The property has been a labour of love by the owners to convert and renovate it to the highest of standards providing excellent self-catering accommodation for six people. Digby Street is a quiet side road off the main street in the charming and popular bustling town of Gatehouse of Fleet.
The accommodation provides a large spacious open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room furnished and finished to an excellent standard. There is a seating area on the first floor landing which leads to master bedroom with ensuite shower room, and further double bedroom and bunk bedroom together with spacious family bathroom with Jack and Jill wash basins. The accommodation has been carefully modernised throughout to compliment the character of the property and you will find many pictures, books and objects from different parts of the world. In the local area you will find many exhibitions, festivals and performances throughout the year.
Gatehouse of Fleet has excellent facilities including a good range of pubs and hotels, mini markets and Heritage Sites such as the Mill on the Fleet and Cardoness Castle. There is direct access to attractive river and woodland walks from the town whilst those looking for more strenuous activities have easy access to hill walking and mountain biking in the Galloway Forest Park on the Forestry Commission 7Stanes Biking Routes. The local area also has many exhibitions, festivals and performances throughout the year.
Gatehouse of Fleet is ideally situated for exploring South West Scotland and had easy access to Solway Coast with its sandy beaches and cliff walks. Throughout the area there are numerous golf courses, opportunities for fishing and other water sports.
The properties at Mochrum Park are in an ideal position for walks through the park and along side the river Bladnoch where we have some of our Salmon fishing the location also makes an ideal base for exploring the region and all that it has to offer. The properties are comfortable for the whole family to enjoy a relaxing holiday whether it is a Spring break, summer holiday or a festive getaway that you are looking for.
We have owned the houses since 1986 and have built up a strong cliental that have been enjoying holidays at Mochrum Park for many years. The houses have just recently been upgraded and we are confident that your holiday with us in Galloway will be leave you feeling relaxed and with some fantastic memories.
Newton Stewart is about 6 miles away, which has a variety of shops such as Sainsbury’s, local bakery and local award winning butchers. Wigtown ‘Scotland’s National Booktown’ is about 5 miles away which boasts some unusual craft shops and bookshops. The properties are ideally located in an idyllic countryside location where there are plenty of lovely country walks and an abundance of village tearooms, craft shops a short drive away.
Overlooking Loch Trool in the heart of the beautiful Galloway Forest Dark Skies Park, The Buchan provides modern, comfortable accommodation for up to 8 people who enjoy getting away from it all and forgetting about the outside world. Set in a remote, stunning location and surrounded by hills and forests there are outstanding opportunities for walking and relaxation. Bird watching is exceptional and there are cycle tracks nearby. Fishing can be arranged through the Glentrool Visitor Centre, five miles away.
Converted from a farm to a hunting lodge in 1855 by the Earl of Galloway, this historic house offers life at a different pace. Its systems are entirely reliant on nature with its own hydro-electricity and separate water supply. It has full central heating and wood-burning stove. A large conservatory (with hot tub) allows you to relax and enjoy the spectacular views and wildlife whatever the weather. There is no television reception, but a small set is provided for those who wish to bring their own video or games. There is a payphone for those who fret at the loss of a mobile signal!
The house is surrounded by over two acres of private land with a small burn, woodland and pond. Beyond this is some of the finest oak forest in Scotland with trees up to 400 years old. Sheep graze nearby and wildlife predominates so dogs must be kept under strict control. The house and its surroundings can be enjoyed all year round but insect repellent is strongly advised in the summer!
The Bothy, has been formed from part of the original farm steading situated within our working family farmyard. This property has recently undergone a complete renovation and has been finished to a very high standard to provide luxury accommodaion. With open views to the sea, it is an ideal couples getaway!
We would love to welcome you to The Steading Cottage at Kirkmabreck which has been worked by our family for four generations, almost 100yrs. This recently renovated farm cottage sits in the heart of a busy working, upland farm which breeds native Black face Sheep and Galloway cattle, it is known as The Home of The White Galloway.
The Farm sits on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Wigtown Bay with panoramic views over the “Machars” and out to the Irish Sea and the Isle of Man. It is three miles outside Creetown and ideally placed for anyone wishing to explore this unspoilt coastline and hills.
This area has so much to offer visitors from the thrill seekers racing round the mountain bike tracks at Kirroughtree to those just wanting to sit back and enjoy the peace and quiet, admiring the daytime views and the night time dark skies, free from light pollution. We are also trying to do our bit for the environment and have our own wind turbine on the hillside generating electricity.
Spoutwells Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages are an ideal base from which to explore south west Scotland. They are situated one mile from Stranraer, which is situated beside Lochryan, and the villages of Portpatrick and Sandhead are all nearby. The ferry terminal at Cairnryan, from where the fast P & O // Stena ferries sail to Northern Ireland, is five miles north of Stranraer. Day trip to Befast and visit the Titanic Museum.
Spoutwells Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages are ideal if your interests are outdoor pursuits and activities or you simply wish time to relax. They offer the perfect base to explore Dumfries and Galloway. The cottages are set on a small farm which has a pedigree flock of Suffolk Sheep. Seasonal vegetables are also available from the owners’ garden. The Cottages are also convenient for access to the Rhins and the Mull of Galloway – with fine gardens, sea and loch fishing, five golf courses, and within easy reach of the fine beaches at Sandhead, New England Bay and Ardwell Bay.
The area has a good number of restaurants and pubs serving meals, and most use local produce in their menus. Spoutwells Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages is set in open countryside on the outskirts of Stranraer and conveniently situated for the Southern Upland Way, so is perfect for those who enjoy walking. There are excellent cycling routes in the area. Stranraer itself has a very good leisure centre with cinema/concert hall, fitness suites, sauna, gym and swimming pool.
Built in a traditional Galloway style, Cnoc Glass and Cnoc Doon are identical semi-detached cottages set within their own private, enclosed gardens on this family-run working farm.
The porches to the front of the cottages maximise the panoramic views over Wigtown Bay and the Galloway Hills allowing you to sit, relax and enjoy the view while the gardens also have outdoor seating and barbecues, perfect for a family get together.
Southfield House is a spacious Georgian townhouse in the centre of historic Wigtown,Scotland’s Book Town, in Dumfries and Galloway. Plenty of room for families and friends, this will become your home from home. Sleeps 7. Close to beaches, hills, parks and coastal walks. Great for cycling, walking, star gazing and relaxing.
Self-catering that feels like home is how we like to think about Southfield.
This spacious, three-bedroom Georgian townhouse is in the heart of Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town. Nearby there are sheltered sandy beaches, great days out for the kids, cycling, beautiful gardens and nurseries, excellent fishing, golfing and in the Galloway Forest Park, the UK’s first Dark Sky Park.
This is a fantastic house for families especially those travelling with an older generation. Downstairs there is a double en suite bedroom, newly refurbished large kitchen plus a comfortable sitting room with large screen tv. Upstairs a large double bedroom, a room with three singles for children and friends and a family bathroom, plus a second spacious and comfortable sitting room with large screen tv.
Wigtown’s location gives you easy access to the Galloway Hills, a variety of beaches, fantastic gardens, golf courses, mountain biking – one of the Seven Stanes courses is located nearby at Kirroughtree outside Newton Stewart. There are walks from the front door including one to the nearby bird hide overlooking the Wigtown Bay Nature Reserve and bookshops galore. Across the street is The Bookshop, recently the focus of Shaun Bythell’s critically acclaimed The Diary of a Bookseller. Famous for immortalising rude customers on his Facebook page, Shaun is really a nice guy – just don’t ask for a discount!
Relax in our large walled garden with different areas for the whole family. Read quietly in the sheltered courtyard as the swallows dart overhead; picnic at our purpose built table and benches; let the children escape safely to set up camp in the treehouse towards the end of the garden.
With a variety of beaches nearby, seal colonies close to hand and plentiful opportunities to watch sea otters and other wildlife this superb holiday home with its large enclosed garden and outlooks over Luce Bay is ideal for family holidays. There is a pebble beach across the road from the house, a small sandy beach is within easy walking distance as is a good pub. A further large sandy beach is available nearby at Monreith.
The immediate area adjoining is remote and unspoilt but with plentiful opportunities for exploring and outdoor pursuits. The property is practically on the South West Coastal 300 route too – a stunning drive just over 300 miles taking in our many miles of awesome coastline while you also have the opportunity to marvel at our hills, glens, forests and lochs. The town of Wigtown is within easy reach and hosts an annual Book Festival in September and other visitor attractions throughout the year. The town of Whithorn is also nearby and is the earliest known Christian Community. South West Scotland has a very mild climate due to the effect of the Gulf Stream which and there are several “exotic” gardens in the area which are open to the public and contain unexpected plant varieties for the area. Outdoor pursuits and activities include horse riding, golf, sailing and mountain biking which includes the 7Stanes Trails in the Galloway Forest Park (Britain’s first designated Dark Sky Park) and further afield at Dalbeatie, Mabie & Ae forests.
This former gamekeeper’s cottage, built in 1896, lies up a peaceful glen in the Galloway hills. Here you are away from traffic noise and street lights, and on a clear night see the stars.
The garden is a haven for birdlife and red squirrels . A short distance away are the many attractions of the area, with something to offer for all ages.
The tastefully modernised cottage has been refurbished to retain its original character and features, making it a comfortable family holiday home. It is approached from the Skyreburn road up a short track, through the field beside the cottage to a large fenced car parking area. The small Paradise burn is at the rear of the cottage, through a gate with a secure latch.
The beautiful Solway coast is just under three miles away, with superb beaches for swimming and watersports, and there are many golf courses to be enjoyed. Hill walking is on the doorstep and there are many hill lochs for fishing. Galloway Forest Park has the well known 7 stanes Mountain bike trails at Kirroughtree and is also a designated Dark Sky Park, while nearby Laggan Outdoor has one of the longest zipwires in Europe, and Cream of Galloway, makers of delicious ice cream, have an adventure playground for all ages among its many activities. Nearby Creetown, reached further up the Skyreburn road has the Gem Rock Museum.
Gatehouse of Fleet, 4 miles away, Kirkcudbright, the “artists’ town”, and Castle Douglas have excellent pubs and cafes, and are known for their food shops and galleries. There are also many interesting gardens and popular National Trust properties to visit.
Good home cooking can be collected from The Scottish Pantry Catering, King Street, Castle Douglas. Both Tesco and Majestic Wines deliver to Rowantree.
Rowan Cottage is a lovely terraced family house with a large enclosed garden. Cosy in winter and cool in the summer. In a convenient location it is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, pubs, golf course, bowling, and tennis court. Forest walks and beautiful sandy beaches are within easy reach.
The tourist town of Gatehouse of Fleet sits in the centre of the Fleet Valley National Scenic Area, at the head of the Fleet Estuary. Watched over by the 15th Century Heritage Site of Cardoness Castle, it nestles between a coastline of sandy beaches and the gentle Galloway Hills.
Rosebank Holiday Cottage is situated in the pretty unspoilt village of Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland and is ideal for families and couples looking for something completely different from their hectic working lives. This traditional fisherman’s cottage is now completely refurbished making your holiday in Scotland comfortable and welcoming. The cottage has two double bedrooms, one ensuite, and a third bedroom with bunk beds, sleeping a family of six. All on one level, a bright and light open plan kitchen, living and dining area opens onto a large private, secure garden on two levels. Steps to the top level lead to a picnic table and seating area where there is a wonderful view of the Port Logan Lighthouse and the sea. Two / Three well behaved pets are welcome at Rosebank for a small extra charge
Set amidst the peace and tranquillity of the beautiful Scottish Machars Peninsula, Ravenstone School Hall offers the perfect rural retreat.
Built in the late eighteen hundreds the School Hall is a listed building of important historical interest, which at its peak catered for 74 pupils from the surrounding farms.
Nowadays, the hustle and bustle of yesteryear has been replaced with a warm, tranquil ambience.
Refurbished and decorated to a high standard throughout, the School Hall offers the ideal cosy hideaway and provides homely self-catering accommodation.
The accommodation consists of a Victorian tiled entrance porch and inner hallway with a large open-plan lounge and kitchen area, which was formerly the main classroom and contains the original oak paned classroom dividing wall.
This forms a wonderful light and airy space, perfect for dining, socialising and relaxing.
There is a luxury bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle and an additional utility area with washing machine, tumble dryer and table top freezer.
There are two king-size bedrooms, one which is on the ground floor and the other at first floor level which is equipped with a balcony overlooking an open expanse of fields.
A small ground floor room can store two pedal bikes and is also where the garden furniture is stored.
For those with an interest in astronomy, the area was awarded one of the best dark sky areas in the world to see the night sky.
There is a gravelled area at the rear where guests can sit out and relax in the tranquil atmosphere.
The School Hall offers the perfect blend of both original charm and character whilst providing all modern conveniences.
For keen cyclists there are lots of superb places to venture or for those with mountain bikes, the Kirroughtree mountain biking centre is a must.
Delve into history at the historic Whithorn Priory or linger over a book and coffee in Wigtown, Scotland’s official Book Town.
Enjoy one of the many spectacular gardens that flourish in the unique climate in this part of Scotland or take the ferry to Ireland for a day.
It forms an ideal base to explore all that the local area has to offer.
Period cottage with wonderful views of Merrick mountain and open countryside. This well-presented stone built property, has been refurbished in the summer of 2016, but still retains many original features and charm, offering cosy country living with 21st century comfort. Nested in a peaceful private position, within walking distance of all local amenities.
Located overlooking the beautiful countryside, on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Kirkcowan with its friendly country pub. Within easy reach of the historic marketing towns of Newton Stewart, Gate House of Fleet and Kirkcudbright (popularly known as the Artist town), with their excellent festivals, leisure and shopping facilities. The immediate area is a paradise for walkers, hikers, cyclists and mountain bikers with numerous glens, country trails, nature reserves, forestry tracks and costal paths including the wonderful Wigtown Bay, Luce Bay, Solway Firth coast line and the splendid Galloway National Park to explore. Glentrool is close by and offers forest walks, from the view point at Bruce’s Stone you get magnificent views down the Loch which is also home to an RSPB bird reserve. The 7stanes series of mountain bike trails are on the doorstep, described as ‘global superstar’ of tracks graded from easy to severe. Loch Ken offers a huge choice of watersports and the longest zip wire in Europe as well as a human slingshot can be found at a outdoor activity centre which is a short drive away. The Cocoabean Factory, at Twynholm is a great day out for younger children there are chocolate workshops and excellent indoor and outdoor play parks to enjoy!
when you walk into the cottage you will find the lounge which has lovely views across the open countryside, cosy log burner and a smart TV a great space to catch up and relax after a day exploring the beautiful surrounding area. From the lounge you will enter the kitchen which has a lovely stone feature wall, electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer, there is also a utility room with washer/dryer. Along the hallway you will find the bathroom with shower over the bath and WC. The double and twin bedrooms are opposite and both offer comfortable and relaxed accommodation with views across the stunning hills and pretty garden.
Outside there is a lovely enclosed garden with a further 10 acres of land and woodland to explore and there is private parking for two cars.
Poppy cottage is a charming and deceptively spacious self catering holiday home located in the pretty village of Bladnoch near Wigtown in Dumfries & Galloway. Our holiday home is an ideal base for a couple or family who are looking for a relaxing break away.
Our holiday cottage is set over 2 floors. There is a Hall, large comfortable sitting room with TV and DVD, spacious kitchen with dining area on the ground floor and on the first floor guests will find a double bedroom, twin bedroom, well equipped kitchen, family bathroom and an additional separate cloak room with WC & wash hand basin.
Outside of the holiday home is a pretty garden, where you can sit and enjoy watching the world go by. It is a lovely space to relax at any time of day.
Wigtown, Scotland’s book town is half a mile away with over twenty bookshops selling both second-hand and new books. There are also a variety of local services including pubs, shops, bank and a golf course. The magnificently restored 19th century Town Hall with its library and viewing gallery overlooking Wigtown Bay nature reserve, is a must for any visitor. Annual events held in Wigtown include the Spring and Autumn literary festivals and book fair in May.
For the more adventurous, the surrounding area provides excellent walking, cycling and bird watching opportunities amongst the hills and lochs of the Galloway Forest and along the beautiful sandy beaches close by. Sea, game and coarse fishing are also available.
A charming stone-built, semi-detached house, dating back to 1793 in the village of Kirkcowan, on the Machars Peninsula in Galloway, in South West Scotland.
Fully refurbished, this welcoming property provides comfortable accommodation for up to five people in three bedrooms, consisting of a king-size master bedroom with en-suite shower, as well as a twin and single bedroom that share a bathroom.
The sitting room has a lovely woodburning stove and for entertainment, there’s an HD flat screen TV and DVD player, along with a piano in the hall.
Also in the sitting room is a dining area, so can you choose to eat here, or at the breakfast bar in the well-equipped kitchen.
The rear garden has a patio and a lawned area, or you can even enjoy outdoor table tennis at the owners’ property next door.
There are walks from the property that take you out into the countryside, and you will find a warm welcome on your return at the village inn.
Kirkcowan also offers a Post Office and a general store.
Why not visit Whithorn Priory & Museum, with its display of ancient carved stones, indulge in the Wigtown Book Festival, or stretch your legs at the Newton Stewart Walking Festival?
Challenge yourself on Europe’s longest zip wire at the Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre, or visit the award-winning Cream O’ Galloway ice cream factory and visitor centre.
This delightful property has something for everyone.
Two centuries younger than its next door neighbour The Pend, Precinct House echoes back to a time when Whithorn’s medieval streets were being refashioned in the Scottish Georgian vernacular style. The house is made up of two buildings joined together by a glass atrium, perfect for sunny indoor dining.
Park Cottage is a former rectory within Galloway House Estate. In 1740 the Earl of Galloway chose this exceptionally sheltered bay to build his mansion and develop a Capability Brown inspired garden. You can still make out the avenue where the rector rode his pony to the mansion house chapel. The stable is now our log store.
Today our visitors can enjoy 23 private acres of this listed landscape with the sea and venerable trees to the east and open fields and the old laundry just visible to the south. Enjoy the summerhouse and watch the fishing boats sailing by or perhaps catch a glimpse of the abundant wildlife in the garden.
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This charming cottage is just the ticket for exploring this beautiful picturesque corner of Southwest Scotland. Dating back more than 150 years and originally two farm cottages, nowadays it is a peaceful and cosy retreat. A honeysuckle archway leads to a delightful garden just waiting to be explored. For those who prefer their comforts inside then the wood burning stove offers the perfect spot for curling up with a good book. The cottage enjoys views across Palmallet Loch, a habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Throughout spring and summer you can watch swans nestling and cygnets learning to swim and feed. There are many species of birds and ducks, and occasionally a heron, attracted by the loch and its surroundings. If you are lucky you may also spot deer, badgers, foxes and birds of prey. For walkers this is a perfect base. From the cottage door heading through Palmallet Farm you can pick up the coastal path either heading north to Garlieston or south to the Isle of Whithorn. The pretty little sandy beach at Rigg Bay is delightful and the views from Cruggleton Castle are beautiful.
A delightful, modern, detached cottage situated in the village of Carsluith, near Creetown in the beautiful Dumfries & Galloway region in south west Scotland.
With views to the coast, this Creetown cottage is ideal for family or friends wishing to enjoy time together in this diverse and scenic part of the country.
All ground floor and appointed to a high standard throughout, this Creetown cottage has three bedrooms, a double, a twin and a single, with the double having an en-suite shower room.
The accommodation is completed by a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with French doors opening to the front garden, a perfect spot to enjoy an indulgent breakfast of eggs and smoked salmon, purchased from the neighbouring Galloway Smokehouse, while you enjoy the views across the A75 to the sea beyond.
A bench and a south-west facing garden mean you can sit with a refreshing drink and enjoy the open view as you plan your day’s activities.
Creetown, a small seaport town, is just a few miles along the coast from your cottage and has a shop, pub and Post Office.
Just four minutes’ walk from the property brings you to a small beach ideal for enjoyable walks and excellent birdwatching, with ospreys in mid summer, while 10 minutes’ drive brings you to the beach at Mossyard which boasts small, shallow bays with a wonderful collection of seashells.
A short drive from this Creetown cottage brings you to Newton Stewart with an abundance of shops and two large riverside supermarkets, Wigtown, officially designated as Scotland’s National Book Town, which boasts numerous shops housing thousands of books, and the National Trust for Scotland’s Threave Garden Estate at Castle Douglas.
Try boating or windsurfing on Loch Ken, cycling at Kirroughtree on the edge of the Galloway Forest, or river or loch fishing throughout the area.
Alternatively, enjoy a round of golf at one of the five courses in the area, visit the whisky distillery at Bladnoch or take a trip to the Isle of Whithorn or St. Ninian’s Cave.
This modern Creetown cottage is ideally situated for a varied break all year round.
Leaving the main drive you swing right onto Orroland Lodge’s private drive and wind through mixed woodland, following a burbling stream with wild ferns, flowers and farm fields beyond. Here sleek cattle enjoy the succulent grass with enviable views of the sea. Rumble over your cattle grid and past the head of one of the paths leading to the shore. There’s still no sign of Orroland Lodge until the road sweeps round to the left and the Lodge emerges from the sheltering trees in all its glory.
You have arrived at a holiday house that is large and impressive in appearance, offering accommodation that is very easy to live in. Listen for the ethereal sound of the sea in harmony with the birdsong; sounds that are totally unobtrusive and good for the soul.
Enjoy the spacious, elegant and comfortable accommodation in this former shooting lodge. You can relax on the sheltered, sunny terrace and feast your eyes on the views across the Solway Firth to the Cumbrian mountains. All along the front of the house the rooms have uninterrupted sea views (there’s no such thing as a bad view at Orroland Lodge). You are a stone’s throw from the steep wooded slope leading down to the private rocky shoreline, where you will find driftwood to collect and rock pools and caves to discover. The large flat rocks are ideal for barbecues, picnics and sunbathing.
Sleeps 6. Three bedrooms, two en-suite shower rooms, with third main bathroom. All on one level. Large (46m2) living space with kitchen, living. dining room with wood stove. Travel cot and highchair available, no extra charge. Surrounded by stunning countryside and near superb beaches, this spacious, airy cottage is the ideal base for making the most of all the nearby outdoor activities and beautiful Dumfries & Galloway.
Our eco-friendly barn conversion offers more than just a roof over your head while you’re on holiday. Family friendly and suitable for groups, our single story self-catering cottage is comfortable and welcoming. On a practical level there are three bedrooms sleeping 6 people with two bedrooms offering en-suite shower, sink and WC. There’s also a third bathroom with large bath next to the master bedroom. There is a spacious living/dining/eating area with wood-burning stove.
Plenty to do
Walk out the door and you can climb an Iron Age Hill Fort for one of the most stunning views of the Wigtown Bay Estuary and Galloway Hills. Jump in the car and in five minutes you can explore a sprawling garden walk and Rigg Bay beach in Garlieston. The water is shallow and perfect for little ones. Bigger ones may enjoy the climb up the coastal path to the remains of Cruggleton Castle. On your bike you can explore all of the Machars Peninsula on quiet roads. Or for the more adventurous, head to Kirroughtree Forest Park near Newton Steward and tackle one of the Seven Stanes mountain biking courses.
Orchard Cottage lends itself to family games with the wood stove roaring away. But exploring Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town is a must for any visitor. There are book shops to keep all readers of all ages happy. Highly recommended is a visit to The Bookshop, immortalised in Shaun Bythell’s critically acclaimed The Diary of a Bookseller. Scotland’s largest bookshop, it really has a book for everyone.
Come in early spring or later in autumn for fantastic views of the night sky. You can wander up our Hill fort for a quick peak. For more of an adventure, drive the short distance to the UK’s only Dark Sky Park in the Galloway Forest.
Inside the house has games and books for younger visitors. Outside there is a playhouse and slide in the courtyard and a swingset in the paddock next to the cottage.
Wigtown Book Festival
Orchard Cottage makes an ideal base for groups wanting to attend the Wigtown Book Festival that is held at the end of September – set up your own book club discussion group in the living room!
Welcome to Kilfillan Holiday Cottage, Garlieston, Dumfries and Galloway in south-west Scotland.
Kilfillan offers the perfect base for exploring this beautiful corner of Galloway, with miles of spectacular coastline, woodland walks, stunning hills and forests and a varied range of visitor attractions.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet relaxing break away from it all or a holiday the whole family will love, Kilfillan Cottage offers a high standard of self-catering holiday accommodation based in the former Millisle railway station near Garlieston
A typical Scottish laird’s house, in an exceptionally quiet place of ancient culture and deep peace just a couple of miles from the sea. The remoteness of this peninsular at the mouth of the Solway Firth makes the star-gazing second to none.