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Marks Farm

B&B / Guest house
Rooms: 3
From £30.00 pppn
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  • Evening meals
  • Garden
  • Off-road parking
  • Open fire or stove
  • Property on farm
  • Short breaks
  • Wi-Fi


Set in the glorious Galloway countryside, surrounded by quiet lanes, hills and beaches the Marks extends you a warm welcome in the farmhouse which dates back to the 16th century. Reputedly the dower house for Kirkcudbright’s Maclellan’s Castle.

Idyllic base for golfing, walking, cycling and riding. B&B for horses. Riding holidays. Home cooking.

At a glance

  • Set in the glorious Galloway countryside
  • Peaceful surroundings and an idyllic base for golfing, walking, cycling and riding
  • The farmhouse, with log fires roaring in the Study and Drawing room
  • Cars are safely parked on the gravel drive at the front of the house
  • Bikes can be stored in one of the outbuildings.
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    Mrs Sheila Watson

    DG6 4XR

    01557 330854

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    "Mark Farm is a lovely place for a break. The House is cosy with welcoming fires and even more welcoming hosts in Sheila and Chris. The food is excellent - make sure you have plenty of room, as the portions are immense! A stay at the farm is a complete get away from it all. The farm is about 4-5 miles out of Kirkcudbright, so near enough to the town for people to sample all it has to offer, but far enough away that you can experience complete tranquillity and a complete break from light pollution! The bed was really comfortable and a good night was had by all."



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