Monthly Archives: December 2016

The local town.

At this time of year Kirkcudbright is looking beautiful in a different way.  The lights twinkle in the dark and the shops have their tinsel and trees on show.  The hussle and bussle of shoppers trotting around gathering Christmas gifts, rushing to the post office to send presents in time to reach their destination, with

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Christmas time.

Christmas time seems to have flown in this year.  12 months ago we were working to have the underfloor heating in situ in The Old Cheeseloft, before Christmas to dry, with plans to start works in early January.  Here we are, looking to welcome guests down to Ross Bay for a relaxing stay in our

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Winter is here!

The grass is going and the weather has turned.  Woolly sheep, hairy cattle and lots of hard work on the farm at this time of the year!  We always look forward to the Winter solstice, after the 21st December the days start getting longer again.  We will be planning to scan the sheep in January

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