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All reviewshonesty barrooms are beautifully decoratedpeaceful staybiscuit tinlovely settingnothing is too much troubleplaces to visitbreakfast was amazingbay windowbreakfast choicesset you up for the dayb and bexcellent facilitiesnight stayno hesitation in recommendinghome from homecooked to perfection
Stayed here on 16/06/18,service was 5 star.The room was large and had everything you could wish for,Jackie is a great host and the breakfast was fantastic, very generous and very high quality.
Some of the so called top hotels should come to the Fludha to...More
We booked Fludha at short notice and could not have been made more welcome. The room was large and had everything we needed. Jackie welcomed us and gave us good advice about what to see and do in Kirkcudbright. The overnight stay was very relaxing...More
Stayed 1 night, visiting friends nearby. We loved everything about our stay. The house and grounds are lovely and well maintained. We stayed in room 5, an upstairs room with super views from the bay window and the decor was light and bright. We appreciated...More
Delightful accommodation with lovely grounds and views. The friendly hostess Jackie clearly wants you to enjoy your stay.The most generous ( and extensive) breakfast we've ever come across - didn't need to eat for the rest of the day! Would definitely return.
Happy 50th to me, Happy 50th to me, Happy 50th dear Janny, Happy 50th to me! Fantastic stay, with a fantastic host Jackie, nothing is too much trouble and it’s 5 star all the way, don’t look anywhere else, get yourself booked in, you won’t...More
I believe it’s in the region of £100 per night, but you’d have to speak to Jackie the proprietor. It’s worth every penny though for the whole experience. 31 miles, to Wigtown, from Kirkcudbright, but not sure how long it’d... More
I believe it’s in the region of £100 per night, but you’d have to speak to Jackie the proprietor. It’s worth every penny though for the whole experience. 31 miles, to Wigtown, from Kirkcudbright, but not sure how long it’d take on the A75.
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"Room 5 is large and has wonderful view but no bath. If a bath is important go for the fantastic double ended..."