In Dumfries & Galloway we like to have fun. And why not? We want you to feel good about, well, everything. So, whether it is high art or walking, food or jazz or books or kids or country and western or poetry or sailing or singing or Robert Burns or biking or running or rallying or mining or weaving or gardening or cycling or tree-felling or baking or growing or dancing or star-gazing or bird watching … there’s always something fun to do for everyone of any age.
First we visit Creetown and the award winning Gem Rock Museum
. Here we all enjoy the truly astonishing display of natural minerals in all shapes and sizes. We also visit the shop, lapidary exhibition, and cyber-cafe. (more…)
St Medan Golf Club at Monreith is Scotland`s most southerly golf course.
This 9 hole golf course on the shores of Luce Bay has a very special feature – there are 18 tees! (more…)
The Village of Glenluce is situated where the Rhins of Galloway meet the Machars of Galloway. Glenluce therefore makes an ideal base for touring both peninsulas. (more…)
Wander off the beaten track, high into the hills and rocky outcrops around Cairnsmore of Fleet and you will find five artworks by Matt Baker (more…)
One of the most attractive courses in the area, the course occupies a historic area around the attractive Kirk Loch. (more…)
Recently awarded an AA Rosette, Brodies offers light, airy, modern surroundings, and operates a coffee shop enviroment during the day, and a relaxed restaurant and wine bar at night.
This is a well laid out 9-hole golf course course on the outskirts of the food town of Castle Douglas. The greens and tees are well cared for and are a pleasure to play on. (more…)
Daffodils, rock plants, rhododendrons and flowering shrubs in woodland setting. Pond walk and sea views. (more…)
All generations enjoy a day out at the Gem Rock Museum in Creetown. Celebrate the earth’s treasures. The Gem Rock Museum is the leading museum of its kind in the U.K. (more…)
Currently probably the only working water-powered sawmill in Scotland. (more…)