Photo gallery of the lodge & gardens
The south-facing, covered balcony is perfect for soaking up the scenery, watching the wildlife or sitting in the sun. From here French double doors opens directly into the open-plan living area which has wide open views. Constructed of Canadian Red Cedar the lodge has wood paneled walls throughout giving it natural warmth and simple country charm. The country décor, accessorised with lavender bags, pot-pourri, pictures, rugs and wall hangings creates a practical, comfortable and welcoming place to stay. Click on an image for more information.
Prices & bookings
Prices start from £350 per week, or £255 for a short break. Dogs are charged at £5 per dog, per night. Prices are based on occupancy of two persons using the same room. A small charge is made to cover laundry for additional persons, or if two guests wish to use separate rooms.
A £150 deposit secures your dates and the balance of your payment is payable 6 weeks before your arrival.
We offer a £50 discount for each consecutive week after the first week when booked as a single stay.
In addition to the tariff, a £50 Good House Keeping Deposit is payable on booking and held against damage or additional cleaning. This deposit is fully refundable when the lodge is left in a considerate condition and no damage or breakages have occurred.
(Please see the full Terms & Conditions under the PRICES tab for more detailed information on the booking process.)
The spacious deck and outdoor areas make the lodge ideal for family holidays in the Summer months, whilst the cosy homestead style interior, covered balcony, and wood burning stove make it a favourite romantic retreat in the Winter. Meanwhile, the Colvend coast is a year- round destination for those who love the outdoors and outdoor activities: especially walkers, birders, sailors, mountain bikers, and dog lovers, as world class facilities are close-by.
Weekly stays (All year round)
We offer bookings periods with Friday arrival/departure dates.
PLEASE NOTE: July and August - all bookings on a weekly basis.
Short breaks (September to June inclusive)
We offer bookings periods with either Monday or Friday start dates as follows.
Monday to Friday four night bookings
Friday to Monday three night bookings
Check-in is from 16.00 onwards
Departure before 10.00
For Booking Information, or our Terms & Conditions please go to the PRICES page.
Booking & availability
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Explore The Scottish Riviera
Kippford is situated along the South West coast of Dumfries & Galloway, in a coastal region that has much in common with the South West coast of Cornwall: hence the coast from Dalbeattie to Southerness is known as The Scottish Riviera.
Like 'Kernow', the region is known for it's stunning seascapes, rugged cliffs and rocky coves, sites of religious significance, romantic castles, wild uplands, long sandy beaches, historic sites, and quaint harbour villages, all surrounded by picturesque countryside.
The areas also share a long maritime history, seafaring tales, legends, a fishing and ship building history, ship wrecks, and smugglers tales making it a culturally fascinating place to visit.
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However, a lesser known fact is that the average temperature in Cornwall is only 0.5 degrees warmer than Dumfries & Galloway, summer days are shorter, and the average amount of rainfall in both regions is similar.
The real difference between the two regions is the peace, quiet, and tranquility to be found in Dumfries & Galloway. Here there are open roads, deserted beaches, and walks where you can feel you have the trail to yourself. Also the area is characterised by incredible bio-diversity: a wide range of habitats, from the coastal areas of the Solway Firth and conifer forests of Galloway Forest Park, to the many lochs that are situated around the region making it a mecca for those interested in the outdoors, nature, wildlife, and flora.
The lodge is an ideal base to explore: The Scottish Riviera.