A cottage holiday is the ideal way for a family to spend time together and reconnect. It’s far too easy to get carried away in the hustle and bustle of everyday life and even the airport lounge prior the holiday can seem daunting. Spending time together in a rural location in a cosy cottage surrounded by the beautiful landscapes enables everyone to unwittingly relax and harmonise!
High Kirkland cottages have the solution, providing Dumfries holiday cottages, located in South West Scotland is perfect for all. For those that enjoy sports, cycling in particular there is the ever famous 7 Stanes with their award winning trials. Put simply its mountain bike heaven!
Lots of other activities you could think of such as horse riding, walking, nature reserves, and heritage sites and why not try out the world’s largest zip wire! A sure treat for the whole family to enjoy. And to top it off enjoy some of the best local food sourced and served locally. A truly genuine, rural retreat.
After a busy day of fun packed activities you can relax in anyone of our Dumfries holiday cottages such as Robins Nest, this cottage is ideally suited to accommodate the larger family with four bedrooms and a large lounge where the family can relax and enjoy each other’s company.
Dumfries may surprise you. Dumfries will even delight you, but Dumfries will never disappoint you! With its blend of old and new, the charm of Dumfries town lies in the array of shops dotted around the narrow streets running off the main thoroughfare down towards the Whitesands and the banks of the River Nith.
With cottages to suit every possible whim, you really are spoilt for choice. Furthermore with the added bonus of amazing views to wake up to each morning. The Scottish borders is a destination that offers the best of both worlds, with local shops on the doorstep and local pubs, come and join in whether choosing to make it an active holiday or a relaxing holiday, either way you will return home refreshed and smiling.
10 things to do in Dumfries – As Seen on VisitScotland.com:
From the beautiful gardens, blessed by the warm climate, to the fascinating museums covering aviation, the war effort and Robert Burns, there’s plenty of things to do. Start with these 10 then see what else you can find to do in Dumfries & Galloway.