a quite a challenge for golfers of all levels and a really enticing course to come and play.

Brighouse Bay Trekking Centre

Well established for over 40 years the centre has a range of facilities to offer training and trekking on some exceptionally sure footed ponies from the highlands.

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Lockhill Farm Equestrian Centre

With amazing views to discover whilst trekking through Dumfries and Galloway, the Lockhill Farm Equestrian Centre offers great horse riding through woodland and across farmland. The centre has one or two hour lessons to choose from or hacks in the surrounding areas.

Clints of Dromore

An easier angle for climbers of all abilities this is a good one for winter climbs or beginners setting out. Still with some great views on offer the Clints of Dromore are really worth navigating on a quiet afternoon.

Meikle Ross

The cliffs on the brilliant Solway Coast are a large climb so it’s important to pick your route carefully. It does provide a real challenge however which are rewarded by the scenery and calm of the place

Jubilee Path

This forest walk between Rockcliffe and neighbouring village Kippford takes the path named after Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee.

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Gatehouse to Sandgreen

Taking in coastland, countryside and woodland along the way, this walk allows you to take in the varying landscapes of Southern Scotland whilst (at 8 miles) not being too much of a tiring route.

Carrick Shore Beach

With a rural setting to enjoy the expanse of sandy beach, Carrick Shore is a popular visit for couples looking at a romantic retreat.

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Galloway Forest Park

With over 300 square miles of mixed landscapes to explore this diverse natural playground is one of the most popular places to visit in Scotland.

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