Selkirk Arms Hotel
It’s the gentle pace and peaceful atmosphere which perhaps moved Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns to write the famous Selkirk Grace at this very hotel back in 1794.
Selkirk Arms Hotel offers free Wi Fi throughout
Superb Local Food
Our bar lounge and Bistro are light and cosy, with a mix of comfy sofas and tables, made homely by a living flame fire with a simple attractive bar. Take your time to choose from our selection of fine beers, local hand pulled ales, and an impressive wine list, many of which are served by the glass.
We offer a selection of dishes, from a variety of styles and cuisine to produce a real choice, from local seafood, to a hearty Galloway steak, or a classic portion of fish and chips, whatever your taste buds are asking for.
In our newly refurbished restaurant we pride ourselves on unobtrusive service, the table is yours for the night, sit back relax and enjoy a more formal experience.
Open 6pm – 9pm.
There is a filling station, cash points and supermarket, along with local shops all in Kirkcudbright town centre, a short walking distance from the hotel.
Fantastic biking roads
With only a handful of motorways and trunk roads, Dumfries and Galloway is a motorcyclist's dream place to come and ride. From Kirkcudbright itself you'd really struggle to go wrong - take the A711 through Auchencairn and towards Dalbeattie, explore the magnificent Queens Road through Galloway Forest Park or simply just get off the beaten track and explore it for yourself.
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