Selkirk Arms Hotel
3 days cycling with a 2 nights stay in the charming Selkirk Arms Hotel. Galloway Cycling Holidays work with the owner to get you the best deal.
The Selkirk Arms is renown for its warm welcome, its amazing food and great bars.
Chris, the owner, head-chef Ryan and front- desk Alister are avid cyclists themselves and have put everything in place to ensure you AND your bike are safe and happy.There is secure bike storage, lube, spanner and wash facilities along with laundry service if needed. You concentrate on having a great time.
Total package for 2 nights is £255 per person based on two people sharing, or £315 per person for a single occupancy room.
Extra nights rate £55 per person on a bed and breakfast basis for those sharing a twin or double and £85 per person for this in single occupancy rooms.
what you could see
The artists' town of Kirkcudbright with it's new Gallery housing part of the Viking Galloway Horde. MacLellan Castle. Cardoness Castle near Gatehouse of Fleet. Cally Palace and Cally Woods. Threave Castle and Gardens near Castle Douglas. Orchardton Tower near the old harbour of Palnackie. Dundrennan Abbey - the last place where Mary Queen of Scots stayed before she was shipped to England. Ancient Cup and Ring marks. Sandy beaches. Hidden bays. Weatherbeaten Cliffs of Balcarry Bay. Ice cream Factory and lots of places to stop for coffee & cake! and some of the best cycling roads in Scotland.
Check out the hotel: https://www.selkirkarmshotel.co.uk/
Buccleuch and Queensberry Arms Hotel
2 nights in the wonderful Buccleuch & Queensberry Arms Hotel and 3 days of the best cycling in Scotland .
The BQA is renown for its relaxed country house feel, and the amazing food.
Arthur, the owner is a cyclists AND knows what you and your bike need. There is secure bike storage, lube, spanner and wash facilities along with laundry service if needed.
Total package for 2 nights is £258 per person based on two people sharing, or £328 per person for a single occupancy room.
Extra nights rate £55 per person on a bed and breakfast basis for those sharing a twin or double and £84 per person for this in single occupancy rooms.
what you could see
Quirky Thornhill. Drumlanrig Castle (as featured in Outlander) and it's estate. Ride the beautiful Nith Valley. Visit the grave of the inventor of the modern pedal bike: Kirkpatrick MacMillan. Ride to Scotland's highest village and take a dram in the highest pub: Wanlockhead. Ride two of the most impressive passes: Mannock Pass and Delvin Pass. Visit Penpont, Moniaive and so many other quaint villages. Morton Castle, the most beautiful ruined castle in the area. It's highland riding with big skies and far horizons.
Check out the hotel : https://www.bqahotel.com/
Let us know which offer you would like.
Fancy both - Thornhill and Kirkcudbright?
Let's combine them and make a fantastic holiday out of that! Stay in both hotels and connect the two places with one fantastic day ride.
Also: See our Stewarty Route