Dalbeattie & The Colvend Coast Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Bed & Breakfast and Guest House accommodation in the Dalbeattie & Colvend Coast area of Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland ...
Below these B&B listings you will also find information about Dalbeattie and the nearby Colvend Coast villages of Kippford and Rockcliffe.
B&Bs and Guest House accommodation in Dalbeattie:
- Cairngill House By Dalbeattie - Tel: 01387 780681
- Craignair Cottage Bed and Breakfast Dalbeattie
- Dalbeattie Guest House Dalbeattie - Tel: 01556 610830
- Falbeg B&B Dalbeattie - Tel: 01556 610579
- Kerr Cottage B&B Dalbeattie
Kippford B&B accommodation:
- Rafters Luxury Bed & Breakfast Kippford
- Rosemount Guest House Kippford - Tel: 01556 620214
- Roughfirth House B&B Kippford
Rockcliffe B&B accommodation:
- Millbrae Guest House Rockcliffe - Tel: 01556 630217
Other B&Bs and Guest Houses on The Colvend Coast:
- Clearviews Bed and Breakfast Carsethorn - Tel: 01387 880537
- East Daylesford B&B Colvend - Tel: 01556 630483
- The Old Shop B&B Carsethorn - Tel: 01387 880799
- Springfield Bed & Breakfast Colvend - Tel: 01556 630403
About the Town of Dalbeattie, Kippford, Rockcliffe and Sandyhills
A town of solid houses built of grey granite, a stone for which Dalbeattie became famous and prosperous in the 19th Century. It was shipped in bulk to Liverpool for export, though today its quarry only produces granite chips for roads. The town has a pleasant park and boating lake, whilst on the outskirts is a Golf Course and Dalbeattie Forest with waymarked walks.
To the west are the sparse ruins of Buittle Castle where John Balliol’s mother, Devorguilla, signed the charter of Oxford’s Balliol College in 1282.
Dalbeattie is an ideal town base for exploring the Colvend Coast (also known as 'The Scottish Riviera') and the areas of:
Kippford (pictured right) is a popular sailing centre and a venue for an annual regatta. The village was formerly a busy ship-building and fishing centre at the beginning of the 19th Century. From the 1870s onwards it developed as a resort for sea-bathing and leisure.
A holiday area favoured by the Victorians, with yachts in summer, walks along the Jubilee Path and Muckle Lands, a 5th Century Mote of Mark Hill Fort, and Rough Island bird sanctuary.
A seaside village with a large sandy beach intersected by a river.
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