Bed & Breakfast £100 per room, per night - minimum 2 night booking

You’ll be amazed at the animals, birds, flora and fauna to be discovered in and around the unspoilt, rolling countryside of Dumfries and Galloway. 

Some of Britain’s most spectacular and endangered species make their home here. Red squirrels and golden eagles find refuge in the quiet forests of the region and red kites have been successfully reintroduced here. There is a signposted Red Kite trail which will take you through spectacular scenery. There are also ospreys nesting in the region with visitor centres providing information and filmed footage of the nests of which the location is kept a closely-guarded secret. 

The long coastline of the Solway Firth is an ornithologist’s paradise, particularly in the winter months when thousands of wintering wildfowl and waders swoop into the local wetland areas. Whatever your reason for visiting the area, Grovewood House Bed and Breakfast offers the perfect base from which to explore it. 

Please contact us on 01387 880721 for further information or book your stay at Grovewood House, Kirkbean. Click here to email us.

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The RSPB Nature Reserve at Mersehead is a short distance from Grovewood House Bed and Breakfast in Kirkbean, south west Scotland

A red squirrel feeding in the Grovewood House garden.

Grovewood House bed and breakfast, Kirkbean, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
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Southerness lighthouse, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
The stunningly beautiful Solway Coast in Scotland, just a few miles from Grovewood House Guest House, Kirkbean, Scotland
The Beach at Sandyhills Bay, Dumfries and Galloway. Picture courtesy of Colin Smith