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After a march to the top of the hill.

Looking down from Meikle Ross to the bay, farm steading and cottages.  Lovely summer sunshine.

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Grey Days.

We all have those grey days don’t we, where the weather is miserable, however here at Ross Bay there is always something to look at, good weather or bad.  It may be the boats bobbing about in the bay, the direction of the rain, the colour of the sea, or the waves crashing against the

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Threave Gardens, Castle Douglas.

We had a family day out to visit Threave Gardens at the weekend.  It was a lovely experience with many beautiful plants, shrubs, and garden areas to explore, while the sun shone.  A locally made ice cream was a must, as was a tour around the visitors shop, small plant centre and of course the

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Summer entertainment

There are lots of great local things to see and do in Kirkcudbright throughout the summer, why not go along to enjoy the entertainment at the Scottish Nights, or have a Kirkyard tour, or historic walk.  Don’t forget the Arts and Crafts Trail!!

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The Idle Tides Room.

One of 2 sitting rooms in The Old Cheeseloft – which we are calling The Idle Tides room. A Hybrid Dowling multi fuel burning stove in situ, view out to the sea, Stressless recliners ready to be positioned, and relax………………….

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The Old Cheeseloft opening 15th July 2016.

We are still busy at work on The Old Cheeseloft, but we are planning to open on the 15th July 2016! We now have live availability to take bookings from then onwards. Let’s hope we have some happy holidays ahead.

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Offers for guests staying at Ross Bay Retreat.

Now we are finding our feet a little, we have explored what, if any benefits we could offer our guests when they stay with us at Ross Bay, and working with some of the brilliant local businesses and visitor attractions we can currently offer:- – 20% off a weekly pass for the Cream O Galloway

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Ducks on the pond.

Our new duck pond which is now being enjoyed by the call ducks, aylesburys, and even the little but now bigger gosling.

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