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Cafe at Clatteringshaws

 
Cafes and Tea Rooms
Galloway Forest Park

We are open all year round and we are dog friendly.

Here at Café at Clatteringshaws, we offer freshly prepared café fayre and daily specials.

Come and try the  homemade soup, cakes, tray bakes and freshly prepared cherry and almond, fruit or cheese with a hint of chilli scones.

We also support local crafters and artistes by displaying their goods in the café

The café overlooks the tranquil Clatteringshaws Loch.

A haven for birds and wild life and boasts stunning views to the rolling Galloway Hills.

While your here why not visit the red deer range, the otter pool or come and see the wild goats!

All just a short distance from the Café at Clatteringshaws.

You’re sure to be an instant hit with the wildlife if you ask our staff for some carrots to feed the deer!

On a clear day, look out for the mighty Merrick, the highest hill in the Southern Uplands. Soak up the stunning views or meander beside the loch to the historic Bruce’s Stone. One of two stones dedicated to the Scottish king in the Forest Park.

This is also one of the best places to enjoy the night sky – the visitor centre overlooks the darkest part of the Forest Park, which ensures a particularly dramatic stellar show.

 

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Clatteringshaws Loch
New Galloway
Galloway Forest Park
DG7 3SQ

07946 258104

Opening Hours

Monday:
10:00 – 16:00
Tuesday:
10:00 – 16:00
Wednesday:
10:00 – 16:00
Thursday:
10:00 – 16:00
Friday:
10:00 – 16:00
Saturday:
10:00 – 16:00
Sunday:
10:00 – 16:0

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Clatteringshaws Loch
New Galloway
Galloway Forest Park
DG7 3SQ

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