Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Dumfries & Galloway
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Low Kirkbride Farm

About Our Farm

Low Kirkbride is a working organic farm set amid the beautiful rolling countryside of Dumfries & Galloway.

In the traditional 18th Century farmhouse our ensuite twin and double room are located. The house has an AGA, wood/coal-burning stove and is fully heated throughout to create a warm and homely atmosphere all year round. A full Scottish breakfast will set you up for the day ahead and tasty AGA home baking welcomes you after your busy day.

We have farmed at Low Kirkbride for 51 years, during which time the farm has changed. The Byre, where we used to milk 40 Holstein Friesian cows, has been converted into a lovely spacious self catering facility with category 1 full disabled access. Before we moved to Low Kirkbride, cheese used to be made on the farm. This outbuilding has been converted into the Cheese House and is now our family suite which is ideal for large groups and families, or those guests simply seeking a home from home. Open all year round.

Spring Lambs Summer View of Garden Winter View of Garden

The Belted Galloways and sheep, along with the beautiful scenery, can be viewed on our farm walk. The farm animals are very friendly and especially photogenic! We have 184 ewes, with the flock consisting of Jacobs, Berrichon du Cher, Suffolks, Wensleydales and Greyfaces. Between March and June guests are welcome to feed the pet lambs. The pedigree herd of Belted Galloways comprises of 14 cows and 39 young stock. This year we have a red Belted Galloway bull calf, aptly called Red Bull. We also have three ponies which live in the field immediately below the house and the stabling block. Our Khaki Campbell ducks enjoy the freedom of the farm. Fresh duck and hen eggs are available for breakfast.

Chicks Sheep Belties New Foal

Also see our Self Catering Accommodation