The Selkirk Arms in Kirkcudbright, Scotland
The Selkirk Arms in Scotland is the perfect starting point from which to experience Scotland’s stunning south west coast because it is situated in the center of Kirkcudbright and is tucked between rocky coastlines and dramatic heather-covered hills.
The historic townhouse hotel, which dates back to 1777, is located on Kirkudbright’s renowned Main Street, just a short distance from the bustling working harbor. The Selkirk Arms’ sixteen uniquely designed, opulent rooms enhance the building’s historic charm and character and add to its reputation for exceptional hospitality and as a peaceful retreat.
The Selkirk Arms offers a pleasant dining experience from traditional to modern cuisine while serving high quality bistro style dishes. Ryan Millar, the head chef, is dedicated to using local, fresh ingredients to make inventive Scottish dishes with a Mediterranean touch. You can eat fresh, regional food in the bar lounge and bistro of the inn because the menus of its bar, bistro, and Artistas Restaurant are all the same.
One of Scotland’s most thriving towns, Kirkcudbright is a bustling fishing port that is nestled in the River Dee estuary. It is the perfect location for cycling, fishing, golfing, and features beautiful walking trails that range from easy to tough due to its location between spectacular coastlines and outstanding landscapes.
Furthermore available right outside the door for the more daring visitors are hillwalking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. A little further out is Laggan Outdoor, where thrill seekers can partake in kayaking, wind surfing, or sailing at Galloway Activity Centre, as well as water polo, clay pigeon shooting, and an 830-meter zip wire.