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Low Kirkbride Farm
Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star
Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast.

Bed and Breakfast, Low Kirkbride Farm

STB three Star Bed and Breakfast logo

Proprietor : Mrs. Zan Kirk.
Low Kirkbride Farm, Auldgirth,
Dumfries & Galloway DG2 0SP.

Tel/Fax : +44 (0) 13 87 82 02 58.
E-mail :

Finding Low Kirkbride Farm
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  • 3-Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation :
    • Double, Twin and Family en-suite bedrooms.
    • Open January - December.
  • B&B Tariff : £ 20.00 per person per night.
    For Four Nights or More : £ 18.00 per person per night.
    Children under 16 £ 15.00 per person per night.

  • Pony Trekking
  • Golf
  • Fishing
  • Art
  • Excellent Walking and Cycling area.

Low Kirkbride Farm :
Low Kirkbride is a warm, comfortable farmhouse set amid beautiful countryside with lovely views from every room. Friendly atmosphere with superb breakfasts and tasty Aga home-baking and cooking. The conservatory looks onto our attractive garden. We have our own walking leaflets, one round the surrounding countryside and the other around our farm. Organic working beef and sheep farm with pedigree herd of belted Galloways.

How to find us :
Low Kirkbride is in South West Scotland, 45 miles north-west of Carlisle and 10 miles north of Dumfries, 3 miles from Auldgirth and 2 miles from Dunscore.

When approaching from the south take the A75 Dumfries Bypass, turning north onto the A76 towards Kilmarnock and Thornhill. After approximately 2 miles, turn left after Newbridge onto the B729 and proceed the 6 miles to Dunscore. Go through Dunscore and just after the de-restriction signs there is a crossroads. Take the minor road to the right and follow it for about 1½ miles past a ruined tower at Lagg, then take the first turning left (north) at the the triangle of grass. Low Kirkbride is the first farm on the left, about half a mile from the junction. Print off the Map as a further guide.

And Finally - Our Lambs...

Lambs at Low Kirkbride
Below the Garden...

...In spring, we have lambs below the garden...

...And sometimes in the garden... !

Lamb in Low Kirkbride garden
...In the Garden




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Low Kirkbride Farm website prepared 20th August 2000 by and last updated 13th March 2004.