Things to see and do - Kirkcudbright
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Kirkcudbright Travel guide
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Standing on the eastern banks of the River Dee, Kirkcudbright today thrives on agriculture, fishing and tourism. The seafront was once a harbour and the town a royal burgh. It was also a county town for the "Stewartry", Crown lands administered by a "Stewart". This administrative status remains in existence today and this is the last example to survive in Scotland (the present holder of the office is the Prince of Wales).
Tourist attractions Kirkcudbright : Things to see and do
A711 GB - Dundrennan DG6 4QH
This Cistercian abbey was founded in 1142 on an isolated strip of fertile land by King David with the agreement of Fergus, Lord of Galloway, his childhood friend. By founding monasteries, David assured peace and prosperity while spreading the Good Wo..
High Street GB - Kirkcudbright DG6 4JG
This historic, 18th-century townhouse is located in the heart of the harbour town of Kirkcudbright, 15 minutes’ drive from Galloway National Park. It features 2 cosy restaurants and a bar. All of the bright, warmly furnished rooms at the Selkirk Arm..
18 Main Street, Twynholm GB - Kirkcudbright DG6 4NT
Three miles outside Kirkcudbright, Star Hotel is a family-run bed and breakfast in the village of Twynholm. Dating back to the 18th-century, the hotel has its own bar and restaurant, and a garden with outdoor seating. Each room has en suite bathroom..