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                     Upper Floor
          Looking towards harbour

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                     Upper Floor
          Looking towards Moat Brae

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                     Upper Floor
            Facing Castle & Moat Brae

 

HARBOUR COTTAGE GALLERY

Kirkcudbright

 

 

 

Hiring the Gallery
(click here for booking application form)

 

The Harbour Cottage Gallery is available for hire throughout the year except at times when it is booked for the gallery's annual exhibitions.

 

2019 now fully booked. Time to think about 2020.

 

The gallery has a charming, intimate atmosphere,enjoys a considerable amount of natural light and has also been  upgraded to a modern LED lighting system.

 

The windows on the east end of the gallery offer delightful views over Kirkcudbright's thriving harbour and those on the south wall look across to Maclellan's Castle and the mature chesnut trees on Moat Brae which is covered with daffodils in Spring.

 

The hanging space is on two floors, each carpeted and heated as necessary.

 

A system of hanging rods and hooks is installed throughout.

 

There is a telephone for emergency use only and the gallery now provides free WiFi access (code will be provided on request). The provided card terminal (chip & pin plus contactless) is connected by WiFi. Exhibitors have free use of WiFi..

 

The gallery is normally let for periods of 14 days for the whole gallery.

Preference will be given to 14 day bookings but consideration will be given to 7 day bookings and bookings for either the upper floor or ground floor spaces separately.

 

Hirers will have access to the gallery from 9.00am on the first day, normally Sunday, which is usually used for setting up the exhibition.  The gallery must be vacated by 6.15pm, at the latest, on the last day of the exhibition to allow time for cleaning and any necessary maintenance before the next exhibition.


Exhibitions normally start on Mondays as indicated in the 'Programme' and close on Saturdays.


 

HIRE CHARGES as follows:


Hire Charges (Whole Gallery - Main Season)

14 day booking - £490.00

  7 day booking - £265.00

 

Hire Charges (Whole Gallery - Low Season : pre-Easter and from mid-October.

14 day booking - £390.00

  7 day booking - £215.00

 

Hire charges for booking either upper or ground floor only are available on request. (bookings@harbourcottagegallery.org.uk)

 

The hire charge includes hire of the designated parts of the gallery, electricity, public liability insurance, use/shared use of the kitchen and toilet facilities, use of the card machine and cleaning at the end of the exhibition. Although the use of the card machine is free transactions fees will apply - these are charges made to us by the card machine company and do not benefit the gallery in any way - the current charges are 51p for every debit transaction  and 3.6% of total credit card transactions.


 

Supervision of private exhibitions

This is the responsibility of the organisation or individual/s hiring the gallery.

 

To hire the gallery contact:   bookings@harbourcottagegallery.org.uk

 

 

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                     Upper Floor
                   Adjoining Wall

                        Upstairs
                      Downstairs

 

 

 

The 

Kirkcudbright

Harbour Cottage Trust

is a Scottish Charity

Registration Number SC 014415

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Ground Floor

Looking towards the harbour

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Ground Floor facing front door

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                    Ground Floor
         Looking towards front door

 

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            Ground Floor - by stairs

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                     Ground Floor
                Entering the Gallery

                                                                                                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                      

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