Chipperkyle Country House Scotland
Bed and Breakfast
Dumfries and Galloway
Tel: 01556 650223
Castles & Abbeys
Dumfries and Galloway can be enjoyed either on foot, by bicycle or by car, there are some lovely walks around the varied coastline. Beaches are well worth searching out as many offer warm, safe bathing.
If you drive you will enjoy the ambling by-ways and quiet back roads. You will be surprised at the lack of queues and traffic jams.
This area of Scotland is varied, calm and stunning, the climate is warmed by the Gulf Stream and everywhere has the air of being relaxed and friendly.
The natural beauties of the area, the high granite mountains of the Galloway Hills, the Galloway Forest Park, the Solway coast and the tranquil freshwater lochs are all easily accessible.
Offering some of the best cycling in the country set amidst spectacular scenery. The bicycle was invented here by Kirkpatrick MacMillan in 1840 – try the KM Trail. The Cycle Network has over 450 miles (724km) of sign-posted routes on quiet roads and around 40 miles (64km) of off-road paths to test even the most experienced.
Gardens and Nurseries
Our Nearby Towns
We are situated in a rural location in the heart of the countryside dedicated to beef and sheep production. The shops are still mainly family owned and the people are friendly and helpful. Drive through and stop off at Castle Douglas, Kirkkudbright, Gatehouse of Fleet, New Galloway, Creetown and Portpatrick.
Art in Dumfries and Galloway
Another attraction is the Striding Arches around Penpont where Andy Goldsworthy has created a series of stone sculptures that are stunning to look at and wonderful to find. A good adventure. It is this that really epitomises Dumfries and Galloway, beautiful scenery with lovely walks where you are likely to encounter great works of art and interesting wildlife that will challenge your body, mind and spirit.
Wigtown (Book Town)
In 2012 Wigtown won a Creative Place Award. How can you miss it?
The cost for bed and breakfast is £115 per night for 2 people sharing
Please just ask if you would like to know anything else. This is Scottish hospitality.