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Roundhouse at Loch Doon

 
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Dalmellington

Loch Doon is the largest inland loch in Southern Scotland with spectacular scenery. Here you will find the fabulous Roundhouse at Loch Doon.

The Loch  is approximately 5 miles in length and 1 mile at it’s widest point. It nestles in the Galloway hills with stunning views of the Rhinns Of Kells.

Here you will find The Roundhouse at Loch Doon Cafe and Osprey Lounge.

An absolute “must stop” not just for a welcome cuppa and snack but for magnificent views and of course the Wonderful Ospreys who breed nearby.

They can be viewed from the Osprey Lounge and the owner will be only too happy to tell you anything he can about these wonderful birds.

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The Dam
Loch Doon
Dalmellington
KA6 7QE

01292 550728

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Loch Doon
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