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Thank you for visiting our website and we hope to have an opportunity of welcoming you to our home in the not too distant future. Our detached bungalow has two letting bedrooms available - both with double beds, but a single bed can be added to one room to form a family room. Guests have the exclusive use of a separate shower room and guests lounge with sky TV and also a breakfast room overlooking the gardens. There is ample private parking within the extensive grounds.


We are only a short drive from Wigtown - Scotlands's National Book Town, the picturesque harbours of Port William, Garlieston and the Isle of Whithorn. Whithorn itself is reputed to be the historical centre of Christianity in Scotland with its links to St Ninian and an award winning Visitor Centre, Archeological Dig, and nearby St Ninian's Cave.


This peninsula often avoids the rainfall which more inland areas suffer from and our south facing coasts have some spectacular sunsets. Leisure activities available locally include golf, walking, cycling, photography, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, bird watching, sailing and even tank driving!

Galloway has recently been designated the UK's first Dark Sky Park - one of the best places in the world to observe the night sky. There is a local astronomy centre based near Whithorn with a link on the following page.


Our tariff is 25 - 30 per person per night including full Scottish cooked breakfast and booking enquiries can be made by phone or by email by clicking this link  EMAIL  




















DG8 9QA  tel 01988 840236


Surrounded by rolling countryside in this quiet corner of Dumfries and Galloway our family home is the ideal base to relax,

unwind and enjoy the timeless beauty of this quiet and unspoilt peninsula in the South West of Scotland

                                                                                    Webmaster: Eric Lucas