Kirkland Burn
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Welcome to Kirkland Burn

A brand new luxury self-catering property, Kirkland Burn is your ideal base for exploring the beautiful Dumfries and Galloway region. Minutes outside Dumfries, the cottage is situated in the picturesque village of Tinwald and enjoys stunning views across the valley to Galloway.

The Cottage

Kirkland Burn is an annex adjoining the owners property – but with its own entrance and garden to allow complete privacy. Designed and built to an exceptionally high specification, it provides a luxury base for your Dumfries and Galloway break.

Features

  • Fully self-contained accommodation
  • Luxury double bedroom
  • Large kitchen/day room
  • Utility room
  • Lounge
  • Bathroom, with free-standing bath and shower
  • Large patio and garden, with views over Dumfries and beyond
  • Free wi-fi

Coming in 2016: Garden Room and hot tub

In the Region

Dumfries and Galloway has a huge range of activities and events to make your stay special no matter what time of year you visit.

Within the town, there’s a wide range of shops, restaurants, cafés and museums (including the famous Burns House). For the active visitor, there’s a swimming pool, ice rink and gym; and there’s a lively nightlife with a cinema, pubs, clubs and live music in the town.

Culturally, the region is served by museums such as Dumfries Museum and the Aviation Museum (just ten minutes away); there’s a long history of artists living in the region, celebrated by the annual Spring Fling where studios and galleries open their doors to visitors. There’s sites of historical interest such as Drumlanrig and Caerlaverock, and the Covenanters Trail.

Outdoor lovers have an endless range of options, from fishing (there’s a loch just five minutes walk from the cottage) to mountain biking (the world-renowned 7 Stanes tracks cover the region) to walking in the Lowther hills. There’s also activity centres, horse riding, and dozens of golf courses within easy reach.

To keep your appetite at bay, there’s a range of award-winning restaurants and cafés within easy reach. There’s an ice-cream parlour just outside the town (Drummuir Farm Ice Cream); a brewery at Castle Douglas (Sulwath Brewery) and even a distillery at Annan (Annandale Distillery).

Further afield, Glasgow and Edinburgh are around 90 minutes drive, or just an hour by train – and the Border city of Carlisle is half an hour down the road too.