Rockcliffe is a beautiful coastal landscape in the sheltered Urr estuary. A network of small paths running through a mosaic of woodland, meadow and heather-topped granite outcrops, offer walkers fantastic views out to Rough Island and the Solway.
Part of coastal path and other path networks
Area rich with wildlife including a good diversity of butterflies
Interesting birdwatching on Rough Firth in the winter
National Scenic Area
An island you can walk to
Stunning views from the Mote of Mark and the Muckle
A Dark Age fort
Garden, parklands or rural site
There are no all-ability paths on the property but it would be possible to take some wheelchairs along the first section of the Jubilee Path starting from the hotel gate. One allocated disabled parking space at Rockcliffe Beach car park. Interpretation boards easily accessible from both Rockcliffe car parks, but on a steep slope at Kippford.
The Ranger Service, Threave Estate