Rivergarth Bed and Breakfast, Kirkcudbright.



Alan & Judi offer you a warm welcome to their home. Rivergarth is beautifully situated and enjoys an elevated position with uninterrupted views across the River Dee and the countryside beyond providing an ideal base to explore the local area as well as the beautiful surroundings of Dumfries and Galloway.

Alan & Judi established Rivergarth as a B&B in March 2008 with Alan bringing over 35 years experience as a chef and Judi 30 years in customer service..

Kirkcudbright (pronounced Kir-coo-bree) has been called the St Ives of the north. This is partly due to its attractive colourful streets and position as a harbour town and partly due to the artists who came and painted here and who made it their home. Once, it was claimed, unless you fished or painted, there wasn't a great deal to do. Now you have a choice.

You can have a browse round Kirkcudbright's fine shops and galleries, visit the town museum or the Tolbooth Art Centre. You could also take a tour round McLellan's Castle and Broughton House, once home to E A Hornel and now owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Other tourist attractions include the Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park, & the David Coulthard Museum at Twynholm.

For the more active there are various water sports nearby and the town has good golfing facilities, plus tennis, squash and a swimming pool.

More entertainment is supplied by the town's Summer Festivities Committee who run a full programme of events from May to August.



Rivergarth – the only B&B in Kirkcudbright with uninterrupted views across the River Dee.