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Guidebook for Kippford

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Guidebook for Kippford

Food Scene
An authentic taste of Italy with a lovely atmosphere and friendly service.
Luigi's Restaurant
3 Maxwell St
An authentic taste of Italy with a lovely atmosphere and friendly service.
This restaurant showcases some of the best produce from Dumfries and Galloway using ancient, classic and modern cooking techniques.
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Mr Pook's Kitchen
38 King St
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This restaurant showcases some of the best produce from Dumfries and Galloway using ancient, classic and modern cooking techniques.
Only 5 minutes walk from Roughfirth, this is a stylish tea room serving delicious snacks overlooking the estuary.
The Ark
Only 5 minutes walk from Roughfirth, this is a stylish tea room serving delicious snacks overlooking the estuary.
Shopping
Castle Douglas is an 18th-century market town that is also a designated Food Town with lots of local produce. There are around 50 local businesses in and around Castle Douglas that either produce or sell quality food and drink. The town has many independent shops selling a great variety of goods in addition to food.
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Castle Douglas
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Castle Douglas is an 18th-century market town that is also a designated Food Town with lots of local produce. There are around 50 local businesses in and around Castle Douglas that either produce or sell quality food and drink. The town has many independent shops selling a great variety of goods in addition to food.
Parks & Nature
Visitors get close firsthand experiences of these gregarious birds when they come in to spectacularly snatch food provided for them. The visitor centre provides all-weather, close-viewing of the action, together with more distant views of perched birds against the panoramic Galloway countryside. A fantastic experience. The centre and feeding station are open from 1 - 4pm daily, in summer (March to October) and 1 - 3pm, in winter. The feeding station is only 20 minutes drive from RSPB Scotland’s Ken-Dee Marshes Reserve and the towns of New Galloway and Castle Douglas.
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Red Kite Feeding Station
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Visitors get close firsthand experiences of these gregarious birds when they come in to spectacularly snatch food provided for them. The visitor centre provides all-weather, close-viewing of the action, together with more distant views of perched birds against the panoramic Galloway countryside. A fantastic experience. The centre and feeding station are open from 1 - 4pm daily, in summer (March to October) and 1 - 3pm, in winter. The feeding station is only 20 minutes drive from RSPB Scotland’s Ken-Dee Marshes Reserve and the towns of New Galloway and Castle Douglas.
Stretching from seashore to mountaintops, The Galloway Forest Park has an outstanding variety of wildlife. Red and Roe Deer thrive in this woodland park while mighty birds of prey patrol the skies. This natural sanctuary is, however, easily accessible as a result of three Forestry Commission visitor centres at Glentrool, Kirroughtree and Clatteringshaws, which receive around 150,000 visitors annually. Known affectionately as the "highlands of the lowlands", the Galloway Forest Park offers an endless assortment of things to see and do, to suit everyone, in some of the most breathtaking scenery Scotland has to offer.
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ギャロウェイ・フォレスト・パーク
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Stretching from seashore to mountaintops, The Galloway Forest Park has an outstanding variety of wildlife. Red and Roe Deer thrive in this woodland park while mighty birds of prey patrol the skies. This natural sanctuary is, however, easily accessible as a result of three Forestry Commission visitor centres at Glentrool, Kirroughtree and Clatteringshaws, which receive around 150,000 visitors annually. Known affectionately as the "highlands of the lowlands", the Galloway Forest Park offers an endless assortment of things to see and do, to suit everyone, in some of the most breathtaking scenery Scotland has to offer.
A rugged and beautiful destination offering open space and tranquil wildlife watching. Wander through wildflower meadows spotting orchids, butterflies and dragonflies, or see our winter migration spectacle.
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WWT Caerlaverock
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A rugged and beautiful destination offering open space and tranquil wildlife watching. Wander through wildflower meadows spotting orchids, butterflies and dragonflies, or see our winter migration spectacle.
Situated on the scenic north shore of the Solway coast, RSPB Mersehead is an extensive wetland and saltmarsh area, a haven for breeding waders, wintering waterfowl and year-round bird and wildlife-watching. Spring is particularly magical, when the wet meadows fill with lapwings and skylarks.
RSPB Mersehead
Situated on the scenic north shore of the Solway coast, RSPB Mersehead is an extensive wetland and saltmarsh area, a haven for breeding waders, wintering waterfowl and year-round bird and wildlife-watching. Spring is particularly magical, when the wet meadows fill with lapwings and skylarks.
Arts & Culture
Visit the simple sandstone house in Dumfries where Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet, spent the last years of his life.
Robert Burns House
Visit the simple sandstone house in Dumfries where Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet, spent the last years of his life.