A large Victorian self-catering holiday home within a magnificent coastal position, Orroland Lodge offers inspiring views over the Solway Firth and Cumberland hills. This is a luxury property that sleeps 14 guests, and accommodates up to 27 people when combined with the two nearby self-catering cottages. The Lodge has a four star Visit Scotland rating and offers excellent standards of accommodation in private grounds that can be described as both beautiful and "Scotland in miniature" as Orroland has hills, a loch, and woodland within its grounds, and more than 200 miles of coastline nearby.
Elegant social rooms are ideal for relaxing and enjoying time together in comfort. The magnificent dining room sits 30 people, and when combined with the excellent catering partners and service providers that can be arranged through Orroland Lodge, a beautiful meal comes together.
For a group holiday, celebration or small personal wedding Orroland Lodge is the place to stay. Mingle around the sofas, eat well around the dining table, and step outside to take in the magnificent views.
The property is surrounded by landscaped grounds, with an abundance of private woodland paths leading down to both the beach and a loch. The beach has a private hut, whilst the loch has a pavilion and is suitable for both rowing and fishing. These areas are popular for picnics and BBQs, and whilst on holiday at Orroland you'll never have to leave the grounds to make the most of the stunning Scottish countryside.
Approached by nearly a mile of private road, Orroland Lodge is remote and peaceful. Impressive eagle statues guard the entrance and let you know you've arrived. The road winds through well maintained land used for grazing sheep and cattle. Amazing views catch the eye in all directions.
Once at the Lodge doors a holiday of charm and affection awaits. Many guests return year after year either for a family holiday or a special event such as birthdays, anniversaries or celebrations. When staying at Orroland Lodge fun, exploration, peace and privacy are guaranteed.
Orroland Lodge sleeps 14 guests in 7 bedrooms. There is 1 king bedded room with en-suite bathroom, 1 super-king (can be made up as twins) with en-suite bathroom and 5 twins.
In total there are 3 bathrooms and 3 shower rooms spread over two floors. Three of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, including the master bedroom. 3 bathrooms and 1 shower room walk-in enclosure are on the ground floor.
The house has large social areas and a dining room that seats 30 with ample elbow room. The tables are configurable, enabling you to set the room up just right for your party.
A spacious well-equipped kitchen awaits you with both an AGA cooker and an electric one, 2 dishwashers, microwave and a breakfast table. All the cooking and serving equipment needed for a party of 30 guests is provided. There is a separate bar with drinks fridge and a practical pantry for food storage with American-style fridge/freezer.
The large drawing room has an atmospheric open fire (with unlimited logs) and the space for 14 to comfortably enjoy it.
A pool table provides good indoor sport.
On Orroland estate there are an extra two self-catering cottages which can also be rented. Abbotsway Cottage sleeps 7 and Cutler's Lodge sleeps 6. The nearest of these properties is about ten minutes walk from Orroland Lodge, an easy distance for large groups to come together at the dinner table or around the Loch.
Each property is warm and welcoming, and offers excellent standards. They are dog and family friendly. More details, such as floor plans, can be found on the website.
Wedding Venue: Orroland Lodge is an ideal location for intimate weddings, catering for up to 30 guests. The licensed property provides religious, civil and humanist ceremonies, and the grounds are the perfect opportunity for creative wedding photography.
In the private grounds about 5-minutes' walk from the Lodge there is a landscaped loch with a pavilion for guests' use. Surrounded by garden features and follies, it is ideal for BBQs and picnics. Also a private beach hut lies on the shore below Orroland Lodge. It is accessed via a woodland path that winds down the cliff. In the bay there are large flat rocks for sunbathing and rock pools to explore.
Inside there is comfy seating for 30 guests at the dining room table. Orroland Lodge has excellent local catering partners and event supplies that will strive to fulfill your every need, whilst the spacious kitchen allows for a do-it-yourself approach to cooking.
For entertainment there is a pool table, Wi-Fi, a TV with DVD player and a radio and CD player.
All bed linen and towels are provided, as is unlimited central heating and logs for the fire.
Low Season: £1,980 per week
High Season: £3,800 per week
Christmas and New Year: £3,800 per week
Short breaks (2 nights) from £1,190 mid-week and £1,390 weekend.
Minimum stay: One night
Set within the stunning countryside of Dumfries & Galloway, guests at Orroland Lodge have access to a world of privacy and scenery stretching as far as the eye can see. Orroland Lodge is remote, blending into nature itself.
In the mildest corner of Scotland, the grounds around the Lodge showcase the brilliant beauty that Scotland has to offer. The quiet roads around Orroland Lodge are ideal for driving or walking through the rolling hills that are dotted with lochs and woods. There are dramatic walks through the forestry, and along the nearby coastal routes to the sandy beaches.
A short drive away there are a handful of friendly towns and villages with many fascinating things to see and do. From here guests to the area can take part in many adventure activities on both land and water, including aspects aimed at children such as playground attractions.
Kirkcudbright is the nearest town to Orroland. The town is rich in history, with castle ruins, museums, art galleries, independent shops, plenty of dining opportunities and excellent local produce. Every summer a tremendous program of entertainment comes to life. The Jazz festival, open-air Scottish nights, and massed pipe bands in front of MacLellan's Castle.
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Distances from Orroland:
- Kirkcudbright: 15 minutes
- Dalbeattie: 15 minutes
- Castle Douglas: 20 minutes
- Dumfries: 40 minutes
- Gretna/M74 motorway from the south: 1 hour
- Moffat/M74 motorway from the north: 1 hour