Kirkbride Farm is located in south west Scotland, less than one mile from Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway, in the prominent peninsula known as The Rhins of Galloway. The Rhins extend from Milleur Point and Corsewall Point in the north to the Mull of Galloway some 27 miles to the south and stretch inland to the Water of Luce. The chief towns are Stranraer and Portpatrick.
Dundrum Cottage and The Cotthouse are self catering holiday cottages half a mile south of Port Logan, the setting for the BBC drama series Two Thousand Acres Of Sky. With lovely sandy beaches, botanic gardens, sea and fresh water fishing and countryside walks, this beautiful corner of Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland is an ideal choice for a self catering family holiday.
In 2008, Dundrum Cottage became the first self catering property in Dumfries & Galloway to achieve Visit Scotland's highest grading of 5 Stars.
Situated in the heart of our large farm near Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway, Dundrum Cottage enjoys a superb, elevated position with magnificent panoramic views. This detached self catering holiday cottage is designed all on one level and offers luxurious accommodation for up to eight or nine guests. It is beautifully finished with tasteful furnishings and decoration.
The Cotthouse is a self catering holiday cottage near the picturesque village of Port Logan and Logan Botanic Garden in Dumfries and Galloway. It is run personally by the owners and sleeps four.
Bring Your Horse On Holiday !
We have stables and paddock available at Kirkbride Farm for guests to use, so why not bring your equine friend with you on your rural break, letting you enjoy the local lanes, tracks and beaches together?
Our livery charge on a DIY basis is a modest £5.00 per night per horse, inclusive of stabling and grazing. Grazing and straw are on hand, but please bring other foods and bedding materials with you.