Cycling – quiet roads, gravel or forest tracks to full on mountain biking.
Kirkcudbright is at the very heart of one of the best cycling destinations on the planet. From epic routes to gentle adventures on coastal rides, rolling hills to dramatic upland glens. You have a passion, we have the dream location.
We are ideally placed for you to explore Dumfries and Galloway and within easy reach of Glentrool, Kirroughtree and Dalbeattie trails.
17 en suite quiet rooms of the highest quality – fine dining, the best post ride food – the Bistro for casual dining – safe, lockable bike storage – wrench and tune area with washdown and lube facilities
We partner with Esther & Warren owners of Galloway Cycling Holidays to help you plan your stay in Dumfries and Galloway. Custom routes for you to follow or book them to guide your group to get the most of your stay. Local history, natural history, the best beaches and where to stop for the best coffee and cake.
What they can do for you – a custom tour or plan your weekend. Book on their SOUTH COAST 200 and start at the Mull of Galloway to ride back to the border with England. You want a base, then stay at our Kirkcudbright Hub here at the Selkirk Arms. Each day you get to pick your ride 10, 20, 30 or more miles right up to century challenges. You get a detailed cue sheet, a route map, gps files or a free smartphone App.
Train like a pro or take the day off to enjoy the Artist Town. Want to start making a plan? Take a look at our COAST and UPLAND ride galleries, sit down and take a look at a couple of short films. You want to talk bikes, get on contact HERE.
Let Esther and Warren from Galloway Cycling Holidays take care of you.
Discover at your own pace ?
Just want to bring your bike and make your base here and take to the quiet open roads ? Then we'll help you discover some of our glorious highways and byways - why not follow Hotel Proprietor Chris Walker on STRAVA and take a look at some of his local routes from 8, 15, 20, 30 + circuits https://www.strava.com/athletes/6068659
Read Chris’s cycling blog at https://cycleblogspot.wordpress.com