Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Kirkcudbright from just £44 per night
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Kirkcudbright
Amenity filters are conveniently available to help you personalise your search for a beautiful holiday rental in Kirkcudbright. Our database shows that internet and gardens prove to be the most commonly offered amenities in Kirkcudbright. Plan your holidays in advance if you like to end your days curled up by the fire or you are a grill master. There are only 7 listed lettings including fireplaces and 8 lettings providing barbecues.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Kirkcudbright
In Kirkcudbright, hotel rooms are the most prevalent type of accommodation on offer. The standard size of hotel rooms in Kirkcudbright is 15 m², with a median price of £107 a night. Moreover, this type of property tends to be the perfect choice for couples and small groups, since the majority of hotel rooms can welcome at least 2 people. If you're interested in a different holiday property type, you may want to check bed & breakfast rentals, which are the second most typical type of accommodation in Kirkcudbright. Bed & Breakfast rentals in Kirkcudbright are 18 m² on average, with prices averaging £96 a night.
Rent a Kirkcudbright holiday letting for art, fresh fish, and culture
A traditional country cottage in Kirkcudbright brings you to the best the town has to offer. A charming harbour, pretty streets, and a lively community exemplify this creative corner of Scotland. If you opt for a self catering Kirkcudbright accommodation, you’ll be spoilt for choice by the sheer quantity of restaurants, cafes, and tearooms.
Where to find the best food in Kirkcudbright?
Eat out in Kirkcudbright
Enjoy fresh fish caught on the day, as well as locally sourced food and beverages at the Castle Restaurant in the town centre. The top quality cuisine is sure to please any epicureans. However, if you're just looking for a quick bite on your way to the sights, grab a takeaway serving of fish and chips from Polarbites Restaurant. Serving locally caught crab, lobster, and scallops, this is the freshest fast food you are likely to find anywhere.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Kirkcudbright?
Art and nature in Kirkcudbright
Kirkcudbright has long been home to artists and painters of all kinds, and you’ll find evidence of this artistic heritage dotted around the town. Check out the Tolbooth Art Centre to learn about the town’s creative past, leading right up to current day artists. Take a stroll past the atmospheric marina, or head into the nearby countryside for a breath of fresh air. Walk among the trees at the Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park, home to almost 150 animals, or go birdwatching on the Galloway Red Kite Trail.
What are the best events and festivals in Kirkcudbright?
Kirkcudbright events: old traditions and modern celebrations
Living up to its reputation as the ‘artists’ town’, Kirkcudbright maintains some colourful traditions. Every August the sky lights up at the Kirkcudbright Tattoo and Firework Display, and the Galloway Children’s Festival draws in families from far and wide. A re-enactment of the 1455 Riding of the Marches takes place every year, with more than 40 horses marching through the town. There is also a jazz festival, which is held each June as a celebration of world class jazz.
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