This beautiful Georgian property has been carefully restored to offer you modern luxury accommodation in the heart of Kirkcudbright's old town.
The focal point of Gladstone House is its beautiful and spacious first-floor drawing room; with its Georgian proportions and elegance, it is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy views of the high street and the extensive gardens at the rear. Modern comfort combines with the property's original charm providing a great place to stay while exploring the region. Each of the en suite bedrooms has a colour TV, a tea and coffee tray, as well as many other little extras to make your visit here special.
In the morning enjoy a quality Scottish breakfast with all the trimmings or one of the lighter options available. Where possible, all items are homemade including tasty bread, preserves and chutneys and locally sourced produce is used. After filling up on a delicious breakfast, the town centre and all its attractions is only a short walk away.
With its picturesque harbour, museum, gardens and art galleries, including the Tolbooth Gallery and the Town Hall which regularly hosts exhibitions, the Artists' Town of Kirkcudbright is a fantastic place to stay. The surrounding countryside is a real adventure playground, offering fantastic golf courses and the perfect spots to go birdwatching, walking, cycling or fishing.
Guests are encouraged to use all the facilities the property provides including its spacious and secluded gardens. Return visitors to Kirkcudbright will need no introduction to its many interests and attractions all of which are close by. The surrounding countryside of Kirkcudbrightshire offers the visitor golf, birdwatching, walking, cycling, gardens, photography, ancestral research, and fishing. One of Kirkcudbright's unique features is the full programme of events and festivals it organises which encompasses a Jazz Festival, Art Exhibitions, Art and Craft Trails, Scottish Evenings, and its annual Tattoo held against the backcloth of MacLellan's Castle.