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.
Comfortable, traditional, popular pub, with great pub meals and views of the Solway at Kippford. (more…)
The Glenisle Inn at Palnackie where Sam and Victoria are waiting to welcome you is a friendly family run Inn and Restaurant. (more…)
Culzean Castle is on the Ayrshire Coast of South West Scotland between Turnberry and Ayr. This magnificent castle and country park is extremely popular with visitors staying in the towns and villages in the west of Dumfries & Galloway and is the nearest National Trust property to Stranraer and the Rhins of Galloway (more…)
Camplebridge Riding School has a selection of horses and ponies to suite all abilities of rider. (more…)
The restored Control Tower of the former WWII airfield at Dumfries, Scotland is the centerpiece of the Museum and is now a listed building. (more…)
Welcome to café cree. We have tried to incorporate all that we enjoy about informal dining into our café. (more…)
A wonderful homage to the brave First World War women who worked with dangerous explosives at this secret location.
Nearly twelve thousand female workers flocked to HM Factory Gretna to play a vital role during the First World War, releasing men to enlist for the front lines.
Women emigrated from all parts of the United Kingdom and further afield, determined to do their bit for the war effort.
Their efforts to produce thousands of tons of cordite was rewarded with excellent housing, leisure activities and a generous wage.
These dedicated ladies risked their lives working with these dangerous explosives and proved they were equal to performing tasks traditionally the preserve of men.. (more…)
Currently probably the only working water-powered sawmill in Scotland. (more…)
A fun day out for all the family, whatever the weather. (more…)
The Sun Kai is a long established, family run restaurant in Stranraer. Food is traditional Chinese. It is popular with visitors and locals alike and ranks highly on TripAdvisor
The Annan is about 35 miles long and most of it is available to the visiting angler. It runs from Moffat in the north to Annan on the Solway coast. It passes by Beattock, Wamphray, Johnstonebridge, Millhousebridge, Lockerbie, Lochmaben, Ecclefechan, Dalton and Brydekirk. (more…)
Popular pub with outside seating overlooking the Solway Firth at the Kippford estuary, and an extensive bar and restaurant area, with excellent food. (more…)
Colvend Golf Club is a testing 18 hole course with stunning views on the Solway Coast, close to Dalbeattie, Kippford and Rockcliffe. (more…)
‘A’ The Airts in Sanquhar is a community based arts centre and s the hub for the Upper Nithsdale Arts and Crafts Initiative. Since it opened in 2010 it has become an integral part of the local community offering a wide range of concerts, performances, exhibitions, craft groups and creative workshops. (more…)
The Clachan Inn, St John’s Town of Dalry; a cosy pub serving modern pub food and real ale. (more…)
Beautiful extensive grounds, 34 hectares, landscaped – mature rhododendrons, azaleas and many specimen trees. (more…)
The Ryan Centre is a 4-Star Leisure Centre under the Scottish Tourist Board’s Visitor Attraction Scheme. (more…)
Sawney Bean was believed to have been the last known cannibal in Britain and is understood to have lived with his family in a cave in South West Scotland. (more…)
The oldest working Theatre in Scotland.
The Theatre Royal was built in 1792 and has been in use for most of this time as either a Theatre or a Cinema. (more…)
A seaside walk in the Machars of Galloway
Rigg Bay near Garlieston to Cruggleton Castle (about 2 hours there and back). (more…)
Phil McMenemy of PMC Photography aims to capture this beauty and has spent many years building up a collection of Galloway images. (more…)
A family run Italian restaurant serving delicious, traditional Italian cuisine. (more…)
Henry`s Bay House Restaurant in Stranraer has magnificent sea views from its sun terrace overlooking Loch Ryan.
Renowned local chef John Henry took over Stranraer`s Bay House Restaurant in September 2014 from where he prepares locally sourced produce cooked freshly to order. John Henry is a well known chef in the Wigtownshire area and has been the chef behind several of our top restaurants over his career to date. (more…)
From Portpatrick there are excellent cliff paths in both directions, north and south. These offer a range of options for stunning walks with awesome scenery. (more…)
Set in beautiful country surrounding, with an outdoor park for all ages, and an indoor area for the under 8s.
More than 20 different ice cream flavours on offer. (more…)
Langholm Golf Course is a scenic 9 hole, par 70 course located above the town of Langholm in the Scottish Borders. No matter what hole you are on, the views are spectacular. (more…)
Poet Robert Burns was 29, in the prime of his life and at the peak of his powers, when he came to Ellisland Farm in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland (more…)
Bayview Nursery is within the walled garden of the Wigtown House Hotel (more…)
Classic cottage garden plants grown at Ellenbank are sent to keen gardeners and public gardens all over the UK and abroad.
Please use the links below to find your local church and service times. (more…)
Craigieknowes Golf Course near Kippford is a 9-hole, parkland par 3 course in excellent condition with challenging holes. Club selection is of great importance. (more…)
Thornhill, set in the picturesque Nith Valley saw the beginning of the transition of transport from legs to wheels. As you cycle the traffic free roads of Dumfries & Galloway, remember Kirkpatrick Macmillan, the man who had the vision to put the wheel and the pedal together and give us the bicycle.
Stir-it is a popular, locally owned cafe in Stranraer Town Centre. Home baking and home cooked lunches. Free Wifi,
Most visitors to Scotland associate the country with whisky, and tutored whisky tastings are available at BarendBar & Restaurant. (more…)
Lockerbie Road, Dumfries. 18-hole parkland golf course. Covered and floodlit driving range, bunker and pitching practice area and public putting green. (more…)
Enjoy coffee and cake while watching osprey chicks (subject to availability) using a telescope within the Round House Cafe on the shores of Loch Doon.
A nest is situated across the loch from the cafe for a pair of Osprey that have been frequenting Loch Doon for a few years, they had their first chicks here in 2014. The first of the birds arrived back at Loch Doon on the 8th April 2015. Two chicks were raised, both male in 2015. You can use a large scope at the cafe to watch the birds, or to view the Rhinns of Kells mountain range down the southeast side of the loch.
The John Paul Jones museum at Arbigland is situated in the grounds of Arbigland Estate near Kirkbean. (more…)
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland’s favourite son. (more…)
The Ken Bridge Hotel kitchen prides itself in providing chef created meals using local produce wherever possible. (more…)
The Belted Galloway in Newton Stewart is much more than a cafe. It is also a restaurant, bar, gift shop and am information centre for tourists. (more…)
Extensive wine list. Good value lunches and early evening menu. (more…)
Six beautiful Gardens of Galloway have collaborated to offer visitors a passport. The Gardens of Galloway on Scotland`s Garden Route offer reduced entry fees as detailed below. All the gardens are within a compact area making our corner of Galloway unique. Nowhere else in Scotland can you visit so many gardens with so little travel. (more…)
Threave’s spectacular gardens have been created over the years by students of the National Trust’s School of Practical Gardening. It was recently voted second in The Independent’s ’10 Best Gardens to Visit in the UK’. (more…)
Bruntis Loch is a real beauty spot near the Vistor Centre at Kirroughtree in Galloway Forest Park. The loch can be accessed by a short walk on a good surface. This short walk is one of many Galloway Forest Park walks andcan be done on its own or combined with a number of options for a longer walk. (more…)
If you are planning a classic car motoring holiday in the beautiful region of South West Scotland or just spending some time away with a few friends and fancy doing something really special then consider hiring one of our fantastic classic cars. (more…)
Craigieburn is a new garden reborn on an ancient site. A remarkable collection of plants, laid out in classic style over five acres. (more…)
Serving coffees, teas and light meals throughout the day. Delicious home baking. Situated beside picturesque Sweetheart Abbey. Well stocked craft and gift shop.
Buckland Plants is a small nursery in the beautiful and peaceful Galloway countryside, near Kirkcudbright. (more…)
This popular Indian restaurant is a favourite with locals and tourists in the town. (more…)
Caerlaverock Castle in Glencaple, near Dumfries is most unusual having a unique tri-angular ground plan. Caerlaverock Castle is one of the most popular castles and historic sites to visit in Dumfries & Galloway. (more…)
Families love visiting Dalton Pottery Art Cafe. All ages can paint a pot to take home in half an hour. (more…)
Dunskey Castle is a spectacular ruin on the cliff tops a short distance from Portpatrick
The castle can be reached by climbing a flight of steps to the cliff top above Portpatrick and following a good footpath for less than a quarter mile. (more…)
Baptist Union of Scotland
Please use the links below to find your local church and service times. (more…)
Based on an old Ministry of Defence arms storage facility used during World War 2, there are multiple authentic game zones offering you an action-packed day of paintball or lazer combat. (more…)
Lower Annandale Walking Festival
Join our walkers for a weekend of walks in and around Annan. Enjoy great views, coupled with fascinating archaeology and history interpreted by our knowledgeable guides.
T: 013873 80914
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Newton Stewart Walking Festival
Set in beautiful Galloway, the third annual walking festival includes strenuous walks on the highest hills in south-west Scotland, as a challenge to the dedicated hill-walker, and also gentle lowland explorations on which the walker can learn of the environment, past and present. On all walks we shall look at the wildlife and plants of the area.
T: 01671 402770
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Upper Nithsdale Walking Festival
Join fellow walkers in a weekend of walks and entertainment. Upper Nithsdale has a wild and remote landscape – you really feel like you are in the middle of nowhere and yet, it is very accessible. The scenery is beautiful and the people friendly.
T: 01659 50551
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Langholm Walking Festival
Enjoy a weekend in the hills and valleys around the picturesque town of Langholm, where you’ll receive a warm welcome.
T: 013873 80914
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Moffat Walking Festival
Enjoy an autumnal break in the stunning Moffat Hills with a warm welcome from locals and fellow walkers. Now in its fifth year, the walking festival team know how to help you make the most of your weekend.
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The Fullarton is a producing / receiving venue staffed entirely by volunteers. It was formerly known as the Lochside Theatre, Castle Douglas. (more…)
Galloway Heathers Garden Centre is close by the A75 in Minnigaff, Newton Stewart. It’s a great place to visit and they will be delighted to show you their products first hand. (more…)
Mark Frankland, Author, whose books, One Man’s Meat, and The Cull, were derived from agricultural crises which greatly affected the economy of Dumfries & Galloway. (more…)
Marrbury Smokehouse is situated near Glentrool where Vincent and Ruby Marr produce smoked salmon. They supply such prestigious clients as Rogano in Glasgow. The shop and bistro are at Carsluith on the A75 and here you can sample their outstanding produce. (more…)
A 9 hole golf course, on the outskirts of Dalbeattie, with wonderful views and wildlife. (more…)
It’s been a while (90 years in fact) but the re-awakening of Annandale Distillery means that fine Single Malt Scotch whisky begins to flow again from this historic Dumfries and Galloway distillery.
For those who enjoy ‘thinking whisky’ as much as ‘drinking whisky’, this is a sophisticated Whisky Academy (virtual and actual).
When Annandale Distillery originally opened in 1830, Annan was an established embarkation port for emigrant Scots. As a tribute to these intrepid souls, the ‘A’ of Annandale in the logo is in the image of a billowing sail.
This is a stunning new attraction in the region, with an outstanding coffee shop and gift shop. Tours of the distillery are available daily.
Luigi’s Restaurant, Dalbeattie, is a well reviewed, family Italian restaurant. (more…)
Galloway Cycling Holidays started out back in 2004 and was the idea of Robin Hogg who wanted to offer his customers a quality cycling holiday that combined his love of the area where the pedal cycle was invented with the very best experience of the cycling region of Dumfries and Galloway. (more…)
This restaurant and bar is owned by two local farmers and they really do use local produce where ever possible. (more…)
At The Crown Hotel the chefs are dedicated to utilising the abundance of fresh local produce available to them to create wonderfully tasty wholesome dishes. (more…)
Loch Ryan Leisure operate a fast RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) sailing from Portpatrick Harbour in South West Scotland. Charters are available ranging from 30 minutes up to a trip to Ailsa Craig, Belfast or even the Isle of Man. (more…)
Newton Stewart & District Angling Association was founded over 50 years ago to provide fishing for local anglers at an affordable price. (more…)
The Steamboat has already gained a great reputation for excellent hospitality and exceptional meals using the very best of local produce.
“Really friendly atmosphere, delicious food, good portion sizes too and reasonably priced. A hidden gem will definitely return, love to see in the summer”
The heritage of Dumfries and Galloway is rich and varied. We have the memories of St Ninian at Whithorn the founder of Christianity as well as the Tibetan Buddhist Monestary and Meditation Centre in Eskdalemuir. We have Drumlanrig Castle which houses one of Europe’s best art collections and is very much lived in and host to many tourist activities; in contrast to the ruins and history of Sweetheart Abbey, founded in 1273 by Lady Dervorgilla of Galloway in memory of her husband John Balliol, who founded Balliol College in Oxford; the ruins of Dundrennan Abbey, once host to Mary Queen of Scots, and those of Threave Castle, accessible only by boat, and the superb Threave House surrounded by the beauty of Threave Garden.
Dumfries & Galloway gave birth to some of the nations great scientists and inventors; James Clerk Maxwell, the famous physicist; The Reverend Henry Duncan – founder of the first Savings Bank in Ruthwell; Kirkpatrick Macmillan – inventor of the first bicycle. These are all remembered in museums in the region as is D & G’s contribution to World War 2 at the “Devil’s Porridge”.
Our art and literature are boundless; everyone knows of Robert Burns, but did you know that John Buchan’s Richard Hannay chased around the region in “The 39 Steps” and Dorothy L Sayers’ “Five Red Herrings” is set around the town of Kirkcudbright, which is well known as the artist’s town having housed many of the famous Glasgow school of artists.
We have internationally renowned potters, sculptors, artists and photographers who exhibit in the plethora of our museums and galleries. Much of our art is exhibited in natural beauty of our wonderful forested landscape. The celebration of this is the “Spring Fling” festival held every year.
Authentic traditional pub grub. Nice views of Loch Ken (more…)
The Smithy Tea Room and Gift Shop has a delightful riverside location in New Galloway within a lovely garden. The Gift Shop at The Smithy has a four star award from Visit Scotland and sells a selection of paintings toiletries, jewellery, handbags and books. Chutneys and other treats are also sold.
Works from local artists and crafters are on display around the tea room with many of the items being available for purchase.
The tea room is open daily from March to October. Home cooked foods and baking using local produce are available.
If your looking for a hot drink or a quick snack search no further than The Smithy Tea Room.
Get yourself a great coffee or a comforting cup of tea and enjoy our wonderful surroundings.
The Smithy specialises in home cooked food using fresh local produce made daily on site.
A great selection of home includes a variety of home made cakes, tray bakes, fruit and cheese scones.
The lunch menu has a selection of light snacks ranging from sandwiches, toasties, jacket potatoes and Panini’s all with a variety of fillings. All of our bread is sourced locally from ‘Corsons’ in Castle Douglas. And why not treat yourself to a portion of our fabulous home cooked chips, great with our freshly prepared burgers and homemade chutneys
Also on offer we have a range of salads made with our freshly picked, homegrown lettuce, our own home cooked ham, locally produced smoked salmon and local Scottish cheese and freshly laid eggs. Look out for our Daily Special Menu board featuring our homemade soups and quiche of the day.
Although we are unlicensed we are happy for you to bring your own for special occasions.
The inaugural running of the purpose built ‘spectator stage’ in a quarry near Dalbeattie was a huge hit with competitors and fans alike in 2013,2014 and this will return in 2015. (more…)
The Solway Books shop is located in the pretty harbour town of Kirkcudbright in South West Scotland, known as the Artist’s town and home of many talented artists past and present. (more…)
Gallie Craig on the Mull of Galloway is Scotland`s most southerly coffee house. And it will always be just that since the coffee house has a stunning and unique location right on the cliff edge not for from the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse. (more…)
Ecclefechan is famous for its tart and one of the most prominent figures of nineteenth century letters, Thomas Carlyle.
Really good pub food; comfortable seating; real ale and real chips! (more…)
This up to date twin screen cinema features stadium seating, air-conditioning, Dolby Stereo SR sound systems, full disabled facilities and free car parking.
The cinemas are open every evening, with afternoon screenings at weekends and during school holidays. (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…)
Our menus are based on good home Scottish cooking and plenty of it. (more…)
The Waterfront on the harbour side in Portpatrick offers the option of eating in their attractive restaurant, their intimate bar area or outside on the harbourside (more…)
D’nisi is a recently opened coffee shop in the main shopping street of Stranraer and looks out to the newly re-modelled Castle Square and the Castle of St John. (more…)
Newton Stewart Golf Course is a superb 18-hole parkland golf course with spectacular views from every hole. (more…)
The Mull of Galloway is Scotland`s most southerly point. We often refer to “The Mull” as Scotland`s Lands End. The Rhins Peninsula is a bit like a miniature Cornwall with its many villages, cliff top walks and stunning coastal scenery. The Mull of Galloway is much, much quieter than Cornwall and the parking is free! (more…)
Set in the beautiful Galloway countryside, Cream o’ Galloway is a visitor attraction on an organic dairy farm, and the home of the luxury ice cream enjoyed throughout the country.
With its adventure playground, nature trails, tearoom, garden, bicycle trails and special events, Cream o’ Galloway really does have something for everyone. (more…)
Warm welcome, good pub food, open fires and beer garden. (more…)
Mountain bike trails and art in the environment? You bet! Across the region, at Glentrool, Kirroughtree, Dalbeattie, Mabie, Ae, Glentress and Newcastleton forests, seven carved stones await you, created by (more…)
Portpatrick Golf Course, known as Dunskey is one of Scotland`s Top 100 Golf Courses. It is also one of the most spectacular golf courses in South West Scotland. (more…)
Offers a range of instructor-led water sports and land-based activities including; (more…)
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…)
The relaxing bar and restaurant provide an excellent venue for all types of social occasion, from informal bar lunches to intimate, candlelit dinners in the restaurant with its romantic atmosphere and outstanding view over the Galloway Hills. (more…)
Clatteringshaws Visitor Centre is on the shores of Clatteringshaws Loch near New Galloway. It is owned by the Forestry Commission and the cafe is run by Galloway Lodge Preserves. (more…)
The Coffee Bean cafe and pizzeria is situated opposite Stranraer`s Castle Square. A feature of the cafe is its outside seating so that, when weather permits you can watch the comings and goings and admire the castle and recently refurbished square.
Step back 150 million years and discover the giants who roamed the earth. Take a trip through the Dino Mine, hear stories and facts in the Dino Den, dig for fossils, have fun on our bouncy dinosaur and much moreA great day out for all the family! (more…)
The restaurant caters to a wide variety of tastes including local beef, lamb, seafood and vegetarian dishes. (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.
Stranraer Golf Course is another of Scotland`s Top 100 Courses and was the last course ever to be designed by James Baird. The 18th is called Braid`s Last.
The course is situated on the shores of Loch Ryan and offers exceptional views to Ailsa Craig, Arran and beyond. (more…)
Visit five star Logan Botanic Garden and discover plant treasures from the southern hemisphere – rarely seen in the UK. Situated at the south-western tip of Scotland, Logan Botanic Garden is unrivaled as the country’s most exotic garden. (more…)
Newly opened US style cafe in Dumfries. (more…)
Dumfries and County Golf Club is set very close to the centre of Dumfries and is bounded by the River Nith. The perfect setting for an enjoyable round of golf, this beautiful course is set in mainly flat parkland. (more…)
Wigtown and Bladnoch Golf Course is a 9 hole parkland golf course just half a mile from Wigtown – Scotland`s Book Town.
The course is set in lush parkland and has several quite tricky holes! (more…)
Sweetheart Abbey is on the eastern edge of the village of New Abbey, just 5 miles from Dumfries. Sweetheart Abbey is very photogenic. It is one of the main historical attractions for those on holiday in Dumfries & Galloway in South West Scotland. (more…)
The simple sandstone house in which Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet, spent the last years of his brilliant life. (more…)
Langholm on the banks of the River Esk is surrounded by rolling hills and offers many opportunities for walking. (more…)
Broom Farm Estate, Newbie, by Annan. Off B724. Complex comprises five fly only trout waters stocked with top quality rainbow, browns, golden, blues, tigers and brook trout. (more…)
We welcome people living locally and visitors from throughout the world. Reading Lasses bookshop and café is in Scotland’s National Book Town. (more…)
One of the most remote and isolated points on the line from Dumfries to Portpatrick, and later Stranraer, Loch Skerrow halt is accessible only via the trackbed from either Mossdale or Gatehouse Station. (more…)
Good food in a traditional pub. (more…)
The varied landscape of woodland, farmland. marsh and hill around Loch Ken makes it good kite habitat. (more…)
Dumfries House is one of Britain’s most beautiful stately homes with an outstanding collection of 18th Century Furniture including fine examples of the work of Thomas Chippendale. (more…)
Church Services in Dumfries and Galloway
The Scottish Episcopal Church
Please use the links below to find the location and times of services.
Directory of Churches in the Diocese of Glasgow
Dumfries – St John the Evangelist
Eastriggs- St John the Evangelist
Gatehouse of Fleet – St Mary’s
Gretna – All Saints
Kirkcudbright – Greyfriars
Lockerbie – All Saints
Moffat – St John the Evangelist
New Galloway – St Margaret
Portpatrick – St Ninian’s
Stranraer – St John the Evangelist
Discover Sanquhar’s world famous knitting tradition and the story fo the mines and miners of Sanquhar and Kirkconnel. (more…)
Seafood, steaks, pizza and pasta. Popular with families. (more…)
The Merrick is probably the best known and most popular of the Galloway Hills. (more…)
Not much is known about Saint Ninian, his story comes from the mists of time, but he is perhaps the most influential person in Scotland’s history. A fourth century missionary saint, he was the first to bring Christianity to Scotland (more…)
Newton Stewart is known as the ” Gateway to the Galloway Hills” The town is a great base for walkers and mountain bikers to explore the nearby Galloway Forest; the UK’s first Dark Sky Park and one of the world’s best spots for star-gazing. (more…)
New Galloway Golf Club is a delightful 9 hole golf course located in South West Scotland. (more…)
Makers of hand thrown domestic pottery richly decorated using traditional slipware techniques and lively bright designs, often based on birds and animals. (more…)
The Jewel in the Crown in Castle Douglas is a popular Indian restaurant, a favourite with locals and tourists in the town. (more…)
Enjoy the warm informal hospitality of our restaurant service provided in our
lounge bar where we serve a wide range of food from Light Bites to five course
The Craignelder offers a wide range of skillfully prepared classic dishes from their restaurant in Stranraer. A fine range of wines is also on offer all at good value prices. (more…)
Sitting on the quayside in the harbour village of the Isle of Whithorn, the Steam Packet has a reputation for excellent food, especially seafood, and award-winning real ales. Children and dogs are welcome.
In the heart of the Galloway Forest Park, near Loch Trool, is a stone. It marks the place of a battle that took place in the First War of Scottish Independence in March 1307. The man who led the Scottish troops was Robert the Bruce, recently made King Robert the first of Scotland after killing his only rival at Greyfriars Kirk in Dumfries. (more…)
Castle Douglas Art Gallery
A varied programme of temporary exhibitions, predominantly featuring the work of local art and craft groups, but also including touring exhibitions.
Open: All Year Tel- 01557 331643. (more…)
Visit prominent memorials to the great men of Galloway’s past. On Vinney (more…)
Dumfries and Galloway Golf Club is a welcoming club with a very good range of facilities. A full catering service and a superb dining room allows visitors to enjoy a hearty meal after, hopefully, an enjoyable round of golf. A well stocked bar with low prices ensures a convivial end to the day. For more information see Clubhouse Facilities. (more…)
Southerness Golf Course was designed by McKenzie Ross, and built in 1947. This is a true Championship Links course, measuring 6566 yards from the white tees and 6106 from the yellow tees. (more…)
A traditional plant nursery offering an interesting range of quality plants including alpines, perennials, shrubs, conifers, rhododendrons and basket and patio plants. (more…)
Galloway Lodge Preserves have been producing prize winning preserves, jam, mustard, marmalade and chutney for many years. (more…)
Long established and TRSS approved. Treks for complete beginners (all ages). Exciting hacks to beach for experienced. (more…)
Whithorn Art Gallery – Life’s Little Ironies is a venue for contemporary arts and crafts in the Southwest of Scotland which provides a showcase for local artists. (more…)
The Secret Story of the Solway; an amazing exhibition tells the story of 30,000 women and men who came to Eastriggs and Gretna to work in the greatest factory on earth during WW1 (more…)
The Visitor Centre is situated in the heart of the village of Wanlockhead, which is Scotland’s highest Village at 1531 ft./468.08 m. above sea level. (more…)
Opus is a vegetarian treat for those craving some greens. (more…)
The Potting Shed Bistro is set within Logan Botanic Gardens near Port Logan and, except for September, October and the second half of April the admission fee for the gardens requires to be paid to gain access to the Bistro. (more…)
Church of Scotland
Please use the links below to locate your local church and service times.
PRESBYTERY OF ANNANDALE AND ESKDALE
PRESBYTERY OF DUMFRIES AND KIRKCUDBRIGHT
PRESBYTERY OF WIGTOWN AND STRANRAER
Here, the land, sea and sky command respect and monuments to those lost at sea, in the air or on land are part of our landscape and townscape. (more…)
We offer friendly service with a carefully selected range of trees, shrubs, rhododendrons, clematis, herbaceous perennials and alpines. (more…)
18- holes pay and play links. Good fun and great value for all the family, ideal for seniors with easy walking, overlooking the Solway Firth to the Lake District hills with sea views from every fairway. (more…)
One of the most attractive courses in the area, the course occupies a historic area around the attractive Kirk Loch. (more…)
This upscale exotic restaurant offers authentic Indian food. (more…)
The Swallow Theatre is a restored and converted barn at Moss Park, Ravenstone, about three miles from Whithorn. It was purchased by Jill and David Sumner in 1990. (more…)
Solway Tours- GUIDED HISTORIC EXCURSIONS
Solway Tours offer individually tailored, chauffeur driven, guided historic excursions visiting some of the most important cultural sites in South West Scotland and beyond. (more…)
The Moffat Golf Club was founded in 1884. In 1904, Ben Sayers of North Berwick was invited to design the present 18-hole course. (more…)
James Clerk Maxwell laid the foundations of modern physics that were to provide Einstein and Heisenberg with Relativity and Quantum theory. Maxwell also produced the first ever colour photograph.
Family run cafe, serving healthy wholesome food in a relaxed and friendly enviroment. (more…)
Newly refurbished throughout, Little Italy ‘s atmosphere aims to be very much that of one of those rural restaurants tucked away in the rolling hills of Tuscany. Fortunately this taste of Italy is here in Dumfries. (more…)
Tasty Bites provides freshly filled sandwiches, baguettes, pannini etc
Located on the main road in the centre of the village of Port William.
Ae7 Bikes is a visitor centre which is based out on the Ae 7Stanes world famous mountain bike and downhill biking trails just north of Dumfries. Café / bike hire / bike parking / bikewash / maintenance / repair area / packed lunches. (more…)
Excellent food of a consistently high standard, the Masonic has been voted “Scotland’s Best Loved Pub” by the Daily Telegraph. (more…)
As you drive west along the A75 do not miss Creetown. The shortest of detours will introduce you to the work of one of Dumfries and Galloway’s best-loved and most unlikely artists, Hideo Furuta. (more…)
Del Amitri has won recognition from leading food critics in Scotland and has just been awarded its first AA Rosette. (more…)
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…)
Relax in the peaceful harbour village of Port William on the coast of Luce Bay in the Machars of Galloway. Port William is a haven for leisure craft as you gaze across the sea to the Isle of Man and Ireland. (more…)
Approved Riding School offering pony rides and lessons. (more…)
A spectacular drive through the Galloway Forest
From New Galloway, take the A713 towards Dalmellington and Ayr. This is a good road and passes through some lovely scenery. You may stop after a few miles to look at the medieval village of Polmaddy, and then the Heritage Centre at Carsphairn. (more…)
Mossburn is an animal welfare centre where a wide variety of farm, domestic and exotic animals find refuge. The large family of rabbits have their own village of Edinburrow. (more…)
A beautiful 18 hole links course, designed by James Braid, on the Scottish side of the Solway Firth. (more…)
Picnic by the Otter Pool, Wood of Cree Nature Reserve.
The Wood of Cree is the largest ancient wood in southern Scotland and an
ideal spot for a picnic. (more…)
Award winning Visitor Centre telling story of connections between Robert Burns and the town of Dumfries. (more…)
Scotland’s newest and most exciting contemporary performance and meeting space in the heart of the Glenkens community. (more…)
Coffee shop, café, restaurant, serving breakfast and lunches in the High Street of Gatehouse of Fleet featuring their own Galloway Lodge Preserves. (more…)
Wigtown Bay Local Nature Reserve is the largest LNR in Britain. (more…)
Glenquicken Farm Trout Fishery, a 4.5 acre lochan situated amongst magnificent scenery in the shadow of Cairnsmore of Fleet, Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway. (more…)
A hidden gem in a tranquil rural setting only 2 miles from the motorway network
The ideal place to relax, read the papers, enjoy fine coffees and speciality teas. (more…)
Established in 1610, The Globe Inn, Dumfries has long been associated with Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet. (more…)
Glenwhan Gardens are described as one of the best newly created gardens in recent times. It is hard to believe just over thirty years ago there existed only bog, rushes and gorse. Glenwhan Gardens is a Visit Scotland 4 star garden and RHS partner garden.
The menu changes daily and all dishes are made in their own kitchens featuring, wherever possible, locally sourced Scottish ingredients. (more…)
A series of novels based in Galloway is currently on its way to becoming a best seller. (more…)
Founded in 1967 the Centre is located in a peaceful valley on the banks of the river Esk in Scotland. Kagyu Samye Ling was the first Tibetan Buddhist Centre to have been established in the West.
Located in a peaceful valley on the banks of the river Esk in Scotland, Kagyu Samye Ling was the first Tibetan Buddhist Centre to have been established in the West. It is a centre for wisdom and learning within the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and is open to people of all faiths and none. Visitors are welcome to go for day visits, short stays or to participate in their meditation retreats and courses available throughout the year.
This fantastic creation can be visited any time and you can wander, at will, but please observe their meditation and prayer times when going into the Temple itself.
A Tibetan Tea/Coffee shop offers drinks and snacks and there is a Craft/Book shop as well.
The Clansman is an excellent restaurant, serving delicious, freshly prepared dishes and is fantastic value for money. (more…)
After perusing the shops in Castle Douglas head out to Balcary Point via Auchencairn, park just past the Balcary Bay Hotel and enjoy stunning coastal scenery on an energetic walk. (more…)
The Mount Stewart has a lofty position which makes for great sea and village views if the weather is good enough for you to sit on the decking or if you manage to get a window seat indoors. (more…)
Situated in the Galloway Hills with lovely scenic hacks and trecks. Lochhill Equestrian Centre near Ringford, Castle Douglas offers a wide range of equestrian services for all abilities. (more…)
The Crown Hotel Restaurant in Portpatrick is situated right on the harbourside. It has a large conservatory restaurant to the rear for more formal dining. Meals are also served in the large bar and at the outside tables which have awesome views of the harbour. (more…)
The Mariners is a Coffee shop with character located centrally in Drummore. Breakfast, tea & coffee, snacks and evening meal by prior booking only. Outside tables are a sun trap.
Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park set in 27 acres of mixed woodland, is the wild animal conservation centre of southern Scotland. The Conservation Park is near Kirkcudbright. (more…)
“Good Food Guide” recommended. A seasonal blend of modern and traditional cooking using only fresh ingredients. (more…)
Induldge your sweet tooth and shop for the perfect take home presents (more…)
Situated in the centre of Langholm adjacent the A7 historic route from Carlisle to Edinburgh, A7 Motorcycles are Royal Enfield appointed dealers for Northern England and Scotland. (more…)
Art Gallery and Short Art Courses
MMV Art delivers high quality teaching and training. (more…)
Locally produced food, imaginative ‘city cafe’ menu in a lovely location overlooking the river. (more…)
Blackstone Garden Plants are situated just outside the picturesque village of Kippford, on the Solway Coast. (more…)
Find a great read in Scotland’s Book Town, investigate gruesome witch-drowning and Neolithic stone circles or enjoy a dram at Scotland’s most southerly distillery, nearby. (more…)
Cafe, Gift shop, Gallery and Antique Centre all rolled into one – a destination shop. Well worth a visit.
If you have never been to this part of Scotland before, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Dumfries and Galloway in southern Scotland has a wealth of wildlife and history waiting to be discovered. From the shores of the Solway Firth, through farmland and woodland to the high tops of the Galloway Hills. (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…)
Popular Tea Room in Sandhead. Open Wednesday – Sunday for light lunches, snacks and home baking
Handy for Ardwell Gardens or if you are enjoying the beach at Sandhead.
Fresh, flavoursome dishes are prepared from only the best local produce including award winning local Galloway Belted Cattle beef and Ayrshire lamb. The menu is therefore reviewed daily meaning there is an interesting and varied choice of dishes throughout the year. (more…)
Dumfries and Galloway has a wealth of wildlife and history waiting to be discovered. (more…)
The region’s art collection is stellar, one of the best in Scotland. Housed at Gracefield in Dumfries, rotating and themed exhibitions present the best in contemporary and twentieth century art. (more…)
The gentle slopes of Kirkcudbright Golf Course reward the golfer with magnificent panoramic views over the Galloway Hills and the Dee Estuary. (more…)
Lying on the Solway Firth, Caerlaverock embraces a vast stretch of sea, mudflats and “merse” (the local name for saltmarsh). It’s a remarkable location, with dramatic coastal scenery and a rich range of wildlife. (more…)
The Scottish Dark Sky Observatory occupies a fantastic hilltop site on the edge of the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park. This publicly accessible educational observatory has some of the darkest skies in the UK and two large telescopes through which to observe the night sky. (more…)
Brighouse Bay Golf course is a championship 18 hole course (6750yds – par 73) 6 miles south west of the artist’s town of Kirkcudbright on the Solway coast in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. (more…)
Solway Aviation Museum is home to a collection of aircraft, aviation artifacts and displays reflecting Britain’s position as a world leader in aircraft design and innovation at the dawn of the jet age. (more…)
The Mull of Galloway is the furthest south you can go and still be in Scotland. At the end of a narrow peninsula with stunning views in every direction, the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, the Lighthouse Exhibition, the RSPB Visitor Centre and the stunning Gallie Craig Coffee House comprise the Mull of Galloway Experience. (more…)
80 seater family restaurant. Waitress service. Extensive menu, children’s menu. (more…)
A substantial hotel, which has a comfortable bar and conservatory area where bar meals are served. (more…)
Dumfries and Galloway offers some of the best mountain biking venues in the World! (more…)
Cafe / Restaurant / Bistro in Palnackie, near Castle Douglas. (more…)
Thornhill is a picturesque village in Mid Nithsdale, Dumfries & Galloway. The golf club was established in 1893 as a 9 hole course and extended to 18 holes in 1979. (more…)
Sandhead is on the Luce Bay coast of the Rhins of Galloway and has a sandy beach several miles long. The beach at Sandhead is very popular with boat owners and is ideal for walking with or without a dog. (more…)
Beltie Books & Cafe opened in Wigtown, Scotland`s Book Town in 2013.
Enjoy a tasty range of teas and coffees while you browse their range of second-hand books. (more…)
A family run chocolate factory and visitor attraction. Come to the Cocoabean for a day full of fun for all the family. (more…)
The Bladnoch Inn, a traditional country inn set in the heart of the Machars, Dumfries and Galloway. (more…)
Galloway is a foragers paradise. Its mild, damp climate and wide variety of habitats offer the perfect growing conditions for all manner of delicious flora, fauna and fungi. (more…)
The Cinema – Newton Stewart
The Cinema is a Community resource and is run by a voluntary Board of Directors on a not for profit basis and relies on audience support for all our events. (more…)
Wigtownshire County Golf Course is another very popular golf course in South West Scotland.
The golf course is near Glenluce and one of the reasons for its popularity is that the course is mainly on very level ground. (more…)
Cross the threshold of Broughton House and enter the world of wellknown Scottish artist E A Hornel, one of the ‘Glasgow Boys’. (more…)
Situated on the banks of the River Bladnoch, the Distillery and Visitors Centre has one of the best Gift Shops in the area with examples of local crafts, good quality Scottish woollen goods and all at attractive prices. (more…)
Authentic Greek Restaurant featuring mezze nights with live entertainment. Chef, Nikos, comes from the beautiful island of crete. He has over 40 years of experience working on hotels and restaurants in Crete, cruise ships and the UK. (more…)
The Jewel in the Crown in Dumfries is a popular Indian restaurant, a favourite with locals and tourists in the town. (more…)
Gatehouse of Fleet Golf Course is a nine hole course in Dumfries & Galloway
Set in an idyllic location, there are some stunning views from the course of Wigtown Bay, the Clints of Dromore and the massif of Cairnsmore Fleet. (more…)
A great family day out in the peaceful surroundings of the Upper Annan Valley, surrounded by the Moffat Hills. (more…)
strEATery offers freshly cooked, locally sourced food from Sands of Luce Holiday Park on the near Sandhead. The Takeaway/cafe is owned and run by Kati & Ben from France & Germany
The cafe at Kirroughtee is within a magnificent purpose built Visitor Centre. The Visitor Centre at Kirroughtree in Galloway Forest park between Newton Stewart and Creetown was opened in 2014. (more…)
Award winning fish and chips restaurant, tea room and takeaway which gets very good reviews.
Weekly Street Market (more…)
Mill Plant Nursery near Moniaive is a small, but expanding perennial nursery based in a delightful rural setting, which also serves as a location for an artist’s teaching studio and gallery. (more…)
Small friendly nursery, beautifully located in the Annandale valley of Dumfries & Galloway, specialising in herbaceous perennials and shrubs. By appointment only. (more…)
Cafe/Tearoom at Thornhill golf course serving a range of delicious meals, snacks, teas and coffees. (more…)
The constantly changing range of crafts has been selected to offer a wide choice of high quality, original and handmade works with an emphasis on individuality and good value. (more…)
Elmlea is a small, family run nursery located in Old Minnigaff, specialising in herbaceous perennials and grasses. (more…)
The Central Cafe in Stranraer serves delicious coffee brewed from beans specially imported from Italy. The Central Cafe also cooks amazing fish & chips using freshly frozen fish which is fried in vegetable oil. (more…)
Visit the Castle on an Island – former home of Archibald ‘the Grim’ (more…)
A diverse range of films including foreign language films, low-budget independent films, documentaries, animation and short films. (more…)
Family fun farm, Dumfries
Large indoor soft play area with ball cannons, slides and other exciting features. (more…)
The Loch Ryan Coastal Path initially follows the shores of Loch Ryan from Stranraer to Cairnryan. The path then ascends into Glenapp and ends at Glenapp Church. (more…)
Crawick Multiverse is a major land restoration and art project in Dumfries & Galloway, utilising landscape art to transform a former open cast coal mine into an outdoor space that can be enjoyed by future generations. (more…)
Popular with locals and visitors, at Kingholm Quay, just outside Dumfries. (more…)
Come and see the world’s largest equine sculptures up close – and even go inside to marvel at the complexity and the engineering which created these fantastic pieces of art. (more…)
As you drive along the quiet roads of Dumfries & Galloway, over its elegant bridges that span rivers and valleys, even to the land’s end lighthouse on the Mull of Galloway, you will be in the presence of one of history’s greatest civil engineers, Thomas Telford. Famous for his extraordinary bridges, aqueducts, roads, canals and docks, Telford was born in Glendinning, Dumfriesshire in 1757.
Welcome to Galloway Angling – Rivers and lochs around Newton Stewart. (more…)
Campbell’s Restaurant is famed throughout South West Scotland for its fish and sea food dishes. Situated on Portpatrick sea front, Campbells Restaurant is family owned and run and is popular with locals and visitors alike. Wigtownshire Lamb and Galloway Beef are also specialities. (more…)
New Abbey is a village in Dumfries and Galloway, south-west Scotland. It is around 8 miles (13 km) south-west of Dumfries. The summit of the prominent hill Criffel is 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to the south. (more…)
Weaving land and sky together, huge free-standing arches built in Lochabriggs sandstone literally stride across the landscape, capping hills and offering dramatic lines of sight. (more…)
On the shores of Luce Bay in the Machars of Galloway, slightly to the north of Burrowhead (famed for the burning of The Wickerman) lies St Ninian`s Cave. (more…)
Take a day trip to the cosmopolitan city of Belfast to experience the wonderful hospitality, the shopping and the many museums and attractions from only £10 per person. Visit the Award Winning Titanic Centre! (more…)
Dumfries & Galloway’s heroes are not all kings and saints. Born in 1897 in Dunscore, in the picturesque Nith valley north of Dumfries, Jane Haining was eventually to die in Auschwitz in 1944. She became a missionary in Hungary and refused to abandon dozens of Jewish orphans in her care when the Nazis (more…)
Dunskey Gardens near Portpatrick has a charming, tranquil 18th century walled garden with plants both familiar and rare. (more…)
Extensive wetlands, saltmarsh and coastal area on the scenic north shore of Solway. Breeding waders, wintering waterfowl, year round bird and wildlife watching. Visitor Centre, wetland/coastal trails, hides and events. (more…)
Warm and friendly with a wood burning stove at its heart, and Gary & Lesley looking forward to welcoming you. (more…)
The Mull of Galloway Trail is 24 miles long. This spectacular trail runs from Stranraer to the Mull of Galloway, Scotland`s most southerly point. (more…)
Port Logan – is a delightful village in a sheltered and sandy bay on the west coast of the Rhins of Galloway. It is south of Portpatrick and just to the north of the Mull of Galloway – Scotland`s Lands End. Port Logan was the main location for the BBC series 2000 Acres of Sky (more…)
Tart n Tea is the cafe within the Mill on the Fleet in Gatehouse of Fleet. It has a delightful location with a terrace above the banks of the River Fleet. (more…)
Laggan Outdoor is a family owned and run activity centre near Gatehouse of Fleet in Dumfries & Galloway. Among its many attractions is one of the longest Zip Wires in Europe! NEW for 2015 – UK`s first Human Sling Shot – try it if you dare! (more…)
A fairly new trout fishery close to Dumfries. Lovely peaceful setting on a small loch. (more…)
A cauldron of creativity, The Galloway Forest Park is the site for many outstanding works of art in the environment. (more…)
Whithorn House Tea Room and Gallery was opened in December 2013 and is in a beautifully restored building dating back to 1840.
Whithorn House is described as a Victorian Tea Room and offers fine Loose Leaf Teas, (at least 28 varieties) breakfasts, light lunches and traditional cakes——–and coffee too. (more…)
Galloway Walking Holidays based in Castle Douglas provide a complete package for your walking holiday in South West Scotland
Dumfries and Galloway is blessed with some excellent smoke houses. Smoked food makes a wonderful and welcome present. You can have the produce delivered to your home.
The Galloway Smokehouse
Carsluith, Creetown, NEWTON STEWART, DG8 7DN
Tel: 01671 820354
St James Smokehouse
Award Winning Scottish Smoked Salmon has been freshly hand-crafted in our traditional smokehouse located in the Royal Burgh of AnnanTel: 01671 401402
Whitecairn, Bargrennan, NEWTON STEWART, DG8 6RW
Tel: 01671 840241
Supplier of Luxury Smoked Scottish Produce to the Elite in the Catering Industry and to Quality Retailers. 4* Speciality Attraction. Visitor Centre. Smokehouse Factory Shop. Restaurant open seasonally.
Daffodils, rock plants, rhododendrons and flowering shrubs in woodland setting. Pond walk and sea views are all on offer at Ardwell Gardens (more…)
We are gaining a growing reputation for our range of home-made pies, cakes, chutneys and other delights produced in our Farm Shop kitchen. (more…)
Logan fish pond is a fully restored Victorian fish larder in a unique setting at Port Logan near Stranraer. (more…)
Kilnford has been reborn. The old farmhouse and steading have been transformed from a sad dilapidated old farm, to a vibrant food hub that provides the very best local food that is available in Dumfries and Galloway. (more…)
We are open 7 days a week, 10am to 5.30pm.
Take a turn on the world’s only rotating boat lift, explore the Antonine Wall, or take a wander down the towpaths to The Kelpies. Or, if you’re determined to get your fix of fun on the wet stuff, take a tumble in one of our water walkerz. (more…)
Here you can learn to water ski or wakeboard or just mess around on a Ringo or Banana Boat. (more…)
Castle Kennedy Gardens is one of Scotland`s finest gardens. The gardens are a hidden treasure in South West Scotland – a perfect haven for relaxing and exploring. (more…)
Drumlanrig Castle and Country Estate offers everything for the walker and cyclist from short trails to more strenuous marked paths. (more…)
The Ark Gift Shop at Kippford – coastal and country style gifts with a touch of Scotland! (more…)
Torr Farm, an organic dairy farm is located at the head of Auchencairn Bay. (more…)
Since 1987 the garden has been replanted with a unique labelled collection of 3500 varieties, especially rare perennials and grasses. Parking, Toilets, Plant sales, local woodland walks. (more…)
The Port Pantry in Portpatrick is a coffee and gift shop selling probably the best coffee in Portpatrick. The Port Pantry is family owned and family run and makes a great choice for good home baking and home cooked light lunches at reasonable prices in a friendly setting. (more…)
The Big Dance in Gretna (more…)
Gorsebank Coarse and Trout Fishery, just off the A710 Coast Road is a day ticket fishery near Dalbeattie in a beautiful, peaceful valley on the edge of farmland and forest. Our 4 pools offer a variety of angling pursuits to suit all abilities. (more…)
Popular Cafe in Stranraer`s main shopping street. Coffee is highly recommended.
Light lunches are also served at this excellent Stranraer Cafe. Why not check out the Alexandra Cafe Stranraer next time you visit.
Described as “the most romantic garden” in this part of Scotland and, despite the endless process of development necessary to keep any garden fresh and interesting, has an air of timelessness and intimacy. (more…)
Crichton Golf Club in Dumfries is a mature 9 hole wooded parkland course laid out on the side of a hill with mature trees. (more…)
These historic gardens were created in 1740 by Lord Garlies and are still maintained according to his original plans as informal pleasure grounds where wild flowers and plants have their place beside more exotic cultivated species. (more…)
Monreith Animal Park is set in 12 acres of scenic countryside. Open daily from March to October.
Hot and cold drinks, crafts and gifts on sale.
Here, the land, sea and sky command respect and monuments to those lost at sea, in the air or on land are part of our landscape and townscape. (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 created in association with poet, Mary Smith. (more…)
The Blackhorse Hotel is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre of Newton Stewart. (more…)
On the harbour side at Isle of Whithorn, fresh seafood is a speciality. The Steam Packet Inn is famed throughout Wigtownshire for good food. (more…)
Under the wide sky, high on the moors of Dumfries & Galloway and in tombs in its ancient kirkyards lie The Covenanters. These religious people were persecuted for their beliefs by the Stuart Kings in the mid-seventeenth century. (more…)
Films showing, showtimes, location information and ticket prices on website. (more…)
Logan House Garden – an enchanting garden, dating from the 1870s and set in 20 acres. Logan House Garden houses a superb collection of plants from around the world. (more…)
Cardoness Castle is set in an imposing position above Gatehouse of Fleet. This six storey tower house is well preserved and dates back to the 15th century. (more…)
Lockerbie Golf Club, founded in 1890, is an 18 hole parkland course situated south of the Annandale Hills, with breathtaking views extending over the Lake District and west to Dumfries. (more…)
The Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust (CVCWT) has a vision of establishing a Forest Habitat Network from “source to sea” which incorporates a mosaic of native broadleaf woodland and other habitats. (more…)
Duncan, Dr Henry (1774 – 1846), led to the founding of a great banking movement.
If one were looking for a man out of Scotland’s past to serve as an object lesson for her present he wouldn’t be Burns, or even Robert Bruce. He would be someone like Henry Duncan … who typifies the Scots in one of his greatest epochs. (more…)
This is a very attractive 9 hole parkland golf course with good views over the surrounding countryside. (more…)
Established 32 years. Italian Mediterranean cuisine features authentic log oven. (more…)
Quintinshill, near Gretna, witnessed the worst railway disaster on 22 May 1915 (more…)
Aldouran Wetland Garden is a community run venture in the North Rhins of Galloway. There is a small community garden beside the entrance. Beyond this is the wetland where there is a bird hide. beyond the bird hide is a woodland walk. (more…)