Dumfries and Galloway harbours a diverse range of landscapes for birdwatching, it is possible to reach excellent upland, woodland and wetland habitats all within a relatively small geographical area. However, autumn and winter are undoubtedly times when the wetlands and coastal marshes come into their own.
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Kirkennan Estate’s Posts from October - December 2020
Welcome to the blog for Kirkennan Estate Holiday Cottages. Here you can find blogs about local attractions and things to do, information about Kirkennan and much more. You can either browse by date or search for particular topics such as walks.
In February 2020 we took the advice of Zero Waste Scotland and replaced the old oil boiler in The Lodge holiday cottage with an Air Source Heat Pump. As we are all being encouraged to move away from fossil fuels to heat our homes we thought it would be useful to share our experience to help others decide if an ASHP is right for them.
Mark Williams is a professional foraging teacher based in Dumfries and Galloway who runs sessions on how to identify, collect and use wild foods. I joined a session he was running as part of the Wigtown Book Festival where we concentrated on the harvest available in late summer/early autumn along the shoreline.
A cozy holiday cottage in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway that can sleep 4 & 1 in 2 bedrooms. Ideal location for watching our red squirrels play!
A great place to relax and unwind - a detached holiday cottage set in a large enclosed garden overlooking Kirkennan's walled garden where our chickens roam.
An accessible holiday cottage sleeping 5 which is all on one level with a wet-room. Near our 14 acre woodland rich in wildlife.