Visit Rockcliffe and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Rockcliffe, Dumfries and Galloway. A quiet resort on the Rough Firth, Rockcliffe has small rocky and sandy bays, and a very mild climate. It is noted for its rock gardens.
Just North West of the village is the mote of mark, an ancient hill-fort, now the property of the National Trust for Scotland. Excavated in 1913, the finds suggest that its earliest occupation carried on into the Roman period, and that it was later occupied in the period A.D. 450—700. Among the many treasures brought to light by the excavations were many fine moulds for interlace-decorated brooches, Frankish and sub-Roman pottery, and South French or Mediterranean ware.
Nearby towns: Castle Douglas, Dalbeattie, Dumfries, Kirkcudbright
Nearby villages: Auchencairn, Bengairn, Bridge of Dee, Carsethorn, Colvend, Crossmichael, Dundrennan, East Barcloy, Gelston, Glencaple, Haugh of Urr, Kippford, Kirkbean, Kirkconnell, Kirkgunzeon, Mainsriddle, New Abbey, Old Bridge of Urr, Palnackie, Parton, Ringford, Tongland
Have you decided to visit Rockcliffe or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Rockcliffe bed and breakfast (a Rockcliffe B&B or Rockcliffe b and b)
- a Rockcliffe guesthouse
- a Rockcliffe hotel (or motel)
- a Rockcliffe self-catering establishment, or
- other Rockcliffe accommodation