Riverview Park, Kippford, Near Rockcliffe, Dumfries & Galloway
Sleeps: 4 (2 rooms - 1 double + 1 twin).
Long distance sea views.
Cosy wood burning stove.
Large deck and covered balcony.
Parking for 2 cars.
Spacious lawned gardens and wooded setting.
Dogs welcome (by arrangement).
From £360 pw. (£12.86 pppn) to £580 pw. (£20.71 pppn).
Includes: Beds made up on arrival, welcome pack, electric, all towels, bedding and linens.
Short breaks: 3 or 4 nights from £225 - October to May.
June to September - full week bookings only.
Tent pitch (only with lodge booking) £10 per night: June to September.
Dogs: £20 per week and £15 per short break.
For further details please contact:
Carole, by email using the button below,
or on 01556 620141 or 0759 0427957.
Reload this mapA charming cedar cabin within a small development in a delightful rural wooded setting, a haven for birds and wildlife. Spectacular views over the Urr estuary, three beaches close-by and easy walking distance to Kippford, a historic boat building village with two excellent Inns.
This picturesque sailing village is on the Solway Coast (known as 'The Scottish Riviera') in a National Scenic Area in Dumfries & Galloway, home of the only Dark Skies Park in the UK. The quaint Victorian seaside village of Rockcliffe is a 30 min walk along the famous Jubilee Path.
Photo: View South down the estuary from the balcony.
The lodge has a homestead style covered balcony and spacious deck area with panoramic views - from the sea, yacht moorings, Glen Isle, forests and Screel, to the historic fishing village of Palnackie. It's the perfect place to relax, take in the view, watch the birds and wildlife (including iconic Red Squirrels), stargaze, chill-out or entertain.
From the balcony double doors open into both the open plan living area and double bedroom.
Constructed of real cedar the lodge has wood paneled walls 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 interior.
The living area features 'Fisherman's' style lanterns, English leather sofa, comfy armchairs and sea-grass rugs over an 'Antique Oak' easy-clean laminate floor. The country theme continues with damasks and botanical prints, tartan throws and cushions. The locally crafted wood-burning stove with slate hearth completes the cosiness of this rural retreat.
Photo above: Cosy living area with log burning stove and french doors to the balcony and deck.
The kitchen area has modern fitted units with panel effect cabinet doors, birch woodblock laminate worktops and open shelves that are in keeping with the country look.
The main bedroom has a metal double bed frame, antique pine linen press with willow storage baskets, painted bedside tables, turned oak bedside lamps and checked curtains. Bedlinens are florals and stripes with a patchwork vintage style quilt.
Photo above: Double room with stunning views of the estuary and across to Screel.
The twin bedroom features a stripped pine floor, checked curtains and twin beds with country style bedding and cosy quilts. There is also a fitted wardrobe, painted bedside table and book shelf, rag rugs and an antique Irish rush seat chair.
Photo above: The snug twin room has vintage style quilts and a stripped pine floor.
Both rooms are snug, comfy and warm: with electric heating, both natural feather and hollo-fibre pillows, luxury mattress toppers, embroidered cushions and tartan throws. Extra blankets are provided.
The lodge is equipped with:
Please note: If any members of your party have mobility issues please call us to discuss the access to the lodge. As it is reached by several steps it is currently unsuitable for those who need wheelchair access.
- Wood-burning stove (first basket of wood and kindling included).
- Sky Freeview wall mounted flat screen TV.
- DVD player.
- Library of films, games, jigsaws and novels.
- Fridge, electric hob, fan-assisted multi-function convection oven, hob extractor and microwave.
- Breakfast bar.
- On-demand hot water.
- Bath with electric shower over.
- Chrome, eco friendly, electric heated towel rail in bathroom.
- Complementary toiletries from Arran Aromatics.
- Thermostatically controlled electric heating in both bedrooms.
- Washing machine, iron, ironing board and washing basket.
- Out-door furniture.
- Wi-fi is provided at no extra charge (however a fair usage policy is applied by the provider). The broadband speed achieved is dictated by the provider, rural location and line capability, so are outside our control - we do not accept responsibility for its speed or reliability.
The lodge is close to attractions to keep all ages happy
Riverview Lodge is the ideal base for most types of holiday. It is within a 5 minute drive of three beaches: Kippford, Rockcliffe and Sandyhills, situated on the Solway Coast Heritage Trail and handy for the Galloway Tourist Route and the Burns Heritage Trail. Within a 40 mins drive from the lodge you can enjoy:
Riverview Lodge is the ideal choice if you are looking for a rural retreat to relax with sea views, a charming lodge with visiting local wildlife or a well-situated base for an action packed holiday.
- Birding: 2 x RSPB reserves and 1 x WWT reserve.
- Wildlife and nature: 5 x Scottish Wildlife Trust Reserves.
- History: 6 x Castles and several historic monuments.
- Mountain biking: 3 x 7Stanes trails Dalbeattie trail head is only 4mins away.
- Fishing: The Nith is one of Scotland's most productive salmon & sea trout rivers.
- Festivals & Events: Spring Fling, Savour the Flavours, Wickerman & Wild Seasons.
- Sailing: Kippford, Kirkcudbright and Loch Ken.
- Garden visits: 6 x Gardens and several specialist nurseries (For the real garden enthusiast Logan Botanic Garden is slightly further a field).
- Wildlife watching: Ospreys at Wigtown and Threave. Red Squirrels.
- Themed towns: Food Town, Artists Town and Book Town.
- Museums: 12 x general and specialist museums with more slightly further a field.
- National Trust properties: Rockcliffe, Threave Estate and Broughton House.
- Walking: Coastal Paths, beach strolls, town trails, forest tracks, hill hikes.
- Tourist attractions: Mabie Farm Park, Cocoa Bean Factory, Cream o' Galloway, Dark Skies Park, Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park and Laggan Outdoor Centre.
- Golf: 1 Championship Links courses, 7 x 18 hole courses, 2 x 9 hole courses plus Tower Wood Golf Driving Range is only an 18 mins drive away.
- Horse riding: BHS approved Riding School at Barr End.
- Abbeys: Sweetheart and Dundrennan plus many noteworthy churches.