Directions

Visiting: In addition to services open to the public, Kirkandrews Kirk is open from Easter to the end of September from 2 – 4pm every Sunday afternoon. If you’d like to go into the Kirk at any other time, please contact one of the trustees to arrange a visit.

Location: Kirkandrews Kirk is in postcode area DG6 4UB. Note that this postcode covers quite a wide area.

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From Borgue village, take the road uphill past Borgue Kirk, following the sign to Carrick. Continue for almost 2 miles, then turn left just before a small bridge. The turning to Kirkandrews has a No Through Road sign. Kirkandrews Kirk is on the left.

From Kirkcudbright, go over the bridge then turn left onto the B727 coast road to Borgue. In Borgue village, follow the directions from Borgue to Kirkandrews as above.

From the A75 from the Castle Douglas direction, at the top of the hill west of Twynholm, follow the signs to Borgue. In Borgue village, follow the directions from Borgue to Kirkandrews as above.

From the A75 from the Newton Stewart direction, take the A75 up the hill past Gatehouse of Fleet. At the top of the hill, turn right towards Borgue (opposite the turning to Gatehouse). [*] Turn right by a large farmhouse (signposted National Scenic Area), then take the next right (signposted to Carrick). Continue along this road for 4½ miles (after 3½ miles, you pass the Coo Palace – it looks like a fortified tower house but is in fact a disused dairy). Just after a small stone bridge, turn sharp right. Kirkandrews Kirk is on the left.

From Gatehouse of Fleet, take the road out of the town with the clock tower and the Murray Arms on your right. Go past the Cally Hotel. Cross the A75 then follow directions from [*] in the previous paragraph.

Parking is on the roadside. Space for vehicles is quite limited. Please do not park in areas marked as Private.

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