David has a new toy, I have to say he is doing a good job of grass cutting and keeping everything tidy down here at Ross Bay Retreat…………Whilst he is keen to use it, let him, thats what I say!
A stay at Ross Bay Retreat can be all you make it………as quiet as you like, a little walk here, an amble there, mud skiing here, some stone skimming there. Watch the tide come and go, some boats go by, the cattle and sheep wander the fields, the deer pass by the window (and eat
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
Well I have to say this is one of our favourite views, looking down the lighthouse field, or so we call it, and overlooking Ross island. It is a little haven of contentment, peace and quiet. You really could be anywhere when you just look out to sea. A picnic overlooking the island is a
Why not explore all the local sandy beaches around Kirkcudbright (not our muddy Ross Bay)? There is Sandgreen, Carrick, Mossyard, Brighouse Bay, Dhoon Bay, and lots more. Our dogs certainly enjoy lying in the sunshine on the warm soft sand, would yours?
Our family recently had a trip for a birthday surprise to Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre which is only a short drive from Ross Bay. We had a great day, zip wire, archery, reverse steer jeep, clay pigeon shooting ending with a superb meal in the Basecamp café. Some wonderful family memories made, why don’t you